Books recommendation

Hey guys whats up? I'm opening this thread to talk about books related to pentest, exploitation and hacking in general.

I have just ordered the Rtfm: Red Team Field Manual from Amazon.

If you have any recommendation for a good book reading, type below.
Thanks!

Comments

  • Black Hat Python

    http://a.co/d/e3WUvEe

    "ClickmedotEXE"
    CISSP | OSCP
    arodtube

  • The senior pen tester who interviewed me recommended the hacker playbook series. I’m not very far into them yet but so far it’s been really good!

    b1gbroth3r

  • Ghost in the Wires, A Bug Hunters Diary, The Art of Deception, Linux Cookbook series.

  • @nergalwaja said:
    The senior pen tester who interviewed me recommended the hacker playbook series. I’m not very far into them yet but so far it’s been really good!

    Nice, I've heard good about the playbook series, will be my next buy

  • for History: Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution by Steven Levy

    peek

  • A bit older, but still very good: The Web Application Hacker's Handbook.

    And I second @peek 's suggestion :-)

  • Advanced Penetration Testing by Will Allsopp - focus on building your own C2 infrastructure for hacking very secure networks.

  • I definitely recommend: Hacking - The Art of Exploitation by Jon Erickson. One of the best books I've read so far.

  • @BoiteAKlou said:
    I definitely recommend: Hacking - The Art of Exploitation by Jon Erickson. One of the best books I've read so far.

    2nd that.. I've also found this one to be a good quick reference and ideas giving book: ETHICAL HACKING AND PENETRATION TESTING GUIDE

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