LISTEN: Mitnick: Does President-Elect Trump Even Have A Computer?

Monday on “The Alan Colmes Show,” Alan spoke with Mitnick Security Consulting CEO and former hacker Kevin Mitnick about whether Russian hacking was a factor in the 2016 election as well as his upcoming book The Art Of Invisibility.

Mitnick, who went to prison for hacking into forty major corporations, told Alan that if the intelligence community said there was Russian involvement, there would be little reason to doubt them. Mitnick also told Alan about how he first got into hacking back in the 1970s and how hard it will be for information about President-Elect Trump to be leaked to the internet because it doesn’t appear that the President-Elect uses a computer.

Listen to Radio Interview with Alan Holmes:

Source: Fox News

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