Computer Down-Under-Ground Digest. Volume 1, Number 3. Sun, 15 Mar 1992
Usenet: firstname.lastname@example.org (International and in NZ)
FidoNet: Aaron Schiff 3:772/110.0 (In NZ only)
Demi-Monde: Aaron Schiff 199:310/1.0 (In NZ only)
SUPPORT BBS: The Miser's Vault. Phone: 820-2164, 24hrs.
IN NORWAY: Digital Express BBS, Phone: +47 7 145032
DISCLAIMER: The views presented herein do not necessarily represent the
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1. Editor's Report.
2. Changes to CDUGD.
3. Response to 'Hacking in NZ'.
4. Whistleblowers BBS Extremely Successful.
5. Large Text File Collection.
This third issue has come out much quicker than I thought it would. This is mainly due to a large article by Frenchman Jean-Bernard Condat. Also, would readers please read the article 'Changes to CDUGD' and comment on whether or not they think the changes are a good idea.
LAW SPECIAL: Issue #1.05 is to be a 'Law Special'. In this issue I wish to
focus on the New Zealand and Australian laws regarding computer crime (eg Hacking, Fraud etc..) For this I need:
The deadline for submissions to this special issue is March 25th although submissions I receive soon after this date will not be rejected.
NORWAY: People in Norway can download CDUGD from Digital Express BBS - the
phone number is at the top of this issue.
Enjoy the 3rd issue!
A few changes are to be made to CDUGD. None of them are major, but I hope that they will improve the overall success of CDUGD. The changes are:
1) Coverage: CDUGD will still be mostly New Zealand oriented, however, I
have decided that articles about non - New Zealand computing issues will be accepted. I hope that this will broaden the target audience of CDUGD as well as raise the number of contributions.
2) Australia: This is not yet a definite change, I am thinking of
including Australian articles as a normal part of the digest. The decision as to whether or not to do this has not yet been made. I would like readers to comment (in public or privately) on whether or not this should be done. If you are reading this in Australia, please contact me if you are able to help out with the Australian side of things in any way (eg distribution, writing articles etc...)
3) CDUGD News: This will be a regular column (similar to 'PHRACK World
News' and is just short descriptions of events happening in the computing world. I need someone to write this column on a regular basis. Any volunteers?
This article is in response to the article 'Hacking in NZ' by The Death Pirate and published in CDUGD #1.02>6 Hacking In NZ - By The Death Pirate
"Hacking" (see arguments re: cracking/hacking...sheesh, everyone bags people for confusing the two) essentially means unauthorised access to a computer. The more "deviant" the intention behind the intent, then (as a general rule - see the decision on appeal in the R T Morris appeal, which was as a result of the particular drafting of the legislation) the greater the penalty involved.
>This is one point which was heard in the recent trial of a 19 year old
>hacker in the USA, (refer to your PC World).
Robert Tappan Morris Jnr. (son of Robert Morris, NSA scientist). He was given a suspended sentence, good behaviour bond and a fair amount of community services.
>However, really what it should mean is to force, hack into a system
>without an account or permission.
Not necessarily... the way most legislation is drafted would catch an authorised user (i.e. with legitimate account + password) trying to execute an unauthorised process/command!
>The Author Deliberately left out details which he thought could have
>enabled any illegal action.
Which "he thought could have enabled any illegal action"...this is hardly conclusive!
As a side note, as NZ and Australia appear to be strengthening economic ties etc, it is likely that we may see the sharing of services (airlines today, maybe telecommunications tomorrow!).
Under recent amendments to the Commonwealth Crimes Act (Pt IVA), persons who gain unauthorised access to Cth. computers (or computers which the Cth government have an interest [defined in the legislation]) can be prosecuted under the Act.
Of particular note is the section which would appear to provide that persons who use a service provided by a Cth authority or body (which one would assume would include Telecom??) is also liable for prosecution!!
Thus, practically anyone who uses a modem to "hack" into a computer could find themselves liable to prosecution under the Cth Act!
Should there be sufficient interest, I could look into this matter further.
------------- Verbose Disclaimer Follows -------------
Articled Clerk (Slave) | Tutor Messrs Cridlands, | Law School Barristers and Solicitors. | Northern Territory University
Darwin, NT Australia
The views expressed herein are neither a reflection of the views held by my employer nor those of the NTU. They are not to be taken (unless otherwise indicated) as a formal legal opinion or advice given in my professional capacity.
Whistle-blowers may now anonymously report government fraud, waste, and
abuse via computer to the House Government Operations sub-committee on
Government Information, Justice, and Agriculture. The number for the
computer system, which will accept files and messages, is (202) 225-5527.
Aliases are permitted.
The Truelson' PhD published in 1986, draws upon the theorical framework
of systemic corruption--an organized conspiracy to suppress revelation of
corrupt practices--to propose a retaliation model to account for organiza-
tional retaliation against whistleblowers with legitimate protests. This
study is one basis of this incredible bulletin board.
House Government Information Subcommittee's whistleblower computer BBS
has been "tremendously successful" and has generated about "50 substantive
leads" in its two months of operation, Subcommittee Chief Counsel Robert
Gellman said. Board has received 700-800 calls, many from curious browsers
who want to see what's available and others who want to discuss policy
But Gellman said board was designed solely to allow whistle-blowers to post private notes to alert Subcommittee to instances of waste, fraud and abuse, so there isn't much for anyone else to see. There are no files available to download or bulletin to read, as there are on most bulletin boards. Gellman said message senders often don't use their real names, and Subcommittee staff has used electronic mail feature to send message back asking for more information.
1. Food Chemical News, December 16, 1991, ISSN 0015-6337;
2. Judith Anne Truelson, "Blowing the Whistle on systemic Corruption,"
University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA), 1986;
3. Communications Daily, February 13, 1992, ISSN 0277-0679.
THE FEDERAL WHISTLEBLOWER BBS
This bulletin board exists to help the United States Congress identify waste, fraud, and abuse in the federal government. You are invited to leave messages or upload files that relate to this purpose. There are no public files or public messages on this board.
Your SYSOP is Congressman Bob Wise from West Virginia.
The CONTENTS of all communications are confidential and not accessible to other users. However, the name you use to sign on may be visible to other users. If this is a concern, please use a pseudonym to protect your identity.
What is your FIRST name (pseudonyms okay)? CONDAT JEAN-BERNARD
User not found
Are you 'CONDAT JEAN-BERNARD' ([Y],N)? Y
What is your STATE (any entry acceptable)? LYON IN FRANCE Welcome to the FEDERAL WHISTLEBLOWER BULLETIN BOARD.
This Board is operated by an investigative subcommittee in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Your SYSOP is Congressman Bob Wise from West Virginia.
1. There are NO public files and NO public messages on this board.
If you are looking for downloads, games, etc., you won't find them here.
2. If you have a concern about protecting your identity, please use a pseudonym. Because of software limitations, the name you use to sign on with may become known to others. You may leave your real name in the contents of a message, but this is not required. THE CONTENTS OF MESSAGES CAN ONLY BE READ BY THE SYSOP. Messages cannot be read by any other user. Use the Comment command to leave messages to the Sysop.
CONDAT JEAN-BERNARD from LYON IN FRANCE
C)hange FIRST name (pseudonyms okay)/LAST name (pseudonyms okay)/STATE (any
ry acceptable), D)isconnect, [R]egister? R
Enter PASSWORD you'll use to logon again (dots echo)? .... Re-Enter password for Verification (dots echo)? ....
Please REMEMBER your password
Welcome to RBBS-PC, Condat. You have 60 mins for this session. Logging CONDAT JEAN-BERNARD
RBBS-PC 17.3C Node 1, operating at 1200 BAUD,N,8,1
| Welcome to the FEDERAL WHISTLEBLOWER BBS | +--------------------------------------------------+ Your SYSOP is Congressman Bob Wise
BBS Phone: (202) 225-5527
1) Remember your password. If you forget it, you can't read
your mail and we can't contact you.
2) Use mixed case in messages. ALL UPPER CASE IS HARD TO READ.
3) If you upload a file, please leave a message so we know who provided it. If you don't, the upload will not be acknowledged. This is NOT a requirement. Anonymous uploads are acceptable.
4) Callers may be deleted after 30 days. If this happens to you, just register again. It only takes a second.
Checking messages in MAIN..
Sorry, CONDAT, No NEW mail for you
RBBS-PC 17.3C Node 1
Caller # 1279 # active msgs: 74 Next msg # 539 ------*>>> RBBS-PC MAIN MENU <<<*------ ----- MAIL ---------- SYSTEM ---------- UTILITIES ------ ELSEWHERE --- [R]ead Mail to Me [B]ulletins [H]elp (or ?) [F]iles [C]omment to SYSOP [I]nitial Welcome [X]pert on/off [G]oodbye [Q]uit [U]tilities
MAIN: 58 min left
MAIN command <?,B,C,F,G,H,I,K,Q,R,U,X>? B
Ctrl-K(^K) / ^X aborts. ^S suspends ^Q resumes ======[ WHISTLEBLOWER BBS Bulletin Menu ]======= Bulletin Description ------- ------------------------------------- 1 Description and Purpose of this Board 2 Upload and Download Policies (NO DOWNLOADS!) 3 Operating Policies 4 How to Blow the WhistleRead what bulletin(s), L)ist, S)ince, N)ews ([ENTER] = none)? 3 Ctrl-K(^K) / ^X aborts. ^S suspends ^Q resumes
THE WHISTLEBLOWER BBS: OPERATING POLICIES
1. The highest priority on this bulletin board is protecting the
confidentiality of callers. A caller concerned about confidentiality
should use a pseudonym.
2. There is no Caller-ID service on the bulletin board's incoming
line. Incoming calls are not traced. Each caller must consider the
possibility that a call to this board is being recorded or traced at the
source of the call.
3. The Whistleblower BBS is operated by an investigative subcommittee
in the United States House of Representatives. The purpose of the board
is to assist the Congress in identifying waste, fraud, and abuse in
federal agencies, programs, contracts, and grants. No action will be
taken on any information that does not further this purpose.
4. A higher priority will be assigned to matters that involve large
amounts of federal funds or that affect health or safety. Other matters
may be pursued to the extent permitted by available resources.
5. We cannot provide any type of general assistance to callers. The
board should not be used for any political purpose or to lobby Congress on
legislative or policy matters.
6. Messages that relate to the purpose of the board will be
acknowledged. A caller who provides an investigative lead is encouraged
to call back in the event more information is required. Messages that do
not relate to the purpose of the board may not be acknowledged. Most
messages will be erased after they are read.
7. General information about investigations that result from
activities on the Whistleblower BBS may be made public, although no
information specifically identifying an individual caller will be
released. Publicity for the board will help to accomplish its purpose.
However, a caller will not necessarily be informed about the details of
any investigation that results from his or her message.
8. Information obtained on the Whistleblower BBS may be shared with
other congressional investigators, agency Inspectors General, and the
General Accounting Office (the audit arm of Congress). INFORMATION THAT
SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIES CALLERS WILL NOT BE SHARED. Callers should
identify any special confidentiality concerns or expressly state if they
need to place any specific restrictions on the use of the information that
they provide. Information will not be shared if a caller specifically
9. Casual visitors to the board may be deleted from the user base at
any time. If you call a second time and find that you are not recognized,
just re-register. It only takes a few seconds. Users not engaged in
current discussions may also be deleted as a security precaution.
10. Text files may be uploaded, preferably in ASCII format. Word
Perfect format is a second choice. Files may be compressed using standard
compression programs. Files other than text files will be immediately
11. If you attempt to use a common pseudonym (e.g., John Doe), you
may find that it is already in use. When you first enter a name not in
use, you will receive a message about the board. If you enter a name that
is known to the board, you will be asked for a password. If this happens,
you must hang up, call again, and use a different name. Anyone reading
this has already solved the problem. This paragraph is included as an
Ctrl-K(^K) / ^X aborts. ^S suspends ^Q resumes ======[ WHISTLEBLOWER BBS Bulletin Menu ]======= Bulletin Description ------- ------------------------------------- 1 Description and Purpose of this Board 2 Upload and Download Policies (NO DOWNLOADS!) 3 Operating Policies 4 How to Blow the Whistle
Read what bulletin(s), L)ist, S)ince, N)ews ([ENTER] = none)? 4
Ctrl-K(^K) / ^X aborts. ^S suspends ^Q resumes
THE WHISTLEBLOWER BBS
How to Blow the Whistle on Fraud, Waste, and Abuse
1. You do NOT have to give your name or identify yourself in any way.
But you should call again after you have left a message. Use the same
name you used the first time and see if there is an answer for you. Use
the READ MAIL TO ME command. This permits continuing communications so
that we can ask you for more information or clarification. Allow a few
days for your message to be read.
2. Remember that we are more interested in conduct involving
SIGNIFICANT amounts of federal funds or MAJOR instances of wrongdoing. We
have limited resources, and we are less likely to investigate minor
matters. When in doubt, we encourage you to report the matter and let us
3. Provide enough information so we can find and investigate the objectionable activity. Whenever possible, tell us WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, and HOW. Be as specific as possible.
4. WHO: Identify the agency, office, program, contract, or grant:
Vague: ABC Department Okay: ABC Department, Z Bureau Good: ABC Department, Z Bureau, Denver Office Better: ABC Department, Z Bureau, Denver Office, Contract Number 123-456 dated 2/1/89
5. WHAT: Describe the conduct:
Vague: Wasted Money Okay: Bought unnecessary computers Good: Bought 200 Personal Computers to use funds at the end of the fiscal year Better: John Smith authorized the purchase of 200 unneeded PCs under contract 123-456 on 9/30/91 to avoid returning excess funds to the Treasury
6. WHERE: State where the activity occurred:
Vague: Unnecessary travel Okay: Trips to Los Angeles Good: Trips from Headquarters to Los Angeles Better: John Smith authorized travel for himself from Chicago to Los Angeles every Friday before the UCLA football team played a game at home so he could watch the game
7. WHEN: Provide all relevant dates:
Vague: Last year Okay: 1990 Good: Starting in May 1990 Better: Began on May 5, 1990, continued every other week until December 14, 1991
8. WHY and HOW: Explain the conduct involved:
Vague: Broke the law Okay: Did not follow procurement rules Good: Failed to obtain sole-source contracting authority Better: Procured 1000 buses from ABC Corp. under contract number 123-456, on 5/1/90, under a sole source contract that was not approved by the contracting officer. Ctrl-K(^K) / ^X aborts. ^S suspends ^Q resumes ======[ WHISTLEBLOWER BBS Bulletin Menu ]======= Bulletin Description ------- ------------------------------------- 1 Description and Purpose of this Board 2 Upload and Download Policies (NO DOWNLOADS!) 3 Operating Policies 4 How to Blow the WhistleRead what bulletin(s), L)ist, S)ince, N)ews ([ENTER] = none)?
------*>>> RBBS-PC MAIN MENU <<<*------ ----- MAIL ---------- SYSTEM ---------- UTILITIES ------ ELSEWHERE --- [R]ead Mail to Me [B]ulletins [H]elp (or ?) [F]iles [C]omment to SYSOP [I]nitial Welcome [X]pert on/off [G]oodbye [Q]uit [U]tilities
MAIN: 55 min left
MAIN command <?,B,C,F,G,H,I,K,Q,R,U,X>? C
Type comment 60 lines max (Press [ENTER] to quit)
[--------------------------------------------------------------------- -] 1: Hallo! 2: I am a French journalist and will be very please to receive a press3: information on this curious BBS.
A)bort, C)ontinue adding, D)elete lines, E)dit a line
I)nsert lines, L)ist, M)argin change, R)evise subj, S)ave msg, ?)help Edit Sub-function <A,C,D,E,I,L,M,R,S,?>? s
Adding new msg # 539.
Receiver will be notified of new mail
------*>>> RBBS-PC MAIN MENU <<<*------ ----- MAIL ---------- SYSTEM ---------- UTILITIES ------ ELSEWHERE --- [R]ead Mail to Me [B]ulletins [H]elp (or ?) [F]iles [C]omment to SYSOP [I]nitial Welcome [X]pert on/off [G]oodbye [Q]uit [U]tilities
MAIN: 53 min left
MAIN command <?,B,C,F,G,H,I,K,Q,R,U,X>? g Log off (Y,[N])? y
Now: 03-06-1992 at 09:43:54
On for 7 mins, 5 secs 60 min left for next call today
CONDAT, Thanks and please call again!
I have gained access to a large collection of 'underground' text files. These files are available on request from me. Please send mail to the address at the top of this issue stating which file(s) you want and the address (e-mail) to which they are to be sent.
Please note that these files are at an overseas site, and therefore cost me money to access. For this reason, there is a charge for each of these text files. There is a flat rate of 10c per kilobyte (eg a 20k file would cost $2). When you request a file I will tell you the address to send the money. CDUGD is only making a slight profit on these charges - and any money made will go towards covering the costs of publication (eg Usenet e- mail charges).
FILE LIST BEGINS
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SCAN1.LZH N 26151 08-01-91 0130-Scan V1.0 tollfree # scanner TNET-LAD.TXT N 40942 08-01-91 Tymnet Local Access Directory - all dial up numbers TYMNET.TXT N 2859 08-01-91 List of US-Tymnet dialup ports NUA-WORL.LZH N 5960 08-02-91 An italian world list of NUA's HACKWWIV.TXT N 6695 08-02-91 How to hack into WWIV-BBSs . CODEHACK.EXE N 53944 08-08-91 Code Hacker V5.0 by The Wiz CUD327.TXT N 43802 08-08-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.27 CUD328.TXT N 50781 08-08-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.28 CUD325.TXT N 38422 08-09-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.25 CUD326.TXT N 40360 08-09-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.26 VMBHACK.TXT N 3920 08-10-91 Beginners VMB Hacking by The Knight ATI_01.TXT N 8010 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #01 ATI_02.TXT N 10706 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #02 ATI_03.TXT N 10864 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #03 ATI_04.TXT N 15765 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #04 ATI_05.TXT N 13528 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #05 ATI_06.TXT N 8840 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #06 ATI_07.TXT N 13544 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #07 ATI_08.TXT N 14904 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #08 ATI_10.TXT N 15573 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #10 ATI_11.TXT N 7517 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #11 ATI_12.TXT N 11967 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #12 ATI_13.TXT N 14518 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #13 ATI_14.TXT N 11257 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #14 ATI_15.TXT N 11276 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #15 ATI_16.TXT N 10760 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #16 ATI_17.TXT N 11217 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #17 ATI_18.TXT N 10857 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #18 ATI_19.TXT N 11097 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #19 ATI_20.TXT N 11313 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #20 ATI_21.TXT N 10260 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #21 ATI_22.TXT N 10416 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #22 ATI_23.TXT N 9281 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #23 ATI_24.TXT N 10097 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #24 ATI_25.TXT N 10958 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #25 ATI_26.TXT N 3810 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #26 ATI_27.TXT N 10522 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #27 ATI_28.TXT N 5020 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #28 ATI_29.TXT N 9970 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #29 ATI_30.TXT N 12063 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #30 ATI_31.TXT N 12356 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #31 ATI_32.TXT N 19011 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #32 ATI_33.TXT N 17741 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #33 ATI_34.TXT N 20272 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #34 ATI_35.TXT N 26614 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #35 ATI_36.TXT N 30897 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #36 ATI_37.TXT N 23419 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #37 ATI_38.TXT N 22981 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #38 ATI_39.TXT N 18792 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #39 ATI_40.TXT N 9157 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #40 ATI_41.TXT N 22002 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #41 ATI_42.TXT N 10058 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #42 ATI_43.TXT N 20536 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #43 ATI_44.TXT N 21786 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #44 ATI_45.TXT N 21666 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #45 ATI_46.TXT N 8604 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #46 ATI_47.TXT N 24797 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #47 ATI_48.TXT N 24106 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #48 ATI_49.TXT N 21181 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #49 ATI_50.TXT N 22141 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #50 ATI_51.TXT N 19319 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #51 ATI_52.TXT N 20485 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #52 ATI_53.TXT N 31212 08-11-91 Activist Times Inc. Issue #53 TERROR.LZH N 66766 08-11-91 Terrorists Handbook ANAR2.HHF N 9091 08-14-91 Anarchy Activation Issue #2 (Aug-91) ANAR1.HHF N 14015 08-14-91 Anarchy Activation Issue #1 (Jul-91) CUD329.TXT N 35128 08-16-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.29 CUD219.TXT N 41422 08-18-91 Computer Underground Digest #2.19 CUD320.TXT N 45665 08-18-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.20 CUD321.TXT N 36859 08-18-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.21 CUD322.TXT N 44607 08-18-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.24 CUD323.TXT N 42732 08-18-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.23 NFX#001.TXT N 16392 08-31-91 New Fone Express Issue #001 (Jun-91) NFX#002.TXT N 42226 08-31-91 New Fone Express Issue #002 (Jul-91) CUD330.TXT N 42195 08-31-91 Comp. Undergr. Digest #3.30 (Aug-91) CUD331.TXT N 44013 08-31-91 Comp. Undergr. Digest #3.31 (Aug-91) PHONEMAN.LZH N 21671 09-02-91 Phone Man U.S. Scanner TOLLFREE.TXT N 10854 09-02-91 1-800 Bulletin Board umbers 30BOXES.LZH N 46891 09-04-91 30 DIFFERENT BOX PROJECTS WP.CAP N 12052 09-06-91 Capture from Washington Post by Fred DIGIDIAL N 2360 09-11-91 An enhanced version of digidial with longer delays between 2618!2419 pulse and 2618 puls TONETEST N 736 09-12-91 Tester Norske BB-forhold CUD332.LZH N 19975 09-12-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.32 TONETEST.EXE N 776 09-13-91 Tester norske BB-Forhold PHUN1.LZH N 42702 09-15-91 Issue #1 of P/HUN From 1988. PHUN3.LZH N 99803 09-15-91 Issue #3 of P/HUN From 1989 PHRACK24.LZH N 84067 09-15-91 Issue #24 of Phrack. Old... OLIVEBOX.TXT N 4250 09-16-91 Olive Box Plans for a phone ringer SNOWBOX.TXT N 6025 09-16-91 Snow Box Plans make pirate TV sender TAP1.LZH N 67406 09-17-91 Tap Online Newsletter #1 - Dec. 1990 CUD333.LZH N 17850 09-17-91 Computer Underground Digest Issue #3.33 PHRACK31.LZH N 69257 09-17-91 Phrack Issue #31. Release 28/05/90 PPP1.TXT N 9758 09-20-91 Phuckin Phield Phreakers Newsletter #1 PPP2.TXT N 21580 09-20-91 Phickin Phield Phreakers Newsletter #2 ATI54.TXT N 13020 09-20-91 Activist Times Incorporated, Issue #54 ALCOR.LZH N 30187 09-20-91 Text from the ALCOR lawsuit. PIRATE5.LZH N 47959 09-20-91 Pirate Newsletter Issue #5 HACKUL2.LZH N 31167 09-20-91 Hackers Unlimited Issue #2 NIA71.LZH N 106006 09-20-91 Network Information Access Newsletter #71 VAX.TXT N 150591 09-21-91 The complete VAX hacking tutorial VAXHACKS.TXT N 5378 09-21-91 Another file on hacking VAX/VMS PHUN4.LZH N 83387 09-23-91 P/HUN Issue #4 PHUN5.LZH N 51918 09-23-91 P/HUN Issue #5 ANE1.TXT N 22541 09-24-91 Anarchy'N'Explosives Issue #1 ANE2.TXT N 4576 09-24-91 Anarchy'N'Explosives Issue #2 ANE3.TXT N 5765 09-24-91 Anarchy'N'Explosives Issue #3 ANE4.TXT N 5272 09-24-91 Anarchy'N'Explosives Issue #4 ANE5.TXT N 6867 09-24-91 Anarchy'N'Explosives Issue #5 ANE6.TXT N 10015 09-24-91 Anarchy'N'Explosives Issue #6 ANE7.TXT N 116939 09-24-91 Anarchy'N'Explosives Issue #7 ATI55.TXT N 11829 09-24-91 Activist Times, Inc. Issue #55 BBPLANS N 12744 09-24-91 BB Construction & Troubleshooting ANISPECS.DOC N 11264 09-24-91 MCI Document of ANI specifications BLBEXPL N 9353 09-24-91 Blue Boxing - why it works... BLUEINFO N 9629 09-24-91 Tabas' Theory of operating BB BOLLOX1 N 11488 09-24-91 Total Bollox Issue #1 Part #1 BOXBUST N 7320 09-24-91 Pacific Bell Blue Box Investigations BOXFREQ N 1912 09-24-91 Assorted Bluebox Frequeicies 0800FREE N 771 09-24-91 Some british 0800 tollfree numbers AIO5.LZH N 42749 09-24-91 AIO V5.0 for PC Access Code Finder ALTOS N 4226 09-24-91 Hacking Altos Worknet by The Loro'88 AMIDIAL.LZH N 842 09-24-91 Amidial wardialer incl. source code ARPAHACK N 10673 09-24-91 Defence Data Network Blues - Arpanet ARPANET N 6817 09-24-91 Hacking Arpanet Part 1 by The Source BANKSYS N 0 09-24-91 nothing zero bytes - delete_me_ASAP!! BANKSYS2 N 5858 09-24-91 Hacking BOA's Home Banking System 2 BCS N 2590 09-24-91 Times article to outwit Hackers BHAMUNI N 16740 09-24-91 Birmingham Uni. conn to other Ntwk's BIG_LIST.ZIP N 93325 09-24-91 <not tested> BILL N 8312 09-24-91 Anti Hacking - Emma Nicholson BILL2 N 5259 09-24-91 Anti Hacking II - Emma Nicholson BILL3 N 4728 09-24-91 Anti Hacking III - Emma Nicholson BIOC1 N 16137 09-24-91 The BIOC Files, part 1 BIOC2 N 18352 09-24-91 The BIOC Files, part 2 BIOC3 N 8509 09-24-91 The BIOC Files, part 3 BIOC4 N 15758 09-24-91 The BIOC Files, part 4 BIOC5 N 19121 09-24-91 The BIOC Files, part 5 BIOC6 N 14280 09-24-91 The BIOC Files, part 6 BIOC7 N 9216 09-24-91 The BIOC Files, part 7 BLUEDIAL.LZH N 17935 09-24-91 <not tested> BUSTER.LZH N 1622 09-24-91 Code Hacker/Scanner in pure BASIC BUTLER.LZH N 30271 09-24-91 Butler V1.03 for PC <not tested> CARDHACK N 1722 09-24-91 How to alter telephone calling cards CARRYON N 1352 09-24-91 Carry On Hacking article New Sci. CCITT N 3977 09-24-91 The X-series data network types CHAOS N 1898 09-24-91 Times article on hackers from Bonn CHASE N 3989 09-24-91 WSJ Article on hacking Chase Records CHATSYS N 640 09-24-91 Some miscellaneous Chat Systems COMLOCK N 1352 09-24-91 Com Lock hacking protection... COMPUNET.NUM N 106043 09-24-91 Compunet Numbers complete list CRIME N 6133 09-24-91 Article about Credit Card Fraud DATABASE.TXT N 319 09-24-91 A few database default backdoors DEBATE N 2219 09-24-91 Some jerk defending teenage hackers DIALPLUS N 4726 09-24-91 Some capture from PSS Dialplus UK ECOHACK N 2986 09-24-91 Hacking Econet Systems Level 3+ GRADES N 1923 09-24-91 Alternation of College Grades haha HACKAID N 5294 09-24-91 WP article about the next Band-Aid HACKTUTR N 3820 09-24-91 A hack tutur for precocious children HACKWIN N 3786 09-24-91 Times article on Hacker Test Case HISTORY N 10390 09-24-91 The HISTORY of HACKING HUNTER.LZH N 3112 09-24-91 <not tested> MEHLBOX.PBF N 16481 09-24-91 VAX Hacking - some 'C' source code NUASCAN.LZH N 68651 09-24-91 NUA Scanner for PC <not tested> NUIFIND.LZH N 4688 09-24-91 NUI Finder for C <not tested> NUIFIND2.LZH N 4794 09-24-91 NUI Finder II for PC <not tested> PABXSCAN.LZH N 2191 09-24-91 PABX Scanner for PC <not tested> PFPT111.LZH N 25665 09-24-91 Some util for PC <not tested> PORTFIND.LZH N 976 09-24-91 Port Search Program in pure BASIC SCANNER.BAS N 6528 09-24-91 Scanner in pure b-a-s-i-c SCANNER.LZH N 2873 09-24-91 maybe the same as above SEEKER.LZH N 40957 09-24-91 Seeker for PC <not tested> THIEF22.LZH N 49068 09-24-91 Code Thief V2.2 for PC WARDIAL.LZH N 3072 09-24-91 Wardialer of some kind ALARMSEC.PBF N 5356 09-24-91 The Basics About Alarm Security ANTIFREE.PBF N 2869 09-24-91 Make explosives from Anti Freeze APLUS.TXT N 20654 09-24-91 Article from A-Plus magazine Apr'87 APPVIRUS.TXT N 1704 09-24-91 Some text about Apple Virus ASPIRIN.PBF N 5309 09-24-91 Make Plastic Explosives from Aspirin ATM.DOC N 7825 09-24-91 A.T.M. Fraud Made Easy - Count Zero ATOMBOMB.DOC N 5850 09-24-91 Article on making the A-Bomb -C.Zero PLASTCHA.PBF N 641 09-24-91 Chart of some explosives effects BLEACH.PBF N 3744 09-24-91 Make Plastic Explosives from Bleach BOLLOX.LZH N 4228 09-24-91 Bollox Magazine Issue 1 Part 1 already here. BTCOSTS.CCF N 3898 09-24-91 British Telecom charges CARDSC1.TXT N 2091 09-24-91 Some text about Carding Stuff CARDSC2.TXT N 2949 09-24-91 More text about Carding Stuff CARSRCH.CCF N 1098 09-24-91 Another file on carding.... CARSRCH.PBF N 1141 09-24-91 As above: What to look for in a car CCN.CCF N 909 09-24-91 Info about CCN direct mail database CHEMIST1.DOC N 9459 09-24-91 Chemists Corner #1 - Explosives CHEMIST2.DOC N 6895 09-24-91 Chemists Corner #2 - Chemicals COMPDIA1.CCF N 5742 09-24-91 Flashbacks in the computer industry COMPDIA2.CCF N 2173 09-24-91 Flashbacks in the ... part 2 COMPSONG.CCF N 1857 09-24-91 That F*CKING computer song. . . COOKBOOK.DOC N 36864 09-24-91 Pool Fun & other cookies CORDLESS.DOC N 6668 09-24-91 Listen in on Cordless Fone Conv. CRAYFUT.CCF N 4421 09-24-91 Text aboyt CRAY & other supercompu's FLASH.DOC N 11728 09-24-91 The art of making M-80's and M-100's FORDSTEA.PBF N 1763 09-24-91 Text about stealing Ford brand cars -> don't steal mine... GELATINE.PBF N 2676 09-24-91 Nitro-Gelatin Plastique Explosive GOVTCOMP.CCF N 3010 09-24-91 Personal Info Govt Databases in UK .CCF means Corrupt Computing File .PBF means Palm Beach File GRENADE.PBF N 2053 09-24-91 hand-grenade plans Mk.I HACK3.CCF N 714 09-24-91 Hack File 3 by Corrupt Computing IBMWATER.CCF N 1571 09-24-91 Water Link Destroys Bank Mainframes IDDPHONE.CCF N 1936 09-24-91 How to call Corrupt Computing... note: the board is dead to H/P/A! ITALIAN.TXT N 1061 09-24-91 Italian Plastic Explosives JAP-PTQ.PBF N 719 09-24-91 Japanese Plastic Explosives LIE1.CCF N 1904 09-24-91 How to get anything bye lieing MAKEBOMB.DOC N 2325 09-24-91 Simple Explosive Bombs MAKE_C.PBF N 1984 09-24-91 Composition C british explosives MAKE_C2.PBF N 483 09-24-91 Composition C continued MAKE_C3.PBF N 363 09-24-91 Composition C continued MAKE_C4.PBF N 1096 09-24-91 Composition C continued MAKE_RDX.PBF N 4228 09-24-91 Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (!) MILTFREQ.PBF N 4483 09-24-91 <not tested> MOBILE.PBF N 3510 09-24-91 Mobile Radio Frequency Allocations NEWLAW.CCF N 1295 09-24-91 Loophole lets spies eavesdrop NITRO.PBF N 6798 09-24-91 Nitroglycerin plastic explosives POLICE_I.TXT N 3436 09-24-91 Police Interrogation Techniques 1 PROMOTE.CCF N 1040 09-24-91 Commercial for Corrupt Computing -forget it this board is DEAD! PSS_DDIS.CCF N 2023 09-24-91 Current PSS Dialplus Fone Numbers RADARTIN.CCF N 2651 09-24-91 History of Radio Arthur (???:-) RADARTSC.CCF N 3977 09-24-91 History of Radio Arthur (???:-) RADIAT.CCF N 3996 09-24-91 History of Radio Arthur (???:-) RAISE.DOC N 5754 09-24-91 Raising Hell #1 Metal Communications SEXRECIP.CCF N 755 09-24-91 Reciepe for Banana Bread SHOP_FUN.DOC N 11680 09-24-91 Misc. fun to check out while shoppin SLANG.CCF N 5708 09-24-91 London Slang Lexicon CUD334.TXT N 34349 09-28-91 Computer Underground Digest Issue #3.34 /NSF CUINTRO.TXT N 17516 09-28-91 Introduction to the Computer Underground/NSF DENNING.TXT N 58643 09-28-91 Text on hacking NARC1.TXT N 5187 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #1 NARC10.TXT N 3362 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #10 NARC2.TXT N 5322 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #2 NARC3.TXT N 7818 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #3 NARC4.TXT N 7313 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #4 NARC5.TXT N 4818 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #5 NARC6.TXT N 4403 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #6 NARC7.TXT N 8220 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #7 NARC8.TXT N 3721 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #8 NARC9.TXT N 5568 09-28-91 N.A.R.C. Newsletter Issue #9 SYND14.TXT N 17360 09-28-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #14 SYND15A.TXT N 15543 09-28-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #15A SYND15B.TXT N 13042 09-28-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #15B SYND16B.TXT N 15184 09-28-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #16B SYND17.TXT N 14448 09-28-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #17 SYND20A.TXT N 20071 09-28-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #20A SYND20B.TXT N 18740 09-28-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #20B Does anyone have Synd 18/19? Please UL! LOD4.TXT N 256220 09-28-91 Legion Of Doom Technical Journals #4 BOOTLEG7.TXT N 101173 09-28-91 Bootlegger Issue #7 - Old but good! LOD3.TXT N 167879 09-28-91 Legion Of Doom Technical Journals #3 BAUDYWOR.TXT N 87090 09-28-91 Baudy.World - Postmodernistic
of the hacker world
CIVILDIS.TXT N 63071 09-28-91 civil.disobedience - retype of an
PHA2.TXT N 111125 09-28-91 Phreakers/Hackers/Anarchists Newsl.#2 0001.FBI N 54977 09-29-91 Freakers Bureau Inc. -Issue 1- NIA69.TXT N 353014 10-01-91 Network Information Access Issue #69 NIA70.TXT N 464389 10-01-91 Network Information Access Issue #70 PHRACK32.TXT N 345654 10-01-91 Phrack Classic Issue #32 HACKTOOL.LZH N 423008 10-03-91 Hacking Tools Collection /\/ETWORK PHRACK33.LZH N 64676 10-05-91 Phrack Issue No.33 CUD335.TXT N 42744 10-07-91 Computer Underground Digest Issue #3.35<NSF> SYND07.TXT N 9658 10-07-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #07 SYND08.TXT N 11583 10-07-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #08 SYND09.TXT N 12207 10-07-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #09 SYND10.TXT N 11598 10-07-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #10 SYND11.TXT N 10593 10-07-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #11 SYND12.TXT N 11534 10-07-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #12 SYND13B.TXT N 15175 10-07-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #13B SYND13A.TXT N 8407 10-07-91 The Syndicate Reports, Issue #13A CYBSPACE.TXT N 21448 10-07-91 Cyberspace: Laws and confusion FBISYST.TXT N 5284 10-07-91 Info on FBI's computer systems EXPLOSIV.TXT N 6107 10-07-91 Explosives in computer systems -Time reprint TRIBE.TXT N 48612 10-07-91 Tribe: The constitution in cyberspace NIA65.TXT N 8132 10-07-91 Network Access Information Issue #65 NIA64.TXT N 15487 10-07-91 Network Information Access Issue #64 V1N4.TXT N 38463 10-10-91 Phantasy Newsletter #4 PHUN2.TXT N 154760 10-10-91 Phun Newsletter Issue #2 Has anyone got Phun 6+? Or did they stop after 5? DIAL252.LHA N 10172 10-10-91 Debugged version of Dialer V2.52 BBDREAL.LZH N 14336 10-13-91 n e w bluebox program <not tested> - TAXFREE N 2888 10-16-91 A BlueBoX specified for 020-Numbers to USA V1N1.TXT N 25513 10-16-91 Phantasy Newsletter Issue #1 V1N2.TXT N 27488 10-16-91 Phantasy Newsletter Issue #2 V1N3.TXT N 25752 10-16-91 Phantasy Newsletter Issue #3 HACKV1.0.DMS N 234995 10-20-91 Hack Master V1.0 - PBX hacker HACKM.DOC N 10290 10-20-91 Hack Master V1.0 - documentation CUD337.TXT N 34523 10-22-91 Computer Underground Digest Issue #3.37 EFF12.TXT N 28510 10-22-91 EFFector Digest Issue #12 ATI56.TXT N 30520 10-22-91 Activist Times, Inc. issue #56 CUD336.TXT N 22252 10-22-91 Computer Underground Digest Issue#3.36 LOD1.TXT N 219478 10-22-91 Legion Of Doom Technical Journals #1 CUD338.TXT N 40024 10-29-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.38 0800.TXT N 11136 10-29-91 Some 800 scans. AT&T.LZH N 3315 10-29-91 AT&T text BB-TRX.LZH N 20216 10-29-91 Bluebox text, listing of 0130- numbers. BB-XX.TXT N 5114 10-29-91 German Bluebox text. CONF2.ZIP N 10508 11-02-91 How to set up conferences with BB. The zip file is scribbled, so you get only the first part. It should be enough, though. SPINMAG.LZH N 17473 11-06-91 Story about Phreaker/Hackers from SpinRite magazine LOD2.TXT N 148592 11-06-91 Legion Of Doom/Hackers Technical Journals 2 CUD339.TXT N 30386 11-06-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.39 - NEW PEMO.EXE N 118748 11-07-91 SILENTS ANARCHY CRYSTAL PARTYDEMO
information/invitation to the christmas-
party in Denmark, be there!
NASTYJ01.ZIP N 26635 11-08-91 N.A.S.T.Y. Journal Release #1
Not very interesting, some UNIX hacking
NASTYJ02.ZIP N 7284 11-08-91 N.A.S.T.Y. Journal Release #2
Som fight with MOD. Includes all of
stuff on som UNIX machine
NASTYJ03.ZIP N 77937 11-08-91 N.A.S.T.Y. Journal Release #3 ATI57.LZH N 14565 11-10-91 Activist Times, Inc. Issue 57 - GET THIS! WB5 N 123224 11-11-91 White Box 5.0 CUD341.LZH N 15476 11-23-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.41 CUD340.LZH N 17427 11-23-91 Computer Underground Digest #3.40 BB-MFD2.LZH N 10833 11-24-91 Multi Frequency Dialer V2.52 SU-DAIL.LZH N 11423 11-24-91 Super Dial V1.01 TPB.LZH N 13177 11-24-91 The Phraud Box V1.0 KCAMIGA.ZIP N 28744 11-24-91 Killer Cracker V7.0 UNIX pw hacker _C_DBBOX.ZIP N 40147 11-24-91 Chronos Bluebox Deluxe V1.0 (basic) FONE.ZIP N 37816 11-24-91 History of British Phreaking HISTORY.ZIP N 5475 11-24-91 Phreakers Phunhouse fone-guide INFOTIK.ZIP N 72394 11-24-91 Informatik Magazine Issue No.1 KP1XXST.ZIP N 4158 11-24-91 AT&T/BOC Routing Codes DMSCA95.SFX N 21212 12-01-91 DMS Checker/Text Adder for SYSOP BLIEB22.LZH N 7086 12-01-91 Blieb V2.2 bluebox update PHRACK35.ZIP N 142566 12-02-91 Issue 35 of Phrack!!! FREQS.DOC N 3725 12-06-91 The new CCITT#5 frequencies! PRD-KH.DMS N 291025 12-07-91 Killer Cracker V2.0 unix pw hacker H-FUTURE.TXT N 0 12-08-91 Hack To The Future - article typed in from Compute Mag. by MetalliKat/Oracle!!! H_FUTURE.TXT N 5229 12-08-91 Hack To The Future - article typed in from Compute Mag. by MetalliKat/Oracle!!! CCITT.ZIP N 1820 12-17-91 Info about the CCITT #5 system and some other dialling systems. 1380+120*n is C5-R2 C5-R1 is the normal 700+200*n! AT&TNEWS.TXT N 2830 12-19-91 Warning letter from AT&T to their customers on how to avoid credit card abuse... Speak in a soft, clear voice HAHA! ALLIANCE.AST N 2944 12-22-91 News about Alliance Teleconferencing DEFAULT.CAP N 9186 12-22-91 Routing Codes for AT&T/BOC - you can bluebox many of these codes!!! FASTBOX.EXE N 15784 12-22-91 Easy-To-Use MF Dialer/Bluebox!!! BLUEBOX N 2960 12-23-91 A bluebox with editing of timings -> now with save/load prefs. EFF109.TXT N 31970 12-23-91 EFFector Online Issue #1.09 EFF110.TXT N 40788 12-23-91 EFFector Online Issue #1.10 EFF111.TXT N 22316 12-23-91 EFFector Online Issue #1.11 EFF112.TXT N 28932 12-23-91 EFFector Online Issue #1.12 EFF201.TXT N 29055 12-23-91 EFFector Online Issue #2.01 FBI101.TXT N 54284 12-23-91 Freakers Bureau Inc. issue #1.01 FBI102.TXT N 111127 12-23-91 Freakers Bureau Inc. issue #1.02 NSA101.TXT N 35692 12-23-91 National Security Anarchists #1.01 NSA102.TXT N 33176 12-23-91 National Security Anarchists #1.02 KCAH01.TXT N 32758 12-23-91 K.C.A.H. Volume 1 KCAH02.TXT N 17956 12-23-91 K.C.A.H. Volume 2 HACK.LZH N 218007 12-31-91 The Official Phreakers Handbook Rather nice collection of philes. DIALE-26.LZH N 12229 01-01-92 UL DialerV2.60 Not Brand New (dec.91) But Useful. SPRINT.LZH N 21095 01-01-92 Info About Us Sprint's Datanet HACK#1.LZH N 2340 01-02-92 Hack Issue #1 (not too new...) HACK#2.LZH N 2213 01-02-92 Hack #2 ...not too new either... HACK#3.LZH N 2349 01-02-92 Hack Issue #3 ...just like the above ones. DIALNUA.TXT N 20127 01-03-92 List of NUA's for PSS Dialplus UK (PSS Dialplus UK: ++44-(0)81-6815040) EUROTEXTI N 15135 01-04-92 Text by a Possessed guy about BB'ing with some explenation. PHREAK.TXT N 2116 01-04-92 A New DialingMethod, supposed to break throug the bb filters...! If anyone can make this work (from norway) please leave a msg with the settings used!!!!! ..maybe it only work where there ARE bbfilters????? ANYONE KNOW???? FBI0002.ZIP N 49932 01-05-92 FBI Issue #2 CRACKER.LZH N 10449 01-05-92 Small UNIX PW hacker (beta version) DIAL.DMS P 148611 01-05-92 RamJam's Bootblock Bluebox (lame!) IP_KC20G.LZH N 187007 01-05-92 Killer Cracker V2.0G UNIX PW Hacker released by Infinite Perfection.... LBT-WB7.LZH N 56705 01-05-92 White Box V7.0 from Liberty PHREAKY2.TXT N 1594 01-05-92 AUSTRALIAN bluebox new freqs NEW_PHR.TXT N 1958 01-05-92 A NEW WAY OF PHREAKING - read it!!! MCI_DIAL.EXE N 996 01-09-92 Mci Dialer WDIAL80.LZH N 11549 01-19-92 Window Dialer V0.80 WBOX_8.LZH N 62191 01-26-92 WhiteBox V8.0 - More extended 2.0- look. CPI.LZH N 42875 01-27-92 Corrupt Programmers International, parts 1 - 2.. Viruses etc. sources for PC.. ULTRA.LZH N 37683 01-28-92 Ultra magazines, 1-15.. CUD342.TXT N 40026 01-29-92 Computer Underground Digest #3.42 CUD343.TXT N 39064 01-29-92 Computer Underground Digest #3.43 CUD344.TXT N 29162 01-29-92 Computer Underground Digest #3.44 CUD401.TXT N 26882 01-29-92 Computer Underground Digest #4.01 CUD402.TXT N 38226 01-29-92 Computer Underground Digest #4.02 EFF203.TXT N 29999 01-29-92 EFFector Online Issue #2.03 EFF204.TXT N 40906 01-29-92 EFFector Online Issue #2.04 WORLD9.TXT N 46050 01-29-92 The Worldview Magazine Issue #9 EFFWASH.TXT N 5980 01-29-92 Electronic Frontier F. Press Release PHRACK36.TXT N 187448 01-29-92 PHRACK Issue #36 - 'Diet Phrack' DIAL31.LHA N 4956 02-01-92 Dialer 3.1... WBOX_9.LZH N 72702 02-02-92 White box v9.0....Now totally V2.0 compatibl RASTABOX.LHA N 22211 02-27-92 A new bb proggy SPEEDIT.TXT N 3284 02-28-92 How to get up in 2300cps under OS2.0 FREQS.DOC N 3725 03-03-92 Complete frequenze list of CCITT#5 PHRACK35.LZH P 150229 03-03-92 Phrack Issue #35 NIA73.LZH P 86072 03-03-92 Network Information Access Newsletter #73 -DX&LX- N 6618 03-08-92 Textfile about a lamer hacking passwords at The Venue (probably Dexter / Cinefex)FILE LISTING ENDS Most of the executable files will be Amiga files - REQUEST AT YOUR OWN RISK! YOU REQUEST - YOU PAY, whether you can use the file or not.
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