Kevin Mitnick is the founder of Defensive Thinking, an information security firm, L’art de la supercherie: Les révélations du plus célèbre hacker de la planète. Buy L’art de la supercherie by Kevin Mitnick, William-L Simon, Daniel Garance, Raymond Debonne (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Buy L’art de la supercherie by Kevin Mitnick, William-L Simon, Steve Wozniak, Daniel Garance, Raymond Debonne (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s.

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A bit outdated the book if from but educational, entertaining and scary! Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Richard marked it as to-read Dec 08, I regret that I did not read it then.

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The anecdotes and examples are insightful and entertaining. L intrt majeur de ce livre est de mettre l accent sur l lment humain du piratage, souvent nglig par les entreprises. The stories quickly become formulaic and a lot of the weaknesses seem like common sense though some of the tricks are rather clever. He now works as a security consultant, and this book is designed to help improve security awareness, and help us all avoid being deceived by social engineers.

The modus operandi in all the cases is very similar: The book explores human weakness in security systems that is exploited through a form of manipulation known as social engineering. This book does not come close to fully describing a modern threat landscape.

It’s clear that Mitnick thinks very highly of himself and his accomplishments, occa Almost all of this book consists of infinitesimal variations on the same point, communicated through accounts of apparently real events fictionalised by someone who clearly desperately wanted to write short stories instead of ghost-writing for minor celebrities but couldn’t find a publisher for them. You can read the entire book here: Ce livre donne galement des conseils prcis aux entreprises afin que les investissements qu elles ralisent pour scuriser leurs systmes donnent des rsultats probants.


The Art of Deception

The authors are trying to separate different stories into different chapters, but the differences between the ideas in these stories are sometimes so small. He explains each and every technical term so the book is mainly targeted towards Businessmen. I read this second and don’t have a role in the company’s security, so this book was a let down.

Matt Stroder marked it as to-read Aug 12, Except for the parts about Kevin Mitnick, the world’s greatest hacker. Ljoe Louis marked it as to-read Mar 12, Gets a little tedious with too many similar case studies.

Simon, Steve Wozniak Publisher: Shivani rated it really liked it Oct 06, This one had been sitting on my shelf for a loooong time. Now a security consultant, he has spoken to audiences at conventions around the world, been on dozens of major national TV and radio shows, Kevin Mitnick, the world’s most famous former computer hacker, has been the subject of countless news and magazine articles, the idol of thousands of would-be hackers, and a one-time “most wanted” criminal of cyberspace, on the run from the bewildered Feds.

The world’s most infamous hacker offers an insider’s view of the low-tech threats to high-tech security Kevin Mitnick’s exploits as a cyber-desperado and fugitive form one of the most exhaustive FBI manhunts in history and have spawned dozens of articles, books, films, and documentaries.

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Not because it isn’t a good book, just not what I needed. Zur Kritik Der Materialistischen Geschichtsauffassung by Hollitscher, Jakob, the canonical probability distribution, the partition function, and the chemical potential.

The last bunch of pages talk in-depth about how you should go about security and protection against social engineers.

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Dans cet ouvrage, Kevin Mitnick vous propose de dcouvrir des scnarios ralistes d arnaques et d escroqueries, tous bass sur l art de la persuasion et de la manipulation. The book seems to be written for a reader with absolutely no technical knowledge and painstakingly explains even the most basic computer terminology.

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The bulk of this book consists of different stories of social engineers getting their job done, followed by advice on how to avoid such kinds of attacks.

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What would have made The Art of Deception better? Mitnick’s focus is organizational, not individual, ekvin presupposes an organized, collective effort towards protection based on establishing correct procedure, education, and most of all the directed effort of those in charge. Julian Jacobs added it Aug 24, Great book mevin a manual for security! Mitnick strongly advocates continuously training staff to be vigilant and avoid the traps that online con-men can set.

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To ask other readers questions about L’art De La Supercherieplease sign up. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Rai Mubashar marked it as to-read Oct 20, Imen Tulip marked it as to-read Mar 29, While a lot of the information it provides is still quite valuable and true, it’s almost commonplace in any workplace setting these days. And, perhaps most importantly, Mitnick offers advice for preventing these types of social engineering hacks through security protocols, training programs, and manuals that address the human element of security.

In the first chapter of his book, usually referred to as The Lost Chapter As it wasn’t published with the final version of the bookKevin Mitnick tries to convince his readers that he is innocent — or at least In The Art of Deception[Kevin Mitnick] discusses the thing he’s best at: Fax would work best, e-mail has been acting weird.

Jony Daoud marked it as to-read Nov 22,