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    Windows Hacking Book - Cheap!

    Hey Y'all,

    I don't know if this is any good or not but for a BUCK it's hard to go wrong. Unfortunately it's Kindle only so you either have to have a Kindle or the Kindle Reader (available in the Windows Store) loaded on your computer or Calibre eBook Manager to convert format.

    Windows Hacking

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    So is it worth a buck or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wavy View Post
    So is it worth a buck or not?
    To paraphrase Yoda, "speed reader I be NOT!"
    ROTFLOL.gif

    Been busy doing a little PowerShell hacking of my own which you can see here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RetiredGeek View Post
    To paraphrase Yoda, "speed reader I be NOT!"
    ROTFLOL.gif

    Been busy doing a little PowerShell hacking of my own which you can see here.
    'sok I have patience.
    David

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    By POPULAR DEMAND, well Wavy anyway, here's my review:

    1st chapter a general over view of hacking therms and their evolution over time.

    The rest is a no nonsense no wasted words list of Registry and Group Policy hacks. Most of it has been published elsewhere but hey for a buck you get it in one place (actually 3 as It have it on my Phone, I was reading it today waiting at the car dealership for repair, my Kindle Fire HD, and my computers! and now that I think of it since my wife and I have a family kindle account it is on all of her devices too! Not to bad for a buck!
    May the Forces of good computing be with you!

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    And thanks for reminding me about calibre!
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