Media praise for Internet Forensics

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"Concisely written, with the author getting straight to the point without the fluff of many other books, this is easily one of the best books on Internet Forensics available today. The author writes well and has a real knack for explaining things in a way everyone can understand. As a result it is easy to follow his thinking and logic at all times. Internet Forensics is highly recommended to anyone interested in this subject."
-- Harold McFarland, The Midwest Book Review: Harold's Bookshelf

"...a sensible, interesting book on amateur Internet forensics, the sort of thing you might do at home to track down people who are really annoying you...I recommend this book if you don’t know a lot about security and want to do something about nasty mail and Web pages."
-- Robert Jones, ;login:

"Unlike some of the internet security books I've read and reviewed, this one is actually understandable by those who aren't full-time network administration geeks...Important information, and extremely practical. I guarantee you'll walk away with a couple things immediately that you can use, and over the long haul the book will more than pay for itself."
-- Thomas Duff, Duffbert's Random Musings

"An interesting and useful guide to using forensic techniques to investigate fraud and scams on the Internet. Using methods described in the book, users can determine the source of spam and other online irritants and deceptions."
-- Michael Kleper, The Kleper Report on Digital Publishing

"If you're 'mad as hell' at bogus email clogging your in box (and who isn't?), this is a good book to have to fight back at those who send it out."
--Todd Hawley, Amazon.com review, February 2006

"Ever wanted to track down a spammer or someone sending you annoying emails, but didn't quite know where to start? Start here... Unlike some of the internet security books I've read and reviewed, this one is actually understandable by those who aren't full-time network administration geeks. Jones examines the subject of tracking down computer crime (phishing, spam, etc.) by using forensic techniques to narrow down potential culprits…Important information, and extremely practical. I guarantee you'll walk away with a couple things immediately that you can use, and over the long haul the book will more than pay for itself."
--Thomas "Duffbert" Duff, Duffbert's Random Musings, November 2005


"Concisely written, with the author getting straight to the point without the fluff of many other books, this is easily one of the best books on Internet Forensics available today. "
--Harold McFarland, The Midwest Book Review: Harold's Bookshelf