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No secrets in a shoddily written, perhaps dangerous book 6. Dezember 2012
Von Kristi Gilleland - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I review a lot of technical books and get a lot of advanced manuscripts that aren't corrected, but this is a finished product? The glaring errors begin as early as the 2nd paragraph in the forward, and only get worse through the book. The author admits he started writing it as a joke, and I believe it. There are some sentences that have grammar that is SO off, it causes factual errors in the technical content.

Parts of the book seem to be taken directly off the TOR project website, the place that would be much better to go to for information than this book. There are links in the book that look so official, but if you click them, you realize you are on one of the author's own websites.

There's technical inaccuracy throughout the book, interspersed with credible links to news stories about this or that, which are interesting, and seem to be there to prove some point, but don't. There's consistent confusion in terminology, even in the use of the main topic - deep web vrs Darknet. One would do much better to just go to Wikipedia for information on these topics- you'd find it would be much more accurate on any given day.

There is a lot of confusion over darknets- to the point I can't tell if the author just maybe confused himself or if his English was really just that bad- and it is bad, one can tell the author is not a native English speaker...which brings me to my biggest concern- some of the information in this book is so selectively incomplete, that it concerns me that it could get a foreign activist or potential whistleblower in trouble should they use this as any sort of authoritative guide on staying anonymous. For instance, it mentions using certain software to stay anonymous or to thrwart censoring, yet it doesn't give ANY information on basic opsec in actually USING IT, and there are things about TOR, OOPI, ect., that one would really need to know, least they get discovered and - in some countries - arrested and maybe tortured and executed.

If you want to know about ALL these things, skip this long, horrible, messed up read. There is much better, more concise information out there from the DEVELOPERS of the software (that this book discusses) themselves.
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Unreadable 30. Oktober 2012
Von Pero - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Interesting topic and authors obviously did an extensive research. There's lots of links, so it could potentially act as a good starting point for more research. It's disappointing then that the authors were not able to spend a bit more time and effort to edit the book and do some QA.

Formatting is all over the place. On some pages last character or two in each line are cut off (Kindle for PC at least). But worst of all is the writing. Terrible grammar and punctuation; rambling sentences; basic mistakes like mixing "your" and "you're"; etc.

For example, foreword starts with:
"very time we read about the Deep Web we discover a space full of crooks and cyber criminals, the hacker's paradise, where there are no rule, no law, because has no sense the concept of identity in the reign of Anonymity."

and it gets worse:
"Google and Yahoo do not index the onion network, these sites can exist and only a selected few will know, //---It's hidden ---// submit the site info to the "The Abyss" and/ or "Touch" type Search engines so other find them if they search .--why so secret it's just the way of the deep-Web"

No, those were not the select few worst sentences. Big parts of the book seem like that. Although, I have to admit that I gave up after first 40 or so pages.

The book should come with headache pills.

Update:
Writing style of the 5-star reviewer is very similar to one of the authors. A bit sad really... Although, he did put in much more effort into the comment than into the book.

And just to be clear, the complain is not about minor grammar mistakes. I'm not qualified to judge that and I'm not a grammar purist. It's simply that the writing in the book doesn't adhere to very basic grammar, punctuation, etc, rules - rules that came into existence for a reason. Lack of punctuation, bad grammar, missing letters, thoughts that jump all over the place, etc - make the book basically unreadable.
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TONS of factual errors 26. November 2012
Von wee22 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Beyond the writing being completely unreadably bad and every page being riddled with grammatical errors, many of the facts in this book are simply untrue. Even the title is misleading: the "deep" web and hidden services within the Tor network are COMPLETELY different things. The authors, who have written a BOOK on this topic, seem to not realize this. Beyond even that, there are so many other factual errors you will learn totally false knowledge and misinformation about this topic. Unreadable.
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I don't even know where to begin 12. Februar 2013
Von Patrick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Instead of writing a review I'll just second everyone else. Read How to be Anonymous Online - A Quick Step-By-Step Manual and Darknet: A Beginner's Guide to Staying Anonymous instead.
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It's unreadable even if it is factual 11. Mai 2013
Von Piotr - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I bought it out of curiosity but whew... It is a tough read. Hope you have better luck than I have had.
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