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Enter to Win a Signed Copy of Rogue Code Before It’s Published!

April 27, 2014 | 6 Comments | Mark Russinovich

Want a signed copy of Rogue Code and want it before the book is even out? Every day from April 28 to May 2 I’ll draw the winner of a signed Rogue Code Advanced Reading Copy (ARC) to be delivered before the May 20 publication date! Email the receipt of your Rogue Code pre-order (from any seller in any format) to me at  by May 2 to enter.



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6 responses to “Enter to Win a Signed Copy of Rogue Code Before It’s Published!”

  1. Sable Cantus says:

    I’ve been a fan of this series and have pre-ordered my copy of rogue code. A signed copy would go on my book shelf right next to the cryptonomicon 🙂

  2. Xander Bikbergen says:

    Your books are the best, excellent reading material. After you start hard to put down!!!

    Greetz from The Netherlands

  3. Maneesh S says:


    Watched your excellent session on – Malware Hunting with the Sysinternals Tools.

    Wondering whether Rogue Code could have be offered as a campaign for wider reach at &


  4. Gary Jackson says:

    Looking forward to rogue code

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