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Photos: Mitnick on the job

Former hacker now spends a lot of time giving speeches on security.
By Bill Detwiler, Contributor on
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Photo: Kevin Mitnick

Kevin Mitnick (right) spends a lot of his time at speaking engagements these days. At a SupportSoft user event on Thursday in San Francisco, he discussed hacking and social engineering during a session with Eric Schultze (center), chief security architect of Shavlik Technologies. The session was moderated by Dave Margulius (left), technlology analyst and consultant at Enterprise Insight.

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Mitnick works on one of his two notebook computers. This one runs Windows and is secured with software including PGP disk encryption, ZoneAlarm firewall and PestPatrol anti-spyware, Mitnick said. His other laptop is an Apple Computer PowerBook.

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