|Language:||English, French, German, Spanish, Polish|
|Price:|| 0/single issue|
Hakin9 is a hard core IT-Security magazine as it would describe its editorial office. IT-Security and Hacktivism are naturally main topics. The magazine is very suitable and recommendable for every one who is interested in further studies in the area of IT-Security.
A free online magazine written for IT security experts by IT security experts.
|Introduction||Mostly by the Chief Editor/ Market Manager|
|CD-Content||Description of the applications and the How To's|
|News in brief||Topic: IT-Security|
|Tools/Product Review||Presentation of a tool|
|Articles||For Beginners (Quantity: ~1-2)|
|Articles||Offensive (Quantity: ~1-3)|
|Articles||Defensive (Quantity: ~1-3)|
|Privacy Article||Issues, solutions, aims, etc.|
|Topics & Posts of the Hakin9 forum||About 2 pages|
|Reviews of books||/|
|Interview||Mostly with people of IT-Security companies|
|Feuilleton||Summary and own experiences of a project.|
Every article has always the following three sub-titles on its first page:
- Degree of difficulty (Easy - Middle - Difficult)
- In this article you will see
- What you should already know
 Where to buy the print versions?
The PRESS shops are the only ones in Luxembourg which have the magazine in sale.
- The Hakin9 magazine is very particular and a certain knowledge about computer science is needed to understand the content and the complexity of the articles. For beginners with a serious foundation it shouldn't be a problem to understand what the topics are about. Misspellings aren't seldom in some articles, but this is for sure the only small disadvantage. I'm a regularly reader for two years now and got almost every magazine which has ever been published. Unfortunately at the beginning I haven't got the basics to understand the whole complexity, but with the time it wasn't a problem. Conclusion: At least try it once. --- Prometheus