Hackbloc is proud to announce the newest release of our zine, HackThisZine. You can grab copies pre-formatted for online reading and printing at https://hackbloc.org/zine. This issue provides extensive coverage of Wikileaks, Cablegate, Operation Payback, and much much more. HackThisZine is an online and in-print periodical about hacking, hacktivism, social struggle, computer security, and anarchism. It's got a little content for everybody and a lot of content for that special someone.
Analysis and Coverage of Operation Payback (the continuing campaign of Anonymous to target those who threaten freedom on the internet)
Thoughts on Intelligence (how hackers should be building distributed intelligence networks)
Maps That Matter - Considerations for Successful Cartographic Communication by the March Hare Communications Collective
News from the Electronic Battlefront
- Coverage of Wikileaks
- Coverage of recent border detainment of Jake Appelbaum, Moxie Marlinspike, and others at international borders.
- Facebook adds secret "delete account" option
- Snitch Darren Thurston Offering "Computer Security" advice
- Carbon Trading Exchange Defaced
- Wikileaks Releases
- V for Vendetta Hacker Hits Washington State University
- Send an Email, Save a Rioter
Reportback from HOPE 2010
- Firesheep instant session-jacking (how to steal somebodies Facebook accounts and more!)
- How to get past the iPhones "lock" screen with a secret backdoor
- Googlesharing Proxy
- How to crack MasterLocks
Questions? Comments? Article Submissions? Get a hold of us at: staff [at] hackbloc [dot] org. We can get bulk copies for distro and for your infoshop/social center/space.
Thanks to everyone who helps keep our bits flowing securely and to everyone who helped work on this issue of the zine: Ringo, Discordia, Anonymous, The Pirate Bay,
2600, the Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair, Bradley Manning, the Wikileaks Crew, alxciada, anders, flatline, evoltech, sally, sexy hexy, frenzy, AnarchistNews.org (good work with the /ban trolls), postmodern modulus III, RiseUp.net, March-Hare Collective and everyone else who we forgot that is working to protect and support the struggle. Thanks to all of those resisting police violence in their communities, all those facing state oppression, and those engaged in the struggle everywhere.
NOTE: Due to time and space constraints we were unable to include an article on the intricacies of the Assange rape case. A short summary of some thoughts is available on our site. Basically, just because he's Assange doesn't mean he isn't capable of sexual assault. In situations like this, it is important to take the allegations seriously and not silence alleged survivors simply because the truth is inconvenient for supporters of Assange and Wikileaks.