Crashing the Sentinel Evan McTeagle

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Published: December 3rd 2015

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317 pages


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Crashing the Sentinel  by  Evan McTeagle

Crashing the Sentinel by Evan McTeagle
December 3rd 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 317 pages | ISBN: | 9.70 Mb

In Virginia, for reasons unknown, a group of agents inside the National Security Agency’s darkest and most covert unit seditiously attempts to destroy all vestiges of a top-secret database file. The lone surviving rebel realizes, to her horror, thatMoreIn Virginia, for reasons unknown, a group of agents inside the National Security Agency’s darkest and most covert unit seditiously attempts to destroy all vestiges of a top-secret database file.

The lone surviving rebel realizes, to her horror, that a failsafe copy of the file remains hidden on an unknown computer inside a company’s Philadelphia network.Desperate to remain discrete and recover the file before anyone discovers its mishandling, the NSA’s understaffed data caretakers decide to use a team of cyber experts to recover the missing data for them. They hastily fabricate a hacker competition with a lucrative prize. The enticing reward for the datas return, however, is not at all as innocent as it appears, since the ideal participants are hackers who can be made to stealthily vanish after winning.Jimmy Salblyer, an intense, haunted man, leads a small band of Philadelphia-based, underground “gray hat” hackers who use their technical skills to earn a living - invisibly.

Salblyer’s fraying, but unassuming team - Neil McGee, Chris Lodge, and Alan Scott - receives the deceptive NSA offer. At the same time, they receive a relentless push from a mysterious, newly-relocated barista, Gina Shuler, to join their group.As murky, international parties vie for a shot at obtaining the priceless, hidden data, Salblyers team becomes entangled in an expanding web of unseen, murderous threats.

When the team finally realizes the depths of their dire circumstances, the furious effort to escape begins.



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