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  • » scenerules.org.
    A collection of standards and rule documents agreed to by different scenes.
  • C64 demo online directory We hope this collection of information will be of use to you, and provide an interesting read as well as serve as reference material for those of you who collect and love everything about the c64 demoscene. We still make no claims (far from it) of being neither perfect nor 'definite', but we try as hard as we can, and hopefully at least some of you will be pleased with the results :] As you can see for yourself, the list of major new additions/changes since the last release is pretty big, but still doesn't even come close to suggesting the amount of fixes and additions since our last release.
  • An overview of BBS program. This directory is an outgrowth of the BBS documentary. To help in my research about BBSes, I am attempting to make a canonical list of all the BBS Software Packages there ever were for any platform, excepting one-off "custom" sets that weren't distributed. The priority is on dial-up software created before 1995, although additions for any and all BBS programs are welcome.
  • The History of Phone Phreaking.
    How did phone phreaking start? Who were the first phone phreaks? What motivated people to undertake this interesting but illegal hobby? What did the telephone company think about them? How did the government view them?
  • Before you plan on packaging up a piece of software for release, please make sure that it complies with the guidelines for acceptable releases. These rules were agreed upon through a meeting with a number of the top ISO release groups, which include: CIFE, RiSCiSO, and RAZOR ISO.
  • The Scene Notice Pack 2010 : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive. Collection of Scene Notices, notices between various file-trading groups, insulting other groups, announcing changes in the group, or sending out general...
    A 1.9 GB collection of scene notices, pubic postings and data files.
  • Internet Archive: Wayback Machine.
    Browse through over 150 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago. To start surfing the Wayback, type in the web address of a site or page where you would like to start, and press enter. Then select from the archived dates available. The resulting pages point to other archived pages at as close a date as possible.
  • WiderScreen returns to the topic of computer subcultures and “scenes”. However, while previous issues of this journal had a stronger focus on the artistic output of computer subcultures, the present issue focuses on the social conditions and practices that constituted computer subcultures and alternative user cultures in a particular period – namely the time span between the introduction of home computers as a mass commodity in the late 1970s and the triumphant march of the World Wide Web in the first half of the 1990s.
  • This is a book about cops, and wild teenage whiz-kids, and lawyers, and hairy-eyed anarchists, and industrial technicians, and hippies, and high-tech millionaires, and game hobbyists, and computer security experts, and Secret Service agents, and grifters, and thieves. This book is about the electronic frontier of the 1990s. It concerns activities that take place inside computers and over telephone lines.
  • NO COPY - Die Welt der digitalen Raubkopien: Die Website. NO COPY war das erste deutschsprachige Buch, über das Zusammenspiel der Raubkopierer, Industrie und der Hackerethik. Das komplette Buch ist hier zu lesen.
    Of the ideals of the first hacker to download as a mass phenomenon - Jan Kroemer and Evrim Sen cover the background and context on a global scene. What is at all a copy? What damage can be caused by copying? Who are the masterminds of a community that could still neither industry nor prosecutors halt? What are the beliefs of the hackers are so plausible that even scientists and lawyers representing them with zeal? And who actually owns the Internet and what the Pentagon has to do with anything?
  • What does it mean to own software? When I buy a game, what can and can't I do with it? Does illegal copying of software really hurt anyone? If a company no longer sells a game, should I be able to download a copy of it? Not too long ago, most people would never have given any of these questions a thought. But as computer use has spread, and with it the use of software, these questions have gained in currency.
  • In Microsoft's battle against software piracy, the first round goes to pirates, even though the starting bell hasn't even rung yet. Microsoft's new operating system, Windows XP, won't be in stores for another seven weeks, but pirated copies are already floating around on the Internet.
  • AH! The good old days. I used to roam bbs's around the world getting wares as well as getting those wonderful ansi packs (that I still have BTW - contact me if you want some). When I started in 1992, everything was almost over in the scene, INC the biggest cracking team, as well as the first on PC's (I think?) was dying. Then it came to THG, and Phoenix, a local (but very good) Montreal cracking team. Then there was Nuke and Darkman (which I met accidentaly - BTW those Nuke people are VERY dangerous and I think they still exist).
  • "I didn't have involvement with cracking etc. and was involved in the far less glamorous MP3 side of the scene".
  • I first started BBSing with a 1200baud modem. I was initially heavily involved in the H/P/C/V/A scene and was most interested in Phreaking (boxes, 950's, etc.). The first application I ever wrote was a brute-force 950 attacker/logger. I lived in Southern Calfiornia. I was never a sysop, but a co-sysop of a few boards. I started out as a courier and eventually assisted in starting a Courier group that was internationally known. I later worked for a major computer game company and was a member of Razor1911. I supplied and was responsible for releasing MAJOR releases such as C&C Red Alert, Z, and others. I once drove 200 miles through the middle of the night to get a gold copy of a release to a "friendly" ISP so that we had the bandwidth to get the "uncrackable game" to our cracker.
  • Some people have always had bad reputations on the scene. Some of them even spawn their own legion of haters. And in this case, Ice (of Origin/Myth fame) even had a website dedicated to him.
  • This is MuadDlb's personal page. Mainly rambles on about his magazine Relativity and the universal electronic magazine api he created for the scene.
  • This is the entry page dedicated to the flaming of ICE (MythPC).
  • The search engine for security related websites. :: Serving the community since 1994.
  • index.
    Yes it indirectly pulls from several predb bots, but from other sources as well. It can run independently of access to those systems. This was a project thrown together when a group of old friends got together after a long separation and compared skills. This is for those friends and their friends. We realize there will be ongoing exposure.
  • Formerly known a s NFOrce Entertainment, NFOHump is a scene, news and information website.
  • PreDB.me. The best public PreDB there is, with millions of releases at your fingertips.
    This site's purpose is to provide information within a functional and easy to use interface.
  • Werner & Tardy's dupe check was quite popular during it's time. Operated by Werner & Tardy who were also famous for leading the legendary TDU-Jam, Pentagram and Genesis.
  • ACiD View 6 for Windows download | SourceForge.net. ACiD View 6 for Windows download. ACiD View 6 for Windows 2016-02-29 10:57:01.098000 free download. ACiD View 6 for Windows ACiD View 6 is is a multimedia viewer for Windows. Its the first to support a variety of both textmode and bitmap graphic formats such as ANSI/ASCII, XBIN,.
  • ANSI Viewer: Special Edition.
    The program has only one difference to the normal version. It is using a fixed bitmap font instead of a Windows font. You didn't need to search for a ANSI emulation font and there will be no problems with the ratio aspect. The bitmap font is a 1:1 copy of the DOS font. There will be no wrong displayed characters like in 'Terminal'.
  • Ansilove - ANSi to PNG converter. ANSi to PNG converter - A set of tools to convert ANSi and artscene related file formats into PNG images.
  • Notepad Replacement. GetDiz is a Notepad replacement which offers a wide range of features while maintaining an incredible speed, ease of use, stability and small size.
  • glFTPd :: We make files transfer! glFTPd - A great FTP server for anyone on a *NIX platform.
    glFTPd is a free FTP server that historically has been commonly used by the warez scene.
  • A text viewer application that has been carefully designed around its main task: viewing and presenting NFO files. It comes with three different view modes (Rendered, Classic and Text Only), export functionality and lots of options! All Windows versions starting with Windows XP are supported. iNFekt works very well with Windows 7, 8 and is available in a native 64 bit version.
  • JavE - Java Ascii Versatile Editor.
    JavE is a free Ascii Editor. Rather than for editing texts, it is intended for drawing simple diagrams by using Ascii characters. It is like a graphics editor for editing texts instead of images.
  • Here you can find various NFO Viewers contained in cracks releases from different cracking groups.
  • NFO Generator download | SourceForge.net. NFO Generator download. NFO Generator 2013-03-14 22:36:28 free download. NFO Generator This projects aims to create a NFO generator which will be able to create different kinds of nfo files with different artwork for the different needs of it.
    This projects aims to create a NFO generator which will be able to create different kinds of nfo files with different artwork for the different needs of its users.
  • NFO Viewer.
    NFO Viewer should run on all major operating systems, but is primarily targeted for Unix-like systems (GNU/Linux, *BSD, Solaris, etc).
  • The OldSkool DemoMaker creates demos like cracktros on the good old Amiga. Here a list what you can do with it: Horizontal and sinus scrolling text, bouncing copperbars, starfield in three modes, colorfull plasma effects, logo with old stylish deforming effect or as gif anim, 3d ball, dot & vector object view with rotation, replays music in different sound formats eg. SID and V2M, free use of display (window or fullscreen), export optimized standalone executables (no files needed), compressing executables will shrink size upto 90%, able to pack medias to use real large files. A lot of bitmap fonts and tracker modules included. O.S.D.M could be an ideal tool to put your own demos within archives to introduce yourself.