how could one intercept police communications?

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by delta09, Sep 8, 2002.

  1. delta09

    delta09 Guest

    im not talking about their radio communications, im talkin about their laptop communications from station to cop car.

    i know its possible, read this link.

    http://www.techtv.com/cybercrime/privacy/jump/0,23009,8186,00.html

    so far i understand im gonna need a modified scanner, and a laptop connected to the scanner running the mdt program. where could one aquire the mdt program?

    i know you intelligent folks know something, help a mofo out.

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  2. HardTech

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    this would be legal how?
     
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    It would be completely legal. It's not encrypted and no one "owns" radio signals. I've done it with Fire Department pagers. Getting the software would be the illegal part. It's not exactly "public domain" software. Of course, I have a license to use it. You can't just get any MDT software, you have to get the software your particular municipality is using. We use WinMCS by Coded Technologies, which is now out of business.
     
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