Hacker Print Mags: Some You May Not Have Heard Of
Posted 27 November 2004 - 07:05 PM
Here are the mags I know of so far...
Pretty much the most "mainstream" hacker mag. I don't really have a strong opinion on this mag either way.. Probably don't have to talk much about it, as I am sure most of you have read it before.
Old-school mag that is back in print.. I just got my first issue (didn't know it came back) and so far I really like it. Very technical & a lot of hardware projects. Probably my favorite out of the bunch..
I have just read though the 3 releases, and so far really like it. Seems to be like 2600 back in the day. Probably a close 2nd in order of my favorites, they don't have a set "release" time, they release it as they have material.
Checking it out now, so far its pretty good because you can d/l pdf's of the mag..
The High Plains Reader
Posted 27 November 2004 - 10:46 PM
Posted 27 November 2004 - 11:42 PM
and i agree that thebroken sucked donkey balls, but what did you expect from a wannabe like kevin rose. and though unoriginal, it was pretty cool to see thermite actually ignite and melt a computer in one of their last episode.
i will def have to check out the binary and 411 mags. thought 411 was super old school and have never heard of the other before. the hackademy mag though is around $30 though, which is bullshit.
Posted 28 November 2004 - 01:35 AM
The magazine is of Polish origin, it's also translated and published in other countries and language versions:
* in English (available by subscribtion),
* in German (in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Belgium),
* in French (in France, Canada, Luxembourg, Belgium, Marocco),
* in Spanish (in Spain, Argentina, Portugal, Mexico),
* in Italian (in Italy),
* in Czech (in Czech Republic and Slovakia),
* in Polish (in Poland).
with a Live-CD for training...(buffer overflow etc...)
Posted 28 November 2004 - 03:55 AM
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