The flaws they point out get written up by journalists, fixed by companies, and addressed by lawmakers who are worried about the economic impact of insecure products.
The skills of the hackster-trickster are now understood to be incredibly valuable.
The guy who became everyone's first friend on the old-school website posted a rare selfie of himself via Instagram nearly two years ago — and it's just making the rounds now. PHOTOS: Stars go nude on Instagram Anderson may have moved on, but his page is still verified.
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“I had never written a virus before,” Kamkar says now.