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2600 V22-3

2600 V22-3

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  • Questions
  • Data Destruction, Covering Your Tracks, and MBSA
  • Stupid Webstat Tricks
  • A Randomizing WiFi MAC Address AP Hopper
  • Fun with the PRO-83
  • Getting More out of SSH
  • Using Tor and SSH Tunneling
  • Reverse Remote Access
  • Securing a Drive
  • Javascript Injection
  • Climbing the SonicWall
  • Verizon Fios - Fiber to the Home
  • Improving Stealth With Autoruns
  • SQL Exploits
  • Hexing the Registry
  • Not Working at a Call Center
  • Securing Your Wireless Network
  • The Continuing War on Spyware
  • Hacking Image Shack
  • I Am Not a Hacker
  • Security Pitfalls for Inexperienced Web Designers
  • A Peek Inside a Simple ATM Machine
  • How to Get Responses Through Deception
  • The Ancient Art of Tunneling, Rediscovered
  • Forging an Identity
2600: The Hacker Quarterly is a renowned and influential magazine that focuses on the exploration and analysis of technology, hacking, and computer security. Founded in 1984 by Eric Corley, also known as "Emmanuel Goldstein," 2600 has played a pivotal role in the hacker community and has become a symbol of free speech and digital activism.

The magazine's name, 2600, refers to the frequency used by early hackers to access and manipulate the tones used by analog telephone systems. It represents the magazine's commitment to uncovering the inner workings of technology and challenging the status quo.

2600 provides a platform for hackers, researchers, and technology enthusiasts to share knowledge, ideas, and experiences. The magazine covers a wide range of topics, including hacking techniques, network security, privacy, cryptography, and the social implications of technology. It features thought-provoking articles, interviews with prominent figures in the hacker community, and detailed technical analyses.

Throughout its history, 2600 has championed the principles of freedom of information and the right to explore and understand technology. The magazine has been at the forefront of advocacy for digital rights, privacy, and civil liberties, often exposing vulnerabilities and challenging corporate and governmental surveillance practices.

Beyond its printed publication, 2600 has fostered a vibrant hacker community through events such as the "HOPE" (Hackers On Planet Earth) conference, which brings together hackers and technology enthusiasts from around the world to exchange knowledge and ideas.

With its unwavering commitment to uncovering the truth and challenging the power structures surrounding technology, 2600 continues to inspire and empower generations of hackers, technologists, and activists. It remains a respected and influential voice in the world of computer security, advocating for a more open, transparent, and secure digital future.
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