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         Ranx of Supremacy

    Caught at an awkward moment.



         Revlion of Crites

  Catching up on his beauty sleep.



      Dick       &       Sick

              The Pack



This picture was taken at the FI-RE
 party in Kalocsa, Hungary.  In it
  are members of FI-RE, 23 C Crew,
    Grace, Cerberos and Dection.



Barf, former member of Pussy Sweden

 This is what a night of coding can
             do to you.



         Dreamer of O-Zone

    Would you buy a used SAAB from
              this guy?



        Chico of Nukebusters

        in Napier Hospital.



        Saint     &     Aero

               Cyrus



        E.B.F. of Brain Wave



Vortex of TDC/RAF     Flagg of Panic



  On the left Zacco, a musician in
Eon.  Beside him Intec, who drew all
    the graphics in this issue.



          Schnap of Taurus

    15 year old swedish swapper.



      Bip      &      Timeless

             of Jetset



       Pumpkin of Persistance

  Looks a bit unsatisfied with his
  choice of hat, if you ask me...



          Tal of Majic 12



        Too Short of Atomic

             Graphician



                TEB 

and his sister in law after a rather
            boozy night.



         Zodie of Paramount



 A wild bunch concisting mainly of
    members of CKS, Celeste and 
           German Front.



    This is certainly a strange
   looking trio.  On the left is
    Arpegiator and beside him is
   Pixel.  Both members of TRSI.
      Behind them is Pompaney.



       This chilly skater is 
        Dr. Titus of ADM SF



  And over here, looking like the
          Salami Brothers
     Degel                Trust
                BASE



    Morbid  Joesch  Malcom  Jeff
 All from Animators. A handfull of
         healthy young men.



   ..and their gorgeous sisters:
  Hoppsi  Moppsi  Breiti  Schlimmi
 Sorry for the poor quality, guys.
    This is one helluva picture!
       Send more - Please !!



         Ofaginzy/Ex Pussy
 Saviour/Complex    Gremlin/Complex
           Acer/Ex Pussy



    Here's ED-209 of Exotic Men
   gulping down some Pennzyl Oil
   ..no, make that QuakerState.



    Magic Mushroom      Diatron
  Both from Flash Productions UK
  Just about to enjoy some fried 
 King Prawns 'n Chips. Right guys?



     The man you NEVER should 
            Dog Around

        - Choiper of IBB-02



      Danish division of Zone7

  Crucis   Ogier Le Petite   Xenon
       ..and someone who got 
          zapped by Xenon



         Tiger of Posessed
 Chased by police and in love with
   a spanish girl called Anabel
      ...so he left the scene



      I Killr         CruSoul
     (Coder/GFX)    (Swapper)

         Both from Jetset.



   Left: Timeless - The World's 
         biggest Jets fan.
    Right: Jayce - Posing while
           intoxicated.
         Both from Jetset.



       Mr. Duck of WDC Design
    Loves girls and hates lamers



       Val Kilmer look-a-like
     Dr. MC Metal of Diffusion
        Swapper and Graphics



 United Forces from left to right:
 Avalon, Guardian (now a Crusader),
 Merlin, Rapid Ram Runner, Tiger, 
              Buckaroo



       Witchdoctor     Gamma

         Warp Incorporated



 1. Lemmings                      280    14.99     (1)        
 2. Kick Off 2 / Final Whistle    229    12.26     (2)        
 3. Turrican 2                    222    11.88     (3)        
 4. Super Cars II                 144     7.71     (7)        
 5. Gods                           83     4.44     [@]        
    Speedball 2                    83     4.44     (4)        
 7. SWIV                           81     4.34     (6)        
 8. Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge   78     4.18     (5)        
 9. Wings                          53     2.84     (9)        
10. Stunt Car Racer                34     1.82     (10)       
11. Battle Squadron                21     1.12     [@]        
12. Pang                           20     1.07     (14)       
13. Full Contact                   18     0.96     (18)       
14. Turrican                       17     0.91     (20)       
    Twintris                       17     0.91     (12)       
16. Battle Storm                   16     0.86     [@]        
    Indianapolis 500               16     0.86     (12)       
18. Chuck Rock                     15     0.80     [@]        
19. Nitro                          14     0.75     (8)        
    Ski Or Die                     14     0.75     [@]        

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 1. The Secret of Monkey Island  173    10.53      (6)        
 2. Powermonger                  130     7.91      (1)        
 3. Sim City                      97     5.90      (2)        
 4. Chaos Strikes Back            67     4.08      (6)        
 5. Populous                      66     4.02      (8)        
 6. Pirates                       65     3.96      (3)        
 7. Operation Stealth             63     3.83      (4)        
 8. Lemmings                      56     3.41      [@]        
 9. Elvira                        52     3.16      (5)        
    Leisure Suit Larry 3          52     3.16      (10)       
11. Eye of the Beholder           48     2.92      [@]        
12. Armour Geddon                 36     2.19      [@]        
    Dungeon Master                36     2.19      (11)       
14. Warlords                      30     1.83      (15)       
15. Centurion                     28     1.70      [@]        
    Railroad Tycoon               28     1.70      [@]        
17. Empire                        25     1.52      (12)       
18. Cadaver                       22     1.34      [@]        
19. Indiana Jones 3 Adventure     20     1.22      (13)       
    Supremacy                     20     1.22      (9)        

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 1. Quartex - "Substance"                     272    16.70 %   [@]  
 2. Cryptoburners - "Hunt for the 7th October 161     9.88 %   (1)  
 3. Shining - "Vector Exterminator"           121     7.43 %   (13) 
 4. Sanity - "Elysium"                         96     5.89 %   [@]  
 5. Phenomena - "Animotion"                    84     5.16 %   (2)  
 6. Anarchy - "Madness 2"                      81     4.97 %   (6)  
 7. Red Sector Inc. - "Cebit 90"               80     4.91 %   (3)  
 8. Rebels - "Total Triple Trouble"            39     2.39 %   (8)  
 9. Kefrens - "Powermunker"                    34     2.09 %   (5)  
10. Rebels - "Coma"                            31     1.90 %   (7)  
11. Anthrox - "Bobby the Ball"                 30     1.84 %   (20) 
12. Cryptoburners - "3rd Dimension"            29     1.78 %   (4)  
13. Flash Production - "Bubble Fields"         28     1.72 %   (9)  
    Vertigo - "Fill'em All"                    28     1.72 %   (11) 
15. Arcane - "Pink Circle"                     27     1.66 %   [@]  
    Cryptoburners - "Partytime"                27     1.66 %   [@]  
17. Pure Metal Coders - "Mesmerized"           26     1.60 %   (14) 
18. Angels - "Coppermaster"                    18     1.10 %   (10) 
    Decay - "Simpsons"                         18     1.10 %   [@]  
20. Artemis - "Things Take Time"               17     1.04 %   [@]  

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 1. Slayer / Scoopex            324    18.03 %   (1)         
 2. Azatoth / Phenomena         311    17.31 %   (5)         
 3. Tec / Cryptoburners         219    12.19 %   (2)         
 4. Delta / Red Sector Inc.     188    10.46 %   (3)         
 5. Corto / Quartex              88     4.90 %   [@]         
 6. Celebrandil / Phenomena      72     4.01 %   (6)         
 7. Dan / Anarchy                47     2.62 %   (9)         
 8. Psycho / Budbrain            37     2.06 %   (11)        
 9. Corsair / Skid Row           35     1.95 %   (8)         
10. Kreator / Anarchy            30     1.67 %   (7)         
    Zeus / Shining               30     1.67 %   [@]         
12. Heatseeker / Cryptoburners   28     1.56 %   (16)        
13. Chaos / Sanity               21     1.17 %   [@]         
14. Photon / Scoopex             19     1.06 %   (18)        
15. Panther / Sanity             14     0.78 %   [@]         
16. Gonzo / Flash Production     13     0.72 %   (18)        
17. Black Hawk / Inversion       12     0.67 %   [@]         
    Droopy / Rebels              12     0.67 %   (13)        
    Mediator / Anarchy           12     0.67 %   [@]         
20. Sun John / Silents           10     0.56 %   [@]         

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 1. Uno / Scoopex                416    22.40 %   (4)         
 2. Joe / Scoopex                215    11.58 %   (3)         
 3. Reward / Scoopex             115     6.19 %   (1)         
 4. Diablo / Budbrain             91     4.90 %   (5)         
 5. Havok                         78     4.20 %   (2)         
 6. Dark / Red Sector Inc.        59     3.18 %   (9)         
 7. Mithrandir / Acme             56     3.02 %   (11)        
 8. Golem / Anarchy               55     2.96 %   (6)         
 9. Terminator / Phenomena        51     2.75 %   (10)        
10. Slash / Flash Prod.           48     2.58 %   (7)         
11. PGCS / Alcatraz               39     2.10 %   (13)        
12. Tobias Richter                38     2.05 %   (12)        
13. Dr.C / Red Sector Inc.        37     1.99 %   (8)         
14. Red Devil / Genestealers UK   35     1.88 %   [@]         
15. Madonna Freak / Crionics      33     1.78 %   (15)        
16. Milkshake / Anarchy           28     1.51 %   (16)        
17. Zoom / Next                   27     1.45 %   [@]         
18. Iridon / Shining              22     1.18 %   [@]         
19. Cthulu / Sanity               21     1.13 %   [@]         
20. C-Dryk / Demons               18     0.97 %   (13)        

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 1. 4-mat / Anarchy                        211    11.27 %   (1)    
 2. Tip / Phenomena                        190    10.15 %   (5)    
 3. Romeo Knight / Red Sector Inc.         172     9.19 %   (2)    
 4. Walkman / ex. CRB.  (last appearance)  162     8.65 %   (4)    
 5. Firefox / Phenomena                    140     7.48 %   (6)    
 6. Uncle Tom / Scoopex                     96     5.13 %   (3)    
 7. Jesper Kyd / Silents                    73     3.90 %   (8)    
 8. Bruno / Anarchy                         70     3.74 %   (7)    
 9. Heatbeat / Rebels                       67     3.58 %   (9)    
10. Moby / Alcatraz                         60     3.21 %   (15)   
11. Nightlight                              48     2.56 %   (12)   
12. Mantronix / Razor 1911                  46     2.46 %   (11)   
13. Jester / Sanity                         35     1.87 %   (14)   
14. Diablo / Budbrain                       32     1.71 %   (10)   
15. Fugitive / Flashing Bytes               24     1.28 %   [@]    
16. Nuke / Anarchy                          22     1.18 %   [@]    
17. Rhesus Minus / Cryptoburners            21     1.12 %   [@]    
    Static / Rebels                         21     1.12 %   (17)   
19. Lonestar / Trackers                     18     0.96 %   [@]    
20. Einstein / Betrayal                     13     0.69 %   (16)   

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 1. Zine - Brainstorm                 808    46.01 %   (1)      
 2. I.C.E. - Cytax                    240    13.67 %   (3)      
 3. Hack-Mag - D-Tect                 155     8.83 %   (4)      
 4. 4th Dimension - Crb/Razor/Rebels  140     7.97 %   (7)      
 5. D.I.S.C. - Various                108     6.15 %   (2)      
 6. Stolen Data - Anarchy & Co.       104     5.92 %   (6)      
 7. Cracker Journal - AFL etc.         87     4.95 %   (5)      
 8. Royal Information                  35     1.99 %   (10)     
 9. Freedom Crack - Amaze              28     1.59 %   (9)      
10. The Sentinel - Dictators           15     0.85 %   (8)      







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 1. Phenomena - "Music Dream 2"           162    19.71 %   (3)    
 2. Phenomena - "Music Dream 1"           113    13.75 %   (1)    
 3. Silents - "Sound of Silents"           55     6.69 %   (4)    
 4. Brainstorm - "The Best Of Grubi"       53     6.45 %   [@]    
 5. Share and Enjoy - "Amazing Tunes 2"    35     4.26 %   (5)    
 6. Gate - "Bruno's Music Box II"          34     4.14 %   (2)    
 7. Silents - "Blue House"                 27     3.28 %   (6)    
 8. Sanity - "Fool's Gold"                 22     2.68 %   (9)    
 9. Ram Jam - "Hot Music III"              21     2.55 %   [@]    
10. Razor 1911 - "Delicate Sounds"         19     2.31 %   (8)    







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 1. Central Europe - Phil Thrust    85    13.51 %   (1)        
 2. Guru's Dream - Dual Crew        51     8.11 %   (3)        
 3. Link to Perfection - Quartex    25     3.97 %   (4)        
 4. Board Royale - Endless Piracy   22     3.50 %   (2)        
 5. Reign in Blood - ?              17     2.70 %   [@]        
 6. East BBS - Defjam               16     2.54 %   (9)        
 7. Metal Church - ?                15     2.38 %   [@]        
 8. Inquisition - Skid Row          13     2.07 %   [@]        
    Red Rocks - Quartex             13     2.07 %   (8)        
10. Arcadia - Quartex               12     1.91 %   [@]        



This chart will not be be in any further issues.         



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 1. Xcopy Professional      414    20.95 %   (1)           
 2. DPaint III              303    15.33 %   (2)           
 3. ProTracker              179     9.06 %   (3)           
 4. AsmOne                  122     6.17 %   (4)           
 5. Diskmaster 3.2          112     5.67 %   (5)           
 6. Noisetracker 2.0         75     3.80 %   (8)           
 7. Masterseka 1.8           68     3.44 %   (6)           
 8. Diskmaster 1.4           65     3.29 %   (7)           
 9. DevPac 2                 61     3.09 %   (10)          
10. Cygnus Ed Professional   50     2.53 %   (9)           
11. Seka 3.2                 48     2.43 %   (11)          
12. Directory Opus           42     2.13 %   (15)          
13. D-Copy                   39     1.97 %   (16)          
14. PowerPacker 3.0          30     1.52 %   (16)          
15. Startrekker              29     1.47 %   (14)          
16. NComm                    22     1.11 %   [@]           
17. RattleCopy 2.2           18     0.91 %   [@]           
18. JrComm                   17     0.86 %   (13)          
19. Multiripper              16     0.81 %   (20)          
20. Kefrens IFF Converter    15     0.76 %   (19)          

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 1. Phenomena                         396    18.77 %   (4)      
 2. Tristar / Red Sector Inc. (TRSI)  243    11.52 %   (1)      
 3. Anarchy                           242    11.47 %   (2)      
 4. Scoopex                           181     8.58 %   (3)      
 5. Cryptoburners                     156     7.39 %   (6)      
 6. Skid Row                          139     6.59 %   (5)      
 7. Quartex                           107     5.07 %   (8)      
 8. Rebels                             65     3.08 %   (9)      
 9. Budbrain                           36     1.71 %   (13)     
10. Silents                            34     1.61 %   [@]      
11. Crystal                            32     1.52 %   (11)     
    Sanity                             32     1.52 %   [@]      
13. Dual Crew                          27     1.28 %   (15)     
14. Angels/Defjam                      26     1.23 %   (10)     
    Razor 1911                         26     1.23 %   (20)     
16. Flash Production                   23     1.09 %   (15)     
17. Brainstorm                         18     0.85 %   (12)     
18. Equinox                            14     0.66 %   [@]      
    United Forces                      14     0.66 %   (18)     
20. Company                            12     0.57 %   [@]      
    Cytax                              12     0.57 %   [@]      

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 1. Anarchy                           234    21.79 %   (1)      
 2. Skid Row                          118    10.99 %   (2)      
 3. Rebels                             74     6.89 %   (14)     
 4. Scoopex                            53     4.93 %   (5)      
 5. Vectra                             46     4.28 %   (11)     
 6. Razor 1911                         41     3.82 %   (4)      
 7. Horizon                            37     3.45 %   (3)      
 8. Tristar / Red Sector Inc. (TRSI)   31     2.89 %   (13)     
 9. Agile                              29     2.70 %   (19)     
    Endless Piracy                     29     2.70 %   (9)      
11. Crystal                            28     2.61 %   (7)      
12. Angels / Defjam                    26     1.96 %   (10)     
13. Brainstorm                         16     1.49 %   (12)     
14. Equinox                            14     1.30 %   [@]      
15. Flash Production                   13     1.21 %   (14)     
16. Classic                            12     1.12 %   (6)      
    Coma                               12     1.12 %   [@]      
18. Possessed                          10     0.93 %   [@]      
    Vision                             10     0.93 %   (17)     
20. Absence                             9     0.84 %   [@]      

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 1. Phenomena - "Enigma"                   451    25.38 %   (6)   
 2. Budbrain Megademo                      255    14.35 %   (1)   
 3. Scoopex - "Mental Hangover"            198    11.14 %   (2)   
 4. Budbrain Megademo 2                    128     7.20 %   (4)   
 5. Red Sector Inc. Megademo               109     6.13 %   (3)   
 6. Silents - "Global Trash"               103     5.80 %   [@]   
 7. Anarchy - "System Violation"            79     4.45 %   (7)   
 8. Kefrens Megademo VIII                   54     3.04 %   (5)   
 9. Animators - "Iraq Demo"                 50     2.81 %   (8)   
10. Defcon 1 - "Can I Play With Madness?"   30     1.69 %   [@]   
11. Wizzcat - "Trashcan"                    28     1.58 %   (11)  
12. Bass Megademo 2                         27     1.52 %   (20)  
    Cryptoburners Megademo 2                27     1.52 %   (10)  
14. Phenomena - "Interspace"                24     1.35 %   (13)  
15. Horizon - "Sleeping Bag"                21     1.18 %   (9)   
16. TSB - "Maximum Overdrive"               16     0.90 %   (14)  
17. Utopia - "Total Confusion"              12     0.68 %   [@]   
18. Crionics - "Total Destruction"          11     0.62 %   (12)  
19. Alcatraz Megademo IV                    10     0.56 %   (16)  
    Analog - "Analogia"                     10     0.56 %   [@]   
    Dragons Megademo                        10     0.56 %   [@]   

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@2 ......emocleW oT ehT trahcoruE.  siht eussi lliw erutaef a txetllocrs
erehw lla eht sdorw era nettirw sdrawkcab... @1Isn't that pretty funny ?
Oh well, never mind... It was just something written backwards. Not a subliminal
message telling you to vote for the Eurochart or anything.    We don't want
you guys running around in your sleep and yelling "Vote for the Eurochart
or face the consequences!"       (Hey El Cubo!  I have a great idea how we
can get more people to vote....)    Anyway, you're looking at the 11th issue of the ever so
tremendously popular Crusaders EuroChart.  But who is writing the scrolltext
this time, you think...   And you're right!     It's @3Dr. Outtasight !@1
          Yep. And do I have an action-packed scroller for you or what ?
         You guess it...    I don't...     Actually I haven't the foggiest
what I'm going to write.   I could start by saying hello to all the people
who have sent us letters telling us how great the Ken stories are, so I
think I'll do that.       @3Hello!@1     to all the people who sent us letters
telling us how great the Ken stories are.        Speaking of Ken, I do
as usual have another episode of Ken about 2Kb after this.    Changed the
style a bit, so I hope you're still going to enjoy the Ken stories.
       Let's see...   Yes, I'd like to say some words to some guys out there
.... To @2Matt@1 of @3Control@1 I'd like to say thanks for the cracker. I didn't
dare to eat it though. And the disk you (probably) sent was missing.
The postman had done some unmentionable things to the envelope...
And to @2Hans-Olov Engren@1 I'd like to say    @3Patience!@1   Nice to have
you on the board! (When you're not constantly sending node-messages to me :-)
         I am pretty sure I have forgotten someoe here.  Should be more than
two...   Well, that's me...   Forgetting just about everything.  And now
for something completely different.     As you might already have discovered
there is something called the Gallery in this EuroChart.   Get this:  I am
taking over the Gallery (I already have to be exact) so if you have a picture
of something funny, some chilly Amiga Dudes, a picture of yourself making
love to an intoxicated rhinoceros or something like that, just slip it
into an envelope and send it to this address:
                 Dr.  Outtasight               Crusaders BBS
                 Bregneveien 10                2007 Kjeller
                 Norway                  (Again. In case you have two pictures)
                 Dr.  Outtasight               Crusaders BBS
                 Bregneveien 10                2007 Kjeller
                 Norway                  AND some time in the future I will
probably feature a Best Sticker Competition in the Gallery.  So send whatever
stickers (that's stickers with your or some other groups name on it) to the
same address.         Some of you wrote to us and asked where I get all these
fancy english words from...   Well the truth is that I'm not as fluent in
english as it may seem. I have to use the occational dictionary from time to
time and if you lack a great word it's a good place to look.    Just take
a peek at this... This is the translation of the english expression for
"crawl"   crawl; They piled into a 1933 Morris.  Can you believe that?
How could someone pile into a 1933 Morris.   There's not even room for a
glove compartment in that car.      English is quite a funny language isn't
it ?      How about this jolly good expression
             Mr. Wobblybottoms Goes Jock-strapping for Bob,   the Bohemian
Bolschevist.             Enough of that.      I think it's time for this
issue's episode of Ken.         A true story from the future.
           This is episode 5.   And if you have missed the other four
they ARE available for download on our WHQ board  "Home Sweet Home"

Here we go...                 @2Ken had never been pushed around, shoved
around, kicked, hit and shot at this much. The school was like hell,
only in hell you didn't have sergeant Muhler breathing over your neck
twenty-five hours a day. Only one good thing came out of this. Whoever
managed to survive through the first six weeks of the training course
was bound to become a very fit person. Fit for fight that is. Although
no one was really sure what the heck they were supposed to fight. I you
wanted to fight another country's army, you would join the army. Not the SSA.
Even after the twentysecond month of the training program Ken hadn't even
had one class in anything related to outer space. The reason was simple.
SSA was, unlike its predecessor NASA, owned by the Federal Army.
                       Anyway, time passed and both Tanisha and
Ken began to enjoy their stay at Mt. Wellion. Just south of Mt. Wellion
was a city called Sunville. When Ken had a chance he stayed with Tanisha
in their apartment in Sunville.
Sunville was one of the older type of cities. Most houses were built
around 1997, and the city center was an area of poverty and decay.
As the city expanded its limits outwards, it left the decaying city
center behind. If you had a low income you'd live near the center of
the city. If you had a high income you lived in the outer regions.
If you didn't have a income at all, you lived right in the center.
                Midtown.              Although most high-income citizens
could easily get to one side of the city to the other using the surface
trains, some, who didn't fear the high crime rate of the Midtown area.
                     Midtown was the place to be if you suddenly felt
like having your face kicked in by a total stranger looking for money.
Or drugs. In short; you wouldn't go down there at night just for the fun
of it.                             In Midtown one could get almost all
kinds of drugs, natural and artificial. If you didn't find something to
fit you taste you could easily have it custom made in a couple of hours.
                                       The people who lived here kept much
to them selves. Living in small dirty, damp flats converted from old office
buildings. The ground floors of most buildings had been converted to small
shops. What they sold was highly affected by in which part of Midtown they
were. The Chinese sector, who had the majority of Midtown's inhabitants,
had everything from synthetic-pet shops to sushi bars. The path between
the buildings at street level was so narrow that it was impossible to drive
a car there. The buildings in this sector were post nineteen-ninetees,
fifty stories american style office complexes with occational chinese dragon
models and neon signs.                              Ken and Tanisha had to
cross the European sector on their way to their appartment. The European
sector contained most of the people who for some reason did not make it
through the Outland Program. The European had all the money. They were the
only ones economically strong enough to afford to be frozen down and shipped
out in large numbers and dropped on some completely unknown planet acting
as pioneers. This, much smaller sector, was almost being sucked up by the
much larger Chinese, but the civil guards and the vigilantes kept their
stands.                        Mostly populated by German, Swizz
and British people, this was a clean and well-kept part of Midtown compared
to the other sectors.                              As Ken looked out of the
cab window he could see the city gradualy changing from Midtown to Sunville.
The signs got bigger, the road got less bumpier and the houses got bigger and
more fashionable.                                    The cab pulled up in
front of the housing complex and Ken pulled his id card through the card
reader on the wall. The door opened and he stood face to face with Roger.
                 @3Roger..Good golly! How the hell did you get in ?  Ken said.
@1Is that all you have to say to an old friend ? I haven't seen you guys
in over a year.               @2Roger looked much older. Even though it had
been only a year since he last saw him he looked like he had aged ten.
@3Well, it is a bit of a surprise!         @1Could we go up to your flat ? With
locks as easy to pick as these ones, I don't feel quite safe down here.
@3Sure. How are you doing ? You look a bit worried. Is something wrong?
             @2The elevator stopped at twenty two and Ken got the appartment
door open.          @3I think you better sit down, Roger. You look like you
could use a drink  @2Tanisha said and pulled out a chair.       @1Ken. I'm in
trouble @2he said quickly.      @3No shit! You've been hacking on most systems
known to mankind, so what do you expect ?          @1I'm not kidding this
time Ken. I'm in real trouble!            @2Tanisha poured him a drink and
sat down beside Ken in the sofa. Roger started talking.
                              @1You know that EISDN Worm program you coded for
me just before you left..   Well, it worked fine. I got a lot of accounts and
everything was great. But then one day, while I was getting some new accounts
for a couple of guys I know the program had disappeared from my disk!
        @3But I though you said it was impossible to access external terminals
from the EISDN net ? Maybe you deleted it by a mistake..    @1No. I checked
that. I have a a Trashcan program running at all times so that I can easliy
get back whatever I delete. It was not in the Trashcan, and the logfile
showed that the terminal had been idle for the whole period. Even though I
know I used it! Then the strangest thing happened. The next day it was back
on my disk. But the program had grown. It was about twice the original size.
I ran a couple of scanners on it and came up with nothing. Then I erased it.
I didn't think any more about it, until about two months ago. It was sunday
or saturday when people from the Department of Defence's Computer Emergency
Response Team smashed my door in and flew me down to Carnegie Mellon.
     @3What?!' Ken didn't beleive his own ears. You were arrested by the
Computer Emergency Response Team ?      Wow. I though they only handled
the real biggies. You know, when national security was at stake.
      @1Well, I was arrested, but they never told me why. They just
interrogated me for a couple of days, asking me about which company I work
for and so on... When I got back home all my stuff was gone and my appartment
was turned upside-down. I've been living at a friends place since then.
A couple of days ago I fixed a ticket on the MagnaTrain and headed for
Sunville.                   @2Ken leaned back in the sofa and ran his fingers
through his hair.    @3Wow. Roger - you're in some deep deep shit.    @1I know.
Luckily they didn't find my portable terminal and I always keep the most
important disks hidden in the back yard.          @3Do you have a copy of the
Worm you got from me ? And the one you erased from your disks?     @1Sure. I
was hoping you could take a look at it.       @2And so he did. After hooking
up to the Mainframe over at Mt. Vellion where Ken naturally had an account
since he was a student there, Ken started disassembling the Worm. The
program was enormous. Roger had told Ken that it had grown to about twice
the size of the original, but the program had a build-in compression
module, and as soon as it was run it started growing.                  After
a couple of Tanisha's strong coffee mugs later, Ken had the complete
program uncompressed. It took up almost one hundred and seventytwo clusters.
Ken froze it and ran it through a couple of the SSA Analyzer Modules. When
programming on a Analog Mainframe you couldn't just read the memory dump
like on the old digital ones. All you could do was to watch things happen,
freeze the program and then try to analyze them.
                                       In the early hours of the morning,
Ken had retracted a couple of modules from the Worm program and copied
them to a disk.          @3That's about all I can do. Now let's take a cab
down to Midtown and have some people take a peek at these modules.
         @1Maybe I should stay here and watch...          @3No no, you're coming.
Tanisha can stay and watch the appartment. You know where my gun is,
Tanisha - Just in case. @2Outside it was dark and cold. The cab pulled up
beside the entrance and they got in.      @1Where to guys ?       @3The Chinese
Sector, Midtown.     @1I can drop you off at the entrance. That's as far as I
go at this hour.@2   Ken closed the cab door behind him and they started
walking towards the entrance to the Chinese Sector.
@1Good Golly Miss Molly!   This surely is the most exciting thing since
the last pretty exciting thing.      Anyway, that's all I'm affraid.
      As usual I'll see you all in the next issue.... Until then
keep those Gallery Pictures FLOWING in and send me a cookie or some snacks
too.   Ok ?      Great.       End of scrolltext
 




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INDEX - EURONEWS MAY 1991:
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     Editorial               
     General Info            
     Prices                  
     News, part 1            
     News, part 2            
     News, part 3            
     News, part 4            
     Letter and Messages     
     Clip Art Competition    
     Euronews correspondents?
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     Hot Sister Competition! 
     Jokes corner            
     List of voters          
     Advertisements, part 1  
     Advertisements, part 2  
     Advertisements, part 3  
     Advertisements, part 4  
     Advertisements, part 5  
     Advertisements, part 6