The ‘Black Mirror’ of programming: what path must we take to crack the code and find the hacker?

The ‘Black Mirror’ of programming: what path must we take to crack the code and find the hacker?

Martin Hodgson, Head of UK and Ireland, Paessler on the end of the anonymous hacker. ** Spoiler Alert – if you’ve not finished watching Netflix’s Bandersnatch, you might wish to look away now**

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