The Car Hacker's Handbook: a Guide for Penetration Testers


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#3

Let’s hope that after the fall of Trump that computerized death computers get some press!


#4

Strange thing with Amazon pricing on this one…

The US store: Kindle version: $40.34 — Paperback: $28.54
The UK store: Kindle version: £28.05 — Paperback: £86.88

So the Kindle version is roughly the same price in both countries, with today’s currency.

In US, the paperback is about two-thirds of the Kindle version.
In UK, the paperback is more than four times the price of the Kindle version(!)

What gives?


#5

It’s just demand pricing. Several copies of the UK paper edition are (supposedly) available now whereas the US paper edition is a few months back-ordered.


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And when I go to Amazon, the Kindle edition is $1.43 less than paper. And paper is a 1 - 4 month wait. It’s too bad, because I’d like to buy this, but not for $27 on an electronic device. I understand the “demand pricing” thing, but my own kindle book is a fixed price; I wish they would fix theirs at a place that was reasonable. (Why not make it, say, half off the paper edition?)
Looks like a great book though!


#7

Recently purchased a 2015.5 Volvo for this express purpose and work and play as a professional pen tester. Just read the ToC. I’m in. $27 is a bargain.


#8

I put this one on my wish list for my upcoming birthday. Better that I hack my new car than that someone else does.


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The Kindle price is cut to $27.11 if you have Amazon Prime.


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