The Hackerbibel is a publication of the Chaos Computer Club . It has appeared in two editions in 1985 and 1988. Both editions were published by Wau Holland and published by the Green Kraft publishing house.
The hacker's bible is a hodgepodge of documents and stories from the hacking scene, such as the instructions for the acoustic coupler known as the “ data toilet ” . It also offers building instructions and other technical backgrounds. The first edition was published in 1985 with the subtitle Kabelsalat is healthy , and by mid-1988 had a circulation of 25,000 copies. Issue 2 from 1988 is also called The New Testament . The comic drawings on the cover pictures are a creation of the German comic artists Mali Beinhorn and Werner Büsch from the comic workshop Büsch-Beinhorn . The production and sale of the Hackerbibel ceased before 1990. A third part of the Hacker Bible was announced, but never appeared. Since 1999 the CCC has been offering a scanned and full-text version with additional material, such as texts by Peter Glaser , a documentation on Karl Koch and the work of Tron , on the Chaos CD.
- The Hackerbibel - "Cable salad is healthy", publisher: Werner Pieper , Grüner Zweig 98, Grüne Kraft, ISBN 3-922708-98-6
- The Hackerbibel - "The New Testament", publisher: Werner Pieper , Grüner Zweig 124, Grüne Kraft, ISBN 3-925817-24-7
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- The Hacker Bible Part 1 (1985)
- The Hacker Bible Part 2 (1988)
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- Foreword to the first edition. (No longer available online.) Archived from the original on February 27, 2010 ; retrieved on November 20, 2009 : “The Hackerbibel Part 1 should not only be a documentation about the use of technology - especially new media - but also a work about perspectives, opportunities and dangers in the field of telecommunications; so our starting point in creating this book. It is clear that hackers present a lot of things differently than usual. Some things in this book are perceived as annoying by ... “ Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- Gail Schares : Cover Story: A German Hacker's Club that promotes creative chaos. (PDF; 1.1 MB) Business Week , August 1, 1988, accessed November 20, 2009 .
- Blurb of the Hacker Bible 2. (No longer available online.) Archived from the original on January 23, 2010 ; Retrieved November 20, 2009 : “Hackers are an integral part of a human future. Since the appearance of HACKER BIBLE 1, the guys from the Chaos Computer Club have repeatedly captured the headlines of the world press with their actions. Their actions are documented in this book, and here they explain their motivations to the reader. From the NASA hack, about the virus threat, network hopes and the hacker ethics. ” Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
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