BEHC Ethical Hacking Class First Book Online : Introduction to Ethical Hacking

Lokesh Singh January 6, 2013 0




BEHC Ethical Hacking class chapter one, Introduction to Ethical Hacking Book is online for readers. Below is the download link of the book. I would like to give the brief about the book.


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Born Ethical Hacking Club


As a campaign that i introduced last month of teaching Ethical Hacking online by introducing a new group called BEHC i.e. Born Ethical Hackers club. Hackingloops proudly represents its very first book on Ethical Hacking. We have decided to publish the complete Ethical Hacking Course in form of weekly books. These books will contains all the necessary text, description that you need to learn hacking. Practical techniques will be supported by their respective video tutorials. All the doubts can be posted on Hacking class posts and i will cover them in my next articles or you all can directly email me @ shiviskingg@gmail.com or post at my wall +Lokesh Singh

This is the very first handbook of BEHC campaign and below is the list of topics being covered.

List of Topics covered in BEHC Ethical Hacking Class First Book : Introduction to Ethical Hacking
1. Introduction to BEHC
2. Hack , what is it?
3. Hacking  and its introduction
4. Can hacking be Ethical?
5. Difference between Hackers and Crackers
6. Security and its three pillars ( confidentiality, integrity and availability )
7. How a Hacking attempt is launched
8. Different Phases of Hacking Attempt
9. Phases in Description

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I hope you all will enjoy the book. Please report all the bugs or errors though above mentioned media and you can also suggest improvements.
All improvement suggestions will be heartily welcomed.

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If you have any issues or concerns or doubts ask me in form of comments. A gesture of thanks is greatly appreciated.

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Regards,
Lokesh Singh




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