Stealing the network: a prequel

Monday, 26 July 2004, 2:10 PM EST

"Stealing the Network: How to Own a Continent", the second release from Syngress in this series, uses fictional stories surrounding real technology and techniques to show the dangers that lurk in the shadows of the security industry. Ryan Russell, one of the coauthors of this book, has written this "prequel" depicting a '70s-era hack, set at a tech company back East. If you've been curious about "Stealing the Network", this short bit of fiction provides a real sense of the concept behind the book. And be sure to respond to the talkback at the end of this tale -- we'd like to hear your theory.

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