SEE LIVE: Meet The World’s Most Famous Hacker: Kevin Mitnick

Kevin Mitnick is perhaps best known as the hacker who made it onto the FBI’s Most Wanted List for breaking into the computer systems of multiple government agencies and over 40 major corporations.

Mitnick was a fugitive for four years, and after getting caught was put on trial and sentenced to five years in a federal prison, including a year in solitary confinement.

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“On access and very pissed federal agents.” The most famous hacker in the world reveals the backstage of his work

Kevin Mitnick, a pseudonym of Condor, the most famous hacker in the world. INNPoland.pl is one of the few editors who managed to conduct an interview with a star in the cybersecurity industry

This is about a story about passion, unauthorized access and very pissed off federal agents - describes the biographer Kevin Mitnick, the world's most famous hacker. Suffice it to say that the man's antics in the late 1980s and early 1990s caused fears that Mitnick might break into NORAD and whistle to the phone to fire a nuclear attack. In an interview with INNPoland.pl, he reveals how he managed to make these spectacular burglaries.

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Handset would blow the atomic cell: We’ve slaughtered the most famous hacker

Kevin Mitnick's hobby took him behind bars.. Today he advises how to avoid the hacker he was himself.

(Editor's note: Translated from Polish using Google Translator)

He began by dabbing with a public transport system in Los Angeles to be able to ride a bus for free. Later, he went into the phone networks until he finally got to the list of the most sought-after men in the FBI - one of the most famous hackers in the world.

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Dark web data points to a digital blitzkrieg against banks

Financial institutions (FIs) are among the biggest spenders when it comes to cyber security

-the financial sector has the second highest investment in security in the UK.

 However, there is a key area of continued weakness for FIs, and that is advanced email attacks that bypass traditional cyber security technologies and target employees and customers.

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Kevin Mitnick will be the guest of our conference in Warsaw

Among his "favorite actions" he mentions, among others hacking communication lines of McDonald's restaurants. When customers came through the so-called DriveThru, employees could hear them and receive applications, but it was Kevin Mitnick who responded, blocking this possibility of service. "I sat in front of the window and took over communication" - recalls years later the most famous hacker in the world, who will be the guest of the October Inside Trends conference in Warsaw.

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How homebuyers can avoid being scammed

Homebuyers, beware: It takes the average single person 11 years to save for a down payment on a home, and in an instant it can be taken from you by hackers during your closing.

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WATCH: Kevin Mitnick on CNN with Ana Cabrera

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Kevin Mitnick on CNN with Ana Cabrera - Election Security 8-18-18

Kevin Mitnick interviewed by Ana Cabrera from CNN on 18/8/18, about his opinion surrounding the Election Security and the state of play for the upcoming US midterm election. 

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SEE LIVE (Atlanta):How Hackers Attack and How to Fight Back

Cyber Security Atlanta

Where: The Keynote Theatre, Georgia World Congress Center

When: October 17-18, 2018

Keynote Speaker: Kevin Mitnick

It takes one to know one.

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Kevin Mitnick, CEO, Mitnick Security

Preceded by reputation

Kevin Mitnick is perhaps best known as the hacker who made it to the FBI’s Most Wanted List for breaking into the computer systems of multiple government agencies and over 40 major corporations. Mitnick was a fugitive for four years, and after getting caught was put on trial and sentenced to five years in a federal prison, including a year in solitary confinement.

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Hillary Clinton trolls Jim Comey, who used Gmail for work, with three little words: ‘But my emails…’

Hillary Clinton distilled two years worth of hurt into a simple, biting tweet on Thursday evening as she responded to news that James Comey, whose pursuit of her personal email use she believes cost her the 2016 election, had conducted official business on a Gmail account.

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