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Senate approves Internet filtering amendment

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Schools and libraries that receive federal funds to help pay for their Internet access would be required to add filtering software to their systems under an amendment to an appropriations bill approved by the U.S. Senate. The Senate voted 95-3 Tuesday . . .

ZDNet hack-contest server disabled

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Exhibitionism at its worst. "Other interpretations exist. The hacking underground, for example, sees this sort of thing as part reconnaissance, and part publicity stunt, and one in which no truly elite cracker would participate for fear of having their best . . .

Cracked! Part 6: Talking with the Enemy

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Soon after rebuilding the system I started talking to someone on IRC that identified themselves as the person that had cracked our system. He was connecting from the same places that the cracker had been coming from and seemed to know . . .