2600: The Hacker Quarterly, Winter 2002-2003
2600: The Hacker Quarterly is a quarterly American publication that specializes in publishing technical information on a variety of subjects including telephone switching systems, Internet protocols and services, as well as general news concerning the computer "underground" and libertarian issues. The magazine is published and edited by its founder Emmanuel Goldstein (a pen name of Eric Corley and allusion to George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four) and his non-profit company 2600 Enterprises, Inc. 2600 Magazine is released on the first Friday of the month following a season change, January, April, July and October.
Passport Hacking Revisited
Lazy Exchange Admins
CD Media Data Destruction
How to Make a DVD Backup
Honeypots: Building the Better Hacker
DNS Redirection Stopped
More on Telemarketing
Cracking Voter Fraud
Linux on the Xbox
Removing Spyware and Adware
Exposing the Coinstar Network
A Dumpster Diving Treasure
DMCA vs. DMCRA
A Brief Introduction to Deepfreeze
Beating Download Manager Protection
DHCP is Your Friend!
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