"During his civil lawsuit against the People's Republic of China, Brian Milburn
says he never once saw one of the country's lawyers. He read no court documents from China's attorneys because they filed none. The voluminous case record at the U.S. District courthouse in Santa Ana contains a single communication from China: a curt letter to the U.S. State Department, urging that the suit be dismissed. That doesn't mean
Milburn's adversary had no contact with him." [China Mafia-Style Hack Attack Drives California Firm to Brink
How to care for you brand new hacker.
. Quicktime movie, 3.1M. Astoundingly accurate.
Feds seize Cuban Hacker
in a raid early morning this weekend. 6 year old Elian Gonzalez was arrested for hacking Microsoft.
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Check out this hilarious spoof.
Canada arrests hacker' father.
Strange, I don't recall anything like this ever happening. Your thoughts?
They bagged the kid who was responsible
for all those Denial-of-Service attacks a couple of months ago. He's Canadian.
Here's an interesting legal question: could the US extradite him? The crimes were committed in the US, but he was in Canada at the time he did it, since he worked through the Internet. Whose laws apply?
(By the way, I've seen no indication that the US is considering extradition; I was just curious whether they could
Last night Kevin Mitnick
was on 60 minutes (the gist of the interview is quoted here
), and I have to say he came off as an utterly harmless geek. He was an information junkie that enjoyed the challenge of cracking firewalls. He never profited from his activities and the affected companies made up their monetary losses. It's a shame he was forced to waste away in prison instead of offer his security expertise to the affected companies.