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About sniper606

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  • Birthday 07/30/1982

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    Computer Security, UNIX, Linux, FreeBSD, C Programming, C++ Programming, x86 Assembly Language Programming, Perl Programming, Phone Phreaking, Retro Computing, Theology, Chess, Hermetic Order of The Golden Dawn.
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  1. If you are a BSD user, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, PC-BSD, Darwin, Desktop-BSD, etc, etc then please come join us in #bsd on Also, we could use some channel operators if anyone is interested.
  2. I used to use XFCE because it was light weight and I have low end hardware but anymore its almost just as bloated as Gnome so I quit using it. I'm a minimalist when it comes to computing. My philosophy is keep it simple. I don't even use a gui on my FreeBSD box, don't have one installed, its headless too, no monitor, I access it with ssh.
  3. Nothing in particular really, I just wanted to learn whatever I can about it. My local phone company Thacker & Grigsby Communications uses it. 1-606-785-xxxx
  4. I am trying to find out as much as I can about the Tekelec 9000 Distributed Switching Solution Class 4 Switch. Any info that anyone can provide would be appreciated. A manual or other dox on it would be awesome.
  5. I dropped LXDE and went back to Fluxbox, it seems thaty LXDE gets sluggish after the box has been running for a few days.
  6. Just curious, trying to make conversation. As I stated in a previous post I recently switched from Fluxbox to LXDE and I like it a lot because it runs great on my low end system and it just works great too. So what do you guys use for a desktop and why?
  7. Since switching to LXDE I see no need to use any other desktop environment. I absolutely love it.
  8. Thanks for clarifying, I am still new to the phreaking world. Would you happen to have a link to where I could learn more about R1?
  9. This was years ago and I didn't change my grades, I just did it to see if I could do it and that was that. The college I went to, their office computers where connected to the same LAN that the computer labs pc's where on. I found out the software that they used to connect to the main pc where grades where kept and installed it on one of the pc's in the lab, can't remember the name right off but it used the telnet protocol. I installed a packet sniffer on one of the pc lab's boxes, as I recall correctly it was called Iris from eye digital security. All I had to do was fire it up and then go to the office and ask them to pull a copy of my transcript and the packet sniffer did its job and got me the login and pass then I was able to use the software I installed on the pc lab box to log right in and view my grades. Yeah I could have changed them but I didn't, at the time it really wasn't about being ethical although I am now but it was more about getting caught and getting in trouble.
  10. I haven't tried any more fones that aren't COCOT's yet. I thought I would throw this in here though. I was playing with project mf and while dialed into it on the iphone you can pull up the Phonal Tonal boxing program and it will recognize the tones right from the iphone. It's pretty fun to play with. Now that I discovered this it makes me even more sad that livengood died.
  11. “If there be light, then there is darkness; if cold, heat; if height, depth; if solid, fluid; if hard, soft; if rough, smooth; if calm, tempest; if prosperity, adversity; if life, death.” -- Pythagoras.

  12. "God arithmetizes." -- Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss.

  13. Top 100 Network Security Tools. You might find this site useful.
  14. What does it mean when you hit 0 on a payphone to dial the op and it says error 49?
  15. Pidgin has an off the record messaging plugin that me and some friends use when we need to talk about sensitive things.