Tag: Kevin Mitnick

  • The Crime of Punishment

    [This was originally published on The Synthesis and mirrored on attrition.org.] As you read this, an unusual legal case history is being established around the prosecution of computer crime. Because computer crime is still a relatively new aspect in the arena of law and prosecution, each and every case sets important precedent that will be […]

  • Defacto Damage: Unusual Trends in Loss Figures

    [This was originally published on Aviary Magazine and mirrored on attrition.org.] A disturbing trend is emerging in computer crime across the United States. A trend that can not easily be passed off as mere coincidence either. With each computer crime comes a figure for damages and losses. Not surprisingly, when media and law enforcement report […]

  • Life in and around 6 South, 626

    [This was originally published on Aviary Magazine and mirrored on attrition.org. It was written by Dale Coddington and myself.] Recently, two of the Attrition Staff caught up with Kevin Mitnick and asked a few more questions about his living conditions. We presented him with an article by Kimberly Tracey (-1-) to establish a baseline for […]