Amazon.com just published my five star review of Windows Forensic Analysis by Harlan Carvey. From the review:
I loved Windows Forensic Analysis (WFA). It's the first five star book from Syngress I've read since early 2006. WFA delivered just what I hoped to read in a book of its size and intended audience, and my expectations were high. If your job requires investigating compromised Windows hosts, you must read WFA.
In the mail today I received a copy of Fuzzing by ninjas Michael Sutton, Adam Greene, and Pedram Amini. H.D. Moore even wrote the foreword, for Pete's sake. However, I have some concerns about this book. I performed a technical review, mainly from the perspective of someone who wants to know more about how to do fuzzing. The drafts I read seemed to be more about how to build a fuzzer. Those of you who are jumping to hit the comment button -- I don't want to hear about "you learn how to fuzz by building a tool." Give me a chance to learn how to walk before I try to invent a new method of transportation! We'll see how the book reads in printed form when I review it.