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[From Computer underground Digest    Sun  Oct 30, 1994  Volume 6 : Issue 94]
 
[From Computer underground Digest    Sun  Oct 30, 1994  Volume 6 : Issue 94]
       
Date: Sun, 30 Oct 1994 18:22:12 CDT
 
Date: Sun, 30 Oct 1994 18:22:12 CDT
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From: CuD Moderators <[email protected]>
 
From: CuD Moderators <[email protected]>
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Subject: File 1--Interview with Erik Bloodaxe (GRAY AREAS REPRINT)
 
Subject: File 1--Interview with Erik Bloodaxe (GRAY AREAS REPRINT)
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((MODERATORS' NOTE: The following are portions of an interview with
 
((MODERATORS' NOTE: The following are portions of an interview with
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alternative music, controversial social issues, computer culture, and
 
alternative music, controversial social issues, computer culture, and
 
other topics that aren't covered elsewhere. It's a steal  $18 for four
 
other topics that aren't covered elsewhere. It's a steal  $18 for four
issues, or $50 for three years. For information, write:
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issues, or $50 for three years.  
 
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  Gray Aras
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Or, e-mail them at [email protected]
      
For those new to computer culture, "erik bloodaxe" was a member of
 
For those new to computer culture, "erik bloodaxe" was a member of
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By Netta Gilboa
 
By Netta Gilboa
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Netta Gilboa: What is Phrack magazine?
 
Netta Gilboa: What is Phrack magazine?
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Areas."
 
Areas."
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GA: Many years ago, Phrack had a problem with a telephone company
 
GA: Many years ago, Phrack had a problem with a telephone company
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want to continue to do.
 
want to continue to do.
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GA: I suppose we should get into your background and how you became
 
GA: I suppose we should get into your background and how you became
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exponentially like I said before. From such humble beginnings.
 
exponentially like I said before. From such humble beginnings.
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CG:  Which connected, at the time, I think now they have limits as to
 
CG:  Which connected, at the time, I think now they have limits as to
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dated, but at the time, it was very timely and people appreciated it.
 
dated, but at the time, it was very timely and people appreciated it.
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GA: You were busted in 1990, right?
 
GA: You were busted in 1990, right?
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but that's an entirely different story.
 
but that's an entirely different story.
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GA: Did you ever do any malicious hacking?
 
GA: Did you ever do any malicious hacking?
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upbringing or they are just bad people.
 
upbringing or they are just bad people.
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GA: How about books that have come out about hackers?
 
GA: How about books that have come out about hackers?
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overly critical.
 
overly critical.
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GA: While on the subject of Comsec, you have said that you have gotten
 
GA: While on the subject of Comsec, you have said that you have gotten
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real hard time closing sales, so we just had to shut down.
 
real hard time closing sales, so we just had to shut down.
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GA: Any thoughts on where technology is going and how hacking might
 
GA: Any thoughts on where technology is going and how hacking might
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so, I think that will be very cool.
 
so, I think that will be very cool.
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GA: We should certainly tell people how to subscribe to Phrack, and
 
GA: We should certainly tell people how to subscribe to Phrack, and
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G: Thank you.
 
G: Thank you.
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