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Current issue : #62 | Release date : 2004-07-13 | Editor : Phrack Staff
IntroductionPhrack Staff
LoopbackPhrack Staff
LinenoisePhrack Staff
Phrack Prophile on scutPhrack Staff
Bypassing Win BO Protectionjamie butler & anonymous author
Kernel Mode Backdoor for NTfirew0rker
Advances in Windows Shellcodesk
Remote Execgrugq
UTF8 Shellcodegreuff
Attacking Apache Modulesandi
Radio Hackingshaun2k2
Win32 Portable Userland Rootkitkdm
Bypassing Windows Personal FW'srattle
A Dynamic Polyalphabetic Substitution Cipherveins
Playing Cards for Smart Profitender
Phrack World NewsPhrack Staff
Title : Introduction
Author : Phrack Staff
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Ladies and gentlemen, blackhatz and whitehat pussies, we are proud to bring
you the 6th PHRACK release under the new staff....

                          PHRACK #62 IS OUT.

For the second time in the history of phrack do we have a printed HARDCOVER
version of the magazine. Thanks to the many sponsers we will be giving it
out free at ruxcon II. This is a limited edition of 500 copies.

The 62 release is Windows centric. The authors did some great work to teach
you scum how to take Bill's OS apart. Check out this sweet article about
how to get around windows buffer overflow protections, or the article on
the kernel mode backdoor.

We like to publish more articles from the electronic/soldering world. This
issue comes with some details about radio broadcasting, hijacking base
stations and how to broadcast the propaganda through the neighborhood.
The carding article teach you how well-known techniques from the computer
security world still work on smartcards & magnetic stripes (*hint*
*hint*, replay attack, MiM, ...).

Scut, an old-skewl member of team teso and the father of the 7350-exploits
has been selected to be prophiled for #62. Richard Thieme, keynote speaker
at defcon and other hacker conferences submitted two stories. We are
proud to publish his words under Phrack World News. 


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 | / | 0x01 Introduction                         phrackstaff 0x08 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x02 Loopback                             phrackstaff 0x05 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x03 Linenoise                            phrackstaff 0x21 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x04 Phrack Prophile on scut              phrackstaff 0x0b kb | \ |
 | / | 0x05 Bypassing Win BO Protection            Anonymous 0x25 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x06 Kernel Mode Backdoor for NT           firew0rker 0x81 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x07 Advances in Windows Shellcode                 sk 0x31 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x08 Remote Exec                                grugq 0x3b kb | \ |
 | / | 0x09 UTF8 Shellcode                            greuff 0x32 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x0a Attacking Apache Modules                    andi 0x5e kb | \ |
 | / | 0x0b Radio Hacking                           shaun2k2 0x36 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x0c Win32 Portable Userland Rootkit              kdm 0x48 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x0d Bypassing Windows Personal FW's           rattle 0x59 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x0e A DynamicPolyalphabeticSubstitutionCipher  veins 0x42 kb | \ |
 | / | 0x0f Playing Cards for Smart Profits            ender 0x1a kb | \ |
 | / | 0x10 Phrack World News                    phrackstaff 0x55 kb | \ |
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Shoutz to:
  barium        - ascii art
  gamma         - hardcover
  johncompanies - that's how server hosting should look like
  bugbabe       - 31337 grfx
  david meltze  - tshirt smuggling


Enjoy the magazine!

Phrack Magazine Vol 11 Number 62, Build 3, Jul 13, 2004. ISSN 1068-1035
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