Fancy Bear Goes Phishing: a captivating review of 5 cybersecurity hacks

22/05/2023 | The Guardian

Fancy Bear Goes Phishing by Scott Shapiro is a gripping study of five extraordinary hacks that delves into the conceptual and technical undergrowth of cyberspace's dark side. As we approach 2030, it becomes clear that we have grown dependent on technologies that are fragile and insecure, which people understand. This book tackles both our collective ignorance and insecurity, seeking to answer three crucial questions: why is the internet so insecure, how and why do hackers exploit its vulnerabilities, and what can we do about it? The author, a professor of law and computer geek, fearlessly navigates this complex terrain, illuminating the dangers that lie ahead.

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