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"I can recommend Gray Hat Python to all people who want to get an overview of hacking tools and hacking techniques that make use of Python. It is a no-nonsense book which follows a simple recipe: give a brief overview of a hacking technique and then dive straight into a real-world example."
—The-Interweb.com (Read More)
"A headfirst dive into the day-to-day coding all app pentesters end up doing."
Gray Hat Python "succeeded in showing me with relative ease how a trained security researcher or determined hacker could use relatively straightforward Python scripts to infiltrate the most prevalent consumer operating system today."
—Dr. Dobb's CodeTalk (Read More)
"Justin does a great job elaborating the code examples used throughout [Gray Hat Python]. . . Chapter 3 is just downright awesome."
—Carnal0wnage (Read More)
Gray Hat Python "is a must for all people who deal with security on a technical level."
—Geek at Large (Read More)
"This book was a joy to read."
—Kramses blog (Read More)
Gray Hat Python "is really well-written and has a nice structure which is common among No Starch Press books; that is, more code less talk."
—Xorl.wordpress.com (Read More)
"If you use python for your day-to-day scripting and perform some reverse engineering/debugging/fuzzing tasks, then this definitely a book that is bound to catch your attention."
—int 2Eh (Read More)
"I recommend the book. . . It's a good book to help security engineers use python to begin analyzing software vulnerabilities. Primarily it's a book about using python to debug and to a lesser degree fuzz. It's a good insight into how Immunity does things and will help you look at CANVAS code a little easier. For that alone it's definitely worth buying."
—cyberwart (Read More)