Analyzer: Primed to Kill Since 6
Wired News Report 
James Glave   
11:56am  1.Apr.98.PST

The Israeli teenager who cracked the Pentagon says he got his first computer at age 6 and used to go
on 15-hour search -and-destroy missions against neo-Nazi, pedophile, and anti-Israeli Web sites.

"I would move around the Internet asking myself: 'Who should die today?'" Ehud Tenenbaum, the
18-year-old known as Analyzer told Jerusalem's Yediot Ahronot. "And by 'die,' I mean cut off from the

[Basic math: 1998. 18 year old. Born in 1980. First computer when he was 6 (1986).
"used to go on 15-hour search-and-destroy missions against... anti-Israeli Web sites". HTML 
was not widely used until 1993. (pointed out by Steve Birnbaum (]

Other Analyzer nuggets from today's newspaper interview:

"I feel a sort of high from the attention and care surrounding me," says the soon-to-be draftee who
was celebrated at his local disco last week. "But to do it all over again? It's hard to say, but I
imagine I would not go into the Pentagon site. When I went there, I just didn't know what I had
gotten into."

  He's dyslexic (which would seem to explain the cryptic, immature Net communiques of Analyzer and
his hacker pals). "I can't read words which are more complex than three or four letters ... but I
have a very good memory." With his computer impounded, Analyzer spends his evenings reading computer
books and playing chess alone.