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  1. I am a she. A very sleep deprived she who often makes little sense on a good day. What I should have clarified in the first post is that I'm aware of the rumors and often controvery concerning those two numbers in particular. Outside of them, which arguably never worked in the first place, nevermind still exist, I'm trying to find out if there was such a number nowadays that you could call and recieve any sort of verification that your phone might be tapped by local or federal authorities. I've googled both the numbers from the first post and read the dated BBS files they were attached to. Like I so unintelligably stated, if I could have found what I was looking for on Google, I wouldn't have posted here. On a sidenote, I don't really think asking if such a service existed/exists is really a flamebait post. My communication skills are debateable, but I've been running on little to no sleep here, so cut me a break, eh? -sp00f.
  2. Like I said, I know about them. Hence the reason I was asking for some. It was supposed to be a bit of a filter so people didn't pull up ages old textfiles with google and start posting me lists of 800-extenders. And 950's. And the 48 volt/ohm meter technique. They also say to hook up an extension cord to your telephone and plug it in to try and blow out the trace.. ..let's ponder this for a moment. On that note, if there were valid things to be found through google, they wouldn't warrant a post here. Suppose my post didn't clearly express the tone it was written from. Forgive me, haven't slept in a while, therefor my posting clarity and expression of blatant sarcasm might be slightly hindered. Shit happens. Anywho, as per the original post.. if anyone has a record of any of these numbers existing currently or otherwise, post it.
  3. Niftly little numbers that'll play a tone (hi/lo) it you've got a tap on your line. I know about 617-494-9900 and 617-890-9900. Anyone else have anything? -sp00f.
  4. You know Dante as Boolean Cube or Iconoclast Putty...... All I know is from Joe's dad: They were driving and Joe hit a telephone pole at the right headlight of his car. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry to be telling everyone, Dante and Rod were pronounced dead at the scene. Joe is in a coma. He's expected to make it, but he has two broken legs, collarbone, breastbone, wrist, and damage to his liver. They have him in what I'm assuming is an induced coma because they can't anesthetize him and operate until the drug/alcohol tests come back positive or negative. I'm so sorry. I loved them like brothers.. -=Rest in peace=- Dante and Roderick 12/18/2005 "Another Wake, Another Time, A Premature Goodbye. I've watched you go and seen you pass, I always knew it wouldn't last. Together now we mourn the loss, and remember all the fun. We'll Drink the beer and hang out where death took another son. So all for one and one for all, do we ever wonder why. Though the reasons clear, this friend so dear was taken before his time. So may this round be on the corpse of a dead man, with a toast that tells of a love you never shared. So as we dance on the grave of the misbehaved . . Raise your glass! And sing the praise of a fallen soul. Many bow their heads for this man they know so well, with solemn thoughts they'll drink and drug for a resurrection. (Facing death we fear no danger) While Mothers shed their tears through a vail of desperation these fiends of a vicious breed raise holy hell. So may this round be on the corpse of a dead man, with a toast that tells of a love you never shared. So as we dance on the grave of the misbehaved . . Raise your glass! And sing the praise of a fallen soul. How many times can fate be changed, the dice be rolled is there no path of least resistance, for the bold (It's never sought and rarely taken) So may this round be on the corpse of a dead man, with a toast that tells of a love you never shared. So as we dance on the grave of the misbehaved . . Raise your glass! And sing the praise of a fallen soul. Many bow their heads for this man they know so well, with solemn thoughts they'll drink and drug for a resurrection. (Facing death we fear no danger) While Mothers shed their tears through a vail of desperation these fiends of a vicious breed raise holy hell. So may this round be on the corpse of a dead man, with a toast that tells of a love you never shared. So as we dance on the grave of the misbehaved . . Raise your glass! And sing the praise of a fallen soul."
  5. <whois> Domain Name: 0X800CCC0D.COM Registrar: BULKREGISTER, LLC. Whois Server: whois.bulkregister.com Referral URL: http://www.bulkregister.com Name Server: US01.AMERICAS.CAMELDNS.COM Name Server: UK01.EUROPE.CAMELDNS.COM Status: ACTIVE Updated Date: 01-jul-2004 Creation Date: 01-dec-2003 Expiration Date: 01-dec-2004 Administrative Contact:: Chris Burton: sales@max-hosting.net Max Hosting 17 Lowfield Lane, Balderton, Newark Notts, NG24 3HJ GB Phone:: 447930505834 Fax:: 448701641489 Technical Contact:: Chris Burton: sales@max-hosting.net Max Hosting 17 Lowfield Lane, Balderton, Newark Notts, NG24 3HJ GB Phone:: 447930505834 Fax:: 448701641489 Record updated date on: 2003-12-01 20:10:46 Record created date on: 2003-12-01 Record will be expiring on date: 2004-12-01 Database last updated on: 2004-09-20 19:17:52 EST Domain servers in listed order: UK01.EUROPE.CAMELDNS.COM 213.230.200.244 US01.AMERICAS.CAMELDNS.COM 65.254.55.219 </whois>
  6. http://0x800ccc0d.com/ Take a gander. Any clue as to what this is? It's not binary/ebcdic/base64 or any other encoding i can translate fluently. The number of bits don't match up and it would prolly be gibberish even if they did. Also, some links are fucked, while others lead to different numbers on the page. What'n the bloody hell is this?
  7. I got no clue how to pull a version number off this thing. Happened to hit just the right keypress and a password box came up. I said, gee, that's odd. So I opened tasks and did it a few more times. Only thing changing was appmgr.exe.. Google'd it and I'm assuming it's Fortres. I'm not at that comp but I'll go hunting around in the install dir to see if I can grab a readme or something with the version on it. til then, -sp00f (needing a tinfoil hat)
  8. not sure if it helps.. but whatever tones happen to occur when you keep (*) + (#) pressed on a payphone (verizon last time i played around) will disconnect you from most dialups within a few seconds of constant noise.
  9. Fortres runs on windows. Comp is using windows XP pro. Cleanslate isn't a problem. Matter of fact, it's a nice little feature to have all the logs erased if you accidentally kick the powersupply. Problem is getting this Fortres killed, at least temporarily as cleanslate will put it back in after reboot. Can't figure out what it does/is/is doing. I know a boatload of things are disabled while it's running though, and that's bad.
  10. Ok, I need some help. Computer running Fortres (v4.0 I think). It's also running cleanslate so it wipes the log files of fortres along with whatever was installed since last reboot everytime it's restarted. What does Fortres do? How well does it do it? How do you get rid of it? Shift+alt+control+F brings up a password dialog (appmgr.exe in tasks) that disappears when it's not the active window. Tried looking some info up online. There's nothing recoverable in the .set or .cs3 files (and yes, I found the site that supposedly does it for you.. it took the entire input and says the password is the letter P. My ass. Anyway, trying to get rid of it. Any help appreciated. -sp00f.
  11. damn straight! -sp00f (still with a tinfoil hat)
  12. Lying in bed? Coast to coast AM all day? Sounds like my kinda life! Fuck you paper trails! *tunes in* -sp00f (with a tinfoil hat)
  13. Well, I'm the programming consultant for the punk station so I'm required to plug...... RantRadio! Talk: 64k / 24k (Featuring BinRev archives sometimes..) Industrial: 128k / 24k Punk: 128k RantTV: .NSV
  14. Hey, ease off.. It coulda been tubgirl. -sp00f.
  15. Bloodshed Dev C++ - great compiler, free. I have Turbo++ if you want it, but it's on it's way to being obsolete. Borland makes some great compilers too, but they're pricey and really dont have all that much more functionality compared to bloodshed unless you know how to use everything. I'd say for learning, use Bloodshed. You can also use a cout statement instead of printf: void main() { cout << "This is a C++ program"; system("pause"); //This is a one-line comment /* This is a block comment */ }