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    Default 50% off security books

    A colleague shared this with me, No Starch Press is offering 50% off security related books this week...seems to be a promotion related to RSA. All purchases of printed books come with a free ebook as well.

    Coupon Code: RSAREADING

    https://www.nostarch.com/catalog/security

    Enjoy!
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    Thanks for the tip!
    "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates
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    Absolutely thank you. I saw it advertised on their site when I went there following your post. Awesomesauce. Just got me some new books!
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    awesome find! I just purchased the following.

    Black Hat Python
    Justin Seitz

    Practical Malware Analysis
    Michael Sikorski and Andrew Honig
    2018 Goals: eCPPT (2nd attempt), OSCP, Dark Side OPS 2: Adversary Simulation
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    Nice find, just in time for some of the new releases.
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    Oh darn you picked up some good ones! I have Practical Malware Analysis. Really good. Still need to get Black Hat Python.

    I picked up Practical Packet Analysis 3rd edition and Penetration Testing. Hoping to prep for some exams closer to the end of the year.

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisone View Post
    awesome find! I just purchased the following.

    Black Hat Python
    Justin Seitz

    Practical Malware Analysis
    Michael Sikorski and Andrew Honig
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    Nice! I think the author of the Penetration testing book is doing a course/class at blackhat on mobile devices.

    https://www.blackhat.com/us-17/train...e-devices.html
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    Yeah! So you have that crisp 3200 for me? Would be nice. I'm slowly increasing my conference and training budget this year but I'm trying to keep them reigned in.

    Picked up Black Hat Python after you mentioned it though. $23 and the ebook? Done.
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