[NetBehaviour] Key hacker magazine faces closure.

marc marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Wed Jul 20 12:21:07 CEST 2005


Hi Lewis,

It is so, it is...

but, as Alan mentions it is online http://www.phrack.org/

although hard copy is nice.

marc

>Say it ain't so!!!!
>
>
>Phrack has always been my favorite hacker publication
>(they're certainly much more interesting than 2600),
>and this saddens me.
>
>
>--- marc <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:
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>>*Key hacker magazine faces closure.*
>>
>>By Mark Ward
>>
>>The in-house magazine of the digital underground,
>>Phrack, is closing 
>>after 20 years as its editorial team steps down. As
>>much manifesto as 
>>hacking handbook, the magazine was hugely
>>influential in the early days 
>>of hacker culture.
>>
>>It was very closely associated with legendary
>>hacking groups such as the 
>>Legion of Doom that were the first serious explorers
>>of cyberspace.
>>
>>As hackers moved from dial-up bulletin boards on to
>>the net, the 
>>magazine kept its place as a knowledgeable, and
>>often scurrilous, source 
>>of security information.
>>
>>For instance, issue 62 of Phrack contained articles
>>about getting round 
>>Windows buffer overflow protections, advances in
>>Windows shellcode, 
>>attacking Apache and hijacking wireless base
>>stations.
>>
>>more...
>>http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/4657265.stm
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