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Jon Erickson

Full Name: Jon Erickson
Number of Works: 53
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ISBN: 1593270070, 9781593270070
Keywords: exploitation, art, hacking
Pages: 264
Published: 2003
  • Rating: 80%

The Barnes & Noble ReviewWhat is the true spirit of hacking? It s exploration. Discovery. Invention. If you want to be a pioneer, not just a script kiddie, read Hacking: The Art of Exploitation. This book is about awakening and feeding your passionate curiosity about how software and networks work. What do overflows look like, and how do they make systems vulnerable? What can be done with shellcode? How do Denial of Service and TCP/IP Hijack attacks work? How does a man-in-the-middle attack circumvent encryption? Whether you re exploiting systems, protecting them, or just plain fascinate
ISBN: 0472106139, 9780472106134
Keywords: object, art, poetry, performance, postmodern, modern, fate
Pages: 272
Published: 1995
  • Rating: 80%

<div>The Fate of the Object traces the historical shift in focus from the "difficult" essential object of modernist theater, art, and poetry to its transformation as a sign in a postmodern field of signs. In modern art, the central object had been the abstract painting; in theater, the body of the actor; in poetry, the sonic, visual and grammatical elements of the poem. Spanning several disciplinary boundaries, this ambitious and pioneering book examines how the very process of refinement to locate the essential modernist object dissolves the figure of that object into its sign
ISBN: 155532343X, 9781555323431
Keywords: ball, top
Pages: 31
Published: 1987
  • Rating: 40%