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Current issue : #48 | Release date : 1996-01-09 | Editor : voyager
IntroductionPhrack Staff
Phrack Loopback / EditorialPhrack Staff
Line Noise (Part I)various
Line Noise (Part II)various
Phrack Pro-Philes on the New EditorsPhrack Staff
Motorola Command Mode InformationCherokee
Tandy / Radio Shack Cellular PhonesDamien Thorn
The Craft Access TerminalBoss Hogg
Information About NT's FMT-150/B/C/DStaTiC
Electronic Telephone Cards (Part I)unknown
Electronic Telephone Cards (Part II)unknown
Keytrap RevisitedSendai
Project Neptunedaemon9
IP-Spoofing Demystifieddaemon9
The Truth...and Nothing but the TruthSteve Fleming
International Scenesvarious
Phrack World NewsDatastream Cowboy
Title : Introduction
Author : Phrack Staff
                              ==Phrack Magazine==

                   Volume Seven, Issue Forty-Eight, File 1 of 18

                                 Issue 48 Index

                               P H R A C K   4 8

                               September 1, 1996

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Yes, it's the annual issue of Phrack you've all been waiting for,
hopefully you have kept your security clearances current.  The delay has
been a long one, much longer than anyone would have liked.  Obviously
Phrack was never meant to be put out so infrequently, but the
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another editor.  Yes, those little things like going to work, paying
the rent and all the other hassles that interfere with putting out a
large quarterly hobbbyist publication.

It finally came down to three choices:  keep the status quo and put out an
issue whenever, charge per issue, or get in some new blood.  Obviously the
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everyone was even more unacceptable, even though "Information wants to
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The hard thing was finding people worth bringing into the fold.
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whole magazine, but it wasn't until three of them banded together and
volunteered to take over the main editorial nightmare that it looked
like there was a light at the end of the tunnel.  Voyager, maintainer of
the #hack FAQ and editor of CoTNO, RedDragon editor of FeH and
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text file author extraordinaire, came forward en masse and said,
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  -= Phrack 48 =-
 Table Of Contents
 1. Introduction by the Editorial Staff                           13 K
 2. Phrack Loopback / Editorial                                   55 K
 3. Line Noise (Part I)                                           63 K
 4. Line Noise (Part II)                                          51 K
 5. Phrack Pro-Philes on the New Editors                          23 K
 6. Motorola Command Mode Information by Cherokee                 38 K
 7. Tandy / Radio Shack Cellular Phones by Damien Thorn           43 K
 8. The Craft Access Terminal by Boss Hogg                        36 K
 9. Information About NT's FMT-150/B/C/D by StaTiC                22 K
10. Electronic Telephone Cards (Part I)                           39 K
11. Electronic Telephone Cards (Part II)                          66 K
12. Keytrap Revisited by Sendai                                   13 K
13. Project Neptune by Daemon9                                    52 K
14. IP-Spoofing Demystified by Daemon9                            25 K
15. Netmon by Daemon9                                             21 K
16. The Truth...and Nothing but the Truth by Steve Fleming        19 K
17. International Scenes by Various Sources                       33 K
18. Phrack World News by Datastream Cowboy                        21 K

                                                    Total:       633 K


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