June 05, 2007

"Linksys WRT54G Ultimate Hacking" book

Do you like Linux-based embeded devices? Do you love security? Do you enjoy wireless technologies? Are you ready for new challenging software and hardware hacking projects? Then, the "Linksys WRT54G Ultimate Hacking" book from Syngress should be the next book on your bookcase. After several months of work and research, it is going to be published this month.

As the Technical Editor for this book, I'm sure you will enjoy playing with all the information and projects the authors, Paul Asadoorian and Larry Pesce, put into this book. The WRT54G (and related family of devices) is a highly functional and cheap device that can run the Linux OS and perform lots of different security functions: from being your wardriving box, main Internet gateway or VoIP PBX, to become your preferred pentesting device. Learn all about the WRT54G, and follow up future projects and updates on the accompanying Web site!

The Table of Contents can give you a good idea of what you can find inside this book. Start enjoying it right now through the sample chapter! (Chapter 3, "Using Third-Party Firmware")