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Topic created on: February 20, 2007 12:52 CST by nezumi .

Hi, All!

I'm author of some hacker's books,
you can download them from my own http/ftp server.
it's absolute free and legal.

# hacker disassembling uncovered
http://nezumi.org.ru/Hacker.Disassembling.Uncovered.eng.LiB.chm

# portable shell coding under NT-n-linux
http://nezumi.org.ru/portable-shell-coding-under-NT-n-linux(eng).zip

# code optimization - effective memory usage
http://nezumi.org.ru/A-LIST.Code.Optimization.Effective.Memory.Usage.zip

have a nice day.

  pedram     February 20, 2007 14:43.13 CST
Thanks for making such a great resource freely available!

  MohammadHosein     February 21, 2007 01:56.16 CST
Kris , good to see you here :D

  nezumi     February 21, 2007 02:52.45 CST
gnukish:
> nezumi, it might sound a bad ask,
> but can you also talk with your publishers regarding
> Hacker Debugging Uncovered in English :P
"Hacker Debugging Uncovered" is cooming soon,
I'm going to disclose it in a week or two,
but I warn you: this is my dirtiest book I ever wrote.
actually this is just messed collection of my early works,
I don't like this book, I was going to write it in absolute
different way, however, I was run out the time,
and publisher twisted my arms...
do you know what "deadline" means?!
I had no choice, but give him everything I had and...
I don't recommend to read this book (it has many bugs).

MohammadHosein:
seems, you know me, but I don't know you.
this is unfair!!! who are you? tell me, plz.

  nico     February 21, 2007 17:33.30 CST
I bought two of your books (hacker disassembly and cd cracking), nice to see you made some books available freely.

Cheers N.

  GynvaelColdwind     February 21, 2007 19:31.45 CST
WOW ;> Thanks ;>

  nezumi     February 22, 2007 08:43.38 CST
Hi, All!
I'm going to share more books and want to ask:
what formats you prefer? ms word? open office? RTF? HTML? PDF?
currently, all books are in ms word. do you have any problems with it?
if so, I'll convert them into more suitable format, however, it'll take time.

  PSUJobu     February 22, 2007 09:16.53 CST
Personally, I prefer PDF, but Word is fine as well. Acrobat does a good job of generating PDFs from Word docs, but I'm just happy to have more free resources. Very kind of you!

  nezumi     February 22, 2007 09:34.55 CST
unfortunately, I haven't acrobat
and use Google Docs & Spreadsheets to convert form ms word to pdf.
does anybody know how to make Google to display page border?
without it I can't control page layout and unable to make up in pdf.
I tried to convert one chapter and see what I got
http://nezumi.org.ru/souriz/Ch01.pdf
it's sucks, but I don't know how to make up it better.
any ideas?

  tagetora   February 22, 2007 10:38.01 CST
Did you tried PDF Creator? It's a free and nice tool to convert from anything (that you can send to print) to PDF.

Hope it helps

  nezumi     February 22, 2007 12:31.02 CST
tagetora:
thanks, this is exactly what I was looking for!
now I'm about to make up and convert all my books into pdf.

btw, feel free to redistribute all books
(or any part of them) in every way you need to.

  Raindog     February 22, 2007 16:49.07 CST
is nezumi really Kris Kaspersky?

  PSUJobu     February 22, 2007 20:59.08 CST
The other possibility is to use OpenOffice(.org) Writer. It has export to PDF that works pretty well. The Word import generally works pretty well (a lot better than Impress / PowerPoint interoperability).

I guess the main benefit over PDF Creator is that you might (haven't looked into it) get bookmarks and stuff based on your heading styles. PDF Creator is probably a lot easier, though, and assuming that it offers text search, I'd be happy to have that format.

PDF readers (e.g., Acrobat Reader) allow easier online viewing of docs than Word, IMHO.

  nezumi     February 23, 2007 03:58.30 CST
Raindog:
> is nezumi really Kris Kaspersky?
as fact he is

PSUJobu:
I got PDF creator and found it fine,
I have OpenOffice in linux, but I don't like X,
and most of the time I spend in text console,
so, I don't know much about OpenOffice,
I just ran it once or twice.
I use Linux and FreeBSD to work with gcc, icl, etc.
but I'm not into X and office stuff.
I have it enough on win.

  northdemon     February 24, 2007 11:56.24 CST
Thanks, Kris :)

  northdemon     February 24, 2007 11:58.26 CST
use how course of technical English :)

  nezumi     February 24, 2007 14:43.51 CST
sorry, but I don't understand what you mean.
can you rehash it?

  neurogee     March 3, 2007 12:35.36 CST
Thanks a lot ! :)

  shiftygypsy     August 8, 2007 09:09.20 CDT
> nezumi: Hi, All!
>
> I\'m author of some hacker\'s books,
> you can download them from my own http/ftp server.
> it\'s absolute free and legal.
>
> # hacker disassembling uncovered
> http://nezumi.org.ru/Hacker.Disassembling.Uncovered.eng.LiB.chm
>
> # portable shell coding under NT-n-linux
> http://nezumi.org.ru/portable-shell-coding-under-NT-n-linux(eng).zip
>
> # code optimization - effective memory usage
> http://nezumi.org.ru/A-LIST.Code.Optimization.Effective.Memory.Usage.zip
>
> have a nice day.

hi kris. thanks for the free editions of your great books. any chance that you'll be making "hacker debugging uncovered" available? i know you don't consider it a good reference, but i've heard that there are some valuable sections. thanks!

  jaffersathik2010     August 16, 2007 22:46.51 CDT
Thanks a lot nezemi.

--Jaffer

  arjuns     August 21, 2007 10:34.06 CDT
Kris, I must say You are one of my best  author.
I own your Hacker Disassambling Uncovered which is indeed a great book.
Thank you very much for making such a beautiful resources available for free.

regards
arjuns

  bainm     October 12, 2007 11:55.55 CDT
Thank you.

bainm

  varun79     October 13, 2007 03:54.46 CDT
Thanks for sharing...please share more papers/books on hacking.

  NeOXQuiCk     May 13, 2008 22:54.02 CDT
did anyone downloaded http://nezumi.org.ru/A-LIST.Code.Optimization.Effective.Memory.Usage.zip

seems like file is missing..

but i found it on LIB rlz..


first i would like to say thx for all you have done.. in sharing and all ..

i just hope you are the really author of books not just dude which wants to do bad damage to someone..

because dont get me wrong.. but not a lot of good stuff are free today.. reffering to your training and books..

its like good cars .. if you want it you have to pay a price to use it or have it


and above all if you are writer of this books.. why did you post LIB release of your book????

doesnt not make any sence

anyone can use p2p clients and find books out..

  v01d     June 29, 2008 10:25.53 CDT
> nezumi: Hi, All!
>
> I\'m author of some hacker\'s books,
> you can download them from my own http/ftp server.
> it\'s absolute free and legal.
>
> # hacker disassembling uncovered
> http://nezumi.org.ru/Hacker.Disassembling.Uncovered.eng.LiB.chm
>
> # portable shell coding under NT-n-linux
> http://nezumi.org.ru/portable-shell-coding-under-NT-n-linux(eng).zip
>
> # code optimization - effective memory usage
> http://nezumi.org.ru/A-LIST.Code.Optimization.Effective.Memory.Usage.zip
>
> have a nice day.

Hi really nice of you to put the books online. I have a few suggestions hope i don't want too much. 1st if its possible can you post the Hacker Disassembling but the second edition. And maybe the sources from the books. Thanks in advance nezumi

  djnemo     July 1, 2008 07:19.29 CDT
i cannot download these files can use check the links please

  NeOXQuiCk     July 1, 2008 13:46.53 CDT
djnemo : just google for them they are easy to find.. if you still dont you can email me i will send you links

v01d : he is not author of books otherwise he would post original ones not .. ones posted but LIB

  nezumi     July 2, 2008 05:44.03 CDT
NeOXQuiCk
> he is not author of books otherwise he would post original ones not...
how do you know what an author is supposed do?

> ones posted but LIB
um, I have the original. uncensored. it was heavy censored, actually.
hacker disassembling uncovered drf 1st (censored)
hacker disassembling uncovered drf 1st (uncensored)

  v01d     July 3, 2008 10:56.24 CDT
nezumi 10x :)

  nezumi     July 3, 2008 13:48.54 CDT
v01d:
say thanks to NeOXQuiCk :-) he forced me to move my azz :-)

  v01d     July 4, 2008 03:29.31 CDT
hehe maybe this is the right way to make you share Hacker Debugging Uncovered. :)

  NeOXQuiCk     July 4, 2008 20:48.21 CDT
nezumi: apprently you are right and i am wrong..:P

you are author of this books...

  RCER2   August 16, 2008 03:10.28 CDT
> nezumi: NeOXQuiCk
> > he is not author of books otherwise he would post original ones not...
> how do you know what an author is supposed do?
>
> > ones posted but LIB
> um, I have the original. uncensored. it was heavy censored, actually.
> hacker disassembling uncovered drf 1st (censored)
> hacker disassembling uncovered drf 1st (uncensored)

  RCER2   August 16, 2008 03:13.29 CDT
Hi nezumi:

can you give me the link to your ftp?
I also send  you a mail subject your IDA training offer

Regards
RCER

  hackcrack     March 12, 2009 11:41.24 CDT
a very warmhearted author! thx u!

  claws   April 20, 2010 00:41.30 CDT
Hello Kris,

Wow!! What an open minded author you are! Thanks a lot for sharing the book. But the links doesn't seem to work. They are dead.

Can some one please post the new links? I'm especially interested in "Hacker Disassembling Uncovered". Which edition are you sharing? 1st or 2nd? I wish its 2nd. :)

  Genius     March 18, 2011 11:57.23 CDT
Hi, dear Kris, could you please put hacker disassembling uncovered companion source codes here ?

regards.

  jokar     February 7, 2013 08:59.14 CST
> nezumi: Hi, All!
>
> I\'m author of some hacker\'s books,
> you can download them from my own http/ftp server.
> it\'s absolute free and legal.
>
> # hacker disassembling uncovered
> http://nezumi.org.ru/Hacker.Disassembling.Uncovered.eng.LiB.chm
>
> # portable shell coding under NT-n-linux
> http://nezumi.org.ru/portable-shell-coding-under-NT-n-linux(eng).zip
>
> # code optimization - effective memory usage
> http://nezumi.org.ru/A-LIST.Code.Optimization.Effective.Memory.Usage.zip
>
> have a nice day.

Hello Kris.
How are you?
Excuse me, Can you put PDF version here?

Thank you so much

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