A tale of two hackers

Tuesday, 7 June 2005, 12:23 PM EST

Lapping up the sunshine outside a downtown cafe, Kevin Mitnick is apprehensive. He never asked to be the world's high-profile convicted computer criminal, he says, and he's sick of media interviews dwelling on his criminal past.

"But ... that's how you make your money," says Alexis Kasperavicius, Mitnick's longtime friend, business partner and one-time co-conspirator.

By Patrick Gray at Wired.

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