Justin Seitz

Justin Seitz is a Senior Security Researcher for Immunity, Inc., where he spends a great deal of time bughunting, reverse engineering, doing Python development, and malware analysis.

Gray Hat Python Gray Hat Python (No Starch)
by Justin Seitz
April 2009
Print: $39.95
Ebook: $31.95

"Even experienced python coders will learn something from this book..."
--Xpl0it, A Different Kind of Security

"This book was a joy to read..."
--Henrik Lund Kramshoej, Kramses Blog

"If you use python for your day-to-day scripting and perform some reverse engineering (RE)/debugging/fuzzing tasks, then this definitely a book that is bound to catch your attention. "
--nan0tube, int 2Eh

"...is good fun."
--Mike James, I Programmer

"I recommend the book... It’s a good book to help security engineers use python to begin analyzing software vulnerabilities. "
--Matthew Wollenweber, Cyberwart.com

"The book succeeded in showing me with relative ease how a trained security researcher or determined hacker could use relatively straightforward Python scripts to infiltrate the most prevalent consumer operating system today."
--Mike Riley, Dr. Dobb's CodeTalk

"...a fantastic book and I would absolutely recommend it to others."
--Ben Cecka, Ben's Blog

"I can recommend Gray Hat Python to all people who want to get an overview of hacking tools and hacking techniques that make use of Python. It is a no-nonsense book which follows a simple recipe."
--sp, The-Interweb.com

"With a bare-bones approach for the topic, the book does enough to get the interested novice up to a decent level of expertise. "
--Ganadeva Bandyopadhyay, Desicritics.org

"...really well-written and has a nice structure which is common among no starch press books, that is, more code less talk."
--Xorl.wordpress.com

"...Gray Hat Python was a good read."
--Ryan Linn, The Ethical Hacker Network

"...a must for all people who deal with security on a technical level."
--James D'Angelo, Geek at Large