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Posted on 17-03-07 22:16
Good ideas, people. I concur on most things said about the old zine, as it focused more on the hosting aspect, and seemed to have more ads than needed.

However, I believe that we can still use SOME of it's good, yet limited, parts.

As Neo_Chalchus already pointed out to me, we do NOT need too many people to work on it, as that will surely create chaos in knowing who has been assigned what role. Also, we might draw in newbies who wish to participate, but have no clue about network security or software engineering and exploitation.


The zine should strive to employ and maintain a professional style to it, while delivering only the best content to the community.

Submitted entries will be thoroughly edited for errors and, greater worries such as plagiarism and inaccurate information.

Neo_Chalchus and I are still talking over how to make raise the bar on the HBHzine. We will setup a process of selection for Coders, Writers, Editors, and Graphic Designers. Saying that you KNOW something will not simply be accepted as credit-worthy. More "background" check will be done on candidates.

Hoping to get more support and feedback for this. Expect great things to come!

@system_metldown, only_samurai, and The_flash:
Thanks in advance for the support! It is greatly appreciated.
More ideas and direction are needed from you still! So keep checking this thread and contribute as much as you possibly can, please.





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Posted on 17-03-07 22:37
GOOD LUCK

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Stop posting shit like this.

Save your worthless opinion for another time

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Posted on 17-03-07 22:40
Haha that is the prettiest post on HBH!

Right well I agree, for example you see turbocharged saying he would like to see articles on XSS and SQL injection... this is what I was talking about. XSS and SQL injection is not specific, whereas (I think it was bl4ck4t) said they would like to see BoF, Blind SQL injection etc...

Let the articles on this site cover techniques used in challenges such as Basic19 and the articles should be much further in depth using sql commands to escape code such as concat();

Maybe even how to code your own Blind SQL brute forcer... Without providing, (maybe censoring) the code but define some functions and apply a pseudo code to follow.

Instead of just requesting XSS (which in my eyes is ... <script>alert('XSS HAXX'Wink;</script> ... ) the articles for the zine should cover how you could use CSRF (Cross site request forgeries) to (when code is viewed) providing they are automatically logged in, purchase items online.

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Posted on 18-03-07 00:35
lol, XSS and SQL Injections have been "overcovered" in previous zines, and there's too much information on them.

I personally will submit articles on more exotic attack methodologies.
I will also try to "enlighten" the newbs in the community about topics that have not been getting as much attention as they deserve.

Yes, you know what I'm talking about: BoF (Buffer Overflow) Attacks, as Flash has already mentioned.

Coding/Software Engineering will be emphasized, also.




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Posted on 18-03-07 07:50
The Flash wrote:

Instead of just requesting XSS (which in my eyes is ... <script>alert('XSS HAXX'Wink;</script> ... ) the articles for the zine should cover how you could use CSRF (Cross site request forgeries) to (when code is viewed) providing they are automatically logged in, purchase items online.

- Flash


I could do an article on this, as I exploited PHP-Fusion about 3 or so months ago. After telling PHP-Fusion.co.uk about it, they secured it, but the concept of the attack can be used with lots of sites. I was able to change people's passwords to whatever I wanted including admins.




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Posted on 18-03-07 08:56
I feel obliged to let you guys in on what Neo_Chalchus and I came up with as ideas for the zine.

We will try to make it around 35 pages, and will try to shoot for days it some time around April 10th, 2007.

For reasons, that many of who know, we've come up with a crew already. The list is somewhat trivial as we have not received final OKs from our selected candidates or soon-to-be staff. For that we chose a crowd or no more than 10 people to work on it, seeing and knowing the consequences of employing more than that amount.

After getting the approval for all of those 10 people, we will submit it to the community, in case we need more people to join.

Neo_Chalchus and I are excited about this, and look forward to a powerful contribution from our selected (future) staff.

We've also decided to host it as a subdomain of HBH, thus getting rid of all of the hosting mumbo-jumbo and hell. System_Metldown, I believe, was generous enough to think and implement this step.

We are still open to suggestions and possible material that you might want to contribute. If it is good, it will be included in this zine, and if we run out of room, we will highly consider putting in on the next.

Let's further empower the community with powerful material, such as the zine!


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Posted on 29-04-07 22:21
am i included in the 10 people? just makin sure, i really want to be a part of this.


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Posted on 29-04-07 22:32
This would be awsome Pfft

I am/was a web designer so i would gladly help with the web site if any is needed Smile


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Posted on 30-04-07 00:37
If u guys need anymore help i would be glad to write an article or w/e




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Posted on 30-04-07 00:46
Haha, sorry for all the delay and stuff guys, I have had my computer confiscated for a long time, and me and netfish have lost touch for that time. But I am back now and we will try to give you more updates once I get back in touch with him. Once again I am so sorry for the wait for the next one, its just a very big project.
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Posted on 30-04-07 00:56
hey guys.

Love to see the zine returning


the Python articles i'm writing now i beieve will be up to the standard, up to you of couse, but coner them please..

would be an honour to be involved in some way.


good luck and all the best...

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Posted on 30-04-07 02:56
As a result of another conversation with Neo_Chalchus, we have decided to request articles from the community. If we find anything particularly interesting and worth using, we will put it in the zine.

We need good content, in other words, no articles about "google hacking"... that's just overused. We'll be discussing more advanced topics for the benefit of everyone. Since, most topics on basic hacking have been covered greatly and resources on them are EVERYWHERE.

An example of a good article would be one on, say, Buffer Overflow attacks and their practicality.

If you have a topic you want to write about contact me (or Neo_Chalchus), then submit it. Remember, it has to be interesting --

Also, we need a few graphic design submissions for the zine. And we'll need about 4 graphic designers. Neo_Chalchus will be the Layout Manager, to some degree, so make submissions to him.

Expecting great things from you (members) and the Zine Staff equally.


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Posted on 30-04-07 03:11
HBH magazine. I used to read those. For those who havent seen it i asked frozen flame and hack4u for an older issue. Heres a link to the last xmas edition.

http://www.vaulth. . .issue3.pdf

If HBH is going to make a new zine its going to have to be better than that one.
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Posted on 30-04-07 03:48
lol the commercials were so random!
like a networking site for surfers or somethings like that lol


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Posted on 30-04-07 07:38
Wow i have just read that old article that was posted by Karnaged (cheers for that Smile )

And i am very impressed! Smile i have never seen the HBH Zine before and i must say i cant wait till it is out again Pfft

And my offer still stands if you need help with the web site/graphics.

Cheers Pfft

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Posted on 30-04-07 08:34
We need to see some credentials ...

Do you have some artwork, or a portfolio that you can link to?
Impress us with something good, and you'll get in --


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Posted on 27-05-07 00:00
a hackers magazine on HBH that would be great. Please make it happen, Ive had various literary journalism classes and can write articles if you guys need any help.


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lmao, this project dies, gets revived, dies, gets revived all the time.



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Posted on 15-08-07 00:59
I'd love there to be a HBH zine. Would be awesome.

Bring it back Smile


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Posted on 21-01-08 21:04
'This sounded like it would have been awesome =[

Any luck on anything happening with it?


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