"Like other contractors, the Raytheon teams set up
"honey pots," the equivalent of sting operations, to lure hackers
into digital cul-de-sacs that mimic Pentagon Web sites. They then
capture the attackers' codes and create defenses for them.
"And since most of the world's computers run on the Windows or
the Linux systems, their work has also provided a growing window
into how to attack foreign networks in any cyberwar.
""It takes a nonconformist to excel at what we do," said Mr.
Gillette, a tanned surfing aficionado who looks like a 1950s
hipster in his T-shirts with rolled-up sleeves."