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#41 Y0ungBra1n


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Posted 10 July 2003 - 03:27 PM

what are the last four digits so i can try them here...

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Posted 10 July 2003 - 08:54 PM

Yeaqh, if It's still the default code, then it still should be something relatively easy like that. But then, for all I know, maybe the passcode was changed on that one. On a side note, the DATU I found in my city was nowhere near 9935 or the 99xx range like as is usually the case with DATUs. In fact, the last 4 digits are 00xx.

Wow, what do you know. I've heard of them being like 5677, and random stuff where you wouldn't look. I'm not saying that 5677 is one, thats an example. BTW, the number 732-477-0001, is a home phone number for some one. 477 is the exchange where you found the datu, and the rest in the 00xx range (or ones i've tried) are diffrent types of error measages, aint it strange.

PS. what was that about att easyreach defaults. (i'll be in a place with a lot of payphones tomorrow, so i'll try it out.)

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