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PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2004 4:48 pm    Post subject: The Shellcoder's Handbook

Koziol-Litchfield-Aitel-Anley-Eren-Mehta-Hassell, Wiley, 2004
I've only read a few pages in this book and I'm already overwhelmed by the typos in it. What's happening to the book publishing industry? Is there some worldwide fatal disease that only hits proofreaders and has exterminated them totally? The quality is definitely going down the drain. What I've seen already was very disturbing, like illustrations with "high" and "low" memory switched, or assembler instructions with source and destination switched. Errors like these make it very hard to follow along. I sincerely hope the entire book isn't like one great puzzle to be solved by the reader.
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