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TUCoPS :: Phreaking General Information :: wirestrp.txt

Field wire stripping / line access techniques - a brief, informatl discussion




From r_t_f@phonelosers.net Tue Aug 13 20:02:32 2002
"finity" <infinity@thaw.2y.net> wrote in message
news:k7j69.17364$27.517480@twister.rdc-kc.rr.com...
> On Sun, 11 Aug 2002 11:34:38 -0500, av1d placed finger to keyboard and
> entered:
>
> > 3) use a lighter...  hold it under and after the rubber catches fire,
> > blow it out & push the rubber out of the way.
>
> Now that's something I'd never thought of before.  Something else that
> worked for me (probably won't work if the wires are too thick) is to
> press the alligator clip into the insulation (pliers or something help
> with this task) and it's teeth will get through if you're lucky.

Way back in my youth, I used two sewing pins to get into a local COCOT's
line.  If stuck into the cable right, they contact the ring and tip strands,
and you can just clip your beige onto the pins.  That way, unlike stripping
or burning, it won't be so obvious and you could have a resource to use
again in the future.  My pinholes lasted until the COCOT was removed three
or four years later.

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