Archive for the ‘Q&A’ Category

Q&A: Kevin Mitnick, from ham operator to fugitive to consultant

There is no question who the most famous hacker is. One of the first computer hackers prosecuted, Kevin Mitnick was labeled a “computer terrorist” after leading the FBI on a three-year manhunt for breaking into computer networks and stealing software at Sun, Novell, and Motorola. Known more for social engineering his way into networks than [...]

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More than just social networking

Whether you “tag”, “poke” or “tweet”, or prefer a more “delicious” “digging” or “flickering” online experience, you are engaging in something more than just social networking. You are part of an e-revolution that is changing many of our core beliefs, assumptions and behaviors. The first comprehensive book written for a wide audience on the Web [...]

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Q&A: Jordan's Internet minister on piracy, open source, outsourcing

CNET News recently met with His Excellency Eng. Bassem Al Rousan, minister of information and communications technology of Jordan, in his offices in Amman, to talk about outsourcing, DVD piracy, Internet taxes, open source, and other topics. Very interesting conversation you can find it here

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Q&A: Johnny Long – Professional hacker, Pirate, Ninja

The Tech Herald recently had the chance to talk with Johnny Long. If the name rings a bell, then you likely know of him from his books: Google Hacking for Penetration Testers, No Tech Hacking, or various others. Long talks with us about his life, career, and his passion to help people. However, if you [...]

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