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Source: GlobeTechnology - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Hacks/Cracks From all over the world, they make the annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas. They have names such as Mudge, Null and Dark Tangent. Tattooed, pierced, tie-dyed and ready to brag, they wear motorcycle boots, leather and even kilts in the hot July desert sun.. . . From all over the world, they make the annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas. They have names such as Mudge, Null and Dark Tangent. Tattooed, pierced, tie-dyed and ready to brag, they wear motorcycle boots, leather and even kilts in the hot July desert sun.

They are, by far, the smartest group of misfits you will ever encounter. Some of them have IQs that can boil water, others have technical and programming skills that can put almost any system administrator to shame, and if you run a computer network, they can be your worst nightmare. Welcome to DefCon 8.0.

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