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I have always like fiction books especially if they had to do with technology So when I stumbled on this on this book called the Digital Fortress I automatically wanted to read it This book is starts of with the introduction of a super computer that is used by the government to crack codes that are set on the email in order to get information about things like terrorist attacks and things like that Then we get this guy that is crippled but brilliant with computer he one of the people that made this super computer After the computer is this guy is not satisfied with what the computer is being used for So he goes public with it The government is obviously not happy about this so they make a full of him publicly and send him some where were no one will care about what this guy is saying But this guy tries to get back at the government so he makes a virus and tell the whole world that this virus is actually an email with an unbreakable code And send this so-called email to the super computer He then talks to Commander Thrawsmore and tells him that unless Thrawsmore tells the world about his super computer he is going to sell this coder to the public and then the computer will be useful So what Thrawsmore does is he get the husband David of his best worker Susan and makes David go to the crippled guy and get the code that will unlock the email and let the computer know how to crack this code Thrawsmore thinking that the crippled guy might sell the program has him assassinated by the professional killer like he had a heart attack But when the crippled guy dies he gives the ring with the code to stranger So when David get to the dead crippled guy he has to track down the ring while being
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