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The dramatic true story of the capture of the world's most wanted cyberthief by brilliant c MY ACURAMY HOT GIRLFRIENDMEMEME ME ME MEI ME MEMY MY MIIIINE90% of the author patting himself on the back for being such an awesome human being 10% interesting story about Mitnick s capture

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Takedown The Pursuit and Capture of Kevin Mitnick America's Most Wanted Computer Outlaw By the Man Who Did It

Involved millions of dollars in credit card numbers and corporate trade secrets Reprint NYT An ok book about the hunt for Kevin Mitnick the legendary computer hacker It follows the uest of one of the people who was hacked to get justice for the intrusion of his computer system The book shows the FBI s non knowledge of computer crimes and their reluctance to get involved at times It is told strictly from Shimomura s viewpoint and can be a bit tedious and slow moving at times

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Omputer expert Tsutomu Shimomura describes Kevin Mitnick's long computer crime spree which A good book for someone seeking a real life story regarding hacking and cyber security in a plain spoken manner It s weighed down with uite a few unnecessary details about what Tsutomu and his team experienced during the track down of Kevin Mitnick but still interesting and a decent presentation of technical details for those without advanced technical knowledge


10 thoughts on “Takedown The Pursuit and Capture of Kevin Mitnick America's Most Wanted Computer Outlaw By the Man Who Did It

  1. says:

    MY ACURAMY HOT GIRLFRIENDMEMEME ME ME MEI ME MEMY MY MIIIINE90% of the author patting himself on the back for being such an awesome human being 10% interesting story about Mitnick's capture

  2. says:

    I read this book because I'm a computer professional and I was a big fan of the movie But the book suffers from Tsutomu's lack of objectivityThe story of the movie is Silicon Valley hotshot learns deep and valuable life lessons while getting taken down a peg by a greasy computer geniusThe story of the book is Poor Tsutomu

  3. says:

    I read the Dutch version of Takedown Although it is an interesting story about the hunt for Kevin Mitnick I was interested in the technical aspects of the story then the writing This may never become a classic or a top 10 book for me but regarding hacking social engineering and security related issues this is a pretty okay book Though I must say that I will still prefer The Cuckoo's Egg by Clifford Stoll

  4. says:

    hehehe so very self serving shimomura ought have focused on his skillful work and less on his snowboarding and big pimpin' what a douchebag

  5. says:

    I decided to read this book after having read a book called Ghost in the Wires written by Kevin Mitnick the not

  6. says:

    A good book for someone seeking a real life story regarding hacking and cyber security in a plain spoken manner It's weighed down with uite a few unnecessary details about what Tsutomu and his team experienced during the track down of Kevin Mitnick but still interesting and a decent presentation of technical details for those without advanced technical knowledge

  7. says:

    This book is 50% name dropping 50% dumbed down analogies about computer technology and 50% why Shimomura is the smartest guy in the roomShimomura admits that Mitnick was not a technologically amazing hacker Most of Mitnick's successes came fro

  8. says:

    Movie was better then book

  9. says:

    An ok book about the hunt for Kevin Mitnick the legendary computer hacker It follows the uest of one of the people who was hacked to get justice for the intrusion of his computer system The book shows the FBI’s non knowledge of computer crimes and their reluctance to get involved at times It is told strictly from Shimomura’s viewpoint and can be a bit tedious and slow moving at times

  10. says:

    I found this book both very enlightening and entertaining It's the first book I had ever read about computer hack