Kevin Mitnick wrote a book

Monday, 1 July 2002, 12:18 PM EST

"The Art of Deception" describes more than a dozen scenarios where tricksters dupe computer network administrators into divulging passwords, encryption keys and other coveted security details.

But it's all fiction. Or so says Mitnick.

Those seeking Mitnick's version of his lawless escapades will have to wait. Personal details are carefully expunged from the book, which uses fictitious names of hackers, victims and companies.

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