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Cyber Security thread

Does anyone have the password for the cyber security book bundle? It was part of the OPs main post when I found it

This file https://mega.nz/#F!YigVhZCZ!RznVxTiA0iN-N6Ps01pEJw
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1. open any /g/ archive like warosu.org/g/
2. enter the fucking link in the search field
3. press search
4. find the OP post your need (note: you can specify to search in only OP posts)
5. there is no ???? only profit.
The more I've researched the hardware and firmware included in modern x86 platforms, the more I've come to see just how bad things really are. What are my options for secure hardware? I want something that doesn't have a billion hardware security flaws and a management engine running at ring -3, and I want open source boot firmware.

From what I've seen my options are POWER, SPARC, MIPS, and ARM. Of all of these ARM would be the cheapest with the little $30 single board computers out there. POWER is also pretty cheap if I go with a used PowerPC Mac, though I'm not sure what the architectural differences between something like a G4/G5 would be and an IBM POWER8/9 chip would be, so software support could be impacted by this, and I'm too poor for a Talos II. SPARC desktops are hard to find and very expensive for anything decent. Usually a thousand dollars or more on eBay. I have no idea what kind of software support SPARC has anymore. MIPS is basically dead on the desktop. I think there were some Loogson laptops made at some point and Stallman used one, so I guess they're freetard approved.

Thoughts? I'm leaning towards Debian on a used PowerPC Mac.
>cyber security book bundle
Guaranteed outdated indian bullshit and hundreds of tutorials on how to hack windows 98.
I'm yet to come to a good cyber security book library on /g/. This board is completely lost.
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Just started looking through these books and I'm finding plenty of them that were published after 2012. Books about python 3, current security certs etc. its a 4 gb book file, plenty of shit in here
There are other boards for anime. Stop flooding this thread with cartoons, faggot.
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What kind of attacks do hackers usually perform on computers which are connected to the Internet but have all vulnerable ports closed?
DNS cache poisoning attacks?
>social engineering

Pick one.

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