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January 18th, 2011


ticom
12:42 pm - The Story of Johnny Hack, Part 3
http://ticom.livejournal.com/215780.html

The usual disclaimers apply.

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March 13th, 2010


main_framer
01:08 pm - Looking for a job. java team lead / system architect
Hi!

At the moment I am looking for a job of java team lead / system architect.
CV
http://www.chantingwolf.narod.ru/cv8en.doc
LinkedIN profile
http://www.linkedin.com/in/mykbova

-Mykola

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March 8th, 2010


ticom
08:19 pm
"I'm bored, anybody have a match?"

- Rumored to be the words uttered by the editor of Cybertech just before creating the first issue of the 'zine.

Much like that open bag of chips or box of Mallomars that compels you to eat the whole package in one sitting, or that scab that you simply have to pick at, the twentieth anniversary of The Cyberpunk Technical Journal is arriving next month and I cannot let it go by without doing an issue.

Release is going to be in about a month or so. If you want to contribute anything and be a part of the 'zine that the "anti-establishment Yippies" refused to accept advertising for in their now-defunct rag, send me an email.

Those of you who have been following the 'zine know the format. Those of you who are new to it can download back issues.

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January 20th, 2010


ticom
04:48 pm - Ticom Zine Issue #6
http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/ticom-zine-issue-%236/8160911

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February 17th, 2008


ticom
10:08 pm - Cordless Phone Security: An Updated Look
Originally published in Issue #27 of Phantasy E-Zine.

Back in the day when it was legal to listen to them, cordless phones operated on some readily accessible portions of the RF spectrum. The base unit transmitted just above the AM broadcast band. It was possible to take most AM/FM radios, tune them to the top end of the AM band, and hear cordless phones up to a mile (or more) away. We called that particular station “WSPY”. The handsets operated on 49 Mhz. The frequencies were the same used by baby monitors and those cheap FM hands-free walkie-talkies you could get from Radio Shack. You could buy one for $50 and walk around your neighborhood tuning through the five channels to hear your neighbor. Glorious days.
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January 21st, 2008


ticom
07:04 pm - Cybertech Zine Issue #24 now available.

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December 31st, 2007


ticom
03:17 pm - So You Want to Be a Hacker?
This article originally appeared in Issue #26 of the IIRG E-Zine, Phantasy.

Since first publishing my own 'zine seventeen years ago, I get asked the question “How do I become a hacker?” no less than five times a week. Sometimes the question is from an individual who has seen one of the popular movies (Hackers, Wargames, Sneakers, et. al.) and thinks he's going to be the next “z3R0 c00l”. Other times it's from an individual who is seriously and genuinely interested in the science and art of hacking. Many things have changed in the hacking scene in the past twenty years, but there are a few common basics that remain timeless.


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September 9th, 2006


leoz
06:26 pm - PoR Release IV, txt edition is finally out!
http://www.thesearenotthedroidsyourelook.info/

Took a while but it's finally up/

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October 25th, 2005


esl
12:23 pm - verizon dsl
hey, does anybody here know direct customer support numbers for wired verizon? (i hate to be on hold).
I had them somewhere but can't find now.
in case somebody knows the answer - i need to ask them what kind of ip i get with their dsl, somebody told me they use private ones, that would suck.
thanks

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July 6th, 2005


urinetrouble
01:11 pm - Calling Cards
Just thought I'd like to plug this:

http://www.nettwerked.net/callingcard/index.html

Calling cards for phreaks, by phreaks. Maybe if you buy enough stuff from them they'll be able to afford an 800 number ;)

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