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Computer underground Digest Sun Sep 25, 1994 Volume 6 : Issue 84 ISSN 1004-042X Editors: Jim Thomas and Gordon Meyer (TK0JUT2@NIU.BITNET) Archivist: Brendan Kehoe Retiring Shadow Archivist: Stanton McCandlish Shadow-Archivists: Dan Carosone / Paul Southworth Ralph Sims / Jyrki Kuoppala Ian Dickinson Urban Legend Editor: E. Greg Shrdlugold CONTENTS, #6.84 (Sun, Sep 25, 1994) File 1--CuD Cumlative Index Volumes 1-5 File 2--Cu Digest Header Information (unchanged since 9-15-94) CuD ADMINISTRATIVE, EDITORIAL, AND SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION APPEARS IN THE CONCLUDING FILE AT THE END OF EACH ISSUE. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sat, 13 Aug 1994 00:18:21 -0600 (MDT) From: adunkin@NYX.CS.DU.EDU(Alan Dunkin) Subject: File 1--CuD Cumlative Index Volumes 1-5 ((MODERATORS' NOTE: Alan Dunkin deserves continued kudos for his helpful compilation of subjects (cummulative through volume 5). Because we're often asked which issues readers can find a given topic, we're running the entire index. Apologies for those with limitations on incoming mail) THE COMPUTER UNDERGROUND DIGEST CUMULATIVE INDEX LAST UPDATED: Through Volume 5 (end of 1993) This is an index of things, people, handles, events, magazines, places, events, books, hackers, TV shows, speeches, conventions, search warrants, phreakers, secret service agents, news prints, and of cyberspace itself. Anything mentioned in an issue of the Digest, with significance, is included in the Index. For instance, a paper on Operation Sundevil would be in the index under it's own header; but Operation Sundevil mentioned offhand is not here. Certain articles of the index may be under a separate title, for example magazines, newspapers, hackers, specific trials, and some other categories have their own headings for better reference. Also, magazines and newspapers will be surrounded by underscores, book tiles are in capitals, and aliases in quotes. Electronic publications are under currently under magazines. The index numbering system is organzied in the following manner: ABB/C or ABB/C1/C2/C3/.. A - Volume number B - Issue number C - File or Article number. A particular subject may be in several parts of an issue, so each is separated by a backslash. I would like to point out that the index uses the a full eighty columns in order to fit certain identifiers and spaces in. I apologize to those that cannot view in eighty columns, but for right now it's the only system I've got. If you have any questions, ideas, comments, or corrections, I will gladly take them and see what I can do. --- Alan Dunkin adunkin@nyx.cs.du.edu +----------------------------------------------------------------------- A5 encryption system 510/7 AB1624, see California State Assembly Bill 1624 Abene, Mark 305/3; 306/4; 337/3; 430/1/2/3; 431/1; 432/4; 451/2; 584/7; 586/1; 587/1/2/3 Abernathy, Joe 528/1 ACLU, see American Civil Liberties Union Advanced Network and Services 205/7; 206/5 Adventure Software Ltd. 465/2 AFIRM, see Automated Fingerprint Image Reporting and Match System Air Force Office of Special Investigations 201/6 AIS, see Automated Information System BBS Akron Anomaly BBS 462/8; 523/2/3; 556/1; 563/2 Alcor Life Extension Foundation 104a; 104b; 104c; 104d; 118/2; 125/3; 325 Aldrich, Jeffery 213/2 Alexander, Kent 454/2/3 Aliases, "Acid Phreak", see Ladopoulos, Elias "Adrian Vole" 212/9 "Cap't Crunch", see Draper, John "Captain Zap", see Murphy, Ian "Corrupt", see Lee, John "Dark Avenger" 512/8; 514/10; 544 "Dead Lord", see Fancher, Bruce "Doc Holiday", see Chasin, Scott "Doc Savage", see Majette, Baron "Dr. Ripco", see Esquibel, Bruce "Erik Bloodaxe", see Goggans, Chris "Ferret" 117/6 "Flash", see Kong, Albert "Genesis" 406/1 "HackRat" 457/3 "Hitman" 569/2 "Hollywood Hacker", see Goldman, Stuart "Inhuman" 457/3 "Ionizer", see Elansky, Michael "Knight Lightning", see Neidorf, Craig "Lex Luthor" 452/6 "Lithium Bandit" 457/3 "Lord Digital", see Kroupa, Patrick "Malefactor", see Shulman, Kenyon "Maverick", see Maverick, Scott "Multiplexer" 418/9 "Necron 99", see Grant, Adam "NotSoHumble Babe" 406/1 "Outlaw", see Fernandez, Julio "Pengo", see Huebner, Hans "Phiber Optik", see Abene, Mark "Phrakr Trakr" 514/6; 565/3 "Quintin" 454/2/3; 513/4 "Robert Johnson", see Riggs, Robert "R. U. Sirius" 528/5 "Scarecrow" 117/6 "Scorpion", see Stira, Paul "Taran King", see Tishler, Randy "Terminus", see Rose, Leonard "The Dictator" 302; 305/4 "The Grim Reaper" 406/1 "The Leftist", see Darden, Franklin Jr. "The Mentor", see Blankenship, Loyd "The Prophet", see Riggs, Robert "The Ur-vile", see Grant, Adam "Urnst Kouch" 544 "Wing" 325 "Zardoz" 559/2 "Zeke", see Shif, Zohar "Zod" 129/6; 200/5; 203/4 Aliases, use of 100/3; 300/2 Amateur Action BBS 409/8; 410/6 America On-Line 344/3 American Civil Liberties Union 517/2 American Telephone & Telegraph Company 117/3; 128/2/3; 200/3; 201/5; 203/2; 311/4/5; 312/2; 322/3; 335/8; 430/6; 538/1; 581/6 Ames Research Center 462/3; 502/3 Anarchy 569/1/2; 571/1/2; 572/1/2; 578/2; 581/1; 583/2; 591/1 Andrews, Rich 110; 203/2; 211; 421/3 ANS, see Advanced Network and Services APL BBS 506/6/7 Apple 204/6; 591/3; 592/6 Arms Export Control Act 582/2 AT&T, see American Telephone and Telegraph company Attctc public access UNIX 201/5; 203/2; 421/3 _Austin-American Statesman_ 101/3 Austin Code Works 573/1/3; 574/2; 576/8 Austin, Ronald 532/6 Australia 536/3; 572/3; 576/1 Automated Fingerprint Image Reporting and Match System 541/5; 542/4; 555/4 Automated Information System BBS 437/4; 536/2; 551/1/2/3/4/5/6; 552/1; 553/6; 554/2/3; 557/6/7; 558/2; 565/3 Barlow, John 121/5; 122/6; 123/4; 318; 504/2/3; 506/5 Bauer, David 211 Bechtold, Alan 108/4; 118/2 Behar, Richard 514/3/4 Bell Company Research 200/3; 211; 433/1/3/4/5; 434/3/5; 435/3; 436/2 Bellcore, see Bell Company Research Bell South Telephone Company 100/4/5; 110; 115; 116; 124/4; 125/2; 126/3; 211; 213/3; 215/3; 216; 217/3/7; 317/2; 325; 333/3; 341/3; 407/2; 435/5; 454/3; 522 Bell, Wayne 510/4 Beltrami, John 503/11 Ben-Menashe, Ari 404/3; 451/1 Bentsen, Lloyd 557/6/7 Berman, Jerry 428/2; 504/2 Biliographies, Codes/Viruses 465/9 Computerization and Controversey 566/2 Cryptography 581/3 Cu Related 303/4; 336; 340/5 422/4; 434/7 E-Mail Privacy 344/6 _The Information Society_ 568 Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for the Electronic Community of Learners 588/2 Bishop, Jared 503/11 BITNET 123/2 BITS Against The Empire BBS 541/3 BJS, see Bureau of Justice Statistics Black Ice BBS 216; 317/3 Blanchard, Margaret 305/7 Blankenship, Loyd 106/3; 110; 101/3; 211; 421/3; 510/3/4/5; 522 Blumenthal, David 410/7; 421/7; 508/6 Bombs, creation of 505/6; 507/4 Books, APPROACHING ZERO (Clough and Mungo) 512/8 CENSORSHIP IN CYBERSPACE (Marotta) 514/5 CLOAK AND DAGGER (Levy) 204/6 COMPUTER ADDICTION 344/5 COMPUTER ETHICS (Forrester) 201/7; 207/7; 308/5; 328/2/3 COMPUTER SECURITY BASICS 335/3 CUCKOO'S EGG (Stoll) 106/4; 112/3; 306/6; 444/1/2/3/4/5 CYBERPUNKS (Hafner and Markoff) 332/1/2/3/4/5; 335/2; 425/5 DIFFERENCE ENGINE (Gibson and Sterling) 335/4 EXPORTING THE FIRST AMENDMENT 305/7 GURPS CYBERPUNK (Jackson) 113/5; 126/2; 127/4; 202/5; 209/5; 320/4; 510/3/4; 522 HACKER CRACKDOWN (Sterling) 447/1; 461/1/2/3/4/5; 503/12 HACKER FILES, THE 438/6 IN A DIFFERENT FORMAT (Carmeichael) 566/4 INFORMATION WEB (Gould) 321/5 LITTLE BLACK BOOK OF COMPUTER VIRUSES (Ludwig) 455/1; 521/3; 544 NETWORK SECURITY SECRETS (Stang) 591/2 NEUROMANCER (Gibson) 447/1 PRACTICAL UNIX SECURITY (Garfinkel and Spafford)330/1/2; 333/9; 335/5 PROTECTORS OF PRIVILEGE (Donner) 321/4 REVIEW OF SITE SECURITY HANDBOOK 333/7 SECRET SCIENCE (Foerstel) 574/3 SYSLAW (Rose) 449/5; 467/4/5/6 UNDERCOVER (Marx) 321/3 WHOLE INTERNET USER'S GUIDE (Krol) 439/4; 462/5/6/7 ZEN AND THE ART OF THE INTERNET (Kehoe) 438/7/8; 439/5 Bootleggers 103/5 Boykin, Charles 203/2 Brazil 449/7 British Tymnet North America Inc. 430/2/3; 431/1 Broadway Show BBS 539/2 Brown, Michael 437/5 BSA, see Business Software Alliance Bua, Nicholas 116; 123/4; 124/2 Bulletin Board Systems, General 103/5; 108/4; 115; 202/5; 205/4; 211; 216; 219/3/4; 300/2; 305/8; 307/6; 315/2; 330/3; 334/3/4/5/6/7/8; 340/4; 405/1/2; 415/1; 422/2; 467/4/5/6; 502/7; 503/9; 514/6; 530/4; 559/1/2; 561/7; 565/3; 569/1 Monitoring of 102/3; 105/4; 118/5; 201/5; 306/5; 342/2 Sting operations 111/3; 302; 462/8; 523/2 Burch, William 552/2 Bureau of Justice Statistics 446/9 Burn This Flag BBS 559/1/2 Bush, George 547/6 Business Software Alliance 502/6; 506/1; 506/6/7 Cadsoft 510/8 California State Assembly Bill 1624 527/4/5/6/7; 536/6; 537/4/5; 540/4/5; 542/1; 545/8/9; 546/3; 547/3; 556/4; 561/6; 563/4; 567/8; 569/4/5; 570/11; 573/8; 578/3; 580/1/2 Canada 313/4; 323/1; 343/11; 423/3; 438/3; 449/8; 451/3; 452/6; 453/3/5; 455/3; 502/7; 503/9; 505/3; 570/9 Canadian Alliance Against Software Theft 343/11; 560/4 Capstone configuration 530/3; 540/3; 579/2 Casolaro, Daniel 330/4; 331/7; 333/5; 404/3; 436/8/9; 451/1 Cayce-McCoy, Elizabeth 510/5; 522 CCC, see Chaos Computer Club Cellular phones 323/4; 324/8; 466/2; 510/7 Censorship 208/3/4; 209/3/4; 210/5; 212/5; 214/5; 305/6; 514/5 CERT, see Computer Emergency Response Team Chaos Computer Club 202/5; 218/4; 305/5; 327/9; 402/4; 422/4 Chasin, Scott 322/1; 324/3; 325; 454/2/3 _Chicago Tribune_ 435/9 China 532/7 CitiCorp 101/4; 445/5 Cisler, Steve 424/4 Clancy, Kim 536/2; 551/1/5/6; 552/1; 553/6; 554/2/3 Clinton, Bill 421/6; 443/6; 447/5; 455/2; 459/5; 465/6; 516 Clipper Chip 528/3; 530/2/3; 532/3/4; 534/5; 535/1/2/3; 537/2/3; 540/3; 543/2; 560/5; 561/3; 562/1/4; 564/3; 576/7; 577/6/7; 578/6; 579/2/3; 582/2; 592/3; 594/1/2 COCOT, see Customer-Owned Coin-Operated Telephone Cole, Ed 535/5 Comics 583/9 Comprehensive Crime Control Act 109/4 CompuServe Information Service 343/12; 402/8 Computer Emergency Response Team 314/4; 333/7; 437/4; 448/3; 465/1; 466/6; 502/1 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1984 100/2 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 116 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1988 509/3; 527/1/2/3 Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference 213/4; 306/2; 344/7; 415/8/9; 418/6; 427/3; 502/8; 524/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/12; 560/2; 584/1 Computer Misuse Act 205/7; 209/8; 538/3 Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility 105/4; 118/5; 122/6; 201/3; 207/3; 214/3; 304/4; 313/4; 324/7; 334/2; 342/2/3; 411/6; 412/6; 417; 419/2; 427/4/5; 432/2; 434/10; 437/8; 445/4; 449/3; 462/1/2; 466/1; 512/1; 521/2; 525/1; 527/2; 537/1; 540/3; 552/2; 553/1; 584/4 Computer Sciences Corporation 453/8 Computer Security Act of 1987 534/4; 540/3; 579/2 Computer Security Incident Handling Workshop 555/2 Computer Supported Cooperative Work 582/1 Computer underground 100/1; 111/2/4; 113/2; 207/5; 215/7; 300/4; 301; 306/6; 309/1; 314/3; 435/2; 508/8; 513/1 Computers and Writing conference 578/5 Comsec Data Security 322/1; 324/3/4; 325 _Contra Costa Times_ 559/1/2; 565/3 Cook, William 106/3; 118/4; 124/2; 125/2; 128/4; 129/6; 320/4; 326/3; 333/3; 341/3; 407/2; 421/3; 510/4/5; 522 COPS 219/2; 300/5 Copyright Protection Fund 511/1/2 Copyrights 575/3/4/6; 576/2 Courtscan 567/4 CPSR, see Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility Credit card fraud 109/3/4; 418/8 Cryptography 219/2; 315/1; 327/6; 411/6; 418/6; 429/2; 432/1; 438/9; 449/7; 465/9; 505/2; 510/7; 528/3; 530/3; 534/3; 537/2/3; 540/3; 543/2; 547/4; 550/1; 560/5; 562/4; 573/1/2; 574/1/2; 576/7/9; 577/1/2/3/6/7; 578/6; 582/2; 584/5; 587/4; 587/10/11; 590/2; 591/4/5; 592/3; 594/1/2 CSC, see Computer Sciences Corporation Cupps, Robert 324/3; 325 Customer-Owned Coin-Operated Telephone 420/1; 422/3 Cyberpunk 129/5; 200/4; 323/1; 324/1; 447/1; 573/5; 583/8 Cyberview 312/2 Cyberspace 329/4; 330/3; 335/10; 423/3; 446/4; 450/6; 514/5; 526/2; 554/1; 589/1 Darden, Franklin Jr. 123/4; 124/4/5; 212/3; 213/3; 215/3; 216; 217/3; 319/2 Dark Side BBS 302 Data Encryption Standard 432/1; 505/2; 510/7; 534/3; 535/1; 560/5; 583/4; 584/5; 587/11 Dateline NBC 454/2/3 David, Lowell 464/1 Davis, Anthony 581/2 Davy Jones Locker BBS 426/7 DEA, see Drug Enforcement Agency Def Con convention 535/6 Defense Conversion Commission 449/2 De La Fe, Alfredo 430/2/3 Delaney, Don 508/8; 513/1; 545/2 Delphi information service 465/4 Denning, Dorothy 207/5/6 DES, see Data Encryption Standard DiCiccio, Lenny 332/3/5; 508/8; 513/1 Digital Communications 411/4/5; 412/5; 417; 429/1 Digital Library Use 563/5 Digital Privacy and Security Working Group 592/3; 594/1/2 Digital Signature Standard 432/1; 438/9; 528/4; 530/3; 534/4; 550/1; 561/3; 587/5; 591/5 Digital telephony 429/1; 445/4; 449/3; 505/4; 532/3; 540/3; 547/4; 587/5; 591/5 Directions and Implications of Advanced Computing conf. 591/7 DLU, see Digital Library Use DOJ, see United States Department of Justice Donner, Frank 321/4 Douchette, Leslie Lynn 129/6 Download tax 334/3/4/5/6/7/8 335/7 Draper, John 446/6 Drug Enforcement Agency 213/5; 214/8 DSS, see Digital Signature Standard E911, see Emergency/Enhanced 911 Earth First! 103/4 Edwards, Don, 118/5 EFF, see Electronic Frontier Foundation Effective Performance In Candidates project 213/2 Ek, Brian 212/4 Elansky, Michael 562/3; 569/1/2; 571/1/2; 572/1/2; 575/2; 578/1/2; 580/8; 583/2; 586/2; 588/1; 590/6 Electronic Bill of Rights 122/6 Electronic Communications Privacy Act 102/3; 104c; 104d; 125/3; 304/3; 305/2; 330/3; 510/4/5 Electronic fingerprinting 541/5; 542/4; 555/4; 561/8; 574/5 Electronic Frontier Foundation 122/6; 123/4; 124/3; 128/4; 200/2; 207/4; 209/5; 210/3/4; 217/3; 307/4; 310/4/5; 315/3; 318; 319/4; 320/6; 343/2; 414/3; 421/3; 428/2; 432/3; 437/7; 443/5; 446/5; 466/4/5; 504/2/3/4; 514/3/4; 527/3; 547/1/2; 550/6; 564/1; 577/3/6/7 Electronic magazines (general) 586 Electronic mail 100/4; 104a; 104b; 104c; 104d; 115 204/7; 211; 214/6; 326/6; 329/5; 333/4; 344/3; 510/5; 588/3 Electronic mail etiquette 541/6 Electronic publishing 515/4; 517/3/4 Elephant public access UNIX 421/3 ELINT/CE 103/2 ELSPA, see European Leisure Software Publishers Association Emergency/Enhanced 911 100/4/5; 103/6; 107/2; 110; 115; 116; 119; 120; 124/2; 125/2; 211; 216; 217/3; 341/3; 407/2; 451/3; 510/1/2/3/4; 522 Encryption, see Cryptography EPIC, see Effective Performance In Candidates project Epson America 562/1 Escrowed Encryption Standard 562/4; 576/7; 578/6; 579/2 Esquibel, Bruce 109/1; 126/4; 127/3; 202/3; 302; 311/1; 314/3; 434/8; 437/2; 437/3 European Institute for Computer Anti-Virus Research 564/2 European Leisure Software Publishers Association 503/10 Even-Chaim, Nashon 580/4 Event Horizons BBS 426/5 Export Administration Act, see HR 3627 Fair Credit Reporting Act 556/3 Fancher, Bruce 451/3; 505/5 Federal Bureau of Investigation 105/4; 201/3; 204/3/6; 214/3; 306/5; 321/4; 323/2; 344/3; 411/4; 412/5; 416/3/4; 429/2; 439/2; 445/4; 446/5; 449/3; 457/1; 505/4; 508/2; 510/9; 517/2; 535/5; 556; 557/2; 564/4; 587/5; 591/4/5 Federal Communications Commission 305/6; 503/3; 505/4 Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act 566/6; 567/2 Federal Information Processing Standard 562/4; 576/7; 578/6; 579/2/3 Federal High-Performance Computing Act 205/7 Federal Whistleblower BBS, The 413/4 Federal Wiretapping Law of 1968 102/3 Federation of American Research Networks 519/4 Feminism 529/1/2; 531/1/2/3/4; 534/1 Feminist Theory and Technoculture conference 542/5 Ferguson, Paul 551/6 Ferguson, Thomas 432/5 Fernandez, Julio 430/1/2/3; 431/1; 432/4; 451/2 FERPA, see Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act Ferrell, Michael 300/6 Fields, Jack 543/1; 545/2 Figallo, Cliff 110; 432/3; 443/5; 504/2/3 File Transfer Protocol 123/2; 517/5 Films 307/5 FIPS, see Federal Information Processing Standard Foley, Tim 125/2; 200/3; 201/5; 203/2; 211; 311/1; 315/3; 322/3; 326/3; 339/2; 341/3; 401/2; 421/3; 510/2/3/4/6; 522 Forrester, Owen 213/3 Forrester, Tom 328/3/4 Fox Television 309/1; 321/6 France 588/4 Freedom of Information Act 105/4; 201/3; 339/3; 342/2; 402/9; 412/6; 415/5; 417; 512/1; 521/2; 532/5; 579/1 Freriks, R. David 467/2; 504/5 FTP, see File Transfer Protocol Galactic Hacker Party 532/1; 550/2 Gallaway, Jim 204/5 GAO, see General Accounting Office Garbage Dump BBS, The 438/2 Garreau, Joel 558/1 GateKeeper Telecommunications Systems, Inc. 323/4 General Accounting Office 103/3; 204/7; 505/4; 557/2/6; 591/4 General Services Administration 505/4 General System Mobile 536/3 GEnie 318 George, Jim 510/3 Gibson, William 447/1; 526/2; 554/1 Gleason, William 216 Global Network Navigator 566/7 GNN, see Global Network Navigator Goggans, Chris 106/3; 110; 211; 324/3; 325; 421/3 Golden, Barbara 200/3; 211; 315/3; 401/2; 421/4; 510/2/3; 522 Goldman, Stuart 307/3; 309/1; 310/2; 314/3; 321/6 Goldstein, Emmanuel 110; 307/6; 337/3; 337/6; 543/1; 545/2 Gore, Al 519/4 Gould, Carol 321/5 Government Printing Office 518/3 Grant, Adam 123/4; 124/4/5; 212/3; 213/3; 215/3; 216; 217/3; 319/2; 454/2/3 GSA, see General Services Administration GSM cellular phone system 510/7 GTE 108/4; 420/1 Hackers 100/4; 103/3; 106/4 112/3; 116; 119; 121/2; 126/2; 201/4; 206/4; 207/5/6; 209/7/8; 210/9; 211; 212/2; 212/9; 213/5; 214/4/8; 215/6; 217/2/6/7; 218/3/5; 303/2; 305/5; 306/6; 311/2; 315/2; 319/4; 320/5; 323/1; 323/3; 326/4; 327/10; 328/3/4; 337/2/3/5; 343/10; 402/4; 411/7; 415/9; 417; 418/1; 418/8; 419/1; 422/4; 433/6; 438/6; 447/3; 453/4; 454/2/3; 466/7; 502/4; 508/8; 509/1/2; 513/1/2/3/4; 514/6; 517/1; 518/2; 519/2; 520/2; 522; 532/7; 537/1; 539/1/2/3/4; 543/1; 550/4; 557/1; 561/11; 565/1/2/3; 567/7; 570/2; 572/3; 573/7; 575/8; 576/1; 581/5; 582/4 Hack-tic conference 565/1/2 Hafner, Katie 332/2; 425/5 Handles, see Aliases Hardenburgh, Russell 517/2 Harris Corporation 546/5/6/7/8 Hate crimes 533/1/2/3; 535/4 Haugh, John 421/3 Hay, Penny 212/4 Hendershot, Hal 508/8; 513/1 Henson, H. Keith 104a; 104b; 104c; 104d; 311/5; 325 HoHoCon convention 440/4; 445/1/2; 456/3; 464/2/4; 581/4 Hopson, Ron 313/4; 315/2 Houston, Robert 530/4 HR 629 553/10 HR 1400 324/6 HR 1900 549/2 HR 2417 548/2 HR 2772 446/7/8; 518/3 HR 3459 442/5 HR 3515 413/3 HR 3627 590/2 HR 3636 589/4; 594/3 HR 5096 435/5 HR 5983 447/2 Huebner, Hans 332/1/2/3/5 Hyde, Henry 553/5 IAM/Secure Data Systems 553/3 Illuminati BBS 110; 126/2; 319/4; 421/3; 510/4/5; 522 Imhoff, James 305/8 Incident tracking and vulnerability reporting database 448/3 Information highway 592/4 Information Industry Association 553/3 Information Systems Security Association 562/1 Ingraham, Don 337/1/2/3; 338/3/4 Inslaw, Inc. 319/4; 330/4; 331/7; 333/5; 404/3; 436/7/8/9; 445/5; 451/1/2 Institute for Global Communications 580/6 Interactive Systems Corporation 209/2 Internal Revenue Service 437/6; 564/4 International Computer Virus Conference 512/9 International Computer Virus Writing Contest 521/3/4/6/7; 523/1; 525/2/3/4 International Conference on Distance Education 590/1 International Information Retrieval Guild 214/4; 528/6; 569/1/2/3 International Information Security Conference 561/5 International Society for the Philosophy of Tools 508/4 International Traffic in Arms Regulation 574/2; 577/2; 579/4; 580/3; 581/8; 582/2; 587/10; 592/2 Internet 518/4 Internet Relay Chat 566/5 Internet resources, Federal government 593 Internet Society 418/2 Internet Talk Radio 519/3 Internet worm 107/2; 123/4; 202/5; 218/3 Interpedia 587/7 IRC, see Internet Relay Chat IRS, see Internal Revenue Service ITAR, see International Traffic in Arms Regulation Izenberg, Bob 421/3 Jay, Joey 508/2 Johnson, Al 457/1/5/6/7; 459/2; 464/1 Jolnet public access UNIX 110; 115; 211; 421/4 Kallstrom, Jim 547/4 Kapor, Mitch 113/4; 121/5; 122/6; 123/4; 204/6; 318; 504/2/3; 512/4 Kehoe, Brendan 438/7/8 Kenadek, Richard 426/7 Kennedy, Bill 421/3 Kennedy, Pete 510/3/4; 520/1 Kent, Dora 104a; 325 Kermit 211 Keystroke monitoring 465/1; 466/6; 502/1 Killer, see Attctc Kluepfel, Henry 211; 315/3; 421/3; 421/4; 422/1; 434/5; 510/4; 522; 525/8 Kong, Albert 306/4 Korean International Communication conference 584/3 Krol, Ed 439/4; 462/5 Kroupa, Patrick 451/3 Kuykendall, Bill 110 Ladopoulos, Elias 305/3; 306/4; 430/1/2/3; 431/1; 432/4; 451/2; 557/1 Landsat 419/4 Lauffenburger, Michael 406/3 Laws, California 117/5; 204/4; 406/5; 408/4; 418/4 Laws, Finland 335/6 Laws, General 215/5; 330/3 Laws, United Kingdom 102/2; 128/4; 205/7 Lawsuits 125/4; 204/7; 304/4 Lee, John 430/1/2/3; 431/1; 432/4; 451/2 Leemah Datacom Security Corporation 205/7; 300/2; 303/2 Legion of Doom 100/2/4/5; 101/3/4; 102/1; 106/3; 110; 113/3; 115; 116; 117/3; 117/4; 119; 123/4; 124/4; 126/2; 128/3; 129/6; 202/5; 211; 216; 310/4; 312/3; 317/4; 322/1; 324/3; 325; 341/3; 407/2; 421/4; 451/3; 452/6; 453/3; 536/1; 539/1/2/3/4 Lehrer, Mark 462/8; 523/2/3; 556/1; 563/2 Leichter, Jerry 509/2 Levy, Steven 204/6 Lewis, John 203/2 Liedtke, Mike 559/1/2 LoD, see Legion of Doom LOD Communications 525/6; 564/6 "London Times" 518/4; 529/1/2/3 Luce, Doug 457/3 Ludwig, Mark 455/1 Luke, Ed 206/3 Magazines, _Activist Times, Inc._ 112/5; 205/3 _Art of Technology Digest_ 441/2 _Boardwatch_ 331/5; 570/5 _Computer Systems_ 508/7 _CPU: Working In The Computer Industry_ 545/5 _Crypt Newsletter_ 544; 570/5 _Forbes_ 466/7; 502/4; 509/1/2; 512/4 _40Hex_ 566/3 _Freaker's Bureau Incorporated_ 333/6 _Full Disclosure_ 302; 546/5/6/7/8 _Gray Areas_ 465/8; 506/5; 544; 570/5 _Informatik_ 338/6 _Intertek Magazine_ 409/5 _Media Information Australia_ 429/5 _Mondo 2000_ 314/6; 528/5 _Network Information Access_ 306/2 _Phantasy_ 214/4 _Phrack_ 100/4/5; 110; 112/5; 114/4; 115; 116; 119; 120; 123/3; 125/2; 127/3; 128/4; 202/5; 211; 212/1; 309/2; 326/3; 341/3; 407/2; 421/3; 547/1/2 _RISKS Digest_ 551/2 _TAP_ 112/5; 126/5; 303/2 _Tel Line, The_ 106/2 _TELECOM Digest_ 342/3; 410/2; 550/6 _The Internet Letter_ 566/8 _TIME_ 514/3/4 _2600 Magazine_ 110; 112/5; 215/3; 307/6; 337/6; 433/1/3/4/5; 457/1/2/3/4/5/6; 459/2; 464/1; 508/5; 521/2; 530/1; 537/1; 538/1; 543/1; 545/2; 552/2 _Windows_ 456/5 _World Wide Web Newsletter_ 570/1 Majette, Baron 311/3; 326/5 Markey, Ed 543/1; 545/2; 551/6; 557/6 Markoff, John 332/2/5 Marrou, Andre 315/2 MARS BBS 206/3; 208/4 Marx, Gary 321/3 Masters of Destruction, see Masters of Disasters Masters of Disasters 200/5; 430/1/2/3; 431/1; 431/2; 432/4; 433/7/8; 451/2; 584/7 Matrix BBS, The 552/3 Maverick, Scott 451/3; 452/6; 453/3 Maxwell, James 508/3 McCarthy, Timothy 311/4 McDonnell, Patrick 100/5 McMenamin, Brigid 466/7; 509/1/2 Meeks, Brock 457/1/6/7 Meyer, Gordon 339/3 Michigan Bell Telephone 219/4; 305/8 Michigan Telecommunications Act 307/6 Microbec 438/3 Mid-America Digital Publishing 581/2 Milliken, Walter 522 Mindvox public access UNIX 441/1; 505/5 Minitele 214/6 Mitnick, Kevin 300/6; 303/4; 332/1/2/3/5; 335/2; 508/8; 513/1 Moby Crypto 573/1/3 MoD, see Masters of Disasters Modem User's Association of America 108/4; 118/2; 128/4 Morris, Robert 107/2; 108/3; 123/4; 129/5/6; 202/5; 216; 217/3; 317/5; 319/2; 332/1/2/3/5; 344/4 Moyer, Phillip 565/4 MTV, see Music TeleVision MUAA, see Modem User's Association of America Munchkin-Land BBS 594/4 Murphy, Ian 553/3 Music TeleVision 540/2 NAFTA, see North American Free Trade Agreement NASA, see National Aeronautics and Space Administration NATIA, see National Technical Investigators Association National Aeronautics and Space Administration 103/3; 329/5; 333/3; 343/9/13; 414/9; 462/3; 502/3; 528/1; 580/4 National Computer Security Conference 207/5/6 National Conference of Lawyers and Scientists 556/2 National Conference on Technology Conversion 567/6 National Crime and Information Center 557/2; 564/4 National Information Infrastructure 516; 519/4; 561/4; 584/4; 586/4; 587/4; 589/4; 594/3 National Institute of Standards and Technology 118/2; 325; 429/2; 432/1; 438/9; 502/1; 534/4; 540/3; 543/2; 550/1; 560/5; 562/4; 576/7; 578/6; 579/2/3; 591/4 National Online Media Association 583/7 National Public Radio 502/4 National Research and Education Network 329/2; 331/6; 433/10; 434/10; 448/2; 528/1 National Science Foundation 206/3; 208/4; 209/4; 321/2 National Security Agency 201/6; 429/2; 432/1; 433/8; 438/9; 534/3/4; 535/1; 537/3; 540/3; 543/2; 550/1; 560/5; 561/3; 573/1; 574/3; 579/2/3; 582/2; 591/4/5; 594/1/2 National Security Associates, Inc. 319/4 National Technical Investigators Association 546/5/6 National Telecommunications and Information Admin. 533/2/3 NCIC, see National Crime and Information Center Neidorf, Craig 100/4/5; 103/6 110; 114/3; 115; 116; 118/4; 121/5; 122/6; 123/1; 124/2/3/5; 126/3; 128/1/4; 129/6; 200/3; 202/5; 211; 213/3; 217/3; 218/2; 302; 309/2; 314/3; 337/1/2/3; 338/3/4; 340/2; 341/3; 401/2; 407/2; 421/3/4/5; 457/3; 510/2 Nemeth, Gary 315/2 Netsys Communications Services 517/7 Newlin, Reed 211; 510/2 New York Telephone company 427/7; 431/1 NIA, see Network Information Access NII, see National Information Infrastructure 90 North BBS 343/11 Nintendo of America, Inc. 506/6/7 NIRVANAnet 559/1/2; 565/3 NOMA, see National Online Media Association Norman, Neal 323/4 North American Free Trade Agreement 584/6 _Now it can be Told_ 337/1/2/3/5; 338/3/4 NREN, see Nation Research and Education Network NSA, see National Security Agency NSF, see National Science Foundation NuPrometheus League 204/3/6; 205/5 Oaklahoma Information Exchange BBS 581/2 Ochoa, Enedina 437/6 OECD, see Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Offworld BBS 508/2 Operation Root Canal 587/5; 591/5 Operation Sun Devil 109/3/4/5; 110; 113/2; 114/2/5; 117/2; 126/4; 202/2/5; 204/3/6; 206/3; 218/2; 302; 310/4/5; 311/3; 312/3; 314/3; 319/4; 320/4; 325; 334/2; 412/6; 419/2; 421/3; 437/2; 453/3 Orange County Transportation Authority 454/4 Oregon Public Utility Commission 405/1/2; 406/4; 408/3 O'Reilly & Associates 534/7 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development 502/5 OSI, see Air Force Office of Special Investigations O'Sullivan, Steffan 510/5; 522 Other Side of Reality BBS, The 549/4 Owen, Richard 557/1 Pacific Bell telephone company 436/5/6; 437/1; 437/8 Packet BBSs 305/6 Pair o Dice BBS 552/3 PBX, see Private Branch eXchange Paperwork Reduction Act 404/4/5/6 Pedophilia 415/7 Pentagon City Mall 457/1/2/3/4/5/6/7; 464/1; 465/10; 507/3; 508/5; 512/1; 521/2; 530/1; 537/1 Peterson, Justin 532/6 Phantom Access BBS 451/3 Phoenix Project BBS, The 110; 118/4; 211; 317/5; 407/2; 421/3; 422/1; 434/5; 510/4; 522 Physician Computer Network Inc. 418/3 Pilgrim, Mark 421/7; 508/6 Pinz, Ronald 455/4 Pioneer awards 414/3; 466/4 Piracy, see software piracy PKP Inc., see Public Key Partners, Inc. PKWARE Inc. 518/1 Playboy Enterprises 426/5 Plesser, Ronald 503/3 Plover-NET BBS 539/2 Pluchino, David 453/3 Point, The 110 Pornography 344/3; 401/4; 409/8; 410/6; 502/7; 503/9; 505/3; 508/2; 523/2; 561/7; 581/2; 594/4 Portal Dolmen BBS 570/6 Poulsen, Kevin 320/2; 502/6; 532/6 Poverty 589/2 Povich, Murray 314/5 PRA, see Paperwork Reduction Act Privacy for Consumers and Workers Act 549/2 Privacy Protection Act of 1980 401/2; 522 Privacy Protection Act of 1993, see S.1735 Private Branch eXchange 588/4 Prodigy 208/3; 209/4; 212/4; 214/6; 303/2; 313/4; 316/2/3/4/5/6; 319/2; 320/7; 343/12; 533/3 Project Hermes 118/2 PROMIS 436/8; 451/1 Psychopunks 589/3 Public Key Partners, Inc. 550/1 PumpCon convention 455/4; 460/1; 576/9 Raphaelson, Ira 100/5 Rexcan Circuits Inc. 560/4 Rheingold, Howard 423/7 Riconosciuto, Michael 404/3 Riggs, Robert 100/4/5; 103/6; 115; 116; 123/4; 124/4/5; 125/2; 128/4; 211; 212/3; 213/3; 215/3; 216; 217/3; 317/3; 319/2; 341/3; 407/2; 421/4 Ripco BBS 109/1; 111/4; 126/4; 127/3; 202/3; 302; 314/3; 437/2/3; 438/1 Rivera, Geraldo 337/1/2/3; 338/3/4 Roberts, Glen 302; 546/5/7/8 Rose, Leonard 112/4; 113/3; 126/1; 128/2/3; 200/3; 202/5; 203/2; 209/2; 210/2; 214/2; 215/2; 310/3/4/5; 311/2/4; 312/2; 313/2/3; 314/2/3; 319/2; 321/7; 322/3; 326/3; 339/2/4; 340/5; 413/2; 421/3/4; 434/6; 466/7 Rosenfeld, Morton 430/2/3 Ross Perot for President BBS 420/3 Rothman, Herb 212/4 Rpp386 computer system 421/3 RSA algorithm 505/2; 534/4; 580/7 RSAREF cryptographic toolket 580/7 Rune Stone BBS 528/6 Rusty and Edie's BBS 510/9; 517/2; 534/6; 542/2 S.266 327/6 S.516 340/6 S.564 545/7 S.893 447/4; 450/2/3; 453/9; 511/1 S.1543 210/4 S.1735 592/1 S.1929 402/9 S.1940 402/9; 415/5 S.2112 413/3 S.2476 201/2 S.2813 427/6; 446/7/8; 518/3 _St. Catharines Standard_ newspaper 502/7; 503/9; 505/3 Salzman, Peter 129/6 SB.1447 408/4 SCAT, see Special Computereized Attack Team Schwartz, John 106/3 Science & Technology through Science Fiction conference 555/3 Scott, Jon 454/2/3 SEA, see Society for Electronic Access Search and seizure 331/4; 548/1/2 Search warrant 104a; 200/3; 211; 460/1 Secret Service, see United States Sercret Service Secure Hash Algorithm 530/3 Security 210/9; 218/5; 219/2; 300/5; 304/4; 319/4; 330/1/2; 333/7; 335/3; 437/4; 442/6; 448/3; 453/7/8; 505/1; 575/8 Sexism 300/3/4; 301; 303/2 Sexual harassment 579/5 Shadur, Milton 129/6 Shergold, Craig 423/2 Shif, Zohar 453/3 Shotton, Margaret 344/5 Shulman, Kenyon 324/3; 325; 327/5 Sigman, Randy 455/4 Simple Mail Transfer Protocol 106/5 Simplex locks 337/6 SIMTEL-20 White Sands Missile Range system 502/2; 503/5/6/7; 563/3 SJG, see Steve Jackson Games Skipjack algorithm 530/3; 540/3; 560/5; 561/3; 562/4; 564/3; 578/6; 579/2/3; 594/1 Sklar, Robert Matthew 107/2 Smart cards 528/2 SMTP, see Simple Mail Transfer Protocol SNEAKERS (movie review) 446/6; 454/2/3 Social engineering 210/9; 314/4; 431/1; 514/7 Social Security 525/1; 541/5 Society for Electronic Access 533/2 Software patents 416/1; 584/6; 594/5 Software piracy 103/5; 105/3; 111/3; 435/7; 436/10/11; 436/12/13; 442/7; 443/2/3; 446/1/3; 447/4; 449/4; 450/2/3/4; 460/6/7; 463/1/2/3; 467/2; 503/10; 504/5; 506/2/3/5; 510/8/9; 511/1/2/3; 512/2/3/5; 514/2; 515/2; 578/4 Software Publishers Association 103/5; 105/3; 109/6; 117/6; 308/6; 315/2; 406/2; 426/7; 435/7; 436/12/13; 442/7; 443/2/3; 460/7; 463/1/2/3; 467/2; 506/1/2/3/4/5/7; 510/9; 511/1/2/3; 512/3; 514/1; 515/2; 532/2; 534/6; 545/4; 567/5 Software Rental 206/5 South Africa 313/4 South of Hell BBS 570/6 Southwestern Bell Company 200/3; 213/5; 219/4; 303/2; 307/6; 308/2; 405/2; 430/2/3; 431/1 Soviet Union 201/6 SPA, see Software Publishers Association Space Physics Analysis Network 103/3; 107/3 Spafford, Eugene 100/2; 536/5 SPAN, see Space Physics Analysis Network Sparks, Sam 510/1/5; 525/8 Special Computerized Attack Team 323/2 SpellBook BBS 541/2 Sprint 108/4 Stahl, Steve 523/2 Stanton, Louis 586/1; 587/1/3 Sterling, Bruce 101/3; 415/8; 461/1/6; 520/2; 554/1; 572/3; 576/1; 577/6 Steshenko, Gregory 562/1; 588/3; 589/5; 590/4/5 Steve Jackson Games 100/2; 101/3; 106/3; 110; 113/5; 122/6; 123/4; 126/2; 127/4; 202/5; 209/5; 211; 213/1; 312/3; 314/3; 315/3; 318; 319/4; 320/4; 415/4; 421/3; 510/1/3/4/5/6; 520/1; 522 Stira, Paul 305/3; 306/4; 430/1/2/3; 431/1; 432/4; 451/2; 557/1 Stoll, Clifford 106/4; 107/3; 112/3; 306/6; 332/3; 337/3; 444/1/2/3/4/5 Stone, Robert 324/8 Stonewall BBS 530/4 Stratton, Bob 457/2 Strickland, Karl 538/3 Student Pugwash USA conference 581/7 SummerCon convention 302; 460/1; 546/4 Swinyard, William Jr. 423/6 Taito Software, Inc. 107/5 Taxpayer Assets Project 442/5 Technophiliacs 459/7/8 Texas Public Utilities Commission 307/6; 308/2 Texas Tech University 467/2; 504/5 Texsun system 561/11; 575/4 Thackeray, Gail 202/5; 219/5; 306/2; 311/3; 323/4; 326/5 Thomas, Bob 409/8; 410/6 Thomas, Jim 509/1 Thrifty-Tel 319/3; 323/3; 518/2; 519/2 Ticer, Scott 454/2/3 Tiger teams 562/2 Time bomb 515/5 Title 18 USC 1343 118/3/4; 121/2; 122/5 Title 18 USC 2314 123/4 Tisher, Randy 211 Toxic Shock 207/8; 208/2 Trashing 216; 454/2 Trial, State of Ohio vs. Mark Lehrer 523/2; 556/1 Steve Jackson Games vs. US Secret Service 510/1/3/4/5/6; 520/1; 522; 525/8 United States vs. Craig Neidorf 124/2/3; 125/2; 341/3; 407/2 Triggerfish 546/5/6/7/8 Tripwire integrity-monitor 455/5 Trojan horse programs 113/3; 203/2 TRW Information Services 107/2; 430/2/3; 431/1; 437/2/3 Townson, Patrick 100/2; 342/3 Twilight Zone BBS 539/2 Unidentified Flying Objects 513/4 United Software Alliance 406/1 United States Customs Agency 573/1/3; 574/1 United States Department of Education 566/6; 567/2 United States Department of Justice 204/7; 319/4; 411/4; 436/7/8; 451/1; 465/1; 502/1; 509/3; 527/1 United States Long Distance 420/1 United States Secret Service 100/2; 106/3; 109/3/4/5; 110; 111/4; 112/4; 113/3/5; 114/2; 117/4/6; 118/5; 119; 123/4; 124/2; 125/2; 126/2/4; 127/3; 129/6; 200/3; 201/5; 202/5; 203/2; 204/3/6; 206/2/3; 207/6; 209/5; 211; 216; 302; 305/3; 309/1; 310/1; 313/4; 315/3; 319/4; 320/4; 323/2; 325; 326/3; 339/2/3; 342/2/3/4; 407/2; 412/6; 415/4; 419/2; 421/3/4; 457/1/3/5/6; 464/2; 465/10; 467/2; 504/5; 510/1/2/3/4/5/6; 512/1; 521/2; 522; 525/8; 530/1; 537/1; 552/2 United States Sentencing Commission 509/3; 527/1 United States Treasury Department 551/1/2/3/4/6; 557/6/7 University of Texas at Dallas 588/3; 589/5 Usenet 409/6/7; 410/1/2/3; 414/4; 439/5 User Bill of Rights 404/2 USLD, see United States Long Distance USSR, Soviet Union USSS, see United States Secret Service US West Communications 405/1/2; 406/4; 408/3 UTD, see University of Texas at Dallas Vajk, Bill 302; 546/5 Vallo, William 503/11 Variety and Spice BBS 219/4; 305/8 ViaCrypt 573/2/3; 576/8 Virtual reality 423/7; 550/5 Virus, Christmas 206/5; 207/2 eastern 201/6; 217/7; 303/4; 512/8; 513/3; 514/10; 544 general 218/3; 305/5; 409/9; 437/4; 447/4; 449/1; 452/3/5; 453/1/2; 455/1; 456/1; 459/3/4; 465/7; 512/8; 513/3; 514/10; 521/3/4/5/6/7; 525/7; 526/3; 544; 547/5/6; 549/1; 551/2/3/4/5/6; 552/1; 553/6/7/8/9; 554/2/3; 557/6; 558/2/3 humor 517/6 MBDFA 410/7 Michelangelo 409/9; 449/1; 544; 565/3 military 129/6; 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