The Dark Visitor: Inside the World of Chinese Hackers
by Scott J. Henderson
Publisher: Lulu.com 2007
Number of pages: 149
This book attempts to analyze the history, ideology, organization, exploits, and political motivations of the Chinese hacker network. Whenever possible, the information contained herein has been taken directly from the Chinese hacker organization itself or from interviews with individual members.
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