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6 Best Hacking Books: A Hacker Must Read

1.) Ghost In The Wires: My Adventures as the World’s Most Wanted Hacker

ghost in the wires

This book was written by Kevin Mitnick in 2011. This book narrates the experience of Kevin Mitnick- the most wanted hacker of all time who turned to white-hat hacker from black hat.

Also, Kevin tells in the book how he fooled the government agencies FBI, NSA, and other organizations and kept underground stealing money and data from big corporations.

Hacking: The Art Of Exploitation

A beginners’ guide or beginners’ book showcases the problems faced by Newby hackers or noobies.

This book has several solutions to every hacker’s query and has the best solutions in areas of shell, programming, scripting, and exploitation. This book is very cheap and easily be found on the web.

3.) Red Team Field Manual: RTFM

Red Team Field Manual: RTFM

RTFM was written by Ben Clark for the Red Team Procedures. This book has several bunches of codes, scripts, shells, strings that are required to find loopholes and vulnerabilities in a system.

Mostly used by Red Team, all the codes and scripts are written in Python scripting language which makes it a more powerful book or a “handbook“.

4.) Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking

Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking

This book was written in 2010 and was written by Christopher Hadnagy. As the name suggests, this book has concepts that are required for social engineering.

How to extract information from the target and manipulate him through your words, these are some techniques which are stored in this book.

5.) The Code Book

The Code Book

This book was written by Simon Singh and was published in the year 1999 in New York. This book contains amazing details about codes and ciphers which were used to transmit messages and for communication in ancient times.

Also, this book has a great piece of information about cryptography, encryption, decryption, how to send encrypted messages and finding loopholes in the code.

6.) CISSP All-In-One Exam Guide

CISSP All-In-One Exam Guide