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  • n. Plural form of phreaker.

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Examples

  • 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.

    Forgetfulness

  • 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.

    Dudespeak

  • 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 ...)

    Geniune reverb over the 'net from Germany

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

    The Blue Nowhere

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