White-hat Hacking 101

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These days I spend my time breaking into networks and web servers for a living.

It's not that I'm of a criminal persuasion, but rather that many large organizations have decided that it's sensible to pay someone like me to break into their network before someone with malicious intent does. The impact of such a breach can be significant, yet most networks are woefully ...

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