Black Hat Python: Python Programming for Hackers and by Justin Seitz
By Justin Seitz
Python is the language of selection for hackers and safety analysts for growing robust and potent instruments. Ever ask yourself how they do it?
A follow-up to the perennial best-seller grey Hat Python, Justin Seitz's Black Hat Python explores the darker aspect of Python's capabilities-writing community sniffers, manipulating packets, infecting digital machines, growing stealthy trojans, extending the preferred net hacking software Burp Suite, and extra.
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