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Kevin Mitnick was once known as the ‘World’s Most Wanted’ social engineer and computer hacker. One doesn’t acquire a title like that – nor an accompanying prison sentence – for simple exploits. He brought down some of the biggest companies and government organizations in the world. But in the end, his life of crime caught up to him and he was sent to prison for five years. Today we’re learning how the FBI caught the Most Wanted Hacker in history. How The FBI Caught the World’s Most Wanted Hacker
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We will talk about the darkweb, what is the darkweb and why the Darknet matters very much. We will also talk about how to access the hidden or anonymous side of the internet. At the same time we will cover topics such cybersecurity and technology. You can ask questions in comments.
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