[REVS] PHRACK #61 Has Been Released
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PHRACK #61 Has Been Released
<http://www.phrack.org/> Phrack Magazine is one of the longest running
electronic magazines in existence, and certainly one of the most
Since 1985, Phrack has been providing the hacker community with
information on operating systems, networking technologies and telephony,
as well as relaying features of interest to the international computer
The Phrack Magazine team released a new issue of this Magazine, number 61.
1) Toolz Armory - Phrack Staff
2) Phrack Prophile on DiGiT - Phrack Staff
3) Advanced Doug Lea's malloc exploits - jp
4) Hijacking Linux Page Fault Handler - buffer
5) The Cerberus ELF interface - mayhem
6) Polymorphic Shellcode Engine - CLET team
7) Infecting Loadable Kernel Modules - truff
8) Building IA32 Unicode-Proof Shellcodes - obscou
9) Fun with Spanning Tree Protocol - O.K. Artemjev
10) Hacking da Linux Kernel Network Stack - bioforge
11) Kernel Rootkit Experiences - stealth
12) Phrack World News - Phrack Staff
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