StankDawg

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  1. Lucky cannot be found. decoder has his stereo too loud - doug complains. New Jersey / Vermont DATUs have had all their password changed, they are no longer on default (which they have been on for years). New York DATUs are still on default passwords. "They are onto us" -- doug. If you dial a DATU it will give you a 440Hz tone. The Harris manual [Harris.com] tells you the default user password for DATUs is 1111, and the admin password is *2222222. telcodata.us is a comprehensive telephone related information resource. Perhaps all DATUs are on the same new numbers. decoder / Doug do not like "The Broken". BinRev Hack TV is going to be a lot better - they will actually be going out war driving, not just talking about it. the944project.com is a project to "scan the entire 1-800-944- exchange for interesting numbers". Caller ID / ANI spoofing is the latest, greatest subject at Default radio. Attempt to play a Sprint phone recoding [fails after the phones owner picks up]. Sprint PCS's phones as mentioned before, allow you to dial out from the voicemail however some limitations have been discovered (you must be calling from your home coverage area). decoder has the idea it may be possible to spoof from a cell phone in the coverage area based on the exchange of the number - there will be an update on this next week. decoder calls a couple of numbers attempting to get a turned off Sprint phone, but fails and promises he will have one for demonstration next week. doug gives out the call-in number. The was no voicemail. Doug reads out an email. Doug is on a Packet8 phone in Chino Hills. decoder calls the call-in line conference number but misdials, there is no one there. decoder dials again, there are people there. Someone on the conference plays some audio from September 11th. People talked about others in another conference were calling a Boston elevator and using the intercom on it. There is a particular elevator that also allows you to control what floor it goes to using DTMF (decoder will not disclosure the number). "0wning elevators" -- decoder. Telemarketers have now started sending fake caller id. Someone in the conference attempts to 3 way in Jason Scott webmaster of textfiles.com - it does not work. natas attempts it and is successful. Jason runs textfiles.com from a T1 line going into his house (It is pushing out about 30-40GB per month). People should pre-render web pages. Textfiles.com gets about 100,000-120,000 unique hits per month. Someone apparently does not know a milliwatt number and attempts to DOS the conference call-in number by repeatedly pressing buttons on their phone. "Everything is allways on Default..." "... except for the DATUs"

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  2. guests are lucky225 at la2600 with scroo & kurced. Talk about the "old days" with pagers. Lucky calls in too early and hangs up. Doug reviews on Packet8 and Vonage. decoder calls Lucky at LA 2600. decoder talks to Scroo (also at LA 2600) about Blacklisted 411 "Westcoast counterpart to 2600" an old-time hacking magazine which has just started up again. decoder, Lucky, and StankDawg have article in the recently released Winter 2600. Layer 1 a hacker conference will be talking place June 12-13th at Los Angeles International Airport Westin Hotel. Everyone at LA 2600 is watching Lucky and Scroo through the payphones. Scroo passes off the phone to kurced. Trouble with low sound levels on the phones. decoder calls AT&T (3G/2G/Go Phones) Customer Service "back door" (bypass 30-60 min queue waiting times) number 800-572-8071 Ex: 41547 pound. Lucky and Doug try to fill while decoder sorts out some issues with his phone. Lucky drops to take part in the LA 2600 meeting. Happy Birthday to Lucky225's girlfriend! There are two emails about the UK talking clock. 4 UK talking clock numbers are 0845-124-9068 (from the US 0-11-44-845-124-9068), 0845-092-8081, 0870-765-8081, and 0131-477-7676. It is no longer possible to buy talking clocks, but you can build one. In the UK 0845 is the prefix for a local rate non geographic number, 0870 for a non geographic nation rate number. 123 is the "official" number for the UK talking clock. Some UK website for VoIP are - Telappliant an 0870 number mapped a SIP phone and Sip Call a prepay VOIP to PSTN termination service. Doug calls the voicemail (*67-1-484-DEFAULT) there are several messages including one from Poland (some UK phones have different number-to-letter mappings). A lot of payphone phreaking goes on in Poland. Apparently there is a way to make calls to non toll-free numbers using Free World Dialup. Nokia 918 analogue phones are not susceptible to voicemail hacking - they do not have voicemail. Doug (voicemail 909-212-DOUG) is going to launch a weekly Internet TV show. decoder's voicemail is 206-984-3825. "Everything is always on Default". [An automatic voice message system (484-333-2858) is hacked]

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  3. This is the "Default" episode of "Default" radio. Episode 6.9 has been lost. decoder did not like episode 11. Scroo will be on episode 12. Lucky225, and decoder have been playing with ANI spoofing. If you have your voicemail set up so you do not need to enter a password (default setup), change it. Your "FLEXANI" determines the voicemail box when you and listen to your messages on a cellular/mobile phone. Other things possible once a voicemail box has been hacked include changing your greeting. Lucky reiterates that FLEXANI is the only thing that determines the voicemail box which is not secure. Sprint's voicemail access number is [area_code][prefix_of_phone]-1111) If you spoof the FLEXANI to this number of another customer who has no password set up you will get into their voicemail. T-Mobile is believed to use voicemail access number [area_code][prefix_of_phone]-9999 (eg 909-319-9999). Sprint allows you to place calls using the voicemail - possibilities for fraudulent use. There are many ways to spoof your FLEXANI which is what most places (including credit card companies) use to verify who you are. Real-time ANI is only used for billing purposes. If you have a Linux box, and download Asterisk PBX software there are VoIP services which allow you to spoof your own FLEXANI (such as someone.s Sprint number). Lucky knows someone who has this setup (Note: Kevin Mitnick recently demonstrated this on TechTV). Lucky has an article on "ANI and Caller ID spoofing". Lucky calls the 800-555-1140 ANAC spoofing his FLEXANI to "212-001-0001" - it works (Apparently you can pass any 10 digit number - with a valid area code). New Vonage customers get a Motorola VoIP box (instead of the Cisco) which has some new features. When 3-way calling with Vonage both sides must pick up. With Vonage's new bug, you only get one 3 way, and must hang up / call again to 3 way to someone else. If you are calling a Verizon customer who has not got voicemail set, set it up for them. Small wireless phone companies buy phone error messages from other companies. Discussion on the Superbowl / reality TV (decoder's rant). Lucky pronounces telephony. "Partner Mail VS" (accessed on *7) administrator mail box is usually 99 with password 1234. Malicious hackers may break into your Partner Mail and change the default language to Cantanese. Audix (accessed on *7) to get in: [mail_box_number][password][pound_key] (no default password). Meridian Mail - get a voicemail, *81 to log in [mail_box_number][password][pound_key] (no default password). Hacking a "Mail South Inc." mailbox - Decoder enters 111, (unknown_dtmf) and gets into a voicemail box. decoder attempts to "hack" another voicemail box but the password has changed. On an unknown voicemail system admin mail boxes are usually: 999, 199, 500 - there is the possibility of DOS since message length is unlimited. Linksys default access details are username: admin, password admin or blank (no password). Apartment complexes electronic gate systems are generally not secure e.g. with (Syntex?) to login type ***, then enter 000000 (6 zeros) as the password (usually enter 1,4 to add a pass code, then ** to exit programming) Almost all apartment gate systems (which Lucky has come accross) are set on default passwords. Pizza Hut have an administration site where all you need to login in is the store number as the password and managers first name, last name, store number as the username. Receipts may have the managers name on them. decoder has a go at people with fake "Fisher Price" phones. Send mail to PO Box 1111, Guasti California, 91743-11111. Employee area doors with access keypads such as Walmart usually use the store number e.g. 1584. [Recording saying The ANI is 484-3332-858].

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  4. Lucky lost his job. Lucky's private investigation business is not going well. Doug experiences packet loss, Lucky silently drops. Telemarketers are now required to pass a valid caller id. Do not call 800 numbers direct (your actual ANI is always passed), use 10-10-288. decoder drops in the middle of a sentence, Doug drops, Lucky is the only one left. [short Break, to sort out technical issues]. There are no emails. decoder calls Japan, they have a nice ring tone. AT&T have new, kinder recordings while you wait.Lucky has an advanced copy of his article on privacy that will appear in the Winter edition of 2600 at verizonfears.com. Lucky usually buys 2600 from Barnes & Noble since they have it before it arrives in his mailbox, and jokes about signing the extra copies and selling them on Ebay. Lucky has an AT&T phone without a social security number and describes how to do it. Doug plays the voicemail, Tron has left a message. decoder's voicemail is 206-984-3825, Lucky's voicemail is 909-590-0004. Cbzone is officially gone. decoder disappears, Lucky and Doug fill. Talk of a possible hacker conference in Arizona. "Everything is always on Default".

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  5. SoCal, a Look Back. This episode was pre recorded, and will feature content recorded from the SoCal bridge. Tron (known for disrupting teleconferences among other thing) is not such a bad guy accoring to decoder. Tron was "owned". Tron did not like a text file written by decoder. For a period Tron was calling the FBI for 20 minutes every day. [Audio played from conference]. Captain Crunch is working on a "Crunch Box" and trying to rid the world of spammers. Emmanual Goldstein (editor of 2600 Magazine) and Tron go back 20-25 years. [Audio played from conference with Captain Crunch]. Email requested from Tron. The SoCal bridge was a linux machine running Asterisk PBX with two T1 lines (24 voice lines) operating as a conference service. Kevin Mitnick was also heard on there a few times. Everybody who was anybody was on the SoCal bridge. It went down after the NSA got involved.[Recorded clips from the SoCal bridge is played]

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  6. This episode was pre recorded due to Doug being on vacation. Bell South is getting out of the payphone business. A lot of people these days are getting away from copper landlines in favour of their VoIP / cell phones - decoder does not like it. "If its not copper, its not a phone" -- decoder. During blackouts phones such as VoIP will not work (unless you have a UPS), normal phone lines are reliable. decoder dialled up ABC news's on-air phone line to get the news during the blackout. 2.4 GHz phones will knock out a Wi-Fi network while in use. The 802.11a standard is 5.8GHz (same as the phones). 5.8GHz phones have a limited range. If you have not got a rotary phone in your house, you are not a phreak. Lucky has a pay phone laying around in his house. It is not a good idea to "scan" (numbers) on a rotary dial phone. If it was not for payphones decoder would not be a phreak. decoder feels bad for the kids growing up without payphones around. Captian Crunch was phreaking to reach numbers that could not be reached normally, not to get free calls. ntheory drops after some trouble with the modular plug on his phone. ntheory has a script to look up area codes at entanglement.net, he also has an AIM client to do the same. Default radio gets through 30/50GB transfer a month. There are no emails from listeners. Information on DATU units. Nettwerked.net is a Canadian phreaking site. decoder lost the password to Default radio voicemail. A listener suggests to name episode files (as the date in a standard ISO convention). ntheory suggests if people keep complaining to name each episode its md5 hash. Doug calls the voicemail, nttheory has left a message "ntheory owns your ANI" which has a callback number of 484-333-2858 (the Default voicemail number). decoder states they will not release any information how to spoof ANI the easy way as demonstrated by ntheory. Next weeks episode will be a SoCal special. "Everything is always on Default"

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  7. AT&T is expanding it local service to 27 states. Lucky gets another call. Doug was talking to an AT&T operator who insisted they only offer long distance service. A landline has a call timeout. Lucky discusses bank accounts, and opening them without a social security number. Lucky informs his bank what the Patriot Act (section 3.26) actual says / does not say which they have been told to cite to customers when opening accounts. decoder calls Wells Fargo who state it is up to the individual branches what identification they require. A listener contacts Lucky on AIM about the New York AP accidentally leaking some celebrities phone numbers. decoder gives out the call-in number 508-295-9926 ex 187. The newsgroup alt.phreaking has posts which have more information on it (note: the full list is now widely available on many sites such as dankoleary.com). Lucky calls the call-in line. Lucky is getting into "The Fifth Hope" for free. Doug pays someone to host the cbzone.org stream. decoder called up some number in Antigua Barbuda and got charged $4.84. Doug has made some spelling mistakes on the Default Radio website. Lucky calls Scott Free (who was admin of the SoCal bridge) on his mobile, he is in the desert. Scott announces that the SoCal will be return .pretty soon. Episode 10 will feature recordings from the SoCal. "This has been Dafault Radio episode 8" -- decoder. "Everything is always on Default"

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  8. If you have show notes for this episode please post them here.

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  9. Default magazine is available on Lucky225's webpage. decoder spent a single day getting the magazine together. Lucky recently got a new phone from AT & T (the Ericsson T62U). "Happy new year to everyone" -- decoder. Paris Hilton's phone number was 310-990-7444. Some AT & T employee got a list of AT & T 800 numbers and posted them on the Internet [Google Groups | Neisz>]. AT & T's main "back door" number is 888-799-1305. Lucky calls 888-799-1305 they quote a 10 minute waiting time, and no one picks up (the back door number seems to be tied up). Lucky calls another back door number and gets put through to the main number straight away who give him the number 866-293-4636. Polish pay phones have their own prefix's. Lucky tells the story of how he had two cell phones ring at the same time which were on the same number. Lucky puts out the theory that it would be possible to get the caller id of anyone on the local cell sites first call (after they switch on their phone). Lucky was at his moms house on New Years eve. Default magazine was released before the radio show. Episode 7 will be live. "As always, Everything is always on Default"

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  11. w1nt3rmut3 is the special guest on this episode. Majestic calls in unexpectedly then drops. w1nt3rmut3 got a ticket after someone else ran a stop sign. w1nt3rmut3 gets another call, decoder fills with Doug. decoder does not like SUV's. w1nt3rmut3 discusses lock picking and how it works. If you get pulled over on the street with lock picks the police may view them as a .burglary tool. which can get you in trouble. decoder has a catalogue from Shomer Tec who sell lock picking devices to law enforcement. There are $11 digital cameras (1.2mp) which you are meant to take back to get developed, however it is possible to get the pictures off the yourself with a Palm cable [Alternate]. decoder had flames come out the back of his Volvo. Doug calls "KDDI Japan Direct" (800-543-0051). 800 numbers for "country direct" are free since they are usually used for placing collect / credit card calls within that country. decoders favourite ring tone is the Japanese. Honda's Tokyo headquarters number is 011-81-3-3423-1111. Doug gets some UK country direct numbers and considers calling the US country direct number from the UK (using Free World Dialup who offer among other things a free VoIP to UK 0800 number service). Doug calls the Netherlands country direct, decoder can't understand it (it is in Dutch). The Dutch country direct operator will not do directory lookup.

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  12. Default Radio's first live episode. "Five-Live".

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  13. If you have show notes for this episode, please post them here.

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  14. If anyone has show notes for this episode, please add them.

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  15. A Special Episode: Packet HATE! Opening music: Pailhead - "I will refuse", Lucky225 is back!, VoIP Wars III: Packet8 sucks cock!, Unlimited doesnt mean unlimited, Packet8 screws Lucky, doug helps Vonage screw him, zerocents.com, pre-paid credit cards, we call Packet8 and leave them a nice message, we call Vonage and talk to a rep, closing music: Lead Into Gold - "faster than light".

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  16. Opening music: Ministry - "hero", Lucky225 is missing in action, VoIP Wars II: Packet8 has unlimited international!, ntheory's npa.php site (database of exchanges), the Roof Trampoline (patent panding!), ANI-ii digits (information integers??), phone calls! -Paris Hilton's cellphone -Ameritech RespOrg -the Governator -Nebraska 511 system -Lucky225's house, shouts to StankDawg, dual, & Majestic, closing music: Ministry - "lay lady, lay".

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  17. Intro from StankDawg, opening music: KMFDM - "megalomaniac", Lucky225 in the Urban Dictionary, VoIP Wars: Vonage vs. Packet8, Veriz0wn Investigations, 435-723-9901 on artofhacking.com, ANI explained!, Op-diverting demonstrations, collect calling with BellSouth, Majestic calls in unexpectedly, shouts to everyone, closing music: KMFDM - "virus".

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  18. This is the original version of the cult classic bananaphone song by Raffi. It is a simple childrens song but has a cult following among phone phreaks. The true original song is actually slower than this, but it was sped up to give it the sounds that is most common today.

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  19. Stank is joined by Scott Berinato from <a href="http://www.csoonline.com/">CSO magazine</a>, Scott talks about the cost of copper in coinage, Email from irongeek about ads and google adsense, hackers buy a lot of gadgets, Stank talks about shelf space at Walmart, Email about encryption tools for email check out <a href="http://developer.kde.org/~kgpg/">kgpg</a> and <a href="http://winpt.sourceforge.net/en/">winpt</a> Stank talks about click fraud and patterns, check out Scott’s article <a href="http://www.csoonline.com/read/010107/brf_bank_phishing.html">the bad guys get smarter</a> Scott talks about a phishing email that he wrote about in his article, Scott talks about IM phishing and "spear phishing", Stank talks about targeted attacks, Scott talks about web applications and disclosing vulnerabilities, Stank keeps his mouth shut, discussion of what you should do if you find a vulnerability, it’s a case by case basis but the risks never change, ignorance is bliss, Stank gives his advice, the game has changed and maybe the laws need to change with it, Stank suggests responsible disclosure, site of the week <a href="http://www.csoonline.com">csoonline.com</a>

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  20. Stank is joined by natas, Stank is still on his cherry Kool-Aid kick, natas has some phone troubles in his area, natas talks about his radio show pbx, Stank recommends the new issues of von magazine, and baseline magazine, check out <a href="http://www.vonmag-digital.com”>von magazine online</a>, natas doesn’t have any male problems, Email about vista speech recognition system and how it looks very similar to <a href="http://www.nuance.com/naturallyspeaking/">Dragon Naturally Speaking</a>, natas never hated Microsoft till now, Stank rants about IE7 and the media player, check out thunderbird's gpg plugin <a href="http://enigmail.mozdev.org/">enigmail</a>, Stank explains pay for click and cost per thousand, Stank talks about click thru ratio and quality score, Stank and natas are both blacklisted from google, natas explains adwords and adsense, Stank’s adsense woes, overture got bought out by yahoo and became yahoo search marketing, natas explains yahoo’s new ad system , Microsoft has it’s own ad’s as well at <a href="https://adcenter.microsoft.com/Default.aspx">Microsoft ad center</a>, Stank talks about tor and ads, the internet is one big hustle, site of the week <a href="http://searchmarketing.yahoo.com">Yahoo search marketing</a>

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  21. Stank is joined by Booter this week, Stank breaks his pattern drinking cherry Kool-Aid this week, Stank explains the reasons behind the server move, the new server is a managed box, Stank explains the issues with the server move, Stank’s nameserver woes, Booter talks about cougar hunting, look for a relaunch of <a href="http://www.willhackforfood.biz/">willhackforfood coming soon</a>, Booter has to urinate, Stank explains the different type of hosting, Stank talks about free hosing such as geocities and tripod, Booter explains shared hosting, be careful when dealing with resellers try to go with bigger companies, Booter explains the difference between a co-located and a dedicated servers, dedicated servers run as low as $50, Stank explains the need for more memory, Booter talks about network overages and usage, Stank talks about bind and setting up nameservers, other things you might run on a server are mail spam filters and some type of database software, Booter talks about control panels and why they are used, Stank talks about managed servers most managed servers don't give you root access, some have only a specific number of support tickets and support only a specific control panel software, site of the week <a href="http://folding.stanford.edu">folding.stanford.edu</a>

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  22. Stank is joined by savant this week, Stank owned himself in irc, Stank gives an update on the server stability, Stank is trying to not be a beggar on the air, forums have been upgraded, <a href="http://www.hackerevents.org>Hackerevents.org</a> is back online and updated, savant talks about a BinRev Disney trip in February, savant talks about the Tinkerbell pass, savant has pants on for once, Email about the audio quality issues, savant gets pwned with movie trivia, savant is drinking on the air again, savant talks about his nicotine patch, Stank never took the SAT?, savant gets roasted again for his faulty movie quote reference, Stank talks about forwarding spam to his cell, Email about producing linux t-shirts, check out <a href="http://www.infoworld.com/article/06/09/15/38OPsecadvise_1.html">14 best security practices</a> from infoworld, learn what is running on your computer, why vista is a bit annoying but has better security, vista is self healing but too much "flair", Stank rants about blocking file extensions in email, don’t give anyone more permissions then they need, savant rants about his myspace woes, take everything off default, security is a layered process, site of the week <a href="htttp://youtube.infamousx.com">youtube.infamousx.com</a>

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  23. Black Ratchet is joined by savant this week, savant is one of the more popular hosts, savant can be replaced with a 40 line perl script, Ratchet is curious if there are any issues with the audio on the show, savant had MLK off, Email about the Harmony 880, BR likes buttons on his remotes, Email about infosec degrees and scholarships check out <a href="http://www.nsa.gov/careers/students_4.cfm">nsa.gov</a> for NSA scholarships, Ratchet talks about tubes, To work for the nsa you need a brain the size of Michigan, Email about cell phone cloning, Ratchet makes a bad Ethernet joke, Ratchet talks about canceling cell phone contracts, Email from a anonymous girl listener, Ratchet talks about the SDA from T-Mobile, check out <a href="http://www.planetmotox.com/">planetmotox.com</a> for razr hacks, savant talks about his SDA check out <a href="http://www.gilscottheron.com/lyrevol.html">bumper sticker</a> culture lyrics, Email about the i-phone, i-phone won’t run any third party apps, savant is not drunk this time around savant learned PHP, site of the week <a href="mydeathspace.com">MyDeathSpace.com</a>

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  24. BR is joined by NotTheory this week, NotTheory hasn’t been on the show in a while, BR got a wireless weather station for Christmas, NotTheory is not a fan of the treo, NotTheory talks about his bad luck with Bluetooth headsets, BR likes Sneakers, NotTheory’s anger management classes worked, NotTheory has a history of breaking phones, check out episode 2 of <a href="http://www.hacktv.org/">HackTV</a> to see NotTheory destroy a sidekick 2, NotTheory talks about his new toy, the shows have not streamed in the last couple of weeks due to server issues, NotTheory explains how to pick up pager traffic check out <a href="http://www.skysweep.com/generic_fsk_decoder.htm">fsk decoders</a>, ham radio has dropped the Morse code requirement from the license exam, Email about MySQL, BR's plans for the show didn’t work out like he wanted them to, Blackberries have their own proprietary OS, NotTheory talks about the sidekick, no expandability with the sidekick, NotTheory doesn't care for Blackberries, Palm development is a nightmare, the documentation for windows mobile is very good, BR explains internet service plans, BR surfs the internet on the train using his phone as a modem tethered to his laptop, site of the week: <a href="http://ocremix.org/">ocremix.org</a>

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  25. BR is co-hosting with Stank this week, Stank explains his weird obsessions with numbers, 2007 = year of "ROOT" (2=R, 0=O, 0=O, 7=T), free styling in a new year, Stank explains his trouble with the server, server move is going to happen within the next month or so, Stank talks about playing old dos games, Email about survival blankets, Email about storing guid's in mysql, listen to the end of each show sometimes there are outtakes at the end after the music, Stank got a new gadget, mini review of the <a href="http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/products/detailsharmony/US/EN,CRID=2084,CONTENTID=9933">Harmony 880</a> universal remote, Stank talks about hacking the remote, Stank rants about TV shows, BR can't pull off the hat, Stank reads a lot of magazines, check out <a href="http://csoonline.com/">CSO magazine</a>, just don't bend over for anybody to be cavity searched, BR needs to find some nervous men, don't joke with airport security, Stank talks about parking garages, don't do anything stupid in airports, a majority of breaches in security come from employees, Stank talks about another article from CSO online, Blackberries support full disk encryption, Site of the week: <a href="http://tribewanted.com/">tribewanted.com</a>

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