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Next Issue (Fall 2008):
Shellcode Development in C
Reverse Engineering Binary Kernel Modules
Vulnerabilities in Code Easily Mapped
Large Scale SSH Server Portscanning Results
Base-N Math Without Zero
Sudo and Su Considered Harmful, Sudo/Su Bruteforce Utility
Japanese Spam Analysis (or Artificially Intelligent Teaching by Statistics)

Current Issue (May 2008):
AltSci Concepts IAX2 Exploit Framework
TCPDump Watch Traffic Analysis
AltSci Concepts Virus Analysis
Developing with Linux in Mind
Silly Images Algorithm

Previous Issue (Jan 2008):
Small Wide World
SSH Bruteforce Virus
Elf Binary Infection
IAX2 protocol flaw DoS
Packet Capture Dump with libpcap
Bittorrent Protocol Attack
Creating Silly Images
An Open Letter to Deutscher Bundestag RE: StGB § 202 aka Anti-hacking law

Nov 2006 Issue:
Basic Image and Text Steganography and Steganalysis
Practical Cryptography and Cryptanalysis
Webcam Algorithm Input Method 5
OpenSSL Blowfish Bruteforce Attack
Spam Server Analysis 0.6
LSASS Vulnerability Update
AI Coder for Fuzzing Scripting Languages

Sept 2006 Issue:
Good Bad Attitude
Reverse Shellcode for Linux
Network Config Utility
Botnets
Botnets Neg9 Hands-on Tutorial
Spam Server Analysis

May 2006 Issue:
Network Protocols
Linhat/AltBot IRC Bot
Decode Aiken Biphase (Magnetic Strip)
UDP Session Development
UDP Blowfish Wrapper Library
SFTP Trojan
MD5 Collision Parser

November 2005 Issue:
Robot Cat 1
Website Signing
Networking Mapping
Ident Protocol Scan
AltSci Concepts IAX2 Exploit Framework TCPDump Watch Traffic Analysis AltSci Concepts Virus Analysis Developing with Linux in Mind Silly Images Algorithm
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by ZgkpbEhcCNgruxAE on 12/31/12
I at least liked that they got some things right and expilaned some technical stuff rather well, for a movie. Heck, they even talked about what amounts to a fast flux DNS structure, without actually saying the name.But yeah, some of the actual overarching things like casually taking over someone's system, one-click killing a site an a random US ISP, or viewing the website from a home connection (even if from an FBI-issued laptop connected to a VPN at work), were Hollywood-ized and much quicker/successful than the real world. But hey, that's why we watch movies and not documentaries all the time...
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