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an NSA agent showed up at the San Francisco switching center in 2002 to interview a management-level technician for a special job. In January 2003, Klein observed a new room being built adjacent to the room housing AT&T’s #4ESS www.homelandstupidity.us...
Originally posted by davespanners
I'm going to go with the only explanation I can think of for this behavior from AT&T, this is just completely from the top of my head so.......
Maybe you had a trojan on the PC that they sent the PIN code to (which caused the strange behavior / crashing you described), the pin code was compromised and the international calling card was then used to call a number of people "the names that they asked about". The person at AT&T was checking that your friend had not made these calls so as not to charge him for them
Just a shot in the dark though
I wish he had written them down