What is Architectural History
What is Architectural History? considers the questions and problems posed by architectural historians since the rise of the discipline in the late nineteenth century. How do historians of architecture organise past time and relate it to the present? How does historical evidence translate into historical narrative? Should architectural history be useful for practicing architects? If so, how? Leach treats the disciplinarity of architectural history as an open question, moving between three key approaches to historical knowledge of architecture: within art history, as an historical specialisation and, most prominently, within architecture. He suggests that the confusions around this question have been productive, ensuring a rich variety of approaches to the project of exploring architecture historically. Read alongside introductory surveys of western and global architectural history, this book will open up questions of perspective, frame, and intent for students of architecture, art history, and history. Graduate students and established architectural historians will find much in this book to fuel discussions over the current state of the field in which they work.
A short sad book
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The Best Damn Cybercrime and Digital Forensics Book Period
Electronic discovery refers to a process in which electronic data is sought, located, secured, and searched with the intent of using it as evidence in a legal case. Computer forensics is the application of computer investigation and analysis techniques to perform an investigation to find out exactly what happened on a computer and who was responsible. IDC estimates that the U.S. market for computer forensics will be grow from $252 million in 2004 to $630 million by 2009. Business is strong outside the United States, as well. By 2011, the estimated international market will be $1.8 billion dollars. The Techno Forensics Conference has increased in size by almost 50% in its second year; another example of the rapid growth in the market. This book is the first to combine cybercrime and digital forensic topics to provides law enforcement and IT security professionals with the information needed to manage a digital investigation. Everything needed for analyzing forensic data and recovering digital evidence can be found in one place, including instructions for building a digital forensics lab. * Digital investigation and forensics is a growing industry * Corporate I.T. departments investigating corporate espionage and criminal activities are learning as they go and need a comprehensive guide to e-discovery * Appeals to law enforcement agencies with limited budgets
Discovering Computers Fundamentals Your Interactive Guide to the Digital World
DISCOVERING COMPUTERS FUNDAMENTALS provides students with a current and thorough introduction to computers. This Shelly Cashman Series text offers a dynamic and engaging solution to successfully teach students the relevancy of computer concepts in their personal, professional and academic lives through exciting new exercises that focus on problem solving and critical thinking. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Body and Building
Essays on the changing relationship of the human body and architecture.
"The Metasploit Framework makes discovering, exploiting, and sharing vulnerabilities quick and relatively painless. But while Metasploit is used by security professionals everywhere, documentation is lacking and the tool can be hard to grasp for first-time users. Metasploit: A Penetration Tester's Guide fills this gap by teaching you how to harness the Framework, use its many features, and interact with the vibrant community of Metasploit contributors. The authors begin by building a foundation for penetration testing and establishing a fundamental methodology. From there, they explain the Framework's conventions, interfaces, and module system, as they show you how to assess networks with Metasploit by launching simulated attacks. Having mastered the essentials, you'll move on to advanced penetration testing techniques, including network reconnaissance and enumeration, client-side attacks, devastating wireless attacks, and targeted social engineering attacks. Metasploit: A Penetration Tester's Guide willteach you how to: Find and exploit unmaintained, misconfigured, and unpatched systems Perform reconnaissance and find valuable information about your target Bypass anti-virus technologies and circumvent security controls Integrate Nmap, NeXpose, and Nessus with Metasploit to automate discovery Use the Meterpreter shell to launch further attacks from inside the network Harness standalone Metasploit utilities, third-party tools, and plug-ins Learn how to write your own Meterpreter post exploitation modules and scripts You'll even touch on exploit discovery for zero-day research, write a fuzzer, port existing exploits into the Framework, and learn how to cover your tracks. Whether your goal is to make your own networks more secure or to put someone else's to the test, Metasploit: A Penetration Tester's Guide will take you there and beyond"--
Troubleshooting with the Windows Sysinternals Tools
For nearly two decades, IT professionals have considered the free Sysinternals tools absolutely indispensable for diagnosing, troubleshooting, and deeply understanding the Windows platform. Today, with new tools and many enhancements throughout, Sysinternals is more valuable than ever. In Troubleshooting with the Windows Sysinternals Tools, Second Edition, Sysinternals creator Mark Russinovich and Windows administration expert Aaron Margosis show how to use it to maximize the reliability, efficiency, performance, and security of all your Windows systems. Russinovich and Margosis begin by introducing Sysinternals' goals and capabilities, and offering practical guidance for getting started. Next, they offer in-depth coverage of each major Sysinternals tool and category of tools: Process Explorer, Autoruns, ProcMon, ProcDump, and PsTools -- including valuable new coverage of using ProcMon and ProcDump together Additional process and diagnostic utilities Security utilities Active Directory utilities Desktop utilities File utilities Disk utilities Network and communication utilities System information utilities, and more Then, building on this comprehensive reference information, they present an expanded and updated hands-on troubleshooting section, focused on your most challenging real-world problems -- including error messages, hangs, sluggish performance, and the potential presence of malware.