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#1 I-baLL

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Posted 23 April 2007 - 09:28 PM

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Posted 24 April 2007 - 06:24 PM

OK, n00b comment, I admit... but that video had some number on there that were easily readable with a pause. They weren't dumb enough to drop any interesting docs or information there did they?

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Posted 24 April 2007 - 09:16 PM

OK, n00b comment, I admit... but that video had some number on there that were easily readable with a pause. They weren't dumb enough to drop any interesting docs or information there did they?

I'm assuming you didn't mean a phone number, because I couldn't find one no matter how thoroughly I searched. But yeah, a lot of the numbers shown are used by technicians and other employees for provisioning, identifying switches/COs, service orders, and even customer information often used by representatives. The information wasn't anything that had any abuse potential, mostly because it wasn't based on any one person/subscriber, or any one switch/CO. A lot of it is freely available online though. Look at http://www.telcodata.us for example, it has let us lookup a lot of information that technicians have access to from LERG (Local Exchange Routing Guide). It's a great tool and even Not Theory had/has his own lookup on his Bellsmind site.

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 07:03 PM

OK, n00b comment, I admit... but that video had some number on there that were easily readable with a pause. They weren't dumb enough to drop any interesting docs or information there did they?

I'm assuming you didn't mean a phone number, because I couldn't find one no matter how thoroughly I searched. But yeah, a lot of the numbers shown are used by technicians and other employees for provisioning, identifying switches/COs, service orders, and even customer information often used by representatives. The information wasn't anything that had any abuse potential, mostly because it wasn't based on any one person/subscriber, or any one switch/CO. A lot of it is freely available online though. Look at http://www.telcodata.us for example, it has let us lookup a lot of information that technicians have access to from LERG (Local Exchange Routing Guide). It's a great tool and even Not Theory had/has his own lookup on his Bellsmind site.



No, I was wondering if there were actual accounts numbers or client numbers in some of the screens that could be used for social engineering. But since i don't know a lot of those acronyms and terms, I didn't know what half of it was. :)

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Posted 25 April 2007 - 09:24 PM

No, I was wondering if there were actual accounts numbers or client numbers in some of the screens that could be used for social engineering. But since i don't know a lot of those acronyms and terms, I didn't know what half of it was. :)


Yeah that's pretty much what I was saying, and that most of the numbers that were shown were based on what I mentioned above. I recall only one page displayed that had a fake name and account number with some other information on a "Verizon subscriber", but that's it I think. There were a few terms I didn't know myself I'll admit, but they didn't look like anything sensitive to me. Maybe someone else could comment further.

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Posted 26 April 2007 - 08:02 PM

Nice find I-Ball!! :voteyes:

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Posted 28 April 2007 - 03:04 PM

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