Mafiaboy: How I Cracked The Internet And Why Its Still Broken

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Penguin Canada, 29. dec. 2009 - 288 strani
In early 2000, the websites of CNN, Yahoo, E*Trade, Dell, Amazon, and eBay ground to a halt for several hours, causing a sense of panic everywhere from the White House to suburbia and around the world. After two months and hundreds of hours of wiretapping, the FBI and RCMP staged a late-night raid to apprehend the most wanted man in cyberspace—a fifteen-year-old kid. Mafiaboy. For eight years, Mafiaboy, a.k.a. Michael Calce, has ignored requests from every major media outlet in North America, he has not told a word of his story—until now. Using his story as a cautionary tale, Calce takes the reader through the history of hacking and how it has helped make the internet the new frontier for crime in the tweny-first century.

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Craig Silverman is a journalist and the founder of, a website compiling media errors that receives tens of thousands of visitors every month. He is a columnist for the Globe and Mail and for Hour, a Montreal weekly, and his writing has appeared in publications including The New York Times, the Montreal Gazette, and Editor & Publisher.

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