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  1. Kevin Mitnick on Triangulation 21

    Hosts: Leo Laporte and Tom Merritt

    Most known for his computer hacking, spending 5 years in prison for hacking, and his new book Ghost in the Wires, Kevin Mitnick, is this week’s guest.

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  2. Master Hacker Kevin Mitnick Shares His ‘Addiction’ : NPR

    The "World’s Most Wanted Hacker" broke into scores of big phone and tech companies and evaded the FBI for several years until his arrest. Now Mitnick is out of prison and hacking again, but this time, it’s different.

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  3. Kevin Mitnick: hacking and security | Saturday Morning, 9:10 am on 2 July 2016 | Radio New Zealand

    Kim Hill talks to security advisor Kevin Mitnick, who in the 1990s became the FBI’s most wanted hacker and social engineer. He is visiting Auckland in August to present Cyber Threats: Insights from the World’s Most Famous Hacker.

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  4. Triangulation 21 Kevin Mitnick | TWiT

    Hosts: Leo Laporte and Tom Merritt

    Most known for his computer hacking, spending 5 years in prison for hacking, and his new book Ghost in the Wires, Kevin Mitnick, is this week’s …

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  5. TNW Sessions ft. Kevin Mitnick

    We’ll talk about what happens when HP gets out of the hardare business right as Google steps its foot into it. Then it’s an interview with Kevin Mitnick. We’ll talk about his book Ghost in the Wires, as well as get some great insight into his life.

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  6. The Hack/Phreak History Primer

    In 2008 2600 is 24 years old, the computer bulletin board system is a 30 year relic, and a good number of attendees of HOPE were not born when some events of the "modern" era of computers and hacking began. Historian Jason Scott of presents a quick primer of a large part of the basics of hacking and phreaking history, touching on those sometimes obscure or hilarious subjects that may have escaped notice in a Web 2.0 world.

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  7. Sirota Tuesday 9-27-11 Hour 2

    As President Obama, Gen. David Petraeus, liberal activists and Sen. John McCain predicted numerous times, foreign countries are now using the US torture committed at Guantanamo Bay and CIA prisons as an excuse to treat Americans poorly. This was confirmed by American hikers Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer, the two Americans who were recently released from an Iranian prison where they were held on spying allegations since 2009. Speaking to the media, for the first time, Bauer and Fattal detailed the human rights violations they had experienced, which included poor prison conditions and long periods in isolation. These complaints mirrored those filed by the lawyers of prisoners at American prisons controlled by the military and the CIA. According to Bauer and Fattal, Iranian prison guards repeatedly used the harsh conditions of Guantanamo Bay and CIA prisons to justify their own human rights violations. Are we less safe abroad due to our treatment of prisoners in CIA prisons and Gitmo. Do you think our own tactics are now being used agaiunst us. At 8:35 Kevin Mitnick our special guest to talk about his book Ghost in the Wires: My Adventures as the World’s Most Wanted Hacker. Mitnick was the most elusive computer break-in artist in history. He accessed computers and networks at the world’s biggest companies, and however fast the authorities were, Mitnick was faster, sprinting through phone switches, computer systems, and cellular networks. Mitnick was convicted of various computer- and communications-related crimes. At the time of his arrest, he was the most-wanted computer criminal in the United States.


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  8. Show #81: Kevin Poulsen’s Threat Level is A OK

    Show #81: Kevin Poulsen’s Threat Level is A OK

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  9. DRadio Wissen - Zeit Online Talk | Datenschutz - Gute Hacker, böse Hacker

    Hacking for good? Über Transparenz und Öffentlichkeit im Netz

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  10. Kevin Mitnick - Ghost in the Wires

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