Ubuntu Using Hacking

meet chauhan
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The name of this book is Ubuntu Ushing Hacking. This book write is a Indian author Meet Chauhan. With the help of this book, you can easily read ethacking and cyber security. In this book you can get rid of HoneyPot, Trace Email and Virus Protection, or much more, for Cyber ​​Security. And in this book like Axial hacking for password cracking, Android hack and attack computer, tips and tricks have been provided.
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About the author

Meet chauhan is a 19 years old. He is a indian author and ethical hackers. Meet chauhan learned computer in the age of 8 years. Meet chauhan created CPU in the age of 13 years. HACKED friends Facebook account in the age of 16 years. Meet chauhan created social chatting application in 18 years of age. Now meet chauhan write a book in the age of 19 years UBANTU USING HACKING.

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Publisher
meet chauhan
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Published on
Nov 29, 2017
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Pages
182
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ISBN
9781365999789
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Language
English
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Genres
Computers / Cybernetics
Computers / Security / Online Safety & Privacy
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This content is DRM protected.
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