Tag: Hacking

  • The Crime of Punishment

    [This was originally published on The Synthesis and mirrored on attrition.org.] As you read this, an unusual legal case history is being established around the prosecution of computer crime. Because computer crime is still a relatively new aspect in the arena of law and prosecution, each and every case sets important precedent that will be […]

  • The State of the Net… if hackers were smart.

    [This was originally published on Hacker News Network (HNN) and mirrored on attrition.org.] You sit down at your work computer, ready for another day of work and Internet. Logging into your secure Windows NT machine, you check the daily mail and see that everything is smooth. No users forgot their password, no security alarms were […]

  • Practical Sendmail Routing

    [This was originally published in Phrack Magazine #53 and mirrored on attrition.org.] Intro: This article will be short and sweet as the concept and methodology are quite simple. UUCP Style routing has been around longer than most newbie hackers, yet it is a foreign concept to them. In past years, Phrack has seen at least […]

  • #218: Half an Ass

    [F.U.C.K. is an e-zine that I started on January 24, 1993 and ended on January 24, 2000. One concept is that articles should be timeless if possible, so they were not released with dates. As such, the date on this blog is not exact but I will try to use a date as close as […]

  • #108: I Wanna Know

    [F.U.C.K. is an e-zine that I started on January 24, 1993 and ended on January 24, 2000. One concept is that articles should be timeless if possible, so they were not released with dates. As such, the date on this blog is not exact but I will try to use a date as close as […]

  • #107: H0H0 ’94

    [F.U.C.K. is an e-zine that I started on January 24, 1993 and ended on January 24, 2000. One concept is that articles should be timeless if possible, so they were not released with dates. As such, the date on this blog is not exact but I will try to use a date as close as […]