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Re: Beginner level security
From: the.dark.teacher () gmail com
Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2011 02:09:54 GMT

Hi all,
     Thank you for all your replies. I got a quite a list of books, online resources and courses which I can take to 
increase my knowledge on infosec.

I am compiling them below so that of someone else like me comes along one day, they may find it useful:

Security Engineering - Ross Anderson
Gray Hat Hacking : The Ethical Hacker's Handbook
Hacking Exposed
Hacking Exposed : Wireless Hacking
Hacking Exposed : Network security secrets
Hacking : The art of exploitation
The Shellcoders handbook
Intro to 80x86 Assembly language
The art of Assembly language
Operating System Design and implementation
Design and Implementation of the FREEBSD

Online Resources:
OWASP website
WASC website
Professor Messer website
IHackforfun blog
Hackthissite website
HWG website
Wikimedia Security page
Hellboundhackers website
Securityoverride website

I am still getting tons and tons of email replies. Thank you all for your kindness and help. I am really getting a 
foothold here.

I'll hang out here often to learn more and more about the Info Sec field. :)

Once again, thank you very much for your help.

Vijay Narasimhan

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