2600 Magazine: The Hacker Quarterly (Summer 2011)
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2600 Magazine is the world's foremost journal on computer hacking and technological manipulation and control. Published by hackers since 1984, 2600 is a true window into the minds of some of today's most creative and intelligent people. The de facto voice of a new generation, this publication has its finger on the pulse of the ever-changing digital landscape. Available for the first time in a digital edition, 2600 continues to bring unique voices to an ever growing international community interested in privacy issues, computer security, and the digital underground.
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deactivate, the Internet at their discretion. Now imagine plugging a device about the size of a standard USB WiFi adapter into your computer, setting up an antenna, and being able to receive news and information from orbiting satellites even when you can’t get access to the Internet. But instead of these satellites being owned and operated by a government or corporation, imagine they were completely under the control of ordinary citizens. Such a network would be indispensable for combating
website after reading some of the latest news on Julian Assange. I live in the New York City area and wasn’t aware of this conference which interests me. I don’t know much about hacking and computer security in general and don’t have any friends who do either. I was wondering what’s the best way to get in touch with people who do? For example, some websites, forums, people, books, etc. I am a curious person and like to learn about various things, but I also had some questions about website and
thing the cages are good for is to block us from refilling the paper without calling a staff member with a key (unless one tilted it up in the overly large space and filled it that way). The Print button is disabled on all of the machines except for the Print Station. When something is printed from one of the regular computers, it is placed into the Print Station’s queue. You must then log into it and send it on to the printer. Labels can be printed for free, up to a limit of five per day.
clergy, business, etc.), country, zip code (which automatically fills in the city and state fields), and address. The street is chosen from a dropdown populated with all available choices. Additional fields include telephone number, email address, re: and comment. None of these are verified in any way whatsoever. Certain addresses are not allowed, such as the address of the institution. They don’t want us to waste labels by printing return addresses for the envelopes, or to give to our families
experimentation. All that surplus VHF-high band gear will move over to the MURS channels with no problems whatsoever. The older wideband stuff will need to be used on the wideband MURS frequencies (154.57 and 154.60 MHz), and you will need to crank the power down to two watts or less. In a similar vein, I was experimenting with some older Motorola Bravo pagers (POCSAG) on the UHF business band (464 MHz) to see how well they would perform when the customer in question narrowbanded their business’