The authors and their book were featured on Tech TV's Screen Savers tonight, and for people like myself who have little or no knowledge of how code languages work and how different exploits and hacks happen, and some of the types of attacks and methods that are driving Microsoft to use code like C# and the .net backdrop, this book can be a nice introduction. This is not a 'how to hack people maliciously book'--it's to understand how code is vulnerable and can be strengthened or an education into code pitfalls and protection strategies.

The Future of Software and Hacking