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DOCUMENT: phage #121 [Re: [rob@presto.ig.com (Rob Liebschutz) : Should we offer this guy a job? ]] (1 message, 539 bytes)
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From: Miek Rowan <mtr@mace.cc.purdue.edu>
To: phage
Date: Mon 16:37:54 07/11/1988 EST
Subject: Re: [rob@presto.ig.com (Rob Liebschutz) : Should we offer this guy a job? ]
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> I would not be at all surprised if this kid, and anyone else involved in the
> prank, were offered jobs.  In the past, people who have broken security on
> DoD computers, phone phreaks, etc., have been offered jobs by companies who
> are interested in learning what they did, how it can be stopped, and in
> general how to better secure systems.

And as someone here said: 

"Now wouldn't that be good inspiration for a repeat performance?"

-mtr

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