There are a number of great hacking and security websites on the web. Some of them are more interested in hacks, such as Hackaday.com, and others are more interested in security–whether defensive or of a more offensive nature. Here, are some that are particularly useful and interesting:

2600, the Hacker Quarterly (see review)
AntiOnline, a community of security, network and computer professionals
Cult of the Dead Cow, creators of BackOrifice
Google Hacks
Google Hack Honeypot
Hack In the Box
Hack This Site, a free, safe and legal training ground for hackers to test and expand their hacking skills.
Insecure.org, developers of nmap, a free open source utility for network exploration or security auditing. Lifehacker, The Productivity and Software Guide .
Make:, a hack anything 'zine, run by O'Reilly. (see review)
Wardrive.net, all the tools needed for wardriving

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