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DarkStorm's
Book
of
Compiled Articles on
Destruction, Crime,
and
Other Illegal Acts




"Are You Ready For A Good Time?"



Version II.IX May 1991Page i

Pretext:

The author and co-authors of this document, and authors of the enclosed articles take absolutely no responsibilyity for the actions taken by the readers of this file. The readers are assumed to be of whole mind and competancy, so as not to warrant the punishment of anyone for committing any act herein described. This file was composed as a documentary article, and in no way reflects the author's views on law enforcement, its officers, or its purpose. This article is an informative look at the other side. The readers do not have to nor are expected to take part in any of the acts herein described. Inside this file one will find many detailed descriptions on how to get anything you ever wanted for free, how to make others pay for your goodies, how to destroy any thing and anyone at will, and how to reek havoc upon the populus. The author does not condone this sort of action, and suggests that those who really want to do this should read no further, and go see a doctor. Those who shun the thought of my even compiling this file should stop fucking reading this and delete it, since it won't do well sitting next to all your other pristine files on how to track hackers, and how to protect yourself from setting eyes upon pornography(*). I hereby denounce this article and have decided to delete it from my drive, hopefully before I get the urge to upload it to the unsuspecting populus. Those concerned with my actions, rest your eyes, type: DEL DARK19-?.TXT <CR> at the DOS prompt, and get some sleep.

Now that those assholes are gone, everyone else come back, all others should read on(including the guys I told to see a doctor). Enjoy this documentation, it is the result of many sleepless nights, many hours of downloading, buffering, and CHATs to get the necessary information for you all. By the time you read this I will probably have about 40-60k more of texts to add to the file, as I have sitting in front of me a few articles on jailbreak, car theft, atombombs (<--most humorous article, a must read.), radar guns, unemployment checks while you still have a job, free food, anti-police warfare, phreaking(@), knife fighting, the making of viruses (comes complete with a starter kit/file) etc. I'm sure you'll all enjoy these, but for now, just read the ones here, it will take you long enough as it is.

(*) oh yeah, PORNOGRAPHY--->definition--from 'porno-graphos' Greek or something for 'the writing of the prostitutes'. Nice writing I assume. (@) There are some articles on phreaking here, but I have more.... Page ii

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Read the articles carefully on phreaking and on hacking, it is important that you do not get caught trying out any of these things. There are some non-hacker/pirate articles here, such as the noise filter to rid yourself of linenoise forever, but I felt it was important to the hacker, and even to the amatuer. Most all of the articles enclosed can be done with little expended money, some more than others. The only articles that do not say how to build them, such as the HBO decoder and the RADAR jammer are stored as .ZIP files in the DRKSTRM?.ZIP. These are for you to read, and decide whether or not you want to spend the money to get them. I would assume that the guys have been shut down, so I have been looking for a replacement for the RADAR text (I already have a couple of HBO texts on how to make em.) The only other stuff in here that claims to tell how to build something that doesn't is the couple of articles on Blue Boxing, (#'s 1-3), they are VERY informative to the newcomer, and I left them ther for the reading, besides, the texts on how to build the Pearl Box and a bunch of others will allow you to make the Blue Box tones. Some of my own advice for you: Make the Gold Box, NEVER EVER make a Blotto Box, unless you wish to get a lawsuit shoved so far up your asshole that you'll be tasting it in your mouth for years to come. And unless you're extrememely demented, don't make a Urine Box. I am looking for the file "Jane's All The World's Boxes", if anyone has it, please upload it to any BBS I'm on, I would like to include it in my next issue of DRKSTRM. It has many many more boxes that are not listed here, nor anywhere else to my knowledge. (To the authors of Jane's ATWB, I only plan to use a few of the better ones, I will not include it all.) [Still looking....] The HBO file on page 123 works great. I use it now, and it's fine. Also, if you have any intention of doing anything mentioned in this documnet, read the articles on it carefully. As in the instance of the two Carding texts, the first says how to do it, but yet, if you read the second one, you will realize that had you tried it now, you would probably be sitting in a dingy cell with a big Samoan named Biff who wants to make you his wife. Go nuts! Have a Hell of a time!

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Table of Contents ----- -- --------

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Pretext................................................ii-iii Table of Contents......................................iv-vi Special Thanks To:.......................................vii Preaking and Hacking: Bell Trashing.......................................1-2 Blue Boxing.........................................3-5 Better Homes and Blue Boxing File #1................6-8 Better Homes and Blue Boxing File #2................9-15 Better Homes and Blue Boxing File #3...............16-20 Red Boxing...........................................21 Hacker's Atlas (By: The Wyvern)....................22-26 How To Build Various Boxes: Noise Filters......................................27-29 Neon Box.............................................30 White Box..........................................31-32 Black Box..........................................33-35 Urine Box..........................................36-37 Blotto Box.........................................38-40 Beige Box..........................................41-44 Aqua Box...........................................45-48 Cheese Box File #1...................................49 Cheese Box FIle #2...................................50 Brown Box..........................................51-52 Gold Box...........................................53-54 Crimson Box........................................55-56 Pearl Box..........................................57-58 Silver Box.........................................59-61 Red Box..............................................62 Green Box............................................63 The Book of Unlawfuls (By: Shadowspawn): Section I -- Bombs.................................64-65 Section II -- Hacking................................66 Lock Picking: Combination Locks..................................67-68 Door Knobs....(2 Files)............................69-75 Padlocks.............................................76 Weird Drugs.............................................77-78 House Breaking............................................79 Demolition Files (By: King Arthur): Number 1...........................................80-81 Number 2...........................................82-84

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Bombs + Chemicals: House-Hold Equivelences for Chemicals..............85-86 Misc. Compounds (By: The Prowler)..................87-88 Black Powder.......................................89-90 Fire Bombs, Napalm, etc............................91-92 Nitrogylcerine.....................................93-94 Misc. Demolitions, Flares, Fuels, etc.............95-101 Moltov Cocktail.....................................102 The Anarchist's Micro-Cookbook (By: Maelstrom).........103-105 Cars: How to Hotwire a Car................................106 How to Fuck one up..................................107 Terror/ism: Electronic Terrorism..............................108-110 Harmless Terror...................................111-112 Carding: Carding Text #1...................................113-114 New Info on Carding...............................115-119 Free Shit: Change..............................................120 Postage...........................................121-122 HBO.................................................123 HBO Revised.........................................123b HBO + Free PAY TV.................................124-128 Cable TV Hacking.................................128b-128 3-Way Teleconferencing..............................129 Horses..............................................130 Frequencies: Bugs, Taps, Mikes.................................131-132 Federal Frequencies...............................133-136 Code Words........................................137-138 Common 10 Codes (ie; 10-4)..........................139 Quick Notes on Frequencies..........................140 Info on Hacking/Pirate Groups: Information on Hacker Groups......................141-142 Electronic Hacker Magazines.......................143-144 Printed Hacker/CU Magazines.......................145-146 Misc. Catalogs on Crime/CU/Hacking etc............147-151

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Info on Haking/Pirate Groups: (cont.) Hacker BBS's etc....................................152 The Butler's Disclaimer.............................153 Last Minute Additions: Excerpts from 'Steal This Book': People's Chemistry...........................154-155 Fuses..........................................156 Coin/Bill Fraud..............................157-158 Free Calls/Elimentary Red Boxing...............159 Enclosure Notes: Enclosed Hz-Generator and Misc. Texts...............160

One Final Note to All From DarkStorm................161

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Special Thanks To: -----------------

BAH, JDS, Andersen, Streak, Gunner, McCarthy, Flare, Starburst (AKA Mark Taverns), and Hayes. \______Not his real name boys, a handle OK? He's insane, not Stupid.

An Extra Note of Thanks: -----------------------

To the United States of America, for allowing me the freedom of expression, that of speech, and that of the press, which thus granted me the right to publish this article. (Sort of.) {Not like I wouldn't have published it if it were illegal} But thanks anyway; it's the thought that counts.

One Last note (I Hope) ---------------------- Most of the BBS numbers have been left attached to the files, that is, accept for the Police Station, which I think only appears once, but no matter, you can still call most of these BBS's even if all their articles are not properly denoted. You can find most of these articles, plus many more on any of the BBS's mentioned in this file, and on many others not mentioned here. Many good BBS's have message sections devoted to Law and Lawlessness.

Oh Yeah -- ---- Almost forgot, this is a fairly good size article, so you might want to use a Search program, or one with a Search (and replace) key in it. Search in the forward direction from the Table of Contents for 'Page ###' and it will get you there faster than you can. In my next issue, or in a few at least, I will divide it up a bit so you can load some of it, or discard or whatever to make it better for you. (Did it this time....)

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BUG FREQUENCIES AND SUCH ------------------------

Frequencies used by wireless microphones, transmitters, bugging devices, surveillance etc. These frequencies have been compiled by a few sources, Monitoring Times, Popular Communications and friends. They are some of the known frequencies in use by transmitters used by entertainers or in law enforcement applications. A good idea to do is put these in your scanner and do a random scan around your house, or go driving around your town and see what comes up.

by Topol KWV8BP

Common search bands: 88 - 108 Mhz. 174 - 216 Mhz. 72 - 76 Mhz. 455.0 Mhz.

Also be sure to check 49 - 50 Mhz. for baby coms which may have been converted to be a wireless listening device.

Known freqencies used by entertaineers and for surveillance

30.84 33.12 33.14 33.40 35.02 39.06 42.98 149.35 150.775 150.79 154.57 154.60 165.9125 167.3375 167.3425 167.4875 168.0115 169.20 169.445 169.505 170.245 170.305 171.045 171.105 171.45 171.845 171.905 173.225 172.00 172.20 173.3375 457.525 457.55 457.5625 457.575 457.60 467.75 467.775 467.7875 467.80 467.825 467.85 467.875 467.90 467.925

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UPDATED BUGGING FREQS FROM THE MEDIC IN LAS VEGAS------------- 154.695 154.995 BUMBER BEEPER---------------------- 40.220

Possibles of using these and doing search ranges could show some interesting results, one example would to be park near a conert for one and do an extensive search, you would eventually lock onto the frequencies used by the band which are playing, Hmmm. Then again you could always come across a bugged subject.

All frequencies are in Mhz. Some of the cheaper brands that are being sold today, such as radio shacks, and the ones made for camcorders are being used by private sources bugging neighbors, etc. These are easy to covert on telephones , rooms, etc. All bugging or mics for entertainment use very low wattage, you will have to be close to the source.

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================================================================ ================================================================ SCANNER FREQUENCY

LISTINGS

BY

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FEDERAL FREQUENCIES TOPOL , KWV8BP =================== ==============

DESCRIPTION FREQUENCY OR FREQUENCIES =========== ========================

DEA FREQUENCIES CH.1 OPERATIONS RPT. 418.625/416.050 MHZ. CH.2 OPERATIONS RPT. 418.90/416.325 MHZ. CH.3 SURVEILLANCE/STRIKE FORCE 418.750 MHZ. CH.4 SURVEILLANCE/STRIKE FORCE 418.675 MHZ. CH.5 OPERATIONS RPT. 418.825/415.60 MHZ. CH.6 OPERATIONS RPT. 418.95/416.20 MHZ. CH.7 OPERATIONS RPT. 418.975/417.025 MHZ. CH.8 OPERATIONS SIMPLEX 418.975 MHZ.

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UNITED STATES MARSHALLS CH.1 OPERATIONS RPT. 163.20/163.8125 MHZ. CH.2 OPERATIONS SIM. 163.20 MHZ. CH.3 OPER.RPTS.EXTENDERS 164.60/163.8125 MHZ. CH.4 OPER.SIMPLEX 164.60 MHZ. CH.? AIR/MOBILES 163.8125 MHZ. CH.? OPER.REPORTED 162.7125/170.80 MHZ.

BUREAU OF PRISONS CH.1 170.875 MHZ. CH.2 170.925 MHZ. CH.3 170.650 MHZ.

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CH.1 CID OPER.RPT. 165.950/167.00 MHZ. "IRS" CH.2 CID OPER.DIRECT 167.000 MHZ. CH.3 CID OPER.DIRECT 165.950 MHZ.

USDT COMMON 166.4625 MHZ. CH.1 IRS.INVESTIGATIONS 166.00/167.10 MHZ. CH.2 IRS.INVESTIGATIONS 166.00 MHZ. ? USDT COMMON FREQ. 165.4625/166.5875 CH.1 CID OPER.(UHF) 418.225/414.700 MHZ. CH.2 CID OPER.DIR 418.225 MHZ. CH.3 CID TACTICAL 418.175 MHZ.

FED.COMMUNICATON COMM. 167.05 MHZ.

BUREAU OF ALCOHOL , TOBACCO CH.1,3 OPERATIONS 165.2875/166.5375 MHZ. AND FIREARMS "BATF" CH.4 USDT COMMON 166.4625 MHZ. CH.5 OPERATIONS 165.9125 MHZ.

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USDT COMMON 165.4625/166.5875 MHZ.

LOCAL OFFICES 165.35 MHZ. USDT COMMON 166.4625 MHZ. CH.2 TACTICAL 166.5375 MHZ.

U.S. CUSTOMS CH.1,2 OPERATIONS 165.2375/166.4375 MHZ. CH.3 USDT COMMON 166.4625 MHZ. CH.4 TACTICAL 165.7375 MHZ. CH.5 USDT COMMON 165.4625/166.5875 MHZ. OPERATIONS 162.825 MHZ. TACTICAL CAR-CAR 165.85 MHZ.

LOW POWER FEDERAL FREQS. UNDER 30 WATTS 163.10 , 418.050 , 418.575 MHZ. SOME USES ARE : EAR MICS , 5 WATTS 27.575 , 27.585 MHZ. SECRET COMM. , SOME SURV. 166.75 , 166.875 MHZ.

SECRET SERVICE NATIONWIDE RPT. 165.375 MHZ. BAKER 165.7875 MHZ.

FEDERAL EMERGENCY AGENCY DC AREA 16.95 MHZ.

FEDERAL PROTECTION AGENCY 415.20 , 417.20 MHZ.

FEDERAL DISASTER NETWORK 170.20 MHZ.

FEDERAL GOVT. SHARED 408.40 MHZ. 418.075 MHZ. 165.85 MHZ. TACTICAL

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATONS 163.425/163.925 MHZ. "FBI" RPT. 163.725/163.775 MHZ. RPT. 163.80/164.55 MHZ. RPT. 162.6375/162.7875 MHZ. RPT. 163.9375 MHZ. F5 RPT. 163.9125 MHZ. F1 RPT. 167.3125 MHZ. F2 SIM. 167.45 MHZ. F3 167.6125 MHZ.

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ALSO SEARCH THROUGH THESE FREQUENCIES

164.00 - 164.55 MHZ. 167.2375 - 167.80 MHZ.

U.S. DEPT. OF LABOR WV. 168.35 MHZ. OHIO 173.6125 , 406.20 MHZ. KY. 164.70 MHZ. ALL PORTABLES 406.20 MHZ.

NOTE I HAVE A COMPLET STATE LISTING , IF NEEDED

TO FIND HIDDEN FREQUENCIES USED BY OUR FEDERAL GOVT. SEARCH THRU THESE AREAS 162.685 - 162.98 MHZ. 163.20 -163.99 MHZ. 165.21 - 165.95 MHZ. 166.40 -166.75 MHZ. 167.05 - 167.80 MHZ. 168.80 -168.95 MHZ. 170.70 - 170.925 MHZ. 171.15 -172.00 MHZ. 411.00 - 411.93 MHZ. 413.675 - 413.975 MHZ. 414.00 - 414.575 MHZ. 416.05 -416.775 MHZ. 417.02 - 417.275 MHZ. 418.05 -418.98 MHZ.

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COMMON CODE WORDS AND TERMS USED BY THE GOVT. IN FIELD OPERATIONS

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BIG K, THE K-MART

BIRD DOG SURVEILLANCE AIRCRAFT

BREAK OFF END SURVEILLANCE; APPLY DISTANCE BETWEEN SUSPECT AND SURVEILLANCE UNIT CAVE, THE SURVEILLANCE LISTENING POST C.I. CASE INFORMANT DIAPER CHANGE REPLACING BATTERIES IN MOBILE TRAILING TRANSMITTER DIGITAL REFERENCE TO DIGITAL SCRAMBLING TRANSMISSION EDEN HIRED SUBJECT EYEBALL SURVEILLANCE SUBJECT UNDER AGENTS DIRECT VIEW EYES STARLIGHT NIGHTVISION OPTICS F.F. FIELD FILE FLICKS SURVEILLANCE FILMS FLYER SURVEILLANCE AIRCRAFT PILOT H.T. HANDY TALKIE (HAND-HELD UNIT) HALF-SIGNAL AGENTS SPOUSE HOME FRONT AGENTS HOME OFFICE I, THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY IN THE CLEAR TRANSMIT WITHOUT SCRAMBLING IN THE POCKET SUBJECT IN SURVEILLANCE NET; SUBJECT WHEREABOUTS KNOWN BY AGENTS. L.L. LAND LINE (TELEPHONE) MAIN MAN PRIMARY SURVEILLANCE SUBJECT OF INTEREST MICKEY Ds MACDONALDS NEST SURVEILLANCE SUBJECTS HOME NOISEMAKER MOBILE TRAILING TRANSMITTER NUMBER ONE MAN PRIMARY SUBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE O, THE

AGENTS OFFICE OUT OF POCKET SUBJECT NO LONGER UNDER SURVEILLANCE ; SUBJECTS WHEREA BOUTS UNKNOWN TO AGENTS OUR BOY SUBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE OUR FRIEND SUBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE OUR MAIN INTEREST PRIMARY SUBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE OUR MAN SUBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE OUTSIDE AGENCY NEWS MEDIA Page 137

PACKAGE SUBJECT OR OBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE PIGEON SUBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE PLANK A BRIDGE PORT AGENTS HOTEL/MOTEL PRIVATE SWITCH TO DIGITAL SCRAMBLING PRIVATE SIDE SWITCH TO DIGITAL SCRAMBLING R, THE AGENTS RESIDENCE RABBIT SUBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE RABBIT TRACKS SUBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE ON THE MOVE REDBALLED STOPPED AT TRAFFIC LIGHT WITH SUBJECT REDBOARDED STOPPED AT TRAFFIC LIGHT , SUBJECT NOT STOPPED R.D.O. REGULAR DAY OFF S.W. SEARCH WARRANT SIGNAL FIELD AGENT SOLO AGENT ALONE ON FIELD ASSIGNMENT STANDARD OPERATE IN THE CLEAR STAGING AREA AREA WHERE AGENTS GROUP PRIOR TO SURVEILLANCE OR APPREHENSION OF SUBJECT(s) SUBJECT PERSON UNDER SURVEILLANCE TARGET SUBJECT UNDER SURVEILLANCE TRUCK SURVEILLANCE AIRCRAFT TRUCK GARAGE AIRPORT U.C. UNDERCOVER WAGON SURVEILLANCE VAN WAR WAGON SURVEILLANCE VAN WIRE BODY TRANSMITTER WALKING THE DOG AGENT FOLLOWING SUBJECT ON FOOT

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COMMON TEN CODES ================

10-0 NEGATIVE 10-4 OK 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE 10-8 IN SERVICE 10-9 REPEAT PREVIOUS TRANSMISSION 10-16 MESSAGE CHECK 10-20 LOCATION 10-21 TELEPHONE CALL 10-23 STAND BY 10-28 LICENSE PLATE CHECK 10-29 OPERATORS LICENSE CHECK 10-66 ALARM (?) 10-85 MEET WITH AGENT . . . 10-90 BANK ROBBERY 10-95 SUBJECTS APPREHENDED, AREA CLEARED AND SECURE

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A COUPLE QUICK NOTES ABOUT SOME OF THE FREQUENCIES ==================================================

WHEN IN THE SCAMBLED MODE , THEY USE DIGITAL ENCRYTION SYSTEM , WHICH ON THESE MODELS ARE , MADE BY MOTOROLA. DIGITAL ENC. SOUNDS LIKE TONES OR BEEPS AND IS NOT VERY EASY TO DESCRAMBLE , REASON BEING , IS THAT IT IS NOT PHASE INVERSION THE SYSTEM USED BY SHERIFFS AND OTHERS , DIG. SCRAMBLING USES A PRESET CODE ON EACH UNIT THIS NUMBER RANGES , SAY 10,000 DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS COULD BE USED. SO THAT MEANS THAT YOU WOULD JUST SIMPLY HAVE TO TRY EACH AND EVERY POSSIBLE COMBINATION. THIS WOULD TAKE CONSIDERABLE TIME. PLUS THE FACT THAT THEY ARE MORE OR LESS CHANGED PERIODICALLY. WHAT YOU WOULD NEED TO DO IS HAVE SOME TYPE OF PROGRAM THAT COULD SAMPLE EACH COMBINATION AT VERY FAST RATES. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SCRAMBLING YOUR COMMUNICATIONS , BE IT THE PHONE LINES , TWO WAY RADIO , ETC. PALOMAR MAKES A NICE PHASE INVERSION , CURRENTLY BEING DISCON TINUED. OR THE DIGITAL ENCRYPTION SYSTEM ALSO MADE BY PALOMER THIS UNIT SELLS FOR AROUND 400.00. NOTE THAT PHASE INVERSION IS PRETTY EASY TO CRACK , YOU COULD EVEN RECORD FULL SESSIONS OF A PHASE INVERTED CONVERSATION , AND THEN LATER DESCRAMBLE IT FROM YOUR RECORDER.

TOPOL

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Excerpts from The Butler's Intro. to the CU.... Begin -->> **************************************************************** * * * An Introduction to the Computer Underground * * * * Brought to you by, * * * * The Butler... * * * * 2/26/91 * ****************************************************************

Due to my own impatience waiting for other H/P magazines to be released I decided to release this file in solo form. I am going to call it BUTLER#1 because there will be updates and additions to follow.

The Computer Underground consists of mainly two forms of media, printed and electronic, both will be discussed in this file. I use the word underground because the contents of this file are not the types of titles you would run across at your local bookstore or newsstand. The kind of information that makes up underground publications is mainly technical in nature, but, definitley not limited to that. One can also find tidbits about off-the-wall polical views, drugs, weapons, and other topics that are not normally in the mainstream of our society.

The Computer Underground...

Com-put-er Un-der-ground \kem-`pyt-er\ \`en-der-`grand\ (1970's)

A group organized in secrecy, hidden behind aliases, to promote the free exchange of information regarding anything and everything including but not limited to: Computers, Telephones, Radios, Chemicals, and ideas.

The CU is made up of men and women all over the globe and of all ages. Most of those involved in the CU consider it a hobby, but, there are those that are involved strictly for illegal purposes, i.e. Selling Pirated Software. I, like most people involved enjoy the information that can be obtained through all of the different avenues in the CU, i.e. Bulletin Boards, Underground Periodicals, Network Digests, and General Discussions between members.

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The most common way members communicate is through Bulletin Boards. If you are reading this you know what a BBS is because this will not be released in printed form. There are thousands of BBSes around the world run by people for many reasons including: legitmate businesses, Software Technical Support, Hobby related, Pirated Software, Message Centers, etc...Some of the more common ones are RIPCO, Face-2-Face, Exec-PC, The Well, etc...

Currently there are many regular electronic magazines that are being published and there have been many that have discontinued for one reason or another.

Some current ones include: PHRACK, NIA, PHANTASY, CUD, etc...Some discontinued ones include: PIRATE, PHUN, NARC, etc...

There is a current debate about wether or not an electronic media has the same constitutional rights as the printed one. That is for our congressmen to decide, but, you could voice your opinion.

I personally can't see the difference. Now, don't get me wrong I do not support the publishing of Long distance codes or anything of that nature, but, I do support the exchange of other information, i.e. how to unprotect a game, how to make a smoke bomb, etc...

There are also "Underground Publications" like TAP, 2600, Cybertech, etc. These magazines are published in hard copy and deal with every considerable topic regarding the CU. Most of these magazines publish completely legal information that is obtained from public sources and is available to anyone and everyone.

I doubt that any of the following sources of information would mind if you use an alias to order any of their material, so I would reccommend that you do just in case! You might even want to get yourself a private mail box for all of this "underground" information. I would also advise you to use a money order when purchasing anything also. They usually cost an extra 50 cents at the post office. And don't worry about using money orders with these people because I have personally made purchases from many of them without trouble.

The following information is provided to enable you to become more familiar with the CU and unusual information in general. Have fun and try not to get yourself in trouble.

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Now for the meat of this Article!!!!

E L E C T R O N I C M A G A Z I N E S

PHRACK Predacessor to this magazine Author: Knight Lightning & Taran King Network Address:c483307@umcvmb.missouri.edu Other Address: BBS: None Last Issue: Phrack #30

PHRACK CLASSIC This Magazine Author: Doc Holiday, Crimson Death & Various Contributors Network Address: pc@well.uucp or cdeath@stormking.com Other Address: BBS: None Last Issue: Phrack Classic #32 11/90

LOD Legion Of Doom Technical Journals Author: Eric Bloodaxe, Lex Luthor, Prime Suspect, Phase Jitter, Professor Phalken, Skinny Puppy. Network Address: None Other Address: BBS: Last Issue: LOD Tech Journal #4 May 20, 1990

PHUN Phreakers/Hackers Underground Network Author: Red Knight Network Address: N/A Other Address: BBS: Last Issue: P/HUN #5 05/07/90

ATI Acivist Times, Incorporated Author: Ground Zero Network Address: gzero@tronsbox.xei.com Other Address: ATI P.O. Box 2501 Bloomfield, NJ 07003 BBS: Last Issue: ATI #53 12/05/90

NIA Network Information Access Author: Gardian Of Time Judge Dredd Network Address: elisem@nuchat.sccsi.com Other Address: BBS: Last Issue: NIA #69 01/15/91

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PHANTASY Author: The Mercenary Network Address: None Other Address: The I.I.R.G. 862 Farmington Ave, Suite-306 Bristol, Ct 06010 BBS: Rune Stone 203-485-0088 Last Issue: Phantasy V1N4 1/20/91

PIRATE Author: Various Authors Network Address: N/A Other Address: BBS: N/A Last Issue: V1 #5 April 1990

ANE Anarchy 'N' Explosives Author: Varous Authors Network Address: N/A Other Addrerss: BBS: N/A Last Issue: #7 06/16/89

NARC Nuclear Phreakers/Hackers/Carders Author: The Oxidizer Network Address: N/A Other Address: BBS: Last Issue: NARC #7 Fall 1989

SYNDICATE REPORTS Author:The Sensi Network Address: Other Address: BBS: Last Issue:

This is not an attempt to list all of the known magazines but just some of the more popular ones. If I left a particular one out that you feel should of been included I apologize.

All of the above magazines can be found in the CUD archives and at many of the Bulletin Board Sytems listed at the end of this file.

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P R I N T E D M A G A Z I N E S

Author: Emmanuel Goldstein Network Address: 2600@well.sf.ca.us Other Address: 2600 Magazine, P.O. Box 752, Middle Island, NY 11953

2600 Magazine is published quarterly, 48 pages per issue. Subscriptions are $18 U.S. for a year in the U.S. and Canada, $30 overseas. Corporate subscriptions are $45 and $65 respectively. Back issues are available for $25 per year, $30 per year overseas and they go back to 1984.

Phone 516-751-2600 Fax 516-751-2608

TAP/YIPL Formerly YIPL "Youth International Party Line" Now TAP "Technical Assistance Party"

TAP Magazine P.O. Box 20264 Louisville, KY 40250 Most all issues will cost $1.00 for US Citizens and $2.00 for overseas. Terms are CASH, postal money order, or regular money order with the payee left blank. BBS: 502-499-8933

Cybertek Magazine Published by OCL/Magnitude P.O. Box 64 Brewster NY 10509 $2.50 for sample issue $15 year for 6 issues

Mondo 2000 (Formerly Reality Hackers Magazine / High Frontiers) P.O. Box 10171 Berkley, CA 94709-5171 Phone 415-845-9018 Fax 415-649-9630 $24 for five issues Frank Zappa subscribes to Mondo 2000!!!

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Fact Sheet Five 6 Arizona Ave Rensselaer, NY 12144-4502 $3.50 for a sample issue. $33 a year for 8 issues Phone 518-479-3707

Fact Sheet Five reviews any independent news media, i.e. 2600, TAP, Books, Music, Software, etc.

Full Disclosure by Glen Roberts P.O. Box 903-C Libertyville, Illinois 60048 Free sample issue $18 for 12 issues

Deals with Privacy, electronic surveillance and related topics.

Anvil P.O. Box 640383f El Paso, TX 79904

Computer Security Digest 150 N. Main Street Plymouth, MI 48170 Phone 313-459-8787 Fax 313-459-2720 $125 U.S. per year. Overseas $155 U.S. per year.

HAC-TIC Dutch Hacking Magazine Network Address: ropg@ooc.uva.nl Other Address: Hack-Tic P.O. Box 22953 1100 DL Amsterdam Phone: +31 20 6001480

Privacy Journal P.O. Box 15300 Washington D.C. 20003 Phone 202-547-2865

Monitoring Times 140 Dog Branch Road Brasstown, North Carolina 28902

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Loompanics LTD P.O. Box 1197 Port Townsend, WA 98368

Consumertronics 2011 Crescent DR. P.O. Drawer 537 Alamogordo, NM 88310 Phone 505-434-0234 Fax 500-434-0234(Orders Only)

Consumertronics sells manuals on many different hacking/phreaking related topics, i.e. "Voice Mail Box Hacking", "Computer Phreaking", etc.

Eden Press Privacy Catalog 11623 Slater "E" P.O. Box 8410 Fountain Valley, CA 92728 Phone 1-800-338-8484 24hrs, 7 days a week.

Here is the opening paragraph from their catalog:

Welcome to the Privacy Catalog, Over 300 publications explore every aspect of privacy in ways that are not only unique, but also provocative. Some books may seem "controversial", but that results only from the fact that people can enjoy many different views of the same subject. We endeavor to offer views that will prove both helpful and thoughtful in the many areas where privacy may be a concern.

Criminal Research Products 206-218 East Hector Street Conshocken,PA 19428

Investigative equipment and electronic surveillance items.

Ross Engineering Associates 68 Vestry STreet New York,NY 10013

Surveillance items

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Edmund Scientific CO. 101 E. Gloucester Pike Barrington, NJ 08007

Catalog of gadgets and devices including items which are useful to the surveillance craft.

Diptronics P.O. BOX 80 Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034

Microwave TV Systems Catalog costs $3

Garrison P.O. BOX 128 <--- Getyour lock picks here... Kew Gardens, NY 11415

Locksmithing tools and electronic security gadgets. Catalog costs $2.

Bnf Enterprises P.O. BOX 3357 Peabody, MA 01960

General electronics supplier.

Mouser Electronics 11433 Woodside avenue Santee, CA 92071

Sells most electronic components parts and equipment.

Benchmark Knives P.O. BOX 998 Gastonia, NC 28052

Call for a free catalog. (704-449-2222).

Excalibur Enterprises P.O. BOX 266 Emmans, PA 18049

Night vision devices. <--Expensive! Catalog costs $5

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DECO INDUSTRIES BOX 607 Bedford Hills, NY 10157

Sells mimiture Electronic Kits

Matthews Cutlery 38450-A N. Druid Hills RD. Decatur, GA 30033

Their catalog contains over 1000 knives and costs $1.50.

U.S. Cavalry Store 1375 N. Wilson Road Radcliff, KY 40160

Military & paramilitary clothing & gear. Catalog costs $3.

The Intelligence Group 1324 West Waters Avenue Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

Sells video equipment used for investigative purposes.

Columbia Pacific University 1415 Third Street San Rafael, CA 94901

Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate degrees

Video & Satellite Marketeer P.O. BOX 21026 Columbus, OH 43221

Newsletter containing video, vcr, satellite dishes, etc.

Santa Fe Distributors 14400 W. 97'TH Terrace Lenexa, KS 66215

Radar detectors and microwave tv systems. (913-492-8288)

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Alumni Arts BOX 553 Grant's Pass, OR 97526

Reproductions of college diplomas. Catalog costs $3

Merrell Scientific CO. 1665 Buffalo Road Rochester, NY 14624

Chemical suppliers <---For Making Bombs and such. Get the Catalog costs $3. Impossible to find stuff here.

K Products P.O. BOX 27507 San Antonio, TX 78227

I.D. Documents. Catalog costs $1.

City News Service P.O. BOX 86 Willow Springs, MO 65793

Press I.D. cards. <-- Good for gettinginto where they don't want Catalog costs $3. you.

Matthews Police Supply CO. P.O. BOX 1754 Matthews, NC 28105

Brass knuckles etc.

Taylor P.O. BOX 15391 W. Palm Beach, FL 33416 <--Fake ID's are great!

Drivers license, student I.D. cards, etc.

Capri Electronics ROUTE 1 Canon, GA 30250

Scanner accessories

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Liberty Industries BOX 279 RD 4 Quakertown, PA 18951

Pyrotechnic components Catalog costs $1

DE VOE P.O. BOX 32 BERLIN PA 15530

Sells information on making electronic detonators.

Scanner World USA 10 New Scotland Avenue Albany, NY 12208

Cheap scanner receivers.

H & W P.O. BOX 4 Whitehall, PA 18052

Human Skulls, arms, legs, etc. A complete list is available for $1 and Self Addressed Stamped Envelope.

Abbie-Yo Yo Inc. P.O. Box 15 Worcester MA 01613

This is an old address that I could not verify but, they used to sell the book "Steal This Book". {I will be including selected readings from it next file. You'll like it, believe me.... -=+DarkStorm+=-}

For most of these catalogs you could probably play dumb and just send them a letter asking for a catalog or brochure without paying a cent. Pretending not to know that their catalogs cost anything.

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BBS's with a nice selection of Hacker/CU shit.

Begin-->>

B U L L E T I N B O A R D S

Ripco 312-528-5020 Face-2-Face 713-242-6853 Rune Stone 203-485-0088 Home of NIA The Works 617-861-8976 The Well 415-332-6106 Blitzkrieg 502-499-8933 Home of TAP Uncensored 914-761-6877 Manta Lair 206-454-0075 Home of Cybertek

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From The Butler

Re: BUTLER#1

Begin-->>

I would like to thank everyone for giving me permission to use their information in this file.

The information provided here is for informational purposes only.

What you choose to do with it is your responsibility and no one elses. That means not me, and not the BBS you downloaded this from!

To my knowledge this is the most comprehensive and upto date list of underground books, catalogs, magazines, electronic newsletters, and network addresses available. If there are any additions or corrections to this list please contact me via the Ripco BBS.

The Butler... <<--End.

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Excerpts from 'Steal This Book' by Abbie Hoffman. (I doubt Pirate Editions (Publishers) will mind too much seeing as how most people got this book by stealing it, as is suggested by the title.... I doubt they expected a profit from it; if they did, they were wrong.) Anyway, here it is: =====>>

People's Chemistry -------- ---------

Stink Bomb

You can purchase buteric acid at any chemical supply store for "laboratory experiments." It can be thrown or poured directly in an area you think already stinks. A small bottle can be left uncapped behind a door that opens into the target room. When a person enters they will knock over the bottle, spilling the liquid. Called a "Fronies," by those in the know, an ounce of buteric acid can go a long way. Be careful not to get it on your clothing. A home-made stink bomb can be made by mixing a batch of egg whites, Drano, (sodium hydroxide) and water. Let the mixture sit for a few days in a capped bottle before using.

Smoke Bomb

Sometimes it becomes strategically correct to confuse the opposition and provide a smoke screen to aid an escape. A real home-made smoke bomb can be made by combining four parts sugar to six parts saltpeter (available at all chemical supply stores). This mixture must then be heated over a very low flame. It willl blend into a plastic substance. When this starts to gel, remove from the heat and allow the plastic to cool. Embed a few wooden match heads into the mass while it's still pliable and attach a fuse.* ...About a pound of the plastic will produce thick enough smoke to fill a city block. Just make sure you know which way the wind is blowing.

(* is under Fuses, Page 156)

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Sterno Bomb

One of the simplest bombs to make is the converted sterno can. It will provide some bang and a widely dispersed spray of jellied fire. Remove the lid from a standard, commercially purchased can and punch a hold {Hole I assume} in the center big enough for the firecracker fuse. Take a large spoonful of jelly out of the center to make room for the firecracker. Insert the firecracker and pull the fuse up through the hole in the lid. When in place, cement around the hole with epoxy glue. Put some more glue around the rim of the can and reseal the lid. Wipe the can and wash off excess with rubbing alcohol. A cancerette fuse {cigarette fuse} should be used. The can could also be taped around a bottle with Moltov mixture and ignited.

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Various fuses from 'Steal This Book'

Fuses

You can make a good homemade fuse by dipping a string in glue and then rolling it lightly in gunpowder. When the glue hardens, wrap the string tightly and neatly with scotch tape. This fuse can be used in a variety of ways. Weight it on one end and drop a rock into the tank of a pig vehicle. Light the other end and run like hell. {Cops don't like that part though....}

Cancerette Fuse {Cigarette Fuse}

Take a few puffs (being sure not to inhale the vile fumes){This comming from an acclaimed pot-grower} to get it going and work the unlighted end over the fuse of a firecracker. {Use an unfiltered cigarette, or cut off the filter} This will provide a delay of from 5 to 15 minutes. To use this type of fuse successfully, there must be enough air in the vicinity so the flame won't go out. A strong wind would not be good either. When the cancerette burns down, it sets off the firecracker which in turn explodes and ignites the bomb or whatever.

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A little free money never hurt....

Coin Fraud

Every time you drop a coin into a slot, you are losing money needlessly. There is at least one foreign coin that is the same size or close enough that will do the trick for less than a penny. The following are some of the foreign currencies that will get you that Coke, call or subway ride.

Quarter Size Coins

URUGUAYAN 10 CENTISIMO PIECE--works in many soda and candy machines, older telephones (3 slot types), toll machines, laundromats, parking meters, stamp machines and restroom novelty machines{You figure that one out}. Works also in some electric cancerette machines but not most mechanical machines.

DANISH 5 ORE PIECE--works in 3 slot telephones, toll machines, laundromats, automats, some stamp machines, and the Boston Subway. Doesn't work in soda or cancerette machines.

PERUVIAN 20 CENTAVO PIECE--similar to above.

MEXICAN 10 CENTAVO PIECE--works in new (one slot) telephones and some electric cancerette machines, but not in as many places as the three above.

ICELANDIC 5 AURAN PIECE--most effective quarter in the world, even works in change machines. Unfortunately, this coin is practically impossible to get outside of Iceland and even there, it is becoming difficult since the government is attempting to remove it from circulation. {DAMN!}

Dime Size Coins

MALASIAN PENNY--generally works in all dime slots, including old and new telephones, candy machines, soda machines, electric machines, stamp machines, parking meters, photocopy machines, and pay toilets. Does not work in some newer stamp dispensers, and some mechanical cancerette machines.

TRINIDAD PENNY--works much like above.

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Washers

No. 14 brass washer with tape on one side makes a PERFECT dime. When you get the ones you want, you can get Thousands for next to nothing and pass them out to your friends.

Legalities etc

All of the coins listed have a currency value of a few cents, with most less than one penny. Foreign coins work more regularly than slugs and are non-magnetic, hence cannot be detected by "slug detector machines." Also unlike slugs, although they are illegal to use in mahines, they a re perfectly legal to possess and exchange.

Bills

Xerox copies of both sides of a dollar bill, carefully glued together, work in most machines that give you change for a dollar....Fancy that! It's the Treasury Department. Wonder what they want?

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Free Calls

You can make all the free long distance calls you want by calling your part collect at a pay phone. Just have your friend go to a prearranged phone booth at a prearranged time. This can be done on the spot by having the friend call you person to person. Say you're not in, but ask for the number calling you since you'll be "back" in five minutes. Once you get the number simply hang up, wait a moment and call back your friend collect. The call has to be out of state to work since operators are familiar with the special extension numbers assigned to pay phones for her area and possibly for nearby areas as well. if she asks you if it is a pay phone say no. If she finds out during the call (which rarely happens) and informs you of this, simply say you didn't expect the party to have a pay phone in their house and accept the charges. We never heard of this happening though.

Simple Red Boxing

If there are two pay phones next to each other, you can call long distance on one and put the coins in the other. When the operator cuts in and asks you to deposit money, drop the coins in the one you are not using, but hold the reciever up to the slots so the operator can hear the bells ring. When you've finished, you can simply press the return button on the phone with the coins, and you'll get them back. (Or tape record the sounds etc) {For this, nowadays, put the reciver up to the earpiece on the other phone and procede as above stated.}

<<=====

{{ Tell me waht else you want, I can get almost anything, though I prefer to think that I Can get Anything. }}

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A Note of Enclosures: --------------------

Hz-Generator: ------------

Accompanying this file is a program I made in Pascal to produce the MF tones, read the file on which numbers use which Hz, and the duration. The program deals in Hz and milliseconds, so you should have no problems with it. The only one I can think of is that you can only do one sound at a time. Just record each of them separately for their duration, and then play them back at the same time to record them on the same tape (For RedBoxing, for BlueBoxing, you get to improv. I'm not telling how I do it. It will make you a better hacker if you can solve your own problems.)

Extra .ZIP's: ------------

Also in the DRKSTRM?.ZIP are a few other files. FREE.ZIP, RADAR.ZIP, and RADAR2.ZIP. I included them in the .ZIP but not the file seeing as how they are order forms for making Radar Jammers, and getting free HBO. In this file is a page on how to build an HBO descrammbler yourself, but I threw the .ZIP in anyway. The Radar ones cost money, as does the HBO one. I will continue to search for a file on how to build a jammer to be included in the next file (Sorry, but it may take longer than I'd hoped. Anyone with the .GIF's of it, send them to me and I will include them, or retype them.) so you all don't have to waste your money.

FLAG.BAT: --------

FLAG.ZIP contains FLAG.BAT, and FLAG.DOC, two files on prompts. FLAG.BAT is a BATch file that makes the prompt look like an American Flag. The .DOC is just a little note I jotted down for all of you who have the least bit of curiosity on how the prompts work. It shouldn't be too hard to figure out, but if it is, leave me mail anywhere you see me, and I'll give you the text file I wrote on making prompts.

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Well Boys, that's that.

I hope you enjoyed the fruits of my many hours of buffering, downloading, and validations to get you all of this. I am hoping that I was able to compose the most comprehensive file on lawlessness and fun. Please leave mail to me whenever you can about stuff in this file, and other suggestions. If you have any questions, then just drop me a line, and I'll be happy to respond to better your understanding of the quirks of this feible world. I have recently downloaded scans (in .GIF form) of the book "Steal This Book" by a hippie, Abbie Hoffman. In it it says how to get more free shit, including land, cars, food, and education (college). As well as anti-police warfare, and growing pot and other drugs. As soon as I can get an OCR program or something, I will put lots of this in my next version of this file. I have a few included as last minute adjustments, but the bulk of it is still to come. Enjoy it while it lasts, and remember the quote from one of the guys who wrote an article for this file, Maelstrom (I think)....

"It's not illegal until you get caught."

... or something like that. Well, boys, I will leave you now so you can get to work on any of the stuff in here that tickles youyr fancy. Go Nuts!

Peace. War. Death. It's all a vicious circle.

-=+DarkStorm+=-

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