a piece of news on hackers

From Ana Viseu <aviseu@oise.utoronto.ca>
Date Fri, 07 Jan 2000 13:23:34 -0500

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Members of the Boston hacker group, L0pht Heavy Industries, have gone
corporate with the founding of their computer security consulting firm,
AtStake. They report having $10 million in funding from venture
capitalists. The group's members, who are described as some of the
country's top hackers, are known by colorful monikers such as "Space
Rogue," "Dildog," and "Mudge." The new company also includes mainstream
industry executives, including John Rando, a former senior VP at Compaq,
and Daniel Geer, a well-known security
expert. (AP/St. Petersburg Times 7 Jan 2000) 

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