Kevin Lee Poulsen (born November 30, 1965) is an American former black-hat
hacker and a current editor at Wired. Contents. [hide]. 1 Biography. 1.1 Black-hat
Kevin Poulsen is a former computer hacker, whose best known hack involved
penetrating telephone company computers in the early 1990s to win radio station
Kevin Poulsen is a contributing editor at WIRED, and author of Kingpin: How One
Hacker Took Over the Billion-Dollar Cybercrime Underground (Crown, 2011).
Sep 12, 1993 ... Especially for Kevin Lee Poulsen. Computer hacking had once seemed an
innocent obsession to Poulsen, a native of Pasadena, but now it ...
Kevin Poulsen is an award-winning journalist and a Contributing Editor at WIRED
magazine. A one-time hacker, Poulsen was prosecuted in 1991 for using his ...
CASE DETAILS. Kevin Poulsen grew up in the Los Angeles suburb of North
Hollywood. On his 16th birthday, he received his first computer. Like most
Real Name: Kevin Poulsen Aliases: Dark Dante, John Anderson Wanted For:
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