We like to give loyal Windows Secrets subscribers a little something extra when we can.
This month, every subscriber can download a two-chapter excerpt of the new book Hacking Exposed Wireless, Second Edition by Johnny Cache, Joshua Wright, and Vincent Liu.
Hacking Exposed Wireless provides valuable updated information you need to keep your wireless networks safe from potential hackers.
New chapters in this second edition cover the latest strategies used by hackers to attack wireless Ethernet and Bluetooth networks. The new volume also gives detailed countermeasures you can use to secure your wireless systems.
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The book provides vital information on how to access your networks’ security, plus techniques for developing your own custom wireless security tools. It also covers current laws and regulations affecting wireless networks.
The printed volume isn’t in stores yet, but all subscribers can receive our exclusive excerpt of two full chapters through August 4. Simply visit your preferences page, save any changes, and a download link will appear.
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Tracey Capen is technical editor of WindowsSecrets.com. His technical journalism career spans more than two decades, including 10 years as executive editor of reviews at PC World and, prior to that, as managing editor of reviews at InfoWorld.