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Hacking Wireless Networks – The Ultimate Hands-On Guide by Andreas K. Kolokithas-P2P

Are you tired of buying security books and at the end discover that they contain only theory and no practical examples at all? Do you want to setup your own hacking lab and learn through practice?

If yes, then this is the book for you!

Hacking Wireless Networks – The ultimate hands-on guide, is a book written for people who seek to practice the techniques of assessing the security of wireless infrastructures.Through 30 real life scenarios and more than 300 figures the book examines in details the following areas:

  • Discovery and Profiling of wireless networks
  • Denial of Service attacks
  • Attacks against WEP secured wireless networks
  • Attacks against WPA/WPA2 secured wireless networks
  • Bypass techniques for popular Authentication mechanisms
  • Encryption keys cracking using special techniques
  • Attacks against the Access Point’s management interface
  • Attacks against special security features like WPS
  • Stealthy techniques to avoid getting caught by wireless IDS

Now that the world agrees that wireless security is central to computer security, it is time to put theory into practice.

Hacking Wireless Networks – The Ultimate Hands-On Guide by Andreas K. Kolokithas-P2P
English | 3 May 2016 | ISBN: 1508476349 | ASIN: B01F5186E0 | 430 Pages | PDF/EPUB/AZW3 | 117.6 MB


Maize for the Gods: Unearthing the 9,000-Year History of Corn by Michael Blake-P2P

Maize is the world’s most productive food and industrial crop, grown in more than 160 countries and on every continent except Antarctica. If by some catastrophe maize were to disappear from our food supply chain, vast numbers of people would starve and global economies would rapidly collapse. How did we come to be so dependent on this one plant?

Maize for the Gods brings together new research by archaeologists, archaeobotanists, plant geneticists, and a host of other specialists to explore the complex ways that this single plant and the peoples who domesticated it came to be inextricably entangled with one another over the past nine millennia. Tracing maize from its first appearance and domestication in ancient campsites and settlements in Mexico to its intercontinental journey through most of North and South America, this history also tells the story of the artistic creativity, technological prowess, and social, political, and economic resilience of America’s first peoples.

Maize for the Gods: Unearthing the 9,000-Year History of Corn by Michael Blake-P2P
English | ISBN: 0520276876, 0520286960 | 2015 | EPUB | 280 pages | 11.9 MB

Everyday Paleo: Thai Cuisine: Authentic Recipes Made Gluten-free by Sarah Fragoso-P2P

Sarah Fragoso’s travel adventures continue in the second installment of the Everyday Paleo Around the World series. This time, she took the Fragoso family to Thailand. In this epic book of travel adventures, food, and fun, you will find 100 recipes from numerous regions in Thailand, from the lush jungles of the north to the sultry beaches of the south and many places in between. Thai food is a beloved cuisine, and Sarah learned straight from the source the traditions that make Thai food so special—and delicious. In this book, she teaches you how to make these authentic dishes entirely free of grain, gluten, dairy, and legumes. Sarah had the opportunity to work side by side with restaurant chefs, home cooks, street vendors, and resort chefs, all with unique culinary perspectives, interesting stories, and amazing food. Everyday Paleo Around the World: Thai Cuisine brings it all home to you. You will find everything from homemade curry pastes to fresh spring rolls, amazing egg dishes, and tropical desserts. Get ready to lose yourself in the culture, food, and magic that is truly Thailand—you will be sure to impress your family and guests with this amazing food! As an added bonus, Sarah shares tips for anyone planning a trip to Thailand: Learn the best ways to navigate the country and stay Paleo and gluten-free during your travels. Grab your passport, pack your suitcase, and join the Fragoso family on a mouthwatering Paleo adventure in Thailand!

Everyday Paleo: Thai Cuisine: Authentic Recipes Made Gluten-free by Sarah Fragoso-P2P
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1628600144 | 272 pages | EPUB | 8.1 MB

Cooking with Spices: 100 Recipes for Blends, Marinades, and Sauces from Around the World by Mark C. Stevens-P2P

Knowing how to balance flavor and spice can transform a dish. But whether you’re looking to liven up what’s already in the refrigerator or trying something new, figuring out just the right blend of spices to use can be intimidating. Cooking with Spices is a comprehensive reference cookbook that explains the regional origins of spices from around the world and gives you easy-to-follow recipes for rubs, pastes, sauces, and blends. Cooking with Spices serves up recipes with a pinch of history to give your taste buds something to talk about.

Cooking with Spices: 100 Recipes for Blends, Marinades, and Sauces from Around the World by Mark C. Stevens-P2P
English | 2017 | ISBN: 162315975X | 284 pages | EPUB | 8.1 MB

Lego Worlds Game Guide Unofficial by Chala Dar-P2P

Advanced Tips & Strategy Guide. This is the most comprehensive and only detailed guide you will find online.

Lego Worlds Game Guide Unofficial by Chala Dar-P2P
English | August 22nd, 2017 | ISBN: 8822812522 | 30 Pages | EPUB | 3.1 MB

Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond by Chris Burniske, Jack Tatar-P2P

With the rise of bitcoin and blockchain technology, investors can capitalize on the greatest investment opportunity since the Internet. Bitcoin was the first cryptoasset, but today there are over 800 and counting, including ether, ripple, litecoin, monero, and more. This clear, concise, and accessible guide from two industry insiders shows you how to navigate this brave new blockchain world―and how to invest in these emerging assets to secure your financial future.

In addition to offering smart investment strategies, this authoritative resource will help you understand how these assets were created, how they work, and how they are evolving amid the blockchain revolution. The authors define a clear and original cryptoasset taxonomy, composed of cryptocurrencies, cryptocommodities, and cryptotokens, with insights into how each subset is blending technology and markets. You’ll find a variety of methods to invest in these assets, whether through global exchanges that trade 24/7 or initial cryptoasset offerings (ICOs). By sequentially building on the concepts of each prior chapter, the book will provide you with a full understanding of the cryptoasset economy and the opportunities that await the innovative investor .

Cryptoassets represent the future of money and markets. This book is your guide to that future.

Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond by Chris Burniske, Jack Tatar-P2P
English | October 19th, 2017 | ISBN: 1260026671, 9781260026672 | 368 Pages | True PDF | 9.5 MB

Life on Ice: A History of New Uses for Cold Blood by Joanna Radin-P2P

After the atomic bombing at the end of World War II, anxieties about survival in the nuclear age led scientists to begin stockpiling and freezing hundreds of thousands of blood samples from indigenous communities around the world. These samples were believed to embody potentially invaluable biological information about genetic ancestry, evolution, microbes, and much more. Today, they persist in freezers as part of a global tissue-based infrastructure. In Life on Ice, Joanna Radin examines how and why these frozen blood samples shaped the practice known as biobanking.

The Cold War projects Radin tracks were meant to form an enduring total archive of indigenous blood before it was altered by the polluting forces of modernity. Freezing allowed that blood to act as a time-traveling resource. Radin explores the unique cultural and technical circumstances that created and gave momentum to the phenomenon of life on ice and shows how these preserved blood samples served as the building blocks for biomedicine at the dawn of the genomic age. In an era of vigorous ethical, legal, and cultural debates about genetic privacy and identity, Life on Ice reveals the larger picture—how we got here and the promises and problems involved with finding new uses for cold human blood samples.

Life on Ice: A History of New Uses for Cold Blood by Joanna Radin-P2P
English | March 27th, 2017 | ISBN: 022641731X | 318 Pages | PDF | 2.7 MB

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