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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Written it. But such is the need for fair elections; the profit motive is hard to defend in this instance, even if easy in most others. That covers the way elections ought to go from a software standpoint, I thought. But just for grins, I decided to see how many ways I could think of to manipulate the votes toward a desired outcome. Put another way, if I were an auditor reviewing code for evidence of foul play, what would I be looking for? Without much effort, the following came to mind:.
I’m a hacker. I’m not famous, but I don’t do it for the fame. I do it because that’s the way I’m programmed. But, what do I mean when I say I’m a hacker? I mean that I do things with hardware and software, computers and networks, that the designers didn’t expect me to, sometimes didn’t want me to. I don’t do it for fame, I don’t do it for money, I do it because I see things that other people miss, that they’re not able to see and that’s exciting. How I can access a network, a whole world that.
David E. Sanger. “Israeli Test on Worm Called Crucial in Iran Nuclear Delay.” New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/16/world/middleeast/16stuxnet.html Falliere, Nicolas, Liam O. Murchu, and Eric Chien. “W32.Stuxnet Dossier.” Symantec Security Response. http://www.symantec.com/content/en/us/enterprise/media/security_response/whitepapers/w32_stuxnet_dossier.pdf Matrosov, Aleksandr, Eugene Rodionov, David Harley, and Juraj Malcho. “Stuxnet Under the Microscope.” ESET.
Choose a decent bit rate from which to leech your songs. A low bit rate won’t give your songs the due they deserve. I choose to use the 320 kbps bit rate. Others may choose a different bit rate. To set up Replay Music properly, go to Settings and choose the Input tab. There you will see a choice of where you want your music files to be saved. I save mine to the desktop so I can get to them quickly and easily. You will need convenience with this as you might need to tag each song. Leeching does.
Crystal-controlled or computer-programmable. For those with access to the correct programming software and accessories, the latter are quicker and easier to reprogram. Otherwise, go with the rock-bound boards. I previously mentioned the Motorola Maxtrac and Spectra. These are readily available surplus, can be easily converted over to the ham bands, and work very well for transmitting POCSAG data. Using these radios is one of the quickest and easiest ways to get a “discriminator tap” for.