Quote: "Some of the computer attack tools, such as SATAN, are now so user-friendly that very little computer experience or knowledge is required to launch automated attacks on systems. Also, informal hacker groups, such as the 2600 club, the Legions of Doom, and Phrackers Inc., openly share information on the Internet about how to break into computer systems. This open sharing of information combined with the availability of user-friendly and powerful attack tools makes in relatively easy for anyone to learn how to attack systems or to refine their attack techniques." - General Accounting Office report entitled "Computer Attacks at Department of Defense Pose Increasing Ricks". The only names they got right in this quote were SATAN and Internet. Notes: Page 40 discusses an AT&T check that is not in the index.
Nom de plume
Discusses detailed information on phonecards (or chipcards) and provides details on how to test the card and find out its secrets.
In Best of 2600 book?
A slang term coined to describe the activity of a subculture of people who study, experiment with, or explore telecommunication systems. (more..)
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