Underground: Tales of hacking, madness, and obsession
by Suelette Dreyfus
Publisher: Mandarin 1997
Number of pages: 321
This book provides a great overview of a number of computer intrusion incidents and links them through not only the technical nature of the activity but the persons behind them. UNDERGROUND provides an excellent overview of intrusion activities focusing on the UK, Australia, and the United States.
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