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Phrack Magazine issue 47

Phrack Magazine issue 47



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==Phrack Magazine==Volume Six, Issue Forty-Seven, File 1 of 22Issue 47 Index___________________P H R A C K 4 7April 15, 1995___________________"Mind The Gap"This issue is late, so is my tax return, but I have a lot of excuses forboth.Lots of things have happened since last issue. I've been hassled by thepolice for publishing Phrack. I've been to the Pyramids at Giza andthe tombs in the Valley of the Kings. I've been to London several timesand met spies from MI5 and GCHQ. I watched almost everyone I know get busted.I went to check out NORAD and then skiied Breckenridge. And I quit my jobat Dell Computers after almost 3 years.Unemployment is great. One of the best things about it is sleeping till noon.On the other hand, one of the worst things about it is that you sleep untilnoon. It's been interesting anyway. I've been doing a lot of reading: priceevaluation of the forensic chemistry section of the Sigma Chemicals catalog,the rantings of Hunter S. Thompson, the amazing cosmetic similarities betweenInternational Design Magazine and Wired, Victor Ostrovsky's Mossad books, everyUNIX book ever written, every book on satellite communications ever written,and hundreds of magazines ranging from Film Threat to Sys Admin to MonitoringTimes to Seventeen. Lord knows what I'll do with this newfound wealth ofinformation.Anyway, amongst all this, I've been trying to get things organized forSummercon this June 2,3,4 in Atlanta Georgia. One of the other factors inthe delay of Phrack was the hotel contract, so I could include full conferencedetails in this issue. By the way, you are all invited.Wait a minute, someone said something about busts? Yes. There were busts.Lots of them. Raids upon raids upon raids. Some local, some federal. SomeJustice, some Treasury. You probably haven't read of any of these raids,nor will you, but they happened. It has always been my policy not toreport on any busts that have not gained media coverage elsewhere, soI'm not going to go into any details. Just rest somewhat assured thatif you haven't been raided by now, then you probably won't be. (At leastnot due to these particular investigations.)People, if we all just followed one simple rule none of us would everhave any problems: DO NOT HACK ANYTHING IN YOUR OWN COUNTRY. If you areGerman, don't hack Germany! If you are Danish, don't hack Denmark! If youare Australian, don't hack Australia! IF YOU ARE AMERICAN, DON'T HACKAMERICA!The last controversy surrounding this issue came at the last possiblesecond. In the several years that I've been publishing Phrack, we'verevieved all kinds of files, but remarkably, I've never really recieved
any "anarchy" files. However, in the last several months I've been inundatedwith files about making bombs. There were so many coming in, that I reallycouldn't ignore them. Some of them were pretty damn good too. So I figured,I'll put several of them together and put in ONE anarchy file as a kind oftongue-in-cheek look at the kind of stupidity we have floating aroundin the underground.Then the bomb went off in Oklahoma City.Then Unabomb struck again.Then the politicos of the world started spouting off about giving thefederal law enforcement types carte blanche to surveil and detain peoplewho do things that they don't like, especially with regards to terroristlike activites.Normally, I don't really give a damn about possible reprocussions of mywriting, but given the political climate of the day, I decided thatit would really be stupid for me to print these files. I mean,one was REAL good, and obviously written by someone who learned "British"English in a non English-speaking country. I mentioned my concerns toan individual who works with the FBI's counter-terrorism group, and wastold that printing the file would probably be the stupidest thing I couldpossibly do in my entire life...PERIOD.So the file is nixed. I really feel like I'm betraying myself and myreadership, for giving into the underlying political climate of the day, andfalling prey to a kind of prior-restraint, but I really don't need the grief.I'm on enough lists as it is, so I really don't need to be the focus ofsome multi-jurisdictional task-force on terrorism because I publisheda file on how to make a pipe bomb over the Internet. (Hell, I'm now evenon the Customs Department's list of ne'er-do-wells since someone from Europethought it would be funny to send me some kind of bestiality magazinewhich was siezed. Thanks a lot, asshole, whoever you are.) Obviously, themedia think the net is some kind of hotbed for bomb-making info, so I'musually the first to satisfy their most warped yellow-journalisticfantasies, but not this time.I really hate what I see coming because of the mess in Oklahoma. Ifthe American government does what I suspect, we will be seeinga major conservative backlash, a resurgence of Hoover-esque power in theFBI, constitutional amendments to limit free speech, and a bad timefor everyone, especially known-dissenters and suspicious folk likeyours truly. Be very afraid. I am.But anyway, enough of my rambling, here is Issue 47.-------------------------------------------------------------------------READ THE FOLLOWINGIMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATIONCorporate/Institutional/Government: If you are a business,institution or government agency, or otherwise employed by,contracted to or providing any consultation relating to computers,telecommunications or security of any kind to such an entity, thisinformation pertains to you.
You are instructed to read this agreement and comply with itsterms and immediately destroy any copies of this publicationexisting in your possession (electronic or otherwise) untilsuch a time as you have fulfilled your registration requirements.A form to request registration agreements is providedat the end of this file. Cost is $100.00 US per user forsubscription registration. Cost of multi-user licenses will benegotiated on a site-by-site basis.Individual User: If you are an individual end user whose useis not on behalf of a business, organization or governmentagency, you may read and possess copies of Phrack Magazinefree of charge. You may also distribute this magazine freelyto any other such hobbyist or computer service provided forsimilar hobbyists. If you are unsure of your qualificationsas an individual user, please contact us as we do not wish towithhold Phrack from anyone whose occupations are not in conflictwith our readership._______________________________________________________________Phrack Magazine corporate/institutional/government agreementNotice to users ("Company"): READ THE FOLLOWING LEGALAGREEMENT. Company's use and/or possession of this Magazine isconditioned upon compliance by company with the terms of thisagreement. Any continued use or possession of this Magazine isconditioned upon payment by company of the negotiated feespecified in a letter of confirmation from Phrack Magazine.This magazine may not be distributed by Company to anyoutside corporation, organization or government agency. Thisagreement authorizes Company to use and possess the number of copiesdescribed in the confirmation letter from Phrack Magazine and for whichCompany has paid Phrack Magazine the negotiated agreement fee. Ifthe confirmation letter from Phrack Magazine indicates that Company'sagreement is "Corporate-Wide", this agreement will be deemed to covercopies duplicated and distributed by Company for use by any additionalemployees of Company during the Term, at no additional charge. Thisagreement will remain in effect for one year from the date of theconfirmation letter from Phrack Magazine authorizing such continued useor such other period as is stated in the confirmation letter (the "Term").If Company does not obtain a confirmation letter and pay the applicableagreement fee, Company is in violation of applicable US Copyright laws.This Magazine is protected by United States copyright laws andinternational treaty provisions. Company acknowledges that no title tothe intellectual property in the Magazine is transferred to Company.Company further acknowledges that full ownership rights to the Magazinewill remain the exclusive property of Phrack Magazine and Company willnot acquire any rights to the Magazine except as expressly setforth in this agreement. Company agrees that any copies of theMagazine made by Company will contain the same proprietarynotices which appear in this document.In the event of invalidity of any provision of this agreement,the parties agree that such invalidity shall not affect the validity

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