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Your timely reminder: Not all hacking requires a computer

The public perception of hacking involves a shadowy figure in a hoodie hunched over a laptop, tapping furiously while a waterfall of glowing green text fills the screen. Also they're probably listening to industrial music. First off, that's a ridiculous caricature and more importantly, not all intrusions are the result of someone banging away on a keyboard, "hacking the network.
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