System Hazard

System Hazard

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by David Barron
     
 
This e-book is a collection of three short stories which make up a series titled System Hazard. Included are the short stories: Decryption, Virus Complete and Network Down. In Decryption the world's most wanted underground hacker is counter-hacked by a cyber criminal who seems to know everything about him. Has the world's top hacker Decryption met his match? In Virus

Overview

This e-book is a collection of three short stories which make up a series titled System Hazard. Included are the short stories: Decryption, Virus Complete and Network Down. In Decryption the world's most wanted underground hacker is counter-hacked by a cyber criminal who seems to know everything about him. Has the world's top hacker Decryption met his match? In Virus Complete a famous virus writer creates the perfect computer penetration software. But will he put it to good use? In Network Down we see the aftermath from Virus Complete and how the system admin of CyberEye, a top secret government agency, deals with the chaos in the wake of the attack. System Hazard is first and foremost a short techno-thriller series with a little touch of SciFi.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012695383
Publisher:
David Barron
Publication date:
11/12/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
28 KB

Meet the Author

David A. Barron has been a computer consultant since the early 90s. He writes short techno-thrillers in his spare time and is working on his next series.

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System Hazard 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
michaelminard More than 1 year ago
David Barron has written a smart, fast-paced cyber thriller that took me right into the middle of the world of computer espionage. He brings characters to life that are both believable and incredible at the same time. The implications for personal and national security kept me at the edge of my seat and I couldn't take my eyes off the screen as I read this terrific eBook: can it be that the unassuming looking person sitting next to me at Starbucks might have the power to hack into national secrets on the level of deploying nuclear missiles? Wow! I want more from David Barron!