Category: Book Reviews

Book Review: Violent Python

A plane ride last week provided me the opportunity to knock one of my queued books off the stack. I had the pleasure of reading Violent Python by TJ O’Connor in its entirety during my flight. I wish that I would have been in a better environment to try out some of the exercises, but […]

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Book Review: Reverse Deception

I recently finished reading Reverse Deception: Organized Cyber Threat Counter-Exploitation by Bodmer, Kilger, Carpenter, and Jones. When I purchased the book, I was a little hesitant because of the current and former positions the authors have held. I know that, with topics such as those in this book, the pre-publication review process has the potential […]

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Book Review: WFAT 3rd Edition

I recently finished reading the third edition of Harlan Carvey’s Windows Forensic Analysis Toolkit. This edition, as he clearly states throughout the text, is not meant to be a re-write of previous editions. Instead, it serves as a companion to both the second edition of the same text and Windows Registry Forensics. That being said, […]

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