1. Hacking Ubuntu Linux
The introduction of the book says, "Ubuntu, an African word meaning “humanity to others,” is the hottest thing in Linux today. This down-and-dirty book shows you how they can blow away the default system settings and get Ubuntu to behave however you want. You’ll learn how to optimize its appearance, speed, usability, and security and get the low-down on hundreds of hacks such as running Ubuntu from a USB drive, installing it on a Mac, enabling multiple CPUs, and putting scripts in menus and panels."
2. Hacking Gps
The book carries Crazy-cool modifications include exploiting secret keycodes, revealing hidden features, building power cords and cables, hacking the battery and antenna, protecting a GPS from impact and falls, making a screen protector, and solar-powering a GPS. It is a user manual that shows the reader how to modify, tweak, and hack their GPS to take it to new levels!
3. Hacking Google Maps and Google Earth
The introduction of the book says, "This one-of-a-kind resource contains 500 pages of jaw-dropping hacks, mods, and customizations. These include creating mashups with data from other sources such as Flickr, building a space station tracker, hacking Maps with Firefox PiggyBank, and building a complete community site with Maps and Earth. Now you can map out locations, get driving directions, zoom into any point on the globe, display real time traffic, and much more."
4. Hacking Gmail
According to its introduction, the book unlocks the true power behind Gmail, Hacking Gmail will immediately appeal to Google and Gmail fans, serious, down-and-dirty, under-the-hood, code-level hacking that will have readers eliminating the default settings, customizing appearance, disabling advertising, and taking control over their Gmail accounts. Carries some amazing tricks like how to check their Gmail without visiting the site; use Gmail APIs in Perl, Python, PHP, and other languages, or create their own; and maximize Gmail as a host for message boards, photo galleries, even a blog.
5. Hacking Blackberry
The introduction of the books says, "Admit it. You're addicted to your BlackBerry. That's okay. Most users are, and this book is just going to make it worse. Now you'll discover how to use your BlackBerry to retrieve documents, weather forecasts, and Web information; use it as a word processor or drawing tool; even control your computer over a network with it. And we haven't even gotten to the way-out stuff. Tweaks, tricks, and add-on apps to customize your BlackBerry--plus Java code for even cooler hacks."
6. Hacking Windows XP
The introduction of the books says, "Over 200 serious hacks readers can use to force Windows XP to do it their way, written in the ExtremeTech no-holds-barred style. This book is written for users who aren't afraid to roll up their sleeves, risk voiding their warranties, take total control of the task bar, uninstall programs that are supposedly permanent, and beef up boot speed."
7. Secrets of Super Hacker
Secrets of Super Hacker is the most amazing book ever published on computer hacking. Step by step illustrated details on the techniques used by hackers to get your data including Guessing Passwords, Stealing Passwords, Password Lists, Social Engineering, Reverse Social Engineering, Crashing Electronic Bulletin Boards, Dummy Screens, Fake E-mail, Trojan Horses, Viruses, Worms,Trap Doors, And Much more. Anyone concerned with computer security and data privacy needs to read this book.
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8. 1000+ Hacking Tutorials collection
1000+ hacking tutorials which includes all the stuffs of hacking, cracking and tips its most useful includes hacking tricks and tips, e-books of hacking, Phreaking and much more.