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This week's discounted bunch of fives from Reg associate IT-minds bookstore kicks off with Know Your Enemy - Revealing the Security Tools, Tactics, and Motives of the Blackhat Community by The Honeynet Project.

The book shares the lessons of the Honeynet Project, in which leading security professionals built networks designed to be compromised. From this they learned everything possible from the "blackhat" hackers who took the bait: their tools, their tactics, and their motives. The insights in this book will go a long way towards helping security professionals protect their networks against real attacks.. Lovely. It normally sells at £30.46, but Reg readers can, for this week only, get it at £24.37 - that's an unbeatable 20 per cent off.

The other books making up this week's bunch of fives are:

  • Microsoft .NET XML Web Services
  • Essential ColdFusion 5 for Web Professionals
  • Core J2EE Patterns
  • Thinking in Java

The above are available with 20 per cent off for this week only, but - as ever - each and every week

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