Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts
Found the internet!
Posts
Communities

Posts about No Starch Press

Subreddit Icon
r/humblebundles
85.1k members
The unofficial subreddit about the game, book, app, and software bundle site humblebundle.com.
Visit
r/netsecstudents
112k members
Subreddit for students or anyone studying Network Security. This is the place to ask questions regarding your netsec homework, or perhaps you need resources for certain subjects, either way you'll find them here! If you have info or resources you want added to resources, just let us know!
Visit
Subreddit Icon
r/Python
1.0m members
News about the programming language Python. If you have something to teach others post here. If you have questions or are a newbie use r/learnpython
Visit
Subreddit Icon
r/programming
4.7m members
Computer Programming
Visit
Subreddit Icon
r/hacking
2.6m members
A subreddit dedicated to hacking and hackers. Constructive collaboration and learning about exploits, industry standards, grey and white hat hacking, new hardware and software hacking technology, sharing ideas and suggestions for small business and personal security.
Visit
Subreddit Icon
r/linux
778k members
All things Linux and GNU/Linux -- this is neither a community exclusively about the kernel Linux, nor is exclusively about the GNU Operating System.
Visit
Subreddit Icon
r/learnpython
646k members
Subreddit for posting questions and asking for general advice about your python code.
Visit
Subreddit Icon
r/HowToHack
372k members
Welcome! HowToHack is a Zempirian community designed to help those on their journey from neophyte to veteran in the world of underground skillsets. Ask, Answer, Learn. Feel free to practice hands on with available Zempirian labs and resources. Begin training below https://training.zempirians.com -or- visiting us at https://discord.gg/ep2uKUG
Visit
464
Subreddit Icon
Posted by2 months ago

EDIT (Aug 5 5:00pm ET/2:00pm PT): That's a wrap! Thanks again to everyone who joined in. Be sure to check out Jon's book The Art of Cyberwarfare available at 25% off with code AMA25 through Saturday at nostarch.com!

EDIT (Aug 4 5:30pm ET/2:30pm PT): That's all for now. Jon will be back later this evening and tomorrow to answer any remaining questions. Thank you all for participating!


I'm a recognized industry veteran in the business of “chasing bad guys,” with over 15 years of experience hunting, researching, and writing about advanced cyber threats. As a specialist in enterprise ransomware attacks and nation-state intrusions, I'm behind white papers such as "Ransom Mafia: Analysis of the World’s First Ransomware Cartel” and "A History of REvil." I'm also the author of The Art of Cyberwarfare: An Investigator's Guide to Espionage, Ransomware, and Organized Cybercrime, published in March by No Starch Press. In addition to exposing the criminal cartels behind major ransomware attacks, I've aided law enforcement agencies in federal indictments of nation-state hacks, and discussed my work with The New York Times, Bloomberg, Fox, CNN, Reuters, WIRED, Vice and, recently, on David Bombal's YouTube channel

Ask me anything!


From the No Starch Press Team: Jon will be live answering questions as u/jon_dimaggio beginning at 3pm ET/12pm PT.

As part of the AMA we're taking 25% off the cost of The Art of Cyberwarfare now through Saturday at midnight PT when you use code AMA25 at nostarch.com!

464
120 comments
58
58
25 comments
138
138
19 comments
27
Subreddit Icon
Posted by10 days ago
27
2 comments
28
28
2 comments
33
33
1 comment
25
25
1 comment
363
Subreddit Icon
Posted by5 months ago

EDIT 3 (6:15 ET/3:15 PT): For anyone browsing after the fact, you'll notice there are duplicate replies to many of the questions in this thread. For most of the AMA, our authors' accounts were not listed as approved users. As such, they were answering questions but no one could see the answers. We took to posting the replies from u/NoStarchPress to keep the conversation going. Now that u/hAPI_hacker and u/theosintion have been added as approved users, you'll see their original replies alongside our reposts of them. Hope this clears things up!

EDIT 2 (5:15 ET/2:15 PT): That's a wrap! Thanks all for joining us and sticking around while we got the back-end issues sorted out. Be sure to check out Hacking APIs and Practical Social Engineering. Both 25% off until midnight PT with the code AMA25 at nostarch.com!

EDIT 1 (3:55 ET/12:55 PT): We've run into some technical issues with our authors' replies. We'll be reposting them from this account in the meantime. Thanks for all the questions. Keep them coming!

Live from the BSides Knoxville security conference are two well-known hackers who both have books out this month: Corey Ball (u/hAPI_hacker), author of Hacking APIs, and Joe Gray (u/theosintion), author of Practical Social Engineering.

Corey is a cybersecurity consulting manager at Moss Adams, where he leads the pentesting team. He's got over a decade of infosec experience in different industries, including aerospace, agribusiness, energy, fintech, govt. services, and healthcare, and holds the OSCP, CCISO, CEH, CISA, CISM, CRISC, and CGEIT industry certifications.

Joe is a threat hunter / intelligence engineer, and founder of The OSINTion, which provides OSINT and OPSEC training. He's also co-organizer of BSides Knoxville, a member of the Password Inspection Agency (who won the TraceLabs OSINT Search Party at DEFCON 28), and he recently authored the OSINT and OPSEC tools DECEPTICON Bot & WikiLeaker. He holds certifications in CISSP-ISSMP, GCIH, GSNA, and OSWP.

So ask u/hAPI_hacker and u/theosintion anything, Reddit! They'll be here starting at 3:00PM ET/12:00PM PT.

P.S. In honor of the occasion we're knocking 25% off the cost of their books — Hacking APIs and Practical Social Engineering — until midnight PT if you use coupon code AMA25 at https://nostarch.com/.

363
86 comments