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HIGH-TECH CRIMES REVEALED: CYBERWAR STORIES FROM THE DIGITAL FRONT by Steven Branigan

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Time for Another Search

Finding an Unlisted ISP

As I mentioned before, the feds were very interested in learning more about Hot-ice, especially because it appeared that he was a foreigner attacking U.S. government computers. The only lead that they had on Hot-ice at the time was Roz's information that he might still be using an account on Phobia.

Well, that certainly presented a problem. Phobia was a small ISP run by people who were using their right to free speech to complain about the government and its approach to high-tech crime. It seemed that its crew believed that information should be free, and that hacking isn't really a problem. Because of their declared beliefs on high-tech crime, it seemed like a place that would welcome Hot-ice and ...

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