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Posted on 29-04-07 21:15
I'm thinking of creating a newspaper like e-zine that talks about web hacking, rooting, social engineering, and phreaking. I would like to focus on se'ing and phreaking because those topics don't normally get focused on in a ezine (especially se'ing). It could kind of be like a HBHzine, but where anyone can submit articles, and we will choose 10-35 articles for the ezine.
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Posted on 29-04-07 21:18
Why not just submit articles to the HBHZine on the topics you feel don't get enough attention?



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Posted on 29-04-07 21:23
I would but HBHZine no longer exists.
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Posted on 29-04-07 21:28
lmao nice one
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Posted on 29-04-07 21:32
Ha ha... that would be a good reason.

Well, this thread mentions a number of people that are working on reviving HBHZine... why not look into helping them?

http://hellboundh. . .rowstart=0



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Posted on 29-04-07 21:35
Well, I kinda want to have it a little different way. I would actually prefer if it was in a newspaper format, so people won't be suspicious of what you are reading, u know what i mean?
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Posted on 29-04-07 21:40
Not really... but, you could probably also mention an alternative format to the people in that thread I gave you a link for. Personally, I'm always suspicious of what I read... then, I try it out in a controlled environment to establish its validity. Think of what you'd read in such articles as "creative suggestion", which should be taken with a grain of salt.



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Posted on 29-04-07 22:03
He means that the style of the paper should be "legal". So people around you wouldn't get.. any ideas. Got it?
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Posted on 29-04-07 22:08
The legality of the paper would depend on the examples used for the concepts.



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Posted on 29-04-07 22:22
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The legality of the paper would depend on the examples used for the concepts.


He is not talking about the content, but about the style.
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Posted on 29-04-07 22:50
Like imagine you reading an article in a magazine with a big colourful title saying "HOW TO HACK WINDOWS!". Im sure a few people would ask questions if the glanced at your screen/print out Pfft

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Posted on 29-04-07 23:16
Yeah that's kind of what i mean, but I also mean I wouldn't want to have a magazine on the cover say "How to become a hacker" or something like that in big, bold print, that everyone sees. And have a newspaper with a fake title for good measure.
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Posted on 29-04-07 23:53
Of course... and people walking by and seeing "Hellbound Hackers" on your screen wouldn't bother them at all, either.