Quote: "At this time the Secret Service has no reason to believe that the suspect(s) in its investigation, or the plaintiff in this case, are aware of the nature of the Secret Service's investigation, who is under investigation by the Secret Service, what information is in the possession of the Secret Service, or who has provided information to the Secret Service in regard to this matter." - Secret Service affidavit responding to CPSR Freedom of Information Act request concerning the breakup of the November 1992 Washington DC 2600 Meeting Notes: Page 37 contains a correction to a schematic from the last issue that is not in the index.
Nom de plume
Discusses the confusion in the color coding scheme of various "Toll Fraud Devices" (TFD's) - sets the record straight with the color of each box and it's function.
In Best of 2600 book?
Yes, page 441, Section 2 (The 1990s: The World Discovers Hackers), Chapter 12 (The Changing of the Telephone)
A slang term coined to describe the activity of a subculture of people who study, experiment with, or explore telecommunication systems. (more..)
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