- Active Matrix's Hideaway
Hundreds of hacking links, text files on phreaking, unix, newbie tutorials, and security bugs, privacy information, programming, essays, and more.
- Computer Hacking and Ethics
Paper analyzing the moral issues of hacking, by Brian Harvey University of California, Berkeley.
- Computer Terrorism: What Are The Risks?
An article by Patrick Galley, May 1996.
- Cyber 51
Offers IT security services including network penetration testing, Web application penetration testing, network and Web application vulnerability assessments, social engineering, and patch management service.
- Frontline: Hackers
Highlights risks of the Internet's vulnerabilities, responsibilites, safeguarding tips, and interviews with hackers and security analysts.
- hack a day
Blog devoted to cataloging hacks, mods, and DIY projects from around the Web.
- Hack Canada
Information on Canadian hacking, phreaking, anarchy, freedom, and privacy.
- Hack in the Box
Keeping knowledge free.
Security tools, exploits, reading, and links from Fyodor.
- Is There a Hacker Ethic for '90s Hackers?
Steven Mizrach of Florida International University discusses old and new hacker ethics.
Devoted to what's happening in the DSS hacking world.
Covers hacking, phreaking, the law, media, drugs, privacy, politics, and more.
- Worldwide Piracy Initiative
News, resources, and archives of: forbidden information, hacking culture, and cyberpunkery