Passwords from 9/11 tragedy pager intercepts (Yeah! Plain text! From

while true; do wget -r -l1 --no-clobber -A.txt; done; cat *.txt | grep pass
Sample Output
2001-09-11 17:37:01 Skytel [003937285] B ALPHA A conference call is scheduled 1700 CDT on 9-11-01. Current plans to address security, dvrtd flts & resumption of svc.Outside phn 1-800-857-3412; Unitel 8-888-0484; Intl 1-312-470-7298. Passcode 93390#. ordoo-becky johnson -recommend
2001-09-11 17:20:58 Skytel [002863587] A ALPHA kinc: CODERED-BU: Call 1-888-224-0047, passcode 212-762-2317. Call
2001-09-11 19:14:46 Skytel [005253896] C ALPHA Joanne. Up on my latop is a word doc (telesales contract) please email to BAM Asap. my password is still campbell- CC -recommend
2001-09-11 18:33:01 Arch [0472521] C ALPHA . R.R.R.A.T. ALERT from HEAT . Please call 1-800-453-7412 NOW! Client ID=154571; Password=331340 .RANCE KNISLEY reports: .TKT 00556495 opened. -recommend

By: Cowboy
2009-11-26 23:38:44

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