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Time, and the L0pht, March On
Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018   |  Read the Full Article

When seven young men from Boston wearing borrowed or newly purchased suits walked into a Senate hearing room in May 1998 to talk about the emerging threats to the world’s computer networks, the Internet as we think of it today was just stumbling out of the cave on shaky legs, blinking at the bright lights. Few people–and almost none in Washington–understood the fragility and vulnerability of this network. But when those men walked out of the hearing a couple of hours later, it was painfully clear to everyone in the room that Internet and computer security needed to be a national priority.

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