Read ✓ Operation Desolation By Mark Russinovich –

Operation Desolation A Thought Provoking New Story From The Acclaimed Author Of Zero Day Challenging Anonymous Is Like Waving A Red Flag In Front Of A Bull But The CEO Of A Major Investment Firm Has Done Just That, And Now Cyber Security Expert Jeff Aiken Has To Try To Protect The Company From Its Leader S Mistakes The Timing Couldn T Be Worse, As Jeff Is Scheduled To Appear At A Conference That Has Invited An Anonymous Representative As Well And Jeff S About To Discover That The Hacker Outfit Plans To Bring Their Fight Offline And Into The Real World.

10 thoughts on “Operation Desolation

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I didn t particularly like this book which is a shame because I enjoyed Zero Day I read these technothriller kind of books specifically for stories that have accurate technology behind them As a technology expert, I cann

  2. says:

    Started January 25th, 2014.This is a shorty Novella, so expect to finish it soon.Very good, highly recommended Even in this short tale, believable persons, settings a conference on cyber security and implications very real.Also, with the inclusion of Anonymous and the discussion about their actions shows both

  3. says:

    Not a bad little read I kind of like seeing little novellas like this, where it s part of an ongoing series, but it s a smaller case or adventure or whatever the situation entails It seems to me to add to the overall realism of the world The notion that these people exist outside of these huge thriller stories with ext

  4. says:

    Half the book is the first chapter of Mark s Trojan Horse, the second book of Zero Day, which leaves this book is way too short to enjoy.The other half of the book is about how Jeff nailed down a hack...

  5. says:

    After having read his two novels Zero Day and Trojan Horse I finally came around to also read his short story, which kind of lies in between As already said its quite short just the first half of the book is actually the story itself , but neverthele...

  6. says:

    Mark RussinovichEnjoyable short story. should be read after reading his first novel Zero Day A Novel since this takes places one year after it.

  7. says:

    A short story on a cyber incident While reading this story, I thought of it as a case study in how to handle an event The story was not that deep, but it was a good idea It got me thinking about writing similar short stories for training about cyber security and warfare.

  8. says:

    Entertaining read but a pretty significant technical error hotels typically use DHCP that uses NAT, and issues private IP addresses the outside web server would have logged the public IP address one that everyone at the hotel shared

  9. says:

    A little too predictable and nothing reallythan an advertisement for his new book Trojan Horse.

  10. says:

    Expected something better from Mark Russinovich

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