In my career, Python was the first programming language that I have learned. I then learned programming in Java and C++. I looked back to Python for it's simplicity and versatility. That is why I decided to pick up Gray Hat Python for Windows to learn what Python can do in hacking and reverse engineering since that is something I am interested in.
author's writing style is clear, direct, and mature. The format of the
book is clean and well structured which makes it easier to maneuver.
The problem I had with the book was that the code in the book is
unreliable. The code in the book and the code in the website do not
match. Also, the book is Windows oriented which may be a disappointment
for some people.
Overall, there was an abundance of valuable
information in the book that grabbed my attention such as fuzzing and
the debugging. The book covers a lot of subjects such as debugging,
hooking, code injection, and more. The author does a very good job with
consolidating the information in the book.
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