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It's all gone a bit Mata Hari this week at Reg associate IT-minds.com. Our favourite online bookshop is offering an insight into how to lure blackhat hackers to a sticky end with Honeypots: Tracking Hackers. This ultimate guide to a rapidly growing, cutting-edge technology will teach you the skills you need to deploy the best honeypot solutions for your environment. Available to all Register visitors at &pound:24.49 - a saving of 30 per cent.

Just in case you're new to this Honeypots business, you can also get the original Know Your Enemy at &pound:21.69 - also a 30 per cent discount. This book shares the lessons of the two-year Honeynet Project, in which leading security professionals built networks designed to be compromised - and learned everything possible from the blackhat hackers who took the bait: their tools, their tactics, and their motives.

And, the following books are available at the same 30 per cent discount this week. The first four titles are from a new face at IT-Minds - Manning Publications. This company specialises in Java and Perl, so there's plenty in there for the programming fraternity:

  • Extending and Embedding Perl

  • Web Development with Apache and Perl

  • Java Development with Ant

  • JSTL in Action

  • Applied Java Patterns

  • BEA WebLogic Workshop

  • Designing CSS Web Pages

  • Sams Teach Yourself Network Troubleshooting in 24 Hours

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