It took 12 years but Randal Schwartz has had his conviction for hacking Intel's password files quashed.
He worked at Intel in the 90's and was amazed at how lax the tech firm was about its password security, so he went about proving it in a way that upset the company. now he's been cleared of his sentence but still fears ill will from the industry.
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