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The hacker Lilith Wittmann in conversation › jojo Reviews

The network activist, hacker and co-founder of the IT security collective “Zerforschung”, Lilith Wittmann, has made a name for itself in recent months and years in the security scene and among technically interested network participants with some sometimes spectacular actions.

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Lilith Wittmann | Image: Martin Moerke

Lots of spectacular actions

Among other things, Wittmann searched the commercial register, which is now generally accessible, for information that is difficult to access and now offers it for research purposes.

Previously, Wittmann hired identity service provider Verimi, which is in turn working on a standard for digitizing ID cards and driver’s licenses, and accused the company of actively misleading authorities.

Using an Apple AirTag, Wittmann discovered secret locations of German intelligence services in March. In the fall of last year, the hacker clashed with the CDU, which, after pointing out serious flaws in its own iPhone applications, sent the internal legal department on the trail instead of the flower delivery service and a box of Merci chocolate. .

An exciting biography that brings us to the discussion format “Haecksen in the Metaverse”, in which Wittmann was recently a guest as part of Code Week Baden-Württemberg at the Stuttgart City Library on Mailänder Platz.

70 minutes conversation

The recording of the 70-minute dialogue between Lilith Wittmann and the presenter and journalist Björn Springorum is now available to listen and watch both as an MP3 recording and on YouTube, offering you unpretentious but substantial entertainment aimed at all interested parties. have a fundamental interest in Wittmann’s work.

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Written by Kim Anderson

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