Interview With A Convicted Hacker:

 Robert Moore Tells How He Broke Into Routers And Stole VoIP Services

On his way to federal prison, the 23-year-old hacker says breaking into computers at telecom companies and major corporations was “so easy a caveman could do it.”
By Sharon Gaudin,  InformationWeek
<!– –> Sept. 26, 2007

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Just a computer geek that is into all kinds of things involving computers, music, water sports, electronics, and basically anything high tech. Now days the way our Government is run; politics.

One thought on “Interview With A Convicted Hacker:

  1. Good interview with hacker who used default passwords to access routers and switches in telecoms, businesses, and individuals. No excuse for System Administrators since they are paid to maintain their networks. However, this is another reason why consumers need to pay someone to set up their home networks if they aren’t going to take the time to do it right themselves. With an unsecured home network, spammers can run their spam through your unsecured computer slowing your network and slowing the Internet in general, causing hours and hours of wasted time with everyone having to deal with spam. Not to mention any hackers being able to access your unsecured (default password) network.

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