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Who Should Read This Book?

Disclaimer: If you choose to use the information in this book to hack or break
into computer systems maliciously and without authorization, you’re on your
own. Neither I (the author) nor anyone else associated with this book shall
be liable or responsible for any unethical or criminal choices that you might
make and execute using the methodologies and tools that I describe. This
book is intended solely for IT and information security professionals to test
information security — either on your own systems or on a client’s systems —
in an authorized fashion.
Okay, now that that’s out of the way, it’s time for the

 good stuff! This book
is for you if you’re a network administrator, information security manager,
security consultant, security auditor, compliance manager, or interested in
finding out more about legally and ethically testing computer systems and IT
operations to make things more secure.
As the ethical hacker performing well-intended information security assessments,
you can detect and point out security holes that might otherwise be
overlooked. If you’re performing these tests on your systems, the information
you uncover in your tests can help you win over management and prove that
information security really is a business issue to be taken seriously. Likewise,
if you’re performing these tests for your clients, you can help find security
holes that can be plugged before the bad guys have a chance to exploit them.
The information in this book helps you stay on top of the security game and
enjoy the fame and glory of helping your organization and clients prevent
bad things from happening to their information.

About This Book

Hacking For Dummies, 4th Edition, is a reference guide on hacking your systems
to improve security and help minimize business risks. The ethical hacking
techniques are based on written and unwritten rules of computer system
penetration testing, vulnerability testing, and information security best practices.
This book covers everything from establishing your hacking plan to
testing your systems to plugging the holes and managing an ongoing ethical
hacking program. Realistically, for many networks, operating systems, and
applications, thousands of possible hacks exist. I cover the major ones on
various platforms and systems. Whether you need to assess security vulnerabilities
on a small home office network, a medium-sized corporate network,
or across large enterprise systems, Hacking For Dummies, 4th Edition, provides
the information you need.

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