The book has some nice information in it and I really like the large subject matter it covers. However, right now my biggest complaint is with their SDR section (Chapter 5). I found the information in it a little confusing to follow and figure out, along with having problems with trying to duplication their results (even with the samples they supply on github). While I was able to work around my confusion with the different results, the one area that really drove me nuts was trying to figure out the information they list under their "Preview" section of the Chapter! Maybe I am just getting old but no matter how I tried to figure their conclusions out I just could not make it work and since this is supposed to be a chapter/book which explains and trains a person on the subjects within I think they slightly missed the mark in a few areas (It appears to me that its just a case of "The Engineer writing the user documentation").
Other than that, I liked the book and would recommend it to anyone
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Good book. Could use slight improvements14 June 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
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Great book, with detail information for us in the ...2 August 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Great book, with detail information for us in the Cyber Security space. the training in it as well will help those work on the skills they need to either be Penetration testers or better at Cyber Security related events.
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not super in depth for each topic28 February 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
This is kind of like an update on attacks as they are currently, but not a 1000 page book so you must look up the info further if you need more
Worth the purchase.18 April 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
Great book. Thx.