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  1. Als Nelson Mandela noch Staatsfeind Nummer Eins war und das Apartheidsregime die heutige Regierungspartei ANC als Terroristengruppe bekämpfte, bastelten südafrikanische Aktivisten in den Achtzigerjahren ein Krypto-Netzwerk.
  2. 11-04-2013 to , , by totpunk and -1 others
  3. Home of the Social Engineer Toolkit
  4. Some hackers use software and hardware to express themselves creatively—either solving entirely novel technical challenges or finding new ways to skin the same old cats. Others are motivated by money, power, politics, or pure mischief. They steal identities, deface Web sites, and break into supposedly secure and certainly sensitive databases. We at IEEE Spectrum have written dozens of stories about both—the Steampunkers and Arduino do-it-yourselfers, on the one hand, the Anonymous and Lulzsec ne’er-do-wells on the other. Inspired by New York Magazine's Approval Matrix, we took 25 of the biggest and best stories and assessed them along two dimensions: innovation and impact. Whether you agree with our assessments or not, we'd like to hear what you think.
    25-07-2011 to by totpunk and -1 others
    06-07-2011 to , , by reefu and -1 others
  6. underground hacker zine
    27-09-2010 to , , , by olodumare and -1 others
  7. 19-05-2010 to , , , by tante and -1 others
  8. An extensive catalog of all things open.
  9. The first two volumes of Wizzywig, Ed Piskor's wonderful graphic memoir of the early days of the BBS/hacking/phreaking scene, have been posted online.

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