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Episode 7 Security

Royston Mundt oversimplifies the intricacies of internet web security.

Did you know?

In 1971, John Draper (no relation to Don) assumed the moniker “Captain Crunch” after discovering the toy whistle found inside Captain Crunch cereal boxes emitted the same 2600 Hz tone that controlled AT&T's long distance switches. Thus, Draper and his fellow “phreakers” could now call mom for free.

Royston Mundt Illustration

Royston Mundt wasn’t always the polished, erudite beacon of awesomeness we know him as today. Find out more about our 25th Anniversary spokesperson and his fascinating lifestory.

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