Secrets of Computer Espionage: Tactics and Countermeasures

    Date24 Nov 2003
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    All the books I've reviewed so far are there to teach you how to protect your system from various intrusion attempts, show you how to configure things for optimal performance or provide you with an understanding of an operating system. The . . . All the books I've reviewed so far are there to teach you how to protect your system from various intrusion attempts, show you how to configure things for optimal performance or provide you with an understanding of an operating system. The book I've read this time deals with a topic that is often overlooked but still very important - computer espionage. We live in an age where information means power, not only to an organization but also to the average home user. You might have nothing to hide but you still want to keep your data private. Let's move to meet the author and get into the book so you can see what knowledge it contains.
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