The Threatened Net: How the Web Became a Perilous Place by The Washington Post English | 8 Nov. 2015 | ASIN: B017RKFZKU | 99 Pages | AZW3/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 5.77 MB
The Internet can appear to be elegantly designed, but as The Washington Post’s Craig Timberg demonstrated in his illuminating series “Net of Insecurity,” the network is much more an assemblage of kludges—more Frankenstein than Ferrari—that endure because they work, or at least work well enough.
TOR: 2 in 1 Beginners Guidebook: Beginners to Expert Guide to Accessing the Dark Net and Hacking the Ultimate Beginner's Guide by Bruce Rogers English | August 2nd, 2017 | ISBN: 1974216780 | 360 pages | AZW3 | 0.34 MB
Best-selling author, Bruce Rogers, presents a remarkable beginners’ guide made simple and easy to understand to help all aspiring hackers learn and master the fundamentals of hacking and IT security.
TOR : Beginners to Expert Guide to Accessing the Dark Net, TOR Browsing, and Remaining Anonymous Online (deep web, darknet, hacking) English | 2016 | ISBN-10: 1543141749 | 116 pages | PDF,EPUB,AZW3 | 1.24 Mb
Infostorms: Why do we 'like'? Explaining individual behavior on the social net (2nd Edition) by Vincent F. Hendricks, Pelle G. Hansen English | 2016 | ISBN: 331932764X | 306 Pages | PDF | 12.7 MB
This detailed guide to navigating the bewildering superabundance of information in today's globalizing world draws on the latest work in philosophy and the social sciences to explore how information, and its misuse, can both support and undermine democracy.