God of the Internet by Lynn Lipinski

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A deadly and exhilarating game of cat and mouse that has all the makings of an engaging series about fighting terrorists.
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When a hacker known as G0d_of_Internet hijacks millions of computers to do the bidding of an Islamic jihadist group, their first act is to disrupt the water treatment systems in Boston, Dallas and Los Angeles. Next, the power grids go down. Is this the start of a digital world war? The only thing standing between the terrorists and their goal to weaponize the internet is a small band of white hat hackers, including cybersecurity guru Mahaz Al-Dossari and his wife Juliana. The search is on for a couple hundred lines of code and a global hacker network before they can make good on their ultimate threat to divert money from the world's banks. But G0d_of_Internet has been tracking their every move. And it's Juliana, a PR manager lacking in technical skills, who may hold the key to unmasking the hacker.

 

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Published August 16, 2016 by Majestic Content Los Angeles. 245 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction
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on Jun 20 2016

A deadly and exhilarating game of cat and mouse that has all the makings of an engaging series about fighting terrorists.

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