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  1. I wrote an article a couple of weeks ago and I recently posted it to the private financiers forum. I submitted it to 2600, so hopefully they will print it. I have not submitted anything to them in quite some time due to a lot of drama in my life. It feels good to be writing again. Even if they do not print it, I will eventually put it up over on DocDroppers.org to share with everyone. For now, it is one of those perks that you get for your $25.00 donation to join the Financiers group.
  2. NOTE: This post was originally made on the same date in 2004, not 2006. I was informed that my article in Binary Revolution Magazine issue 2.1 referred to a subdirectory that I accidentally deleted while updating this site. It has since been fixed. I used the subdirectory "/$tankDawg" as a literal example in the article, but I deleted it a couple of weeks ago. Kizzle pointed out to me that I did this, so I added it back.
  3. NOTE: This post was originally made on the same date in 2005, not 2006. 2600 magazine printed my article entitled "Stupid Webstat Tricks" in their Autumn 2005 issue. There are several Easter eggs relating to this topic scattered around binrev.com that have been up for close to a year that no one has noticed before. Either that or they never brought it to anyone's attention. If you find one of them, post a note in the BR forums. The article was written after reseaching several web statistic and log analysis packages out there. There is also a lot more to discover with these packages, that you can discuss on the BR forum, or in the "discussion" section on docdroppers. The article is Here in the DD library.
  4. NOTE: This post was originally made on the same date in 2005, not 2006. I got home from presenting at Defcon 13 and sometime over the weekend, the new Summer 2005 issue of 2600 magazine came out. It contained the article that I just presented on at Defcon entitled "Hacking Google Adwords" which can be found below if you keep reading. This was my 9th article to be published by 2600. The article was submitted to them around 6 months ago (give or take a month) and I continued my research on the topic as I put together my presentation for Defcon and I found a whole lot of other interesting things that were demonstrated in my presentation that I had not found when I wrote the article. The article is posted on DocDroppers.org and the powerpoint presentation is right here: .
  5. NOTE: this was originally posted on the same date in 2005, not 2006. I arrived home from my local 2600 meeting last night to find the Spring 2005 issue of 2600 waiting for me in my mailbox. This confirmed the phone call that I got from Natas earlier in the evening telling me that my article on "disposable email vulnerabilities" was in this issue. This is the same topic that I presented at the recent Interzone conference and is discussed earlier in this blog. *** 08/07/2005 UPDATE! *** This file is now up on Docdroppers.org with my other articles! I have also added the presentation itself to this post. .
  6. My presentation from interz0ne 5 is now available for download. The Powerpoint file is included below with this post and the article is finally up over on docdroppers.org right here. The presentation covers a lot more than the article does, but the articles goes into more depth and does a better job of explaining some of the examples used. Feel free to use and/or redistribute these files as explained in our standard creative commons license. The Art of Electronic Deduction.ppt The Art of Electronic Deduction.ppt The Art of Electronic Deduction.ppt The Art of Electronic Deduction.ppt
  7. My most recent article, entitles "The Art of Electronic Deduction" is in the current issue of Blacklisted411 magazine. This is my second article to be published by Blacklisted411 magazine. The article is interesting because it started out as a silly little game that I made up for my local (at that time) BR561 meeting. It was surprisingly fun and a huge success at the meeting, prompting me to write it up into a formal article. I have also taken it a step further and put together a presentation on the same topic for my new BR407 meeting. The article is posted here on DocDroppers.
  8. NOTE: This post was originally made on the same date in 2005, not 2006. I just found out today that an article of mine was published in the Winter 2004/2005 Issue of 2600 magazine. The topic is "Hacking Star Search" and shows how vulnerable and poorly designed their online voting system is. It uses the same voting engine that every other poll on the site uses instead of a special secure version for this particular show (which awards a $100,000 cash prize. Luckily, I think the show has been canceled since I originally wrote this article. I will put this file up on DocDroppers with the rest of my articles sometime soon.