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But you'll find that the free-call thing isn't really as exciting at first as the feeling of power you get from having one of these babies in your hand.

I've watched people when they first get hold of one of these things and start using it, and discover they can make connections, set up crisscross and zigzag switching patterns back and forth across the world. They say hello and start thinking of what kind of call to make next.

collaborated on building and selling blue boxes, devices that were widely used for making free—and illegal—phone calls.

"I think it's something to do with how small my models are.

There are lots of blue boxes around, but mine are the smallest and most sophisticated electronically.

Just a theoretical article some Bell Telephone Laboratories engineer was doing about switching theory, and he listed the tones in passing.

At ----- [a well-known technical school] I had been fooling around with phones for several years before I came across a copy of the journal in the engineering library.

I can't believe it.' "You see, a few years ago the phone company made one big mistake," Gilbertson explains two days later in his apartment.

"They were careless enough to let some technical journal publish the actual frequencies used to create all their multi-frequency tones.

Now, what some of these phone phreaks have done is get themselves access to an electric organ. Since the frequencies are public knowledge now — one blind phone phreak has even had them recorded in one of those talking books for the blind — they just have to find the musical notes on the organ which correspond to the phone tones. For instance, to get Ma Bell's tone for the number 1, you press down organ keys F "Well, they take their organ and their cassette recorder, and start banging out entire phone numbers in tones on the organ, including country codes, routing instructions, 'KP' and 'Start' tones. If I do anything it's for the pure knowledge of the System. Did they tell you that the frequency tolerance is guaranteed to be not more than .05 percent? I once worked for a semiconductor company and all this didn't cost me a cent. Did they tell you about how I put a call completely around the world? I M-F-ed Tokyo inward, who connected me to India, India connected me to Greece, Greece connected me to Pretoria, South Africa, South Africa connected me to South America, I went from South America to London, I had a London operator connect me to a New York operator, I had New York connect me to a California operator, who rang the phone next to me. Phone phreaks have learned to beep out the codes which lead them to a verification operator, tell the verification operator they are switchmen from some other area code testing out verification trunks. Well, I had just learned about this system of jumping into lines and I said to myself, 'Hmmm. It'll surprise her if all of a sudden I should pop up on her line. Those were all my intentions were, and well, it really kind of hurt me pretty badly, and...

Or, if they don't have an organ, someone in the phone-phreak network sends them a cassette with all the tones recorded, with a voice saying 'Number one,' then you have the tone, 'Number two,' then the tone, and so on. Hang up and call this number." He explains to me that almost every exchange in the country has open test numbers which allow other exchanges to test their connections with it. Once the operator hooks them into the verification trunk, they disappear into the board for all practical purposes, slip unnoticed into any one of the 10,000 to 100,000 numbers in that central office without the verification operator knowing what they're doing, and of course without the two parties to the connection knowing there is a phantom listener present on their line. It'll impress her, if anything.' So I went ahead and did it. My M-F-er is powerful enough when patched directly into the mouthpiece to trigger a verification trunk without using an operator the way the other phone phreaks have to. So I waited there for her to hang up, listening to her making sweet talk to the other guy. So as soon as she hung up I instantly M-F-ed her up and all I said was, 'Linda, we're through.' And I hung up. and ever since then I don't go into verification trunks." "Listen," he says, his spirits somewhat cheered, "listen.

Before then we retailed them for

"They were careless enough to let some technical journal publish the actual frequencies used to create all their multi-frequency tones.Now, what some of these phone phreaks have done is get themselves access to an electric organ. Since the frequencies are public knowledge now — one blind phone phreak has even had them recorded in one of those talking books for the blind — they just have to find the musical notes on the organ which correspond to the phone tones. For instance, to get Ma Bell's tone for the number 1, you press down organ keys F "Well, they take their organ and their cassette recorder, and start banging out entire phone numbers in tones on the organ, including country codes, routing instructions, 'KP' and 'Start' tones. If I do anything it's for the pure knowledge of the System. Did they tell you that the frequency tolerance is guaranteed to be not more than .05 percent? I once worked for a semiconductor company and all this didn't cost me a cent. Did they tell you about how I put a call completely around the world? I M-F-ed Tokyo inward, who connected me to India, India connected me to Greece, Greece connected me to Pretoria, South Africa, South Africa connected me to South America, I went from South America to London, I had a London operator connect me to a New York operator, I had New York connect me to a California operator, who rang the phone next to me. Phone phreaks have learned to beep out the codes which lead them to a verification operator, tell the verification operator they are switchmen from some other area code testing out verification trunks. Well, I had just learned about this system of jumping into lines and I said to myself, 'Hmmm. It'll surprise her if all of a sudden I should pop up on her line. Those were all my intentions were, and well, it really kind of hurt me pretty badly, and...Or, if they don't have an organ, someone in the phone-phreak network sends them a cassette with all the tones recorded, with a voice saying 'Number one,' then you have the tone, 'Number two,' then the tone, and so on. Hang up and call this number." He explains to me that almost every exchange in the country has open test numbers which allow other exchanges to test their connections with it. Once the operator hooks them into the verification trunk, they disappear into the board for all practical purposes, slip unnoticed into any one of the 10,000 to 100,000 numbers in that central office without the verification operator knowing what they're doing, and of course without the two parties to the connection knowing there is a phantom listener present on their line. It'll impress her, if anything.' So I went ahead and did it. My M-F-er is powerful enough when patched directly into the mouthpiece to trigger a verification trunk without using an operator the way the other phone phreaks have to. So I waited there for her to hang up, listening to her making sweet talk to the other guy. So as soon as she hung up I instantly M-F-ed her up and all I said was, 'Linda, we're through.' And I hung up. and ever since then I don't go into verification trunks." "Listen," he says, his spirits somewhat cheered, "listen.Before then we retailed them for $1,500 apiece, but $300,000 in one lump was hard to turn down.We had a manufacturing deal worked out in the Philippines. Anyway, the model I had ready for limited mass production was small enough to fit inside a flip-top Marlboro box.I am sitting in the living room of the creator of the blue box.

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"They were careless enough to let some technical journal publish the actual frequencies used to create all their multi-frequency tones.

Now, what some of these phone phreaks have done is get themselves access to an electric organ. Since the frequencies are public knowledge now — one blind phone phreak has even had them recorded in one of those talking books for the blind — they just have to find the musical notes on the organ which correspond to the phone tones. For instance, to get Ma Bell's tone for the number 1, you press down organ keys F "Well, they take their organ and their cassette recorder, and start banging out entire phone numbers in tones on the organ, including country codes, routing instructions, 'KP' and 'Start' tones. If I do anything it's for the pure knowledge of the System. Did they tell you that the frequency tolerance is guaranteed to be not more than .05 percent? I once worked for a semiconductor company and all this didn't cost me a cent. Did they tell you about how I put a call completely around the world? I M-F-ed Tokyo inward, who connected me to India, India connected me to Greece, Greece connected me to Pretoria, South Africa, South Africa connected me to South America, I went from South America to London, I had a London operator connect me to a New York operator, I had New York connect me to a California operator, who rang the phone next to me. Phone phreaks have learned to beep out the codes which lead them to a verification operator, tell the verification operator they are switchmen from some other area code testing out verification trunks. Well, I had just learned about this system of jumping into lines and I said to myself, 'Hmmm. It'll surprise her if all of a sudden I should pop up on her line. Those were all my intentions were, and well, it really kind of hurt me pretty badly, and...

Or, if they don't have an organ, someone in the phone-phreak network sends them a cassette with all the tones recorded, with a voice saying 'Number one,' then you have the tone, 'Number two,' then the tone, and so on. Hang up and call this number." He explains to me that almost every exchange in the country has open test numbers which allow other exchanges to test their connections with it. Once the operator hooks them into the verification trunk, they disappear into the board for all practical purposes, slip unnoticed into any one of the 10,000 to 100,000 numbers in that central office without the verification operator knowing what they're doing, and of course without the two parties to the connection knowing there is a phantom listener present on their line. It'll impress her, if anything.' So I went ahead and did it. My M-F-er is powerful enough when patched directly into the mouthpiece to trigger a verification trunk without using an operator the way the other phone phreaks have to. So I waited there for her to hang up, listening to her making sweet talk to the other guy. So as soon as she hung up I instantly M-F-ed her up and all I said was, 'Linda, we're through.' And I hung up. and ever since then I don't go into verification trunks." "Listen," he says, his spirits somewhat cheered, "listen.

Before then we retailed them for $1,500 apiece, but $300,000 in one lump was hard to turn down.

We had a manufacturing deal worked out in the Philippines. Anyway, the model I had ready for limited mass production was small enough to fit inside a flip-top Marlboro box.

I am sitting in the living room of the creator of the blue box.

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"They were careless enough to let some technical journal publish the actual frequencies used to create all their multi-frequency tones.

Now, what some of these phone phreaks have done is get themselves access to an electric organ. Since the frequencies are public knowledge now — one blind phone phreak has even had them recorded in one of those talking books for the blind — they just have to find the musical notes on the organ which correspond to the phone tones. For instance, to get Ma Bell's tone for the number 1, you press down organ keys F "Well, they take their organ and their cassette recorder, and start banging out entire phone numbers in tones on the organ, including country codes, routing instructions, 'KP' and 'Start' tones. If I do anything it's for the pure knowledge of the System. Did they tell you that the frequency tolerance is guaranteed to be not more than .05 percent? I once worked for a semiconductor company and all this didn't cost me a cent. Did they tell you about how I put a call completely around the world? I M-F-ed Tokyo inward, who connected me to India, India connected me to Greece, Greece connected me to Pretoria, South Africa, South Africa connected me to South America, I went from South America to London, I had a London operator connect me to a New York operator, I had New York connect me to a California operator, who rang the phone next to me. Phone phreaks have learned to beep out the codes which lead them to a verification operator, tell the verification operator they are switchmen from some other area code testing out verification trunks. Well, I had just learned about this system of jumping into lines and I said to myself, 'Hmmm. It'll surprise her if all of a sudden I should pop up on her line. Those were all my intentions were, and well, it really kind of hurt me pretty badly, and...

Or, if they don't have an organ, someone in the phone-phreak network sends them a cassette with all the tones recorded, with a voice saying 'Number one,' then you have the tone, 'Number two,' then the tone, and so on. Hang up and call this number." He explains to me that almost every exchange in the country has open test numbers which allow other exchanges to test their connections with it. Once the operator hooks them into the verification trunk, they disappear into the board for all practical purposes, slip unnoticed into any one of the 10,000 to 100,000 numbers in that central office without the verification operator knowing what they're doing, and of course without the two parties to the connection knowing there is a phantom listener present on their line. It'll impress her, if anything.' So I went ahead and did it. My M-F-er is powerful enough when patched directly into the mouthpiece to trigger a verification trunk without using an operator the way the other phone phreaks have to. So I waited there for her to hang up, listening to her making sweet talk to the other guy. So as soon as she hung up I instantly M-F-ed her up and all I said was, 'Linda, we're through.' And I hung up. and ever since then I don't go into verification trunks." "Listen," he says, his spirits somewhat cheered, "listen.

Before then we retailed them for $1,500 apiece, but $300,000 in one lump was hard to turn down.

,500 apiece, but 0,000 in one lump was hard to turn down.

We had a manufacturing deal worked out in the Philippines. Anyway, the model I had ready for limited mass production was small enough to fit inside a flip-top Marlboro box.

I am sitting in the living room of the creator of the blue box.

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