What is the best book(s) on the market right now for mastering network security. In other words, what are the best materials out right now to learn hacking/protecting operating systems and software.
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You are traversing the areas of Network Security to Information Security to Application protection to OS protection. While all those areas are connected and interdependent Network Security and its protocol stack has its own challenges different from the Application security with secure architecture and coding and the OS protection and hardening. Start with the books for the study for the (ISC)2 CISSP, Computer Networks 5th By Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Web Application Security, A Beginner's Guide 1st Edition by Bryan Sullivan, Vincent Liu. There is an endless row of book in the realm of web application hacking. LMGTFY