Juan Flynn wrote:
> Or indeed, if you know the phone number of the house you want to burgle,
> keep ringing it from an anonymous mobile. While the phone rings out (3
> mins?) or if there is an answering machine, the phone line will be tied
> up and not call Phonewatch. Perhaps enough time to smash the phonewatch
> box off the wall / cut the phoneline leading to it. Of course, this
> would probably be beyond the planning capabilities of most burglars.
Uh huh... either the system sucks mightly and is vulnerable to this...
or Eircom have done thier jobs and anticipated this attack.
/Buys a dynamite proof safe
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