Hack This Zine #2: notes from the hacker underground

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This issue: hack this site founder raided by fbi (this is the excellent Jeremy Hammond, currently doing time, send him a letter); right wing hackers target indymedia network; directnic enforces icann whois contact info accuracy; the art of the cipherer; finding and exploiting php script vulnerabilities; a compilation on a low level; security access, backdoors, and gaining permissions; security culture; and more...

This is a pamphlet based out of San Francisco, CA, U.S.A., focusing on computer hacking, life hacking, interviews, politics, and social commentary. The mission of HTZ is to research, create and disseminate information, tools, and tactics that empower people to use technology in a way that is liberating. They support and strengthen local communities through education and action. They strive to learn from each other and focus their skills toward creative goals, to explore and research positive hacktivism, and to defend a free internet and free society.

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