June 17, 2021

New Book Published Reveals Hacking Techniques and Countermeasures for Ethical Hackers and IT Security Experts

‘Live Hacking’ is published, a comprehensive guide to computer hacking which aims to educate IT professionals about hacking techniques and possible countermeasures.

Dr. Ali Jahangiri, a world-renowned computer and security expert, is pleased to announce the launch of his new book “Live Hacking”. Live Hacking is a complete guide to the techniques of hacking written to instruct and educate IT professionals and so prepare them to protect their computer systems from potential hacking threats.

Regardless of the size of a computer network, be it a Fortune 500 company or a small home office, computers need to be protected to limit access to confidential data, to ensure the integrity of such data and enable the computers and their data to be available at all times necessary. A hacker will try to break those goals and try to either access confidential data, change the data or remove the availability of the machines holding the information. Dr. Jahangiri’s book looks at the principles, theories and practices of hacking and empowers readers to protect themselves from potential threats.

This book, which is available from Amazon, is truly comprehensive and starts with Basic Hacking Terminology and progresses to look at the different areas of hacking and security including Google Hacking, Password Cracking, Malware and hacking on Wireless Networks. The Live Hacking book also has an accompanying website www.livehacking.com where you can find a sample chapter on Wireless Networking Hacking and other information about the book including the table of contents, index and more information about Dr. Jahangiri.

In writing about this subject Dr. Jahangiri brings his many years of academic, professional, and practical experience to the fore in order to equip his readers with the knowledge they need to defend their data against the ever-increasing cyber-thieves on the Internet.

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