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This set contains two books, the first of which is related to Internet usage in a restricted environment. The second book provides help for Windows users to increase the security of their systems.
Summary Of The Book
How To Unblock Everything On The Internet is the first book of this twin set, the second book being Windows Hacking 2.0.
In his book, Windows Hacking 2.0, Ankit Fadia teaches his readers how to tweak with Microsoft Windows and customize the functionality, interface, features, and overall user experience of the operating system.
Fadia provides numerous minor hacks to help strengthen and secure one’s Windows Operating System. He also teaches tips and tricks that users can try out to impress their friends while working with Windows.
How To Unblock Everything On The Internet is a book that can prove to be helpful for students, professionals, and absolutely anyone who is curious about the functioning of the Internet. It explains the concept of hacking, while clearly differentiating between ethical and unethical methods for the benefit of the reader. This book neither promotes nor features any illegal methods.
The author demonstrates tried and tested methods of bypassing virtual restrictions and teaches readers how to gain access to their favorite websites in a restricted environment. Accessing social networking websites that have been blocked by the office administrator and accessing YouTube while visiting a country that has terminated its use are some of the sample scenarios explored in this book.
About Ankit Fadia
Ankit Fadia is an Indian computer security consultant and author. He works independently with businesses and government agencies.
Some of his popular books include How To Unblock Everything On The Internet, An Unofficial Guide To Ethical Hacking, Windows Hacking 2.0, Network Security: A Hacker’s Perspective, and Even You Can Hack: Email Hacking.
Fadia was born in Coimbatore, India. His debut book, which put him on the spotlight, was Ethical Hacking. He also started a website called HackingTruths. After his initial recognition and popularity, Fadia hosted his own TV show called What The Hack! on MTV, where he gave tips to viewers who approached him with their queries. He is currently pursuing a BS degree in Computer Science from Stanford University.
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Naagesh Rao S Rao
Apr 15, 2013
Dec 17, 2012
Oct 13, 2012
I dont know why people buying a useless book its not an hacking book
Sep 19, 2012
Only Windows Hacking 2.0 is worth reading
Aug 26, 2012
both boks are worst book ever, please don't buy it
Deepak Karela Bikaner
May 11, 2012
Thid Is Not Hacking Books This Is Basic Knowldge Of computer and InternetWhen I Buy this book than I think that I hack Windows password and Internet Password But This Book Is Not Able To Hack Any Password So Friends Don't waste your Money And Not Buy Any Ankit Fadia books .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Aug 14, 2012
Monetization via Books...This guy is no genius. The books are published only to get more money and not giving away education. One must buys magazines like Digit and Chip-India; instead of books like these. Hacking isn't something one can teach you. Most of the newbies think that after buying such books they will be a hacker one day. But the spirit of hacking is shattered by such Authors.
Jul 2, 2012
YUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!This book is no hacking!!!! It just tells you to open some file and change the value to get some basic stuff done..... No thing in this is nice or cool... all or just boring, simple and useless stuff... Don't buy this ..... :(
Feb 20, 2012
very good books for system usersi recently ordered this package. Really this package is very useful and helpful for system users who want to know extra tricks.it expertise u for window hacking and internet problems unblocking but u will have to be practical if u really want to learn something new.:)
May 21, 2012
I bought this bookI bought these books around one month ago. The material of the first one is generalized you can search all the trick given in the books online articles in different forums, actually this book is simply the collection of some tips and tricks available on internet if you searching for the book with some special trick and tips so this is not enough. but the second book is very good. if you want to buy these book only for Rs. 150 so you can contact me on my mobile no 09074147102.
Jul 20, 2012
Beware!This is one of the worst books ever written, its contents are totally misleading and useless. Stay away from this garbage. There are many other sources to learn about hacking and which are mostly free.
Jun 27, 2012
How to Unblock everything on the Internet/Windows Hacking 2.0 5111128535THIS BOOK REALLY SUCKS IN NAME OF COMPUTER HACKING. THIS JUST PROVIDE YOU THE BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF COMPUTER.
Naagesh Rao S Rao
Apr 15, 2013
HACKERS DELIGHTMy children wanted to learn ethical hacking, started with this book of the maestro, ANKIT FADIA. They have learnt a lot, implemented it and experimenting more now a days. Worth reading and good value for money.
Dec 17, 2012
Not WorthI bought this book in order to find out how are they selling books on things which we are forbidden to do. After reading this book all my doubts were cleared, this book has got nothing...means nothing which can enable you to do anything malicious activity or anything like that.
Oct 13, 2012
I dont know why people buying a useless book its not an hacking bookIt is not an hacking book it simply have some tools links i think which everyone knows who have some intrest in hacking .I dnt know why Ankit Fadia publish this type of stuff totaly useless people dnt go to a titles go to content first