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'A' Level Information Technology - very respectable

Advantages: Nice layout
Disadvantages: Sometimes waffles on a bit

Being a student I probably use this book more frequently than teachers do and so I believe I am more able to write a 'real' review. This 370-page book aims to cover all aspects of the A-level IT course. The book is presented well with short paragraphs an ...

gregrobson 05.08.2000 · Read full review
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Review of A Level Textbooks: A Level Computing - P.M. Heathcote

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A teachers best friend

Advantages: Explains things simply
Disadvantages: Not everything in the book is on the course

...Having just completed my first year of A level computing i could not have done it without this book. This is not sayin that the course can not be completed without this book just that my teacher was totally dependant on it. I completed my course (and ...

leighton_87 30.09.2004 · Read full review
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Review of A Level Textbooks: A Level Computing - P.M. Heathcote

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Does it compute

Advantages: Gets you through the course
Disadvantages: A lot of information you dont need.

I am currently studying A level computing and using this book to study from. It is a well structured book with all the different topics in well ordered chapters and sections. It comprises the whole AQA course from AS to A-level. The language used is ve ...

davemhowe 21.11.2002 · Read full review
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A Solid Reference Book For Security Professionals

Advantages: good reference, lots of useful tools, covers most major OSes and application / web hacking
Disadvantages: security moves fast - out of date quickly, tries to cover too much and misses some things

Hacking Exposed is a very interesting and useful book for all security professionals, and those interested in network security. The book covers several operating systems and several facets of security, from general network and user security on Windows NT ...

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Review of Hacking Exposed - Stuart McClure Joel Scambray

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A Must Have for Security Professionals

Advantages: Covered number of topics, great examples, overview of security tools
Disadvantages: few examples are very basic and could be little more in-depthed

Hacking Exposed by Stuart McClure Joel Scambray is primer or I would say is the bible on the topic of "Hacking". I came across this book during my MSc. It's a great book, which explain ABC of Hacking and also provide countermeasure to mitigate those ...

AkashS12 03.06.2008 · Read full review
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