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If you're not hacking your systems, rest assured: Someone else is. If you want your computers and networks to be more secure, you'll either have to find, pay, and trust a consultant -- or learn some basic hacking, and do it yourself. But most hacking books are written for...well, not you. What you need is this: a For Dummies book on hacking.
Finally, a book for not-especially-technical folks who want to know how vulnerable their systems really are. Can your people be tricked out of their passwords? Is your server physically safe? Can someone sit in your parking lot and read your wireless LAN traffic? Are your email systems protected? What about your web site? Kevin Beaver walks you through simple attacks you can perform. And if the results scare you, Beaver explains what to do about it. Step by step, in friendly, For Dummies English.Bill Camarda, from the December 2006 Read Only