back to article Crack'n'hack stack Phrack's back, Jack!

More than four years since its previous issue, iconic hacker zine Phrack has published a new issue. Phrack issue number 69 contains articles from researchers Aaron Portnoy and Alisa Esage, as well as articles on OS X rootkits and exploiting Ruby on Rails. Other topics include the history of hacker groups, Adobe Flash Player …

  1. Alan W. Rateliff, II

    Glad to see its return

    That is all. Looking forward to a good read.

    1. Roq D. Kasba

      Re: Glad to see its return

      With Fracking in the news, perfect relaunch time.

  2. allthecoolshortnamesweretaken

    Well, that's my weekend reading taken care of!

    1. Michael Wojcik Silver badge

      Yes, I just skimmed the opening pages of some of the articles, and it's clear Phrack hasn't dropped in quality. Good stuff in this one, on both technical and social subjects.

  3. Tromos

    Adobe Flash player bugs

    Must be thicker than a phone directory!

    1. FrankAlphaXII

      Re: Adobe Flash player bugs

      39 single spaced pages or so for one of the two articles and 54 for the other, without the code.

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Re: Adobe Flash player bugs

        Who needs Flash (or HTML5) when you can publish 80-column ASCII text files. The good old days... :D

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  5. 4ensic
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    Good to hear.

    In the same spirit as the old days of Taran King, Knight Lightning and Forest Ranger. Who'd have thought Saint Louis would have spawned such a crew of hackers, and that their journal would live this long?

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