Any interesting books you've found recently?
Here are a few good books I've read that you might like:
This is what I needed Thank you
Here is my contribution.
Kali Linux: Wireless Penetration Testing Beginner's GuidePenetration Testing: A Hands-On Introduction to HackingThe Hacker Playbook 2: Practical Guide To Penetration TestingHacking: The Art of Exploitation, 2nd Edition
will keep this post updated once I find more worthy books
I have a collection of pdf (Some of them was found on the deep web ) if you're interested in maybe I can share it with you
If you can guarantee their safety, you could compress and upload them on rapidshare, ...
A good tip for anyone wondering- I go to my local bookstore with a pad of paper and a pen, and write the names down of any decent cyber security or hacking book they have. Then I go online an find the pdf for it. Try it, might help out!
@Cromical where I'm from there are no cyber security or hacking books in local bookstore All decent IT books are published in English these days. Some of them will appear in local stores only when (usually it takes a few years after publishing) and IF they will be translated.
I do the same with book I use these google dork ext:pdf hackingOr filetype:pdf hacking
Edit: I have 5 GB of pdf are you sure you want me to upload it on rapidshare ?
Ah sad to hear. Well hopefully one day you'll find a place that caters to your needs.
Why nah ? If, once compressed, the size is decent ...
The Network Security Test Lab is a very good one so far.
You read/reading it?
In the process of reading. It goes in depth with lab setup, and all sorts of topics like information gathering and other exploitation.
Hacking: The Art of Exploitation is excellent.
Ha! @unh0lys0da promotes it religiously.
Don't know if it fits in here, but as SE is somehow related to hacking, I think I'll post it here:
Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking
In my opinion a very educational and entertaining book!
If you could share them, that would be awesome!
Some I've looked at and found to have some good info(though these first two probably have some dated info by now, they are still worth a look):
The Browser Hackers HandbookThe Web Application Hackers Handbook Ver. 2The Art of Memory Forensics
For anyone who does any scripting/programming(or even if you don't!) I wouldhighly recommend Mastering Regular Expressions.You'll never regret reading it.
Red Team Field Manual seems a handy little item. Possibly one you really want to have physically... really physically have.
The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing, Second Edition is defenitely a go-to book for everyone who is new in the field. It covers all of the basic things from OSINT gathering and port scanning to using common exploitation methods and how to maintain access. This is a book for novices so exploit development is not covered, but every chapter comes with additional info to further advance your skills.