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When, to the delight of the baffled FBI, CIA, and NSA, Cliff Stoll nailed his spy, he wound up on the front page of The New York Times. The story, broken in 1989, quickly gathered headlines across the nation and Stoll became a genuine, if somewhat unlikely, American hero. An astronomer by training and a computer expert by accident, Cliff Stoll has become a leading authority on computer security, an issue recognized everywhere as among the most important security problems of our times. He has given talks for the FBI, CIA, and NSA, and has appeared before the U.S. Senate. Stoll is an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
"Fascinating...a nonfiction account that reads like a le Carr novel." -- The Seattle Times "As exciting as any action novel....A gripping spy thriller." -- The New York Times Book Review "The Cuckoo's Egg is 'reader friendly, ' even for those who have only the vaguest familiarity with computers...a true spy thriller....The hunt is gripping." -- Chicago Tribune "Stoll's is the ever-appealing story of the little man bucking the system...great fun to read...lively and thoroughly absorbing." -- The Philadelphia Inquirer