22+ quotes from Digital Fortress by Dan Brown

Quotes from Digital Fortress

Dan Brown ·  510 pages

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“Everything is possible. The impossible just takes longer.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who will guard the guards?”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Please accept this humble fax. My love for you is without wax.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Force a hand, and it will fight you. But convince and mind to think as you want it to think, an you have an ally”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“It is said that in death, all things become clear.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Who will guard the guards ? If we're the guards of society, then who will watch us and make sure that we're not dangerous?”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“You can’t jump for the stars if your feet hurt.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“And when you get where you’re going, you darn well better look great!”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Ladies and gentlemen.” He [Jabba] sighed. “Meet the kamikaze of computer invaders...the worm.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Look, you runny-nosed little runt. You're going to back off right now, or I'm going to rip that safety pin out of your nose and pin your mouth shut.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“But Susan's thoughts were far removed from the political implications of Digital Fortress. She was still struggling to comprehend its existence. She'd spent her life breaking codes, firmly denying the existence of the ultimate code. Every code is breakable - the Bergofsky Principle! She felt like an atheist coming face to face with God.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“it is said that in death, all things become clear ”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Jabba resembled a giant tadpole, like the cinematic creature for whom he was nicknamed, the man was a hairless spheroid. As resident guardian angel of all NSA computer systems, Jabba marched from department to department, tweaking, soldering, and reaffirming his credo that prevention was the best medicine. No NSA computer had ever been infected under Jabba's reign; he intended to keep it that way.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“An unbreakable code is a mathematical impossibility! He knows that!”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“You can't jump for the stars if your feet hurt. And when you get where you're going, you darn well better look great!”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Force a hand, and it will fight you. But convince a mind to think as you want it to think, and you have an ally.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Siapa yang akan mengawasi sang pengawas?”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
Kto bude strážiť strážcov?”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“the NSA lived by its motto: Everything is possible. The impossible just takes longer.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“Tutto è possibile; l'impossibile richiede soltanto più tempo.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“was Hale. He glanced toward Node 3, wondering if the cryptographer were watching. “Fuck it,” he grumbled. Below his feet the outline of a recessed trapdoor”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


“It came from the world’s first computer – the Mark 1 – a room-size maze of electromechanical circuits built in 1944 in a lab at Harvard University. The computer developed a glitch one day, and no one was able to locate the cause. After hours of searching, a lab assistant finally spotted the problem. It seemed a moth had landed on one of the computer’s circuit boards and shorted it out. From that moment on, computer glitches were referred to as bugs.”
― Dan Brown, quote from Digital Fortress


About the author

Dan Brown
Born place: in Exeter, New Hampshire, The United States
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