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Hacking Truth

December 31st, 2002 · 1 Comment

So there’s been controversy over whether this story reported by 2600 is true or bogus. In a nutshell, Denver guy claims he was harassed at length for the “crime” of taking photos near the VP’s hotel;Denver PD and Secret Service claim it didn’t happen. 2600 bemoans the lack of a “smoking gun” to settle the matter one way or another. Now, it seems like the first thing that would occur to a bunch of phone phreaks and hackers upon reading this:

After approximately an hour of interrogation, Maginnis was allowed to make a telephone call. Rather than contacting a lawyer, he called the Denver Post and asked for the news desk. This was immediately overheard by the desk sergeant, who hung up the phone and placed Maginnis in a holding cell.

is that there is a smoking gun — the phone record of the call from the station house to the Denver Post. How hard would it be to look and see whether such a phone call took place at the right time, and for the right amount of time?

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  • 1 Rele Albert // May 3, 2006 at 11:20 am

    I really need to know how to hack. Please i want to start from the basic unit. I am already an MCP holder and i am presently working on security in ma school. But i \have very high premonitions that u would help me achivev my aims. Thanks