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Posted June 28, 2014
For those who have an inadequate grasp on why the rest of us are so angry at the United States and the actions of Big Hollywood, Nate Anderson's book is a good enough place to start. Notably lacking was info about Anonymous, the phone phreaks, and the early hackers who created the Net.
It used to be that when we found a security hole, we could call the company with the insecure computers and explain how to "fix it." Those days are gone now thanks chiefly to corporate false egos. What used to be acceptable is now illegal. Some of the "probems" that companies and governments whine about were brought upon themselves.
Even so, the writing style and case studies were appealing enough to warrant four stars.
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