Learn how people break websites and how you can, too. Real-World Bug Hunting is the premier field guide to finding software bugs. Whether you´re a cyber-security beginner who wants to make the internet safer or a seasoned developer who wants to write secure code, ethical hacker Peter Yaworski will show you how it´s done. You´ll learn about the most common types of bugs like cross-site scripting, insecure direct object references, and server-side request forgery. Using real-life case studies of rewarded vulnerabilities from applications like Twitter, Facebook, Google, and Uber, you´ll see how hackers manage to invoke race conditions while transferring money, use URL parameter to cause users to like unintended tweets, and more. Each chapter introduces a vulnerability type accompanied by a series of actual reported bug bounties. The book´s collection of tales from the field will teach you how attackers trick users into giving away their sensitive information and how sites may reveal their vulnerabilities to savvy users. You´ll even learn how you could turn your challenging new hobby into a successful career. You´ll learn: - How the internet works and basic web hacking concepts - How attackers compromise websites - How to identify functionality commonly associated with vulnerabilities - How to find bug bounty programs and submit effective vulnerability reports Real-World Bug Hunting is a fascinating soup-to-nuts primer on web security vulnerabilities, filled with stories from the trenches and practical wisdom. With your new understanding of site security and weaknesses, you can help make the web a safer place--and profit while you´re at it.
Real-World Bug Hunting:A Field Guide to Web Hacking Peter Yaworski
Real-World Bug Hunting:A Field Guide to Web Hacking Peter Yaworski
Safety for You and Your Family in a Disaster Without Breaking the Bank What if you could dramatically improve your chances of survival after a big disaster? Imagine ensuring your children and other family members are safe, even after the ´´big earthquake´´ or hurricane? Imagine how you´ll feel being the only one in the neighborhood with sufficient food and water? CERT (Civilian Emergency Response Team) trained and disaster recovery specialist Richard Lowe lays out how to make you, your family, and your friends for any disaster, large or small. Based upon specialized training, interviews with experts, and personal experience, Lowe answers the big question: What is the secret to improving the odds of survival even after a big disaster? In this book, you´ll learn: Why you can´t depend on the fire and police departments in a disaster, and what to do about it How research can keep you alive and your family and children safe during a disaster Do you really know what kinds of disasters can occur in your area, and how to find out How to create a disaster plan that actually works How to ensure your family and children understand what to do in a disaster How to let others know you and your family are safe How to prepare your home for emergencies What food, water, and other supplies are required How to prepare for outings and trips What to do when disaster strikes How to create a bug-out bag What to do when you are ordered to evacuate Buy this audiobook now to ensure you are ready for disaster and your family is safe before it strikes. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jessica McEvoy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/053040/bk_acx0_053040_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Esteemed Pennsylvania State University professor Robert C. Shaler continues his in-depth look at all aspects of crime scene investigation in part two of this compelling lecture series. Popularized in the media by highly rated police procedurals, crime scene investigation is an often misunderstood field of endeavor. Here, Professor Shaler breaks down the intricacies of how investigations are conducted in the real world, examining such aspects as bloodstain analysis, shooting scenes, and ´´forensic bugs”. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Robert C. Shaler. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/reco/005505/bk_reco_005505_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A primer on the underlying technologies that allow computer programs to work. Covers topics like computer hardware, combinatorial logic, sequential logic, computer architecture, computer anatomy, and Input/Output. Many coders are unfamiliar with the underlying technologies that make their programs run. But why should you care when your code appears to work? Because you want it to run well and not be riddled with hard-to-find bugs. You don´t want to be in the news because your code had a security problem. Lots of technical detail is available online but it´s not organized or collected into a convenient place. In The Secret Life of Programs, veteran engineer Jonathan E. Steinhart explores--in depth--the foundational concepts that underlie the machine. Subjects like computer hardware, how software behaves on hardware, as well as how people have solved problems using technology over time. You´ll learn: ? How the real world is converted into a form that computers understand, like bits, logic, numbers, text, and colors ? The fundamental building blocks that make up a computer including logic gates, adders, decoders, registers, and memory ? Why designing programs to match computer hardware, especially memory, improves performance ? How programs are converted into machine language that computers understand ? How software building blocks are combined to create programs like web browsers ? Clever tricks for making programs more efficient, like loop invariance, strength reduction, and recursive subdivision ? The fundamentals of computer security and machine intelligence ? Project design, documentation, scheduling, portability, maintenance, and other practical programming realities. Learn what really happens when your code runs on the machine and you´ll learn to craft better, more efficient code.
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