The Chicago Tribune has a story about a supposed change in focus at 2600. "Club members still draw the attention of authorities. But the perception that their
meetings are solely a place where hackers exchange trade secrets and plot
electronic break-ins is exaggerated, or at least outdated, say such technology
experts as Stuart McClure, author of 'Hacking Exposed,' a kind of textbook
about how to secure a computer network."
May 7, 2001