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Hacking for Beginners: Everything You Need to Know to Become an Elite Hacker

Narrated by: Jason R. Gray
Length: 29 mins
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Welcome to the wonderful world of hacking, a seemingly magical world, crafted out of the heart of mystery and wonder, but an oh so very real world where those who hesitate for even just a moment end up in very deep doo-doo, and only the elite have what it takes to survive!

©2018 Dexter Silverstein (P)2018 Dexter Silverstein

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Incredible!

Incredible! I am a hacker now! A good hacking book for bare-bones beginners! But entertaining for anyone! It's got its funny moments!

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Got me started hacking

Believe it or not, this audio book got me started hacking, I followed everything, including getting myself a pair of finger-less gloves. And now I can truly say I am a true hacker! Say what you will, but I found this to be the best beginner's guide on hacking out there.

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Best hacking audio book out there!

Sure there's a lot of other hacking audio books out there, but none as good as this one. If you don't have a sense of humor though, look elsewhere, as the witty humor that I personally loved in this book may be a bit over the heads of many.

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a terrible waste of money

this audio book doess not teach the listener anything and I would suggest that you do not waste your time or money on this audio book

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A near perfect beginners guide to hacking!

This audio book was short and to the point and told me exactly what I needed to learn. Glad I got this one!

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Thoroughly enjoyed!

Feel like I'm on the right track to hacking success after listening to this. It's short, but funny and gave me a path. Thoroughly enjoyed!

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  • Travis Carter
  • 28-08-19

Somewhat accurate

This book does paint a decent picture as far as steps to take. It mentions Ubuntu Linux which is a good operating system. I won't argue that. Kali Linux is what I use and is extremely used in the hacking community and very well known and extremely easy to understand. A programming language is pretty useful to know but a requirement? Not so much. Just a basic understanding of a operating system designed for hacking is what is mainly needed. If your getting into hacking, read this book but don't follow every single step. There are tons of resources on the web. Other than that, this book is useful. Good buy

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  • Anonymous User
  • 22-12-18

Laughed and learned

Hilarious! This author has a sense of humor, could laugh a lot and also figure out what I need to do to start with to become a hacker! Loved it!

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  • David
  • 06-08-19

This is the worst book on hacking, ever.

This book seems like it was written by a teenager who wants to be a hacker and watched too many movies. It doesn't discuss how to actually do anything and the recommendations it provides are almost totally wrong. It claims that C and C++ are advanced difficult to learn languages and that the best operating system to use is Ubuntu. It also claims that stack overflow is a site almost specifically for hackers. Best of all it has the most chapters about discussing how hackers should dress, spoiler, all black with fingerless gloves. This can't be serious...

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  • Anonymous User
  • 15-10-19

two bits info but lots of talking

some info mostly waste of time.. quick listen if you have a couple of minutes or spare credit yoy don't care about

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  • jmoney
  • 13-10-19

pass on this one

total waste of a credit. has to be a parody, absolutely no information . maybe 30 minutes long

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-09-19

Ez Listen

Enjoyed listening to the world of white hat and black hat posed hackers...thank you. Mrs. Black

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  • 18-09-19

The narrator is kind of hard to take seriously.

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