1. (“Cap’n Crunch”) An early 1970s hacker/phreaker/phacker who used a free whistle included with “Cap’n Crunch” breakfast cereal to fake pay phone system tones and make large quantities of free phone calls. Also alludes to “crunch”.
2. (After the above) wardialer.
3. Reportedly, a program which crashes a computer by overloading the interrupt stack.
the head of a large business firm, especially of an industrial complex.
- Captain Jack
(Kintpuash) 1837?–73, Modoc leader.
- Captain james cook
Frederick Albert, 1865–1940, U.S. physician and polar explorer. George Cram [kram] /kræm/ (Show IPA), 1873–1924, U.S. novelist, dramatist, and poet. Captain James, 1728–79, English navigator and explorer in the S Pacific, Antarctic Ocean, and along the coasts of Australia and New Zealand. Sir Joseph, 1860–1947, Australian statesman, born in England: prime minister 1913–14. Mount. Also […]
- Captain’s mast
a session at which the captain of a naval ship hears and acts on the cases of enlisted personnel charged with committing offenses.