Phrack falls with the leaves

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Phrack falls with the leaves

The end of August also saw the end of Phrack magazine ( Or did it? There are rumours about a revival, but Phrack as it stands has breathed its last.

There are probably some SC readers who have never come across Phrack. Like its hard copy bedfellow, 2600, Phrack is a hacker's magazine (hacker in the original sense, not just the computer criminal sense). For the past 20 years, Phrack has provided a slightly irregular, irreverent, but always ...

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