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An oil tanker runs aground in Japan when its navigational system suddenly stops dead. Hospitals everywhere have to abandon their computer databases when patients die after being administered incorrect dosages of their medicine. In the Midwest, a nuclear power plant nearly becomes the next Chernobyl when its cooling systems malfunction. At first, these random computer failures seem like unrelated events. Jeff fears a more serious attack targeting the United States computer infrastructure is already under way. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. I was riveted. A Windows guru writes a thriller. It certainly is a treat to read a good powerful suspense novel, and a very impressive debut at that. The evil forces are heartless, determined, and will stop at nothing.

Hospitals everywhere have to abandon their computer databases when patients die after being administered incorrect dosages of their medicine. In the Midwest, a nuclear power plant nearly becomes the next Chernobyl when its cooling systems malfunction. At first, these random computer failures seem like unrelated events. Jeff fears a more serious attack targeting the United States computer infrastructure is already under way.

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player version 9 or above is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser. I was riveted. A Windows guru writes a thriller. It certainly is a treat to read a good powerful suspense novel, and a very impressive debut at that. The evil forces are heartless, determined, and will stop at nothing.

For those of you that didn't catch it lat night, you can listen to my interview on cyber security on the 'X' Zone podcast recording: Congratulations on your first novel Mark! I haven't been this excited about a novel for a very long time. Like your Case of the Unexplained and Malware talks, I anticipate it will bring fear, curiosity, fascination and much more, to the reader. Oh what an eye opener and full of excitement ride it will be.

I can't wait to read it. Disappointed this is not available digitally on site's Kindle.

Can you give your publisher the nudge. Thanks for all "The Case of the Unexplained"s and your blog posts.

They are all amazing! So the copy I pre-ordered back in January should arrive in the next weeks? On a side note, while I get that "cautionary tale" is a good marketing hook, it always makes me feel a bit annoyed to see. Fiction is not a good medium for conveying good responses to dangers. Read the sample part a few weeks back, sounds great! But why is the Kindle Edition not available in Europe?

Is your publisher planning to sell in old europe too, so translating your book in some foreign languages? To all the people who don't really care about foreign rights. I'm in the seventh chapter of Zero-Day. I don't know if I should be happy or appalled when I instantly knew what function the fragment of disassembly had.

I had already been sold on finishing the book by chapter two, though. Mark, why did you choose such a publisher? I tried now several ebook stores — no one what's to sell it to Germany. Oh yes — it's impossible to send few bytes over the ocean!

Hi Mark, I've been as a European citizen granted a pre-release copy of your nice novel. I love reading your book haven't finished it yet , but I also hope that it will be released in digital form someday, because I like reading from my iPad more then reading from a paperback because of the many features like pdf annotations, search and zooming in to the text my eyes are getting old;-.

For what I've read so far I really like your technical detail of the way the security experts and hackers think and act. My compliments! Real shame about lack of electronic version in the UK. Your core audience are tech types who will look for a digital version first.

It is they who will get sales off the ground. Big mistake by publishers. Can't be so difficult — there are very few US digital books not available in UK. Anyway good luck. Great read. Congratulations big brother!! Love the book, and I know nothing about technical issues, but it has wide appeal! Thanks for the great read! You continue to amaze! I'm not in the US what's with the publishers restricting the sales to the US market?

Couldn't agree more! I'm more into digital versions than carrying tons of paper with me, not to mention more features and more environment friendly. I'll try again in a couple months to see if a digital version is available for us Europeans you do know that this "interconnected" world is bigger than US?

Great read so far. My copy arrived yesterday from site.

Have put aside the other 3 books I am reading to concentrate on this. Mind you I did see something in the comments about Windows Internals 5…..

I'm a bit of a prude when it comes to what I read or anything I put into my head really. I read the sample chapter, and promptly cancelled my order. I really like reading your blog posts, and think this would have been an excellent book. I guess I was basing my assumptions on how well you write, and how "clean" your blog posts are.

Just disappointed in the level of language and "adult innuendo" in the first chapter. I was able to download this from Google Books and read it on my Android. It is a great story and I'm having a very hard time putting it down! I obtained my copy on Kindle 1 week ago. I finished the book tonight — it was hard to stop reading. I really love the role of Jeff Aiken. Wow, man that is my life every day.

I love going after these viruses as long as the customer is not standing over my shoulder continuing to ask every 20 minutes how much this is going to cost. Once in awhile I will have to do a reload like the one I am doing tonight — now because I cannot get the system clean but because as I explained to a customer today if you get shot by the bullet you can take the bullet out but your kidney is still blown up.

I think that your book is very timely. Two years ago a system could be infected for weeks and have thousands of infections and still be running. But the malware that I see now can cripple a system within hours. While the scanners are running I will do some manual searches and delete the things that I see that are obviously not supposed to be there. I love the security side of the network world especially when a customer has a worm that is moving through their network.

I feel like I am on the hunt. I even more like some of these malware items that morph into other things while you are chasing them down. Sometimes it is a race to get ahead of the malware and my like Jeff I become unaware of other things going on around me. Great book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I had just read Tom Clancey's "Dead or Alive" before this one and so I see "spooks" and evil agents lurking behind every corner.

Zero Day: A Novel by author Mark Russinovich

By now you all probably know this — but it is available on Kindle, and it is a great book! On a totally different note, and probably I am wasting your time, I have a small issue on my Win7 PC! I have windows 7 64 bit ultimate and have been using it for quite some time.

Before the 64 bit install, I was using the 32bit version or edition of Windows 7.

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During the migration, i used the "Windows Easy Transfer" wizard to migrate and keep all my settings. Is there any solution, any utility via which I can resolve this or anyway to see the dll being called upon the right click. IF i am able to find the particular [dll] will replacing it from a healthy win7 64bit installation solve the issue?? Preordered awhile before release for my Kindle. Downloaded day of release and finished a few days later — great stuff! Your book, of course, does not have those problems!

Thank you, thank you, thank you! A real advanced computer user writing a cyberthriller sounds great, but I just don't think "if you like Tom Clancy" is a positive recommendation for me. Here is just a sampling:

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