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Very "dramatic". I would say 10% of "Cyberpunk" is worth the read.
"Cyberpunk" is probably good for somebody that does not have IT background... Read more
THE BOOK WAS MONOTONOUS AFTER AWHILE. I STARTED SKIPPING CHAPTERS JUST TO FIND AN INTERESTING PART AND FINISH IT. :-\Published 9 months ago by Ronald Lupo
This book puts the lie to the idea of the all-powerful hacker. What the book shows us are the stories of hackers who did not evade having to take responsibility for their actions;... Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Jim Andrews
Great book, particularly the RTM section which is related to Professor Robert T. Morris. That part of the story is amazing!Published on November 3, 2013 by Ali T. (Toronto, Canada)
Pure Fiction i really have nothing else to say except that I would have given this zero stars rather than one.Published on October 28, 2013 by Rose
I found it informative mostly for the detailed biography of Robert Morris, and a little bit of Kevin Mitnick's, as well.Published on May 3, 2013 by mattallmill
Before I start my review, let me comment on some of the other reviewers (the 1 and 2 star ones). Some of them comment that the author was too involved in the famous capture of... Read morePublished on November 15, 2009 by Bas Vodde
Katie Hafner and John Markoff write an excellent book about three groups of individuals that got caught hacking and compromising computers in the 1980s. Read morePublished on October 13, 2008 by Teddy Dover