The best guide to ethical hacking fundamentals, this audiobook will give you a solid foundation if you’re new to hacking. For a beginner, hacking can seem like something scary or hard to do. Sometimes, we see movies and read the news on how systems such as Snapchat, eBay, or Google have been compromised and imagine that hacking is difficult. We think of it as something meant for people spending 24 hours a day in a basement, somewhere. This is not the case. This field is open for anyone. There is a wide array of information security threats out there, such as sniffing and eavesdropping, spoofing, session hijacking, man-in-the-middle attacks, DNS and ARP poisoning, password-based attacks, IDS attacks, SQL injection, security misconfiguration, denial-of-service attacks, and more. As such, it’s so important - now, more than ever before - to build a strong foundation. When you understand the fundamentals of hacking, you’ll easily be able to identify vulnerabilities and ensure system security. In order to protect systems from attacks, you need to think like a hacker. This audiobook was designed to make it easy for you to understand this very important subject in today’s world. If you’re a beginner, then this is the book for you. The world is increasingly heading in a digital direction, and automation is now becoming the norm. This means that information security will be a lucrative field for many years to come.In addition, this book is not only for people who want to start a career in information security or become an ethical hacker, but also for those interested in improving their own personal security. With what you learn in this book, you’ll know how to better protect yourself and your information on the internet (now an integral part of both business and personal life). Below is a preview of what you’ll learn from this audiobook: The purpose of hacking and different aspects of hacking 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kevin Hung-Liang. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/194094/bk_acx0_194094_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yao Chong (650-September 28, 721), born Yao Yuanchong, known 700s-713 by the courtesy name of Yuanzhi, formally Duke Wenxian of Liang, was an official of the Chinese dynasty Tang Dynasty and Wu Zetian''s Zhou Dynasty, serving as chancellor under four sovereigns Wu Zetian, her sons Emperor Zhongzong and Emperor Ruizong, and her grandson Emperor Xuanzong. After his resignation in 716, he still had great influence inside the imperial government, and his opinions often influenced the decisions of Emperor Xuanzong and the succeeding chancellors. Yao Chong was born in 650, during the reign of Emperor Gaozong. His father Yao Shanyi served Emperor Gaozong''s father Emperor Taizong as the commandant at Xi Prefecture. Yao Chong himself started his civil service career serving as an attendant to Emperor Gaozong''s son and crown prince Li Hong, and was known for being able to write quickly. He later served as the food supply officer at Pu Prefecture. He was then moved in his office five times and eventually became Xiaguan Langzhong, a low-level official at the ministry of defense.