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#261 counterspell

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Posted 20 July 2004 - 07:47 PM

800-444-4444 is my favorite anac. Its shiny.

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Posted 20 July 2004 - 10:23 PM

I hate that bullshit number.Thoses arent anac's,they just read the fucking number back to you.And recently that havent even read off my shit for some reason it reads off something else.I want 1140 and 1160 back DAMN IT!!!Enough of this bullshit Im fucking pissed man.ve been searching for so fucking long and still nothing.Well other shit but not what Im looking for.It will come up.

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Posted 20 July 2004 - 10:45 PM

I want 1140 and 1160 back DAMN IT!!!Enough of this bullshit Im fucking pissed man.ve been searching for so fucking long and still nothing.Well other shit but not what Im looking for.It will come up.

Why not scan the 11XX suffix of 800-555-XXXX? Or better yet, rescan the whole 555 prefix...

Edited by vox, 20 July 2004 - 10:46 PM.


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Posted 20 July 2004 - 11:40 PM

greyarea, i dont wanna sound like a dick, but wtf are u talking about???! Not an ANAC? that MCI one reads your, ANI, aka realtime aka Billing Telephone Number. (i hope i got all those right) Which I think is much leeter than CPN (although CPN is still leet).

Like i asked a few posts ago.....Did you call that MCI one from your cell phone? Because with some cell phone providers your BTN is going to be a different number than your cell phone number. Maybe it is even different with all providers but Im not sure.

But anyways Im assuming that is why your number was different. ANACs that read CPN are much easier to come by than ones that read the BTN so dont worry, youll find another good one soon enough. (Oh and Lucky and myself tested that MCI one and i think if you dont pass an ANI it reads the CPN instead.)

Oh and someone shoot me if i mixed up any info right there. thanks.

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Posted 21 July 2004 - 12:15 AM

That MCI ANAC has been floating around for atleast 5 years.
Some of MCI's other numbers have an ANAC also.

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Posted 21 July 2004 - 03:14 AM

1-508-754-0284 (some strange room monitor)

CPN ANAC = 800 555 1140
ANI ANAC = 800 225 5313

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18056377243

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Posted 21 July 2004 - 08:11 AM

CPN ANAC = 800 555 1140
ANI ANAC = 800 225 5313


lol. both are dead now

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Posted 21 July 2004 - 01:42 PM

Heres some Pat Live ANACs that decoder posted somewhere.

1800 803-6514
1800 803-6521
1800 803-6527
1800 803-6528
1800 803-6541
1800 803-6544
1800 803-6594
1800 293-6924
1888 258-0837

#269 AlphaFlood

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Posted 21 July 2004 - 02:15 PM

1888 258-0837 doesn't seem to be an ANAC any longer. It's a VMB for the Carigio(sp?) group.

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Posted 23 July 2004 - 10:31 PM

greyarea, i dont wanna sound like a dick, but wtf are u talking about???! Not an ANAC? that MCI one reads your, ANI, aka realtime aka Billing Telephone Number. (i hope i got all those right) Which I think is much leeter than CPN (although CPN is still leet).

Like i asked a few posts ago.....Did you call that MCI one from your cell phone? Because with some cell phone providers your BTN is going to be a different number than your cell phone number. Maybe it is even different with all providers but Im not sure.

But anyways Im assuming that is why your number was different. ANACs that read CPN are much easier to come by than ones that read the BTN so dont worry, youll find another good one soon enough. (Oh and Lucky and myself tested that MCI one and i think if you dont pass an ANI it reads the CPN instead.)

Oh and someone shoot me if i mixed up any info right there. thanks.

Im just pissed off you know.It will come up soon.What is weird about the MCI numbers is that during the day it reads MY NUMBER then at night IT reads back a different npa (same state).And yes from my cellphone (T-Mobile)

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Posted 23 July 2004 - 10:36 PM

whoa thats weird??!... it reads the same one for me no matter what time i call it

#272 greyarea

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Posted 23 July 2004 - 10:39 PM

Yeah Thats why I was going off about it being Not a acac.If you at defcon I show you want Im talking about.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 11:57 AM

1888 258-0837 doesn't seem to be an ANAC any longer. It's a VMB for the Carigio(sp?) group.

Oh well, 8 outta 9 isn't bad.

here's a weird number I just found.
800-882-1497 air quality forecast for massachusetts

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 11:30 PM

Yeah fuck it I put on hold the current project I was working on now and started scanning 800 555 xxxx
I started lastnight and Im 700 numbers into it.So When I find any new ANAC's Ill pm them to the right ppl.For phear thats why they are dead now since the feds are snooping around;

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 11:41 PM

Since you're scanning 800-555-XXXX, don't forget to note all the other interesting things hidden in there. That prefix is famous for interesting numbers.

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Posted 24 July 2004 - 11:56 PM

Oh yes I already found some weird shit.I just havent had to time play with them.Sometime tomorrow Ill post the first thousand block on Bellsmind

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Posted 25 July 2004 - 11:59 PM

OK wtf Anyone have a number that passes your REAL time ani?

Before when the 1140 and 1160 was up they would pass just 602 when calling from my local ops.When I have my local ops dial 18004444444 it tells me Im calling from 7195551212 which everyone knows is 411.Also anyone else having a hardtime staying connected to tollfree numbers calling off NuFone.It dials it for me but however as soon as someone picks up it goes silent.So the only way I can get around this is to forward my cell to a tollfree number ans then call it.Hmm I wonder what T-Mobile will pick up if I call from my cell to my asterisk box then dialout my cell forwarded to Tmobile.
I just thought of this so let me see. /me calling -------------BUSTED.....Ok when I called tmobile it passes
420-000-1337 Now if you call them from *67 it shows your realtime number.Now is this Proof that asterisk can indeed change your ANI?
Comments anyone??

Edited by greyarea, 26 July 2004 - 01:19 AM.


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Posted 26 July 2004 - 01:20 AM

an anac that does work and is qwest owned so probably real,

505-845-9901

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Posted 26 July 2004 - 01:37 AM

an anac that does work and is qwest owned so probably real,

505-845-9901

Your lucky finding it on 9901.
I have a couple more Nxx the check but I dont think Ill find one that easy here in PHX.I hope tho.

edited:Huh I call it and it says 8 4 5 0 0 0 1???

Edited by greyarea, 26 July 2004 - 01:38 AM.


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Posted 27 July 2004 - 02:27 AM

July 27, 2004 - 3:20 AM

The following is a scan of 508-459-69XX. The 69XX range seems to have
a few test numbers mixed around in it. It should also be noted that the
459 exchange is owned by a CLEC and not by Verizon. It is mostly an
exchange full of business lines.



508-459-69XX
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459-6900 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6901 - Rings
459-6902 - Rings
459-6903 - FAX
459-6904 - Rings
459-6905 - Rings
459-6906 - Rings
459-6907 - Rings
459-6908 - Rings
459-6909 - Busy
459-6910 - Currently out of service.
459-6911 - Voice Mail Box
459-6912 - Rings, switches over to weird pulse rings, then fax.
459-6913 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6914 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6915 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6916 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6917 - Rings
459-6918 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6919 - Rings
459-6920 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6921 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6922 - Reorder
459-6923 - Rings
459-6924 - Rings
459-6925 - Business
459-6926 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6927 - Business (Kittredge Equipment)
459-6928 - Business (Same as above)
459-6929 - Business (Same as above)
459-6930 - Business (Same as above)
459-6931 - Business (Same as above)
459-6932 - Business (Same as above)
459-6933 - Rings
459-6934 - FAX
459-6935 - Rings
459-6936 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6937 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6938 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6939 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6940 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6941 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6942 - Voice Mail Box
459-6943 - FAX
459-6944 - Rings
459-6945 - Rings
459-6946 - Rings
459-6947 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6948 - Carrier - COCOT (?)
459-6949 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6950 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6951 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6952 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6953 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6954 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6955 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6956 - Rings for like a decade, then finally an answering machine.
459-6957 - Rings
459-6958 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6959 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6960 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6961 - Rings
459-6962 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6963 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6964 - Carrier - COCOT (?)
459-6965 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6966 - Rings
459-6967 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6968 - Carrier
459-6969 - Silent Line (No Ringing)
459-6970 - Remote Access Service (Outdial?)
459-6971 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6972 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6973 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6974 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6975 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6976 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6977 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6978 - Carrier <-- Interesting
459-6979 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6980 - Business (Insurance Company)
459-6981 - Business (Same as above)
459-6982 - Rings
459-6983 - FAX
459-6984 - Rings
459-6985 - Rings
459-6986 - Rings
459-6987 - Rings
459-6988 - Rings
459-6989 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS
459-6990 - Loud Tone!
459-6991 - Rings
459-6992 - Loud Tone!
459-6993 - Reorder
459-6994 - Weird Tone
459-6995 - Weird Tone - (Responds to DTMF. Press: *)
459-6996 - Loud Static
459-6997 - Carrier
459-6998 - Carrier
459-6999 - [SIT] Disconnected / NIS




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