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About BriskAttivo

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  1. Telecom New Zealand is the dominating domestic carrier in New Zealand. Telstra and Optus are Australia. I came across some great NZ 'zines a while ago, could have sworn it was on networkpunk, and it's good to see a site where I can find out more again. I've only done limited scanning in Wellington, just poking around. I still have unlimited VoIP for Australia and New Zealand, so I'll have to ask myself after seeing your post whether I'm going to downgrade to the western europe plan or do some NZ scanning. Probably will just downgrade since phreaking is dead. DEAD like German Batball I tell you! Either way I'm curious to hear more.
  2. I got an e-mail today from Stanaphone that told me that calls are going to be free on Valentine's day. There's more details here: Just thought I'd give everybody the head's up. Even if I am a good for nothing bum.
  3. Did anybody try what I said?
  4. Sub-Sonix I used wardialers and an external modem for most of my VoIP scans: Inner London 9999 Sydney Optus Test Exchange Sydney 9999 Tokyo Recordings Sub-exchange Shinjuku, Tokyo 9999 and 0000 Scan. What am I looking for? I can't really say. I guess that's what phreaking is all about.
  5. I have an old laptop that I run DOS wardialers on. I just don't like THC-Scan's inability (or at least unobvious ability) to configure the pauses between calls. Toneloc you just push space bar and it's instant <click> <dialing>
  6. That's a pretty good idea if you can get it to work. If you could add some other features as well that'd be even better. The program has some good features if you can get it to work. I still use toneloc though, because it's a million times faster.
  7. I used to do this all the time, when a security guard friend at a university told me about it. Other search strings that work are "Axis 2100 Network Camera" and "Axis Video Server"
  8. My US Robotics 56K v.90 external does I think. You're much better listening to each call though over a speaker or headphones though, unless you're primarily looking for carriers.
  9. Mostly newspapers and old city directories. You can pretty much find around the time when a build was built by seeing how far back the address and number goes in a city directory (what some phreaks call a criss-cross directory). Then take newspaper microfilm reels and search the beginning and ending months for the suspected building year, and see what you come up with. The AT&T and Qwest lease came up in a tariff or something. I can't remember where exactly. You can also find information from publicly available property records and tax assessments sometimes.
  10. Quick everybody bumrush 0sw4ld's e-mail address.
  11. Would you believe me if I said I had this file on my computer? Good for you for finding that Majestic, because I know exactly where you looked. I was trying to work on a Hong Kong scan for a while, but the audio quality is really fucked up. I believe there's no city codes or anything, just the country code and prefixes since it's all one big city. I'm still interested in scanning the city. And for those of you that have the file reading as garbage, you may need to download one of these:
  12. Those pictures are kind of creepy. I never knew something like that existed. It's hard to believe, it looks almost organic.
  13. You LERG fiend! Yeah, I went to the library and did a little research on the building a while ago in the special collections section. It was built in the 50s I believe, and although the majority of the activity in the building is Qwest it is owned by AT&T and Qwest has to rent a lease. It's really weird. Maybe it used to be an IXC center of some kind. Regardless of all that I'd sure like to take a look inside.
  14. You sure are nosy, but what the hell. 528 N. Main St, Davenport, IA. DVNPIADT.
  15. I'd say it's not really a learning tool for exactly how things work or even what they are. It's more of a lesson on "how to learn" and a good example of the curiousity in phreaking.