H4cked Off: The Enterprise Strikes Back

Stuart Sumner
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Should we hack the hackers?

Regular readers of this blog will know that I was hacked a few weeks ago, losing control of my Hotmail, Gmail, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts to a hacker who posed as me in an attempt to extort money out...

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