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  • n. Plural form of phreaker.


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  • They are increasingly falling prey to "phreakers," who steal their minutes and resell them on a thriving black market.

    Stealing Minutes

  • "phreakers" who manipulated telecom systems around the globe.

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  • The gun fell from his hand and he went down onto the floor once again, THE EXPERT LEVEL There are only two ways to get rid of hackers and phreakers.


  • Piskor even brings in Apple's cofounders (below), in a hilariously drawn depiction of the time the two Steves almost got busted selling blue boxes-devices that let phreakers make free long-distance calls.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Look, are you familiar with teenage phreakers who “swat” people?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Gates Charges Dropped:

  • His company was recently hired by a Panamanian telecom that lost $110,000 to phreakers.

    Stealing Minutes

  • "It's a great racket," says Justin Newman, CEO of BinFone Telecom of Baltimore, which has been stung by phreakers.

    Stealing Minutes

  • Leet speak has its origins in the 80s, when computer crackers and phone phreakers would replace regular characters with something else to represent it.


  • He didn't do the sounds with his voice (thats an urban legend said about a lot of phreakers, like Kevin Mitnick for example), captain crunch used a whistle that he found in a "Captain Crunch" cereal box (guess where his name came from ...)

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  • There are only two ways to get rid of hackers and phreakers.

    The Blue Nowhere


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