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  1. Interesting!. Will be getting the kindle version if it's available!
  2. I looked through the page and seems a type of arg game. For asecond i thought there were actually real numbers. Is a fictional set-up or is anything real in the otp22 page?.
  3. What is otp for?. Shortwave club for number stations or what?. Strange but interesting page.
  4. Yes, i know what a wardialer is for . Thanks for the reply. It's a wardialer for windows-based computers using a cellphone. I guess you know what a wardialer is. See ya
  5. Thanks for the reply, but i was referring to hf mainly(shortwave). But of course these frecuencies are interesting too, the only thing is that nowadays is less analog cell traffic over here. Checked the page you linked, dmine45 and was interesting and worth a read. Thanks!!! You'd probably want to check out forums that are related to SWL (ShortWave Listeners) and Scanner enthusiasts. HF Ship to Shore is still done but like many have mentioned, it's switched to Satellite as it's more reliable and is a direct connection. In some areas, AMPS Mobile service (Analog 800mhz cellphones) are still used because they can cover an area better than Digital signaling (Bering Sea Fishermen have AMPS phones aboard). I'm not sure where you're located, but I remember when I lived in Alaska, the State owns their own satellite (Aurora aka Satcom C5). There was hardly anything on that particular satellite, some wild feeds for state events, college distance learning, etc... but some transponders contained hundreds of voice phone calls that people could tune into with an SCPC receiver. Chaotic to listen to even with a narrowed receiver and channel hopping but sometimes you could figure it out... Sorry for the delay and thanks for the reply. Interesting bit of the SCPC receiver, but at the moment don't have satellite stuff, so i'm mainly with terrestrial comms. I can receive satellites, but in the amateur side. Radio is still an interesting world to explore. Thanks!!
  6. But this dialer, what does it exactly?, i mean, is an app for phones or a web-app?. Sorry if it is a silly question, but english isn't my main language and i'm not understanding some of the posts in this thread. Thanks!!!
  7. I think that pulling the plug is still the most quick way to "secure a server"
  8. I just redid the archive of all my past hacking work, much of it RF-based, at http://www.oberonsrest.net/. Lots of good stuff there! I also suggest checking out the following primitive radio resources: http://www.midnightscience.com/ http://makearadio.com/crystal/index.php http://www.crystalradio.net/ Interesting links ticom!
  9. Thanks for the reply, but i was referring to hf mainly(shortwave). But of course these frecuencies are interesting too, the only thing is that nowadays is less analog cell traffic over here. Checked the page you linked, dmine45 and was interesting and worth a read. Thanks!!!
  10. Hello, i'm a radio enthusiast, as well as a phone phreak, and was wondering if anyone in this board still fires up his/her receiver searching for curious and interesting transmissions from phone links. From time to tiem, there could be heard still in hf some phone links, but not many as were several years ago. Of course, if there is anyone trying other bands and satellite, would be interesting to chat here. Cheers!!!
  11. What mean VLF and SSB?. HF link? Thanks in advance!!! just a guess... could be wrong... VLF - very low frequency SSB - single side band HF - high frequency Yeah, i know the acronyms as i have been an ham for too long . I was mainly asking if the line was some kind of phone patch or such?. Is interesting to see a phone through air these days. From time to time could be heard in hf some phone links but unfortunately, they aren't too long to exploit hehe.
  12. Thanks for the tip, Beave. Hope it gets solved soon.
  13. google voice uses jabber or XMPP - most ATA devices do not communicate in this language... but there is this http://obihai.com/ or if i can shamelessly link my blog http://blog.nyphonejacks.com/2011/05/use-your-google-voice-number-with-ata.html i have not purchased or tested one of these yet, so not sure how it works in the real world... i am sure that any war dialer program that uses a dial up modem should work when connected to one of these devices.. i think that there might be a way to integrate XMPP into asterisk but i have not played around with asterisk much yet... haven't really had the time.. Thanks for the info mate!. I also have been looking for software who can use directly the stream of audio and read it as if it were a old modem, bu seems that thereĀ“s nothing like that. I read long time ago in a forum that people were trying to code one, but at this moment it seems impossible. Seems that the obihai is one thing to get info on. Thanks in advance!!!
  14. Hello guys, recently, google voice has been enabled in my country, and i wonder if there is software around that can manage a modem connectionusing gv voip as if it were an old plaint phone line. Also i'm wondering if it's possible to do wardialing using google voice by automated means instead of by hand. Thanks in advance!!!
  15. Hey, anyone knows if the bbs is having problems or if it's shutdown definitely?. These days i can't get an connection. Thanks in advance!!!