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Source: Phrack.org - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Security Projects The latest issue of Phrack, a premier underground security magazine, has been released. Last issue released in May 2000, the latest issue talks about privacy, ICMP based OS fingerprinting, NIDS on mass parallel processing architecture, and more. "It seems to me . . . The latest issue of Phrack, a premier underground security magazine, has been released. Last issue released in May 2000, the latest issue talks about privacy, ICMP based OS fingerprinting, NIDS on mass parallel processing architecture, and more. "It seems to me that lately there is no motive more attractive than becomming a celebrities. Ironically, celebrities have a power that will grow more compelling and yet less meaningful in the years to come. Why? Because becomming a celebrity will be easier to achieve. The drive to increase connectivity is ultimately about the access of everyone to everyone and everyone to everything. A personal home page on the web - self-created celebrity - is only the most primitive example of what lies ahead, but is an instructive example all the same. Home pages are self- validation, and self-validation lies at the very center of the drive towards the desire to become a celebrity.

Like precious metals, society has always valued what is scarce. As privacy becomes rarer and rarer, it will assume greater and greater worth."

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