Fashion brands tend to portray an elegant image of their products and designs. But what about the underlying machinery and computers that power their fancy fashion shows? How elegant is their IT infrastructure, and to what extent can a hacker wreak havoc?
Follow me on a step-by-step journey where we pwn a high luxury (albeit fictitious) brand. From zero initial access to remotely recording board meetings, we will detail every custom script and technique used in this attack, drawn from real-life findings, to paint the most realistic picture possible.
Whether you are a wannabe pentester dreaming about real-life hacking experiences or an experienced ethical hacker tired of countless Metasploit tutorials, you will find unique gems in this book for you to try.
Buy the book, and follow the author on social media:
Learn more about the writer. Visit the Author’s Website.
Buy the Book On Amazon.
Visit the Twitter page.
Sparc Flow is a security researcher based in Europe. He works for different institutions (banks, airlines, insurers, etc.) as a chief penetration tester.
This entails looking for vulnerabilities, devloping malwares and exploiting flaws in a stealthy manner in order to find data that will make board members drop their jaws.
His first book “How to Hack Like a Pornstar” captures the essence of multiple situations he faced in real life and offers the reader a peak into the world of hacking and pentesting