Deadly Hack

Deadly Hack

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RebeccaEBoyd By RebeccaEBoyd Updated Aug 05, 2016

In an era where computer security is tied to national security a hacker can be a criminal, a defensive weapon, or a terrorist.  As the world's greatest hacker, Luke Webber had been a criminal who transitioned to a defensive weapon for Homeland Security, then became a most wanted terrorist.  Webber was guilty of many things, but never terrorism.  To prove his innocence he must fight a shadow government so tightly attached to the actual U.S. government it was difficult to separate them.  Not being able to tell the good guys from the bad was a problem since both hunted him.  The former to capture him for trial, the later to kill him to ensure his silence.  

It would take all of Luke Webber's powerful brain to stay alive and his legendary abstract reasoning to sort through the complex puzzle that was this enemy.  In a digital battle he had few peers and no equals, but this was a war fought with guns and bullets.  This wasn't a game of video combat, something he had long since mastered.  This was real life.  When you died you stayed dead.  Kill or be killed was a new concept to the young computer genius.  Fortunately, he learned fast.

* This book was written by my father, Clayton Waagner.

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