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Dissecting the Hack: The F0rb1dd3n Network, Revised Edition: The F0rb1dd3n Network

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  • Posted October 13, 2010

    Must read for anyone that needs Executive buy-in!

    When I read Part 1, I initially thought, "What a great way to trick (scare) a Manager/Executive into fixing obvious security vulnerabilities." It may not make an executive get what you do, but it levels the playing field. Most importantly it keeps the door open for further discussion. However, as I read the book (and became engrossed in the story), the more I realized that this book was of a genre that we do not have enough books in. We need more books that are entertaining and spread technical knowledge simultaneously. Finally, I read Part 2 and realized that there is actually a separate and third audience, the newbie crowd. I would have loved to have had this book available when I first started learning infosec. There is something to be said about teaching yourself through exploration and constant searching, but to have all this information at my fingertips would have streamlined the process and cut the learning time in half.

    Clearly this book is a multi-purpose piece of reference that should be put on all IT Departments' reference shelf. Of course, like most things in life, going back to basics can be good even for the most seasoned of penetration testers. I defy anyone to read Part 2 and not walk away with a single bit of new learned information.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2013


    Poor graykit

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2013


    Pick my name! Pleeeeease?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2013

    Jaysoar's story Part 15

    Jaypaw and Graykit screeched in terror as the hawk flew high. Below them, the cats of Streamclan gathered around to see what was happening. Jaypaw could only reconized Dovestar and Dapplefang twitching their tails nervously. While Icepaw and Krestelpaw jolted in terror, and Krestelpaw has a fear look on his face. Jaypaw remembered that Dovestar told her that Krestelpaw broke his leg from a monster and now she wonders if she is going to broke her leg too. Graykit screeched louder and cried help. Jaypaw didn't know what to do, then she remembers the belly rake that she didn't have the chance to do but now is her chance. Jaypaw took her hind leg and slice through the hawk's belly, claws unsheathed. The hawk shcreeched in terror and surprisement and look down to see Jaypaw raking its belly. The hawk raises one of his tslons, while the other one is still holding on to Graykit, and slices through Jaypaw. Pain came toward her, and let go immediently. The hawk's eyes gleamed in triumph and flew away, with Graykit and drops of blood behind. Jaypaw looked down and seeing the ground coming closer and closer. Cats screamed and some went back to their dens. Jaypaw closed her eyes, but before she does that, she looked back up to the sky and still see the hawk flying away. Jaypaw then felt pain on her back and she drift into darkness. "Ratwhisker!" Jaypaw called out in the middle of a dark forest. "What happened? What did I do wrong? Please tell me!" A mysterious gray figure came close to her, and he seems familiar to her. "Stonestar!" Jaypaw exclaimed and ran towards him to hug him. "Jaypaw, I am so sorry." Stonestar's voice was calm and gentle. Jaypaw stopped hugging and looked at him with her dark amber eyes. "About what?" She asked. Stonestar looked down and behind him came a light gray tom, who was really small. Jaypaw feel like she could faint. "Graykit, I am so sorry!" She screamed as Graykit came closer. "It is alright. You were brave enough to come and rescue me, even though you failed. I don't want my brother and sister to know I am dead yet, but Moonpoppy knows you she also knows your bravery and courage to help out." Graykit finished his speech and touch noses with Jaypaw's and he and Stonestar begin to fade. Jaypaw woke up in terror. "Jaypaw! You're awake!" A orange figure exclaimed. It was Krestelpaw, and behind him was Graycloud. "I know you wouldn't leave us! I know it!" Krestelpaw begin to cheer. "Where am I?" Jaypaw looked around. "You are in the Med. Cat den." Graycloud explained. "You failed to rescue Graykit, though." Jaypaw stood up and open her mouth to reply, but her front paw suddenly slipped and she fell back down. "One more thing." Krestelpaw added. "You need to be careful not to put too much weigh on that paw. You can slip back down." Jaypaw nodded and try again. This time she got up and meowed, "I already know he is gone to join Starclan. I spoke to him and he said that his death needs to be kept secret to his littermates until the right time." The two Med. Cats nodded as Jaypaw padded out side. Alot of cats sighed with relief that Jaypaw woke up. At the same time, Dovestar came to her. "Good that you are here!" She exclaimed. "I pick you to come to the gathering." Jaypaw's amber eyes shimmered. 'I can't wait!' She thought. END OF PART FIFTHTEEN!!!! PART SIXTEEN COMING SOON!!!!!!!!!

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    Posted May 16, 2011

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