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#1 nick84



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Posted 24 November 2002 - 07:37 PM

I just saw a new publication entitled "Radical Future" on http://www.port7alliance.com/ by Epiphany.

Issues currently out include articles on “Cell Phone Scanning Using an Oki 1325”, along with some thought provoking pieces on topics ranging from Social Security to Propaganda.
http://www.port7alli...icalfuture.html - definitely worth a read.

(yes I know thats exactly the same as I posted on my own site -_-)

#2 StankDawg


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Posted 24 November 2002 - 10:14 PM

I like these guys a lot. Anyone furthering the cause of white hat hacking is 31337 in my book.

Do they have a small link button that I can put on my front index page? I didn't see one anywhere...

#3 nick84



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Posted 25 November 2002 - 09:22 AM

Well I haven't seen any link buttons for port7alliance, (rootsecure.net also has its link button up at http://www.rootsecur...root_button.gif thanks to CXI) :voteyes:

From memory Shimomura demonstrated scanning on an OKI 900 in a court room. Just wondering if anyone knows if I am I correct in assuming the OKI 1325 was a later release, (which is still available/works on the analogue system) ?!

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Posted 02 December 2002 - 06:51 PM

Thanx a bunch a bunch for the support Nick84 and StankDawg. And this is a really cool forum you have set up here. (I like the emotions :eat: lol)

Well i used to have a small link button for the site but I didn't like it much so I'm in the process of making a new once. When I'm done I'll let you know.

Yep it was the Oki 900 that Shimomura used... however the Oki 1325 which was a later version still had scanning capabilties. Hey StankDawg I'm glad you like the ezine, issue 3 of the mag is due out later this month i'll keep you undated.

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