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Former super-hacker Kevin Mitnick finally opens up Print E-mail
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Source: Globe and Mail - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Latest News Kevin Mitnick was once one of the most wanted cybercriminals in America. Though he never stole a dime, he infiltrated the security systems of everyone from Sun Microsystems to Motorola to the California DMV. He also spent several years on the lam, living under carefully crafted false identities—until 1995, when he was arrested and sentenced to five years in federal prison. Now that the embargo on profiting from his story is up, Mitnick dissects his obsession in a new memoir, Ghost in the Wires. Dave Morris asked the hacker-turned-security-expert what businesses can learn from a guy like him.

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