(19) See Dean, supra note 15 (discussing businesses' use of phreaking methods for purposes of enabling call centers "to display one main telephone number on all outgoing calls, even though those calls were not really originating from those numbers"); see also Leeson 8c Coyne, supra note 18, at 513 (explaining Draper's discovery created an opportunity for exploitation of AT&T's switching system to make free long distance calls); Baraniuk, supra note 16 ("[H]ackers would phreak
their way into teleconferencing systems in order to have all-night group discussions--always at the expense of someone else (a client of the teleconferencing company).").
Disco, funk and soul such as: Anita Ward - Ring My Bell, Phreak
- Weekend, Chic - Forbidden Lover.
(The book's foreword is written by another former phone phreak
whose life took a decidedly different course: Steve Wozniak, the co- founder of Apple) 'Tailgating' employees
Expect a unique mix of chart, R&B and dance hits while Phreak
Unique take care of Room 2.
A recent hoax involves a 17-year-old east Boston phone phreak
known as Li'l Hacker to other phone swatters.
In the years that followed, Engressia found like-minded "phreaks
= phone + freak) with whom to share notes and enjoy a sense of community.
The Phenomenon Hip Hop Company is ready to roll out a new production, "Phreak
Hacking: Sites that promote or discuss unlawful or questionable tools to gain access to software or hardware and/or passwords, ie, happyhacker.org, phreak
There are plans in the pipeline to start a second Mile High in Newcastle and Nigel's company Phreak
Productions is beginning a new night on May 3 in the Aqua Club in Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough.
POLYANDROUS no Andrews singing sis POLYGRAPHIC a birdy tattle-tale POLYSYLLABIC see Polyglottal POLYGRANTA a fondness for pomegranate seeds POLYALCOHOL booze for birds POLYCENTRIC a parrot turns into a penny POLYGON she flew away POLYGLOTTAL swears in many tongues POLYPHONOUS a birdy phone phreak
POLYUNSATURATED never goes out in the rain POLYMORPHOUS a sleepy one, or shape shitter POLYCARBONATE the parrot ate the carbon copy POLYGENE cowboy singer Autry's parrot POLYNOMIAL she didn't get any food
Granted, high-profile hackers have knowingly, even gleefully, fanned the flames of hysteria by adopting monikers such as the Legion of Doom, the Masters of Deception, the NuPrometheus League, Acid Phreak
, and - perhaps most telling of all - Emmanuel Goldstein (editor of hacker quarterly 2600, who has cultivated a willfully ironic, yet strangely earnest persecution complex); but as stupid is as stupid does, their snotty, adolescent bravado has been mistaken for designs on world domination.
By contrast, the paradigmatic media portrait of a hacker can be found in 31-year-old Kevin Mitnick, the "superhacker" who "started out in the early 1980s, pulling pranks as a teenage `phone phreak
' before moving on to more serious computer crime" ("A Superhacker Meets His Match," Newsweek (27 February 1995): 61.