Book Review: The Alexandria Project

The Alexandria Project: A Tale of Treachery and Technology by Andrew Updegrove is actually a tale of technology and treachery. The tale begins with Frank Adversego, an unlikely and underappreciated protagonist who discovers an unusually diabolical malware infection at the Library of Congress. The malware distributes its way into sensitive and military networks and disgruntled, security genius Frank somehow emerges as the prime suspect as the perpetrator of the attack. Frank pursues The Alexandria Project while he is himself is pursued by competing and bumbling Three Letter Agencies. Along the way, Frank is reunited with an online colleague and mentor,…

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