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I have a choice of studying the following 3 books for my security + cert, which one of 3 is the best for a beginner?
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1) CompTIA Security+ Certification Support Skills (2008 Objectives): Study Notes  
 by James Pengelly (ed)  
GTSLearning © 2009 (618 pages) Citation

2) CompTIA Security+ All-In-One Exam Guide, Second Edition  
 by Gregory White, Wm. Arthur Conklin, Dwayne Williams, Roger Davis and Chuck Cothren  
McGraw-Hill/Osborne © 2009 (672 pages) Citation

3) Mike Meyers' CompTIA Security+ Certification Passport, Second Edition  
 by T. J. Samuelle  
McGraw-Hill/Osborne © 2009 (448 pages) Citation
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Out of the three I would recommend #2.  They're all ok, but given the choice...
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