Phrack Magazine, the bible of many hackers, has stopped publishing for "the foreseeable future".
Phrack began life over twenty years ago and was thought to be the first ever electronic magazine. Under the editorship of 'Emmanuel Goldstein ', who named himself after the 1984 character, the magazine was nearly shut down for publishing information that had been retrieved by hacking.
"Our hearts will always be with PHRACK," said the editorial team in the last issue.
"We enjoyed every single moment working on the magazine."
The team suggests other hackers should take over writing and editing the title and hint that it could be back in the next two years.
Phrack hit mainstream attention in 1995 when the film 'Hackers' quoted from the Hacker Manifesto, a document explaining the hacker's motivation that appeared in Phrack volume One.
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