156 Tornado/Emergency Sirens HACKED – Go Off All Over Dallas, Texas





Residents of the Dallas area started to fear the worst – a tornado or even some other catastrophic event. Sirens around the area started going off without a storm in sight. The city of Dallas has responded and said the system was hacked by a local figure – it is being fixed. It start to happen shortly before midnight on April 7th, 2017 and continued into the early morning hours of April 8, 2017. The culprit allegedly used dial tones and other melodies to trick the system.

The outdoor warning system consists of 156 sirens strategically placed throughout the City of Dallas. Outdoor warning sirens are designed to alert people outside to go indoors for shelter and information.

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23 thoughts on “156 Tornado/Emergency Sirens HACKED – Go Off All Over Dallas, Texas

  1. Hacked my ass lol. They wernt hacked. Some smartness probably figured out how the sirens activated and managed to duplicate the activation tones the sirens radios respond to. Sirens use radios to activate with most using some sort of tone activation. Someone in the electronic/radio field could easily figure it out. All you would need is to find out the frequency they are broadcasted on and replicate the tones used to activate them. Using a scanner wouldn't make that very hard….

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