No room for excessive trust

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No room for excessive trust

Would you let a convicted fraudster look after your financial affairs? Leave your wallet in a room with a known former thief? Give matches to an ex-arsonist? Perhaps feel comfortable knowing that an ex-terrorist hijacker just boarded an aeroplane with you?<

If the answer is yes to any of these questions, you might well want to give an ex-hacker the opportunity to get to know your IT network. I think it shows quite a bit of front to advertise yourself as an ex-hacker, using phrases such as "when I was hacking" and "before I was caught." But the ...

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