Whatever Happened to EHAP?

John at Cryptome links to an old (1998) post from the Cypherpunks mailing list that in passing mentions an old group of “white-hat” hackers – EHAP, the Ethical Hackers Against Pedophiles. For what would seem to have been a very interesting, if not much publicised group, not much remains of them on the internet today; not even Wikipedia has mention of them.

So, I’m kind of curious – whatever happened to EHAP? Anyone know?

Published in: Geekiness, General, History | on August 21st, 2006| 1 Comment »

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  1. On 2/25/2007 at 7:32 pm ha.ckers.org web application security lab - Archive » My Biography As Told By Anurag Said:

    […] Things I didn’t mention in the interview – I’ve worked in banner advertising, I founded EHAP, and I helped invent some of almost everything that’s annoying and wrong with the internet (including spamming tools, delayed popups/popunders, and viral marketing). I’ve got a varied past, but these days I’m sticking with security and SEO – the two things that seem to evolve at the fastest pace on the Internet. Anyway, nothing new here, move along. […]