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    Question Is this posible?

    Is it possible to route a call trough a computer with cable internet, so that it looks like it came from your personal tell #? I was on my way to work, and i got a call on my cell phone. I didn't know who the hell it was, and after I got off I traced the # and it was placed from my business line in the basement of my house, and there was no one home at the time.... Also I have gotten some calls from a person who says that he was from at&t, at 3:00 A.M. in the morning!


    If someone could help I would be very gratefull,
    -Korndogma

    P.S. My systems have been compromised, is it true that you can hack a firewall like blackice defender with a properly named trojan?
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    I really have no idea, but just some advice - only post in one forum, people will flame you bad otherwise!

    Greg
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    What they don\'t understand.
    When we don\'t understand, we turn to our assumptions.\"
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    Ok, sorry...... in other phorums you do that to get attention... evedently not in this one.. thanx for the warning.

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    You don't do this in whatever forum to get attention. Cross-posting is considered an irritating waste of time, space and bandwidth in newsgoups, forums and mailboxes all over the net.
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    Re: Is this posible?

    Originally posted by korndogma
    Is it possible to route a call trough a computer with cable internet, so that it looks like it came from your personal tell #? I was on my way to work, and i got a call on my cell phone. I didn't know who the hell it was, and after I got off I traced the # and it was placed from my business line in the basement of my house, and there was no one home at the time.... Also I have gotten some calls from a person who says that he was from at&t, at 3:00 A.M. in the morning!


    If someone could help I would be very gratefull,
    -Korndogma

    P.S. My systems have been compromised, is it true that you can hack a firewall like blackice defender with a properly named trojan?
    Sounds like a phreaker trick, don't know how though. Sorry.

    As for black ice the answer is yes. I would go get Sygate Personal Firewall to be safe.

    But that's just me and I realize my comments are not taken all that well. Too bad.
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    Guus, i disagree. In the news-world cross-posting is accepted, double-posting isn't. Why? Because with cross-posting, alle the replies would be the same for both news-groups. If you double-posted however, the threads would be different. But I guess you ment double-posting in the first place? I mean, to cross-post in a forum isn't possible, is it?
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    proactive, I stand corrected
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