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Lessons Learned in Software Testing
This playbook guide is made with the purpose of teaching you how to be an effective hacker. It will enhance your skills, improve your technique and make you a pro in the world of hacking.
Hackers play an important role in maintaining security and preventing cyber-attacks from others who have more malicious purposes. Ethical hackers break into systems legally and ethically. This book is built for ethical hackers interested in scanning ports and seeking vulnerabilities, examining patch installations to ensure they can’t be exploited, and many other penetration testing methods.
This book has a lot of things in-store for you, including:
•Basics of ethical hacking and penetration testing
•Building the Testing Lab
•Penetration testing tools
•Performing a Network Scan
•Exploiting the Findings of the Network Scan
•Tools and techniques to evade antivirus
Download this book and open yourself up to a whole new world of possibilities. Whether you’re interested in hacking for a career or a hobby, have a read through this guide. By the time you’re finished, I’m certain you’ll feel that it was time well spent!
Note: This book is available to read for free through Kindle Unlimited and Prime.
Without comprehensive testing, it is impossible to create successful and reliable software. This guide is for students, experienced programmers, project and test managers and also helps those who have bought home operating systems which have not lived up to their expected standards.Computer software testing is absolutely essential to the success of any software company and, consequently, has become one of the most rapidly growing areas of employment in the industry. This is a must-have for students wanting entry-level positions as testers, experienced programmers who need to find errors fast or communicate with armies of testers, and project and test managers who need to choreograph the many people, deadlines, and expectations. It might even be a good book for people who have recently bought buggy operating systems that don’t live up to the hype. Very Highly Recommended.