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  • Meet the brilliant young hackers who’ll soon shape the world

    Wired - 04/27/2017

    Google the words “David Dworken” and you’ll find a picture of a teenager in an oversize gray suit shaking hands with former secretary of defense Ash Carter, along with a headline that reads: “Meet David Dworken, the Teenager Who Hacked the Pentagon.”

    At the time of the Pentagon event he was a computer whiz on his way to Northeastern University with a merit scholarship. In other online articles about the hack, he talked about hacking as a public service, a way to help protect the world’s digital infrastructure. He hoped to someday have a career in cybersecurity.

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