by Travis H.
Publisher: subspacefield.org 2010
Number of pages: 244
This is an online book about computer, network, technical, physical, information and cryptographic security, illustrated with interesting and entertaining examples. It is not intended to be an introductory text, although a beginner could gain something from it.
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