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About whixrr

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    Seattle,Wa

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  1. Bathroom wall? Writing the number on a bathroom wall?
  2. Live in 206, though i go to Blaine quite often (360)
  3. Yeah, that is how i always thought of it.
  4. Would you use "Phreaking" as an action or a activity? EX:I am a phreaker EX:I am a phreak EX2:I just phreaked that payphone. How do you guys use the word? Personally, I never say "i phreaked it" or "Thats how he phreaked that system"
  5. I have noticed that all (or most?) toll free number prefixes, end in a repeated digit. (example) 911 800 888 877 866 etc But, 411 is an exception. Does anyone know what that is about? Or is it just for people to know if something is toll free? Anyways, Thanks for posting!
  6. There are Millennium Payphones in my area (206 WA) If anyone has info, please reply Answers : pc-oholic Questions : whixrr Q:Can you use Millenium payphones as DTMF decoders? (using the screen as a monitor and playing the DTMF tone into the handset mic?) A: Once you are in a call, they can decode TTY-text, so they should be able to also decode DTMF. Q:Does anyone know if the Millennium payphone's dial tone is fake? I think that they are, because every 5 seconds, a automated voice says "Please Insert Coin or Card" etc A: This is correct. It is fake. Q:This may be difficult to understand, but you will if you try it.) I am questioning that the DTMF tones that you press are not controlling the actual line. I believe that because you dial, then wait for the call, you hear the DTMF (that you dialed by hand) digits dialing faster, (by a machine) Does anyone know what this is about? A:That is correct, too. Between you punching in the number and the phone dialing, a lot can actually happen: For example the phone making a modem-connection to the NCC to get the rate, etc. Q:Also, I have found out that when you dial 0 (operator) and wait, the machine doesn't play the 0 DTMF tone, it plays a longer number to call the operator. Does anyone know what this is about? A:You can program the phones to do pretty much every thing you want... Besides 0, almost all N11-numbers for (except 911) are just "aliases" to local phone numbers... And sometimes, they even alias local phone numbers (think of 411 -> 555-1212 -> XXX-555-1212 to treat every "request for information"-call at the same point of contact). If anyone has any more info or questions, post them below.
  7. Redboxing is just tricking the phone into thinking that you deposited coins using audio. Though, the most people think that it is just the 1700hz and 2200hz. And remember, I did say the other IDEAS. (the idea of tricking a payphone's coin recognition, the IDEA of making a linemans handset (still works) I dont mean to sound rude, but do you know what i am saying? But anyways, thanks for the post. Do you know any recent sources of info? Thanks and sorry for sounding rude.
  8. Alright, I have some questions and theories on Millenium Payphones. I am in the 206 ac (Washington,Seattle). I have not tried any of these things on the desktop payphones as in this post. I am used to free standing payphones. (in picture) Can you use Millenium payphones as DTMF decoders? (using the screen as a monitor and playing the DTMF tone into the handset mic?) I have a belief that the Millennium payphone's dial tone is fake. I think this because every 5 seconds, a automated voice says "Please Insert Coin or Card" etc (This may be difficult to understand, but you will if you try it.) I also belive that the DTMF tones that you press are not controlling the actual line. I believe this because when you dial, then wait for the call, you hear the DTMF (that you dialed by hand) digits dialing faster, (by a machine) Also, I have found out that when you dial 0 (operator) and wait, the machine doesn't play the 0 DTMF tone, it plays a longer number to call the operator.
  9. We need to find some op codes!
  10. Yeah, me too, with the help of textfiles, i have got the passes for 2-3 of them, http://textfiles.com/phreak/VOICEMAIL/ The textfiles are my main source for phreaking information, (Even though the codes/numbers are obsolete, the other ideas (beige box, redbox, etc) still work. (of course you would have to record different tones and find a payphone that doesnt mute mic and has an audible coin sound, for redbox) http://textfiles.com/phreak/
  11. The PLA (Phone Losers of America, http://phonelosers.org/) Have been hosting a Answering Machine hacking contest where you attempt to break into answering machines and change random settings/listen to messages/set outgoing message etc. RBCP gives out the model of the answering machine's. The number is 1-206-424-8422. More info can be found at http://phonelosers.org/tni/ . Essentially, There is more than just answering machine hacking, there is also chose your own adventure, a conference line, and many more things, check it out. All credit goes to RBCP for this, I just wanted to show you guys. 1-206-424-8422 http://phonelosers.org/tni/
  12. I did not set it up, I just happened to find it. It is hosted and set up by lucky225 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucky225
  13. 1-952-652-0000 This number is a payphone emulator, you can redbox it and such. (Lucky225 from 2600)