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Extortionware by Trip Elix


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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0991568508, Paperback)

Set in a typical American city Hacker Jason, a talented computer programmer, is thrown into captivity with Tasha, a woman caught in the snare of human sex trafficking from the darkest part of the internet, where antivirus efforts and firewalls are shown to be ineffective and useless. Together they must invade computers remotely to steal what they can, to satisfy their captors. Together they embark on an unparalleled journey involving extortion, theft and violence using the same connection you use for your home and personal communications.

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Trip Elix is the author of the new novel Extortionware. The novel exposes one of the darkest sides of the internet that is rarely discussed and often times considered to be a taboo topic. Hackers and cyber thieves make the nightly news but they are only part of the story. People who have read the book have a greater understanding of other vulnerabilities we all face in our daily lives in cyber space. The book is written in a way that even those without technical understanding will still learn and enjoy it at the same time. The problems explored in the text are not inclusive computers, but our phones, tablets, televisions and anything else that connects the user to the internet.… (more)

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