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#641 Saint Peter

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Posted 20 June 2006 - 11:27 AM


I'll play with it more today. Pressing 1, 2, 3, or 4 gave "Error", but pressing * gave silence. I tried *1, *2, etc hoping to get a message like Sensaphones give but nothing.


Try pressing *123 or *321 *741... That did something for me.
Also pressing # made it say "system ready"



I'm going to try some more combinations, I just hope I don't end up actually controlling something.


I'll play with it more today. Pressing 1, 2, 3, or 4 gave "Error", but pressing * gave silence. I tried *1, *2, etc hoping to get a message like Sensaphones give but nothing.



*Imagines a national news story tomorrow about how a whole town had to be evacuated due to a "faulty sensor" at a local water treatment plant, causing some toxic chemical to leak back into the water supply.*

Be careful with that. There's manuals online for some of those remote monitoring systems if you know where to look. Remember that you could be turning the sensors on and off when you're messing with that.


As much fun as this is I don't think anyone should screw with this shit. Don't change settings.

Edited by Saint Peter, 01 July 2006 - 07:08 AM.


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Posted 21 June 2006 - 07:16 PM

After a bit of investigation, I found out a bit more about the monitoring system. Before the system prompts you for login, pressing five will make the monitoring system go to data mode. After logging in, most commands from the manual won't work. If you press zero at any given time, it will reply "error" without waiting for any extra digits. Furthermore, the firmware version is 3.0, not 3.5 . However, modifying the order of the commands will make it work with this particular system.

Shown here is a list of commands for the 1000EX. For example, if you wanted to hear the time, press *060 instead of 0*60*. I believe the command values (time=60, end call=70) are still the same. I couldn't seem to get the Phone Number Escape Codes to work, though. If anybody finds out how to execute those particular commands, please post the results.

As much fun as this is I don't think anyone should screw with this shit. Don't change settings.


Most, but not all commands involving 'nn' variables change something. As long as you stay away from them, it should be fine.

EDIT: The time is four hours and thirteen minutes off. Don't plan on setting your clock to it. :)

Edited by ThoughtPhreaker, 21 June 2006 - 07:43 PM.


#643 Saint Peter

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Posted 21 June 2006 - 10:51 PM

Wait, it's a 1000EX? In my post i said 1000 but i thought the cover of the manual i found said 1000EX.

Oh actually it was the firmware revision that threw me off.

EDIT: Oh and the phone number escape codes are for when you're programming it to dial out, look in the PDF link I posted for info on actually programming it, and then to yours about the specific command codes.

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Posted 22 June 2006 - 12:27 AM

Actually, I think it's a 1000, but the manual you linked to is for 1000EXes. A few minutes after my post, I found a 1000 manual that seemes to befit the response of the machine, but I was confused at the time because it still wouldn't recognize the Phone Number Escape Codes; the first number after the * always seemed to indicate the device number. Thanks for pointing that out.

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Posted 22 June 2006 - 10:24 AM

Damn these are cool, I wonder if any others were found in any scans...

MESSAGE: So basically, to not change anything, don't use any commands that start with **. ** means change a value, * means get the value of.

Edited by Saint Peter, 22 June 2006 - 12:25 PM.


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Posted 01 July 2006 - 01:53 AM

Trying to delete this post, sorry forgot I made a post already in this thread.

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Posted 01 July 2006 - 02:45 AM

thats weird, I called it again and got a recorder but on my third time it did the weird ring again. I cant get a good recording of it happening.

In this file it does it once at 18 seconds in to it. I'll try to get a better one

EDIT: i guess it is possible that it is just part of the ring and im just a noob



I havent called it, but a really cool person found this one number one time that would give a reorder when dialed 3 times in a row then on the fourth time dialed it would play an annoucement saying something like "This is a test, if you get this message just regard, it means nothing" I forget the number, and I got rid of all my notes and phone numbers found over time about a month ago. :(, but I wouldnt want to just drop it., but from your post it sounds like its acting the same.














Here's an interesting number that I found on AoH:

1-630-307-9974

It seems to be some sort of pump monitoring thing at some Spring Creek. However, when I called it, it was totally different than the recording on AoH. (I've attached a sound file comparing the two) I still have to try dumping some DTMF down the line and seeing how it responds [EDIT I did it, results below].

AoH: (Synthesized voice) This is pump station number 5 [Hiccup sound]. This is pump station number 5 [Hiccup sound]. (Person pushed touch tone) Acknowledged. Accepted. The intrical delay is 0 2 hours.

My recording thru Skype: (Person's voice) Spring Creek reservoir, pump house status callout. (Synthesized voice) The following are now normal: Channel 6. (Person's voice) PLC fault, system power failure. (Synthesized voice) System status is Normal. [the whole thing repeats and repeats]

PS: Happy first post to me!

EDIT: Pressing one (or any other number it seems) gives you a synthesized voice stating "Enter the access code". It's weird though because the word access is spoken by a female voice while the rest is male.

EDIT AGAIN!!: No frikken' way. The passcode is 1234. Call it up, press anything, then enter 1234. "Access Code Accepted". I'm going to try some commands and see what happens.


yo man, I know this is exciting and all to you, and I'm not trying to break your balls or give you shit in anyway with this post.. But do you understand that if you did what you say you did in your post and in the recording, and you did it from an telephone/IP that has anything to do with you... Was not a very good idea, The activities you logged was an felony.. But yea,, sounds kinda like a sensaphone test unit.
nice find.

Edited by yourface, 01 July 2006 - 02:50 AM.


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Posted 02 July 2006 - 08:19 PM

I agree with yourface. It really isn't a good idea to be messing around with this stuff. I don't think calling a number is considered a felony (here in the US, at least), but messing with the settings most definitly is. I've found a few crazy numbers like these in the past. It isn't a good idea to be posting them on a public forum.

[edit] I gave it a call and now all it does it ring.

Edited by Devilz212, 02 July 2006 - 08:27 PM.


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Posted 03 July 2006 - 08:08 PM

is it me or the -212-966-9999 doesnt work ?

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Posted 04 July 2006 - 11:21 AM

1.702.835.9409 : weird number

it says- " Thank you for calling our national directory assistance number research center. We will research
the information you require and call you back collect. Press one now to be called back collect."


any ideas?

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Posted 04 July 2006 - 06:17 PM

The Literotica Submission Hotline
877-709-0085



why in the hell does a web site have a phone # for submissions?

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Posted 06 July 2006 - 12:57 PM

+1432376XXXX

The entire exchange is all dial tones, busy signals, or sounds that sound a lot like a milliwatt (0001 for example).

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 01:47 PM

217-728-2002: Ancient cassette tape deck playing creepy children stories. Stories change every now and then.


phreaky. :huh:

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 02:06 PM



217-728-2002: Ancient cassette tape deck playing creepy children stories. Stories change every now and then.


phreaky. :huh:

You can actually hear the Wow and Flutter.

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 06:47 AM




217-728-2002: Ancient cassette tape deck playing creepy children stories. Stories change every now and then.


phreaky. :huh:

You can actually hear the Wow and Flutter.

602-643-3599 audio book tom clancys something. I busy atm I forget. But voicestream put this number up back when they owned the building there. ITs some type of rf testing number. I geuss the guys voice hits all the pitches required. this is a tmobile company block. the nss and bss are located a couple of numbers off and internl extensions for the building.

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Posted 08 July 2006 - 12:36 PM

I will let you figure out what these are.. there are recordings too..

867-920-9999
867-920-9997

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Posted 09 July 2006 - 02:43 AM

Man we need to make this whole thread into a phreakin PDF.

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Posted 10 July 2006 - 02:15 AM

732-291-9635 - Quick Stop in NJ. This is the same one featured in the movie "Clerks."

732-291-5354 - RST Video in NJ. This is the video store Randal from the movie "Clerks" worked in. I just called the number, and a fax machine answered.

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 05:03 PM

As you all know, there's been a discussion lately about finding analog trunk systems throughout the community. No, these numbers aren't such, unfortunately, but they're the next best thing to them - AIS systems that accept analog signalling!

320-986-9999
419-646-2368

Although the first one doesn't let you hear the MFs, you can hear crosstalk from calls being MFed into it afterwards. Both use the Bell System AIS protocol, which is KP+3+7-digit number+ST for a database lookup on a number and KP+0+7-digit number+ST to immediately cook up a disconnection report. If anybody has any luck MFing into either of these please tell me what you did, as I haven't had any luck with either of them; the first one just ignores my MFes, while the other one disconnects you immediately after you've heard the report.

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Posted 21 July 2006 - 07:59 PM

telemarketing scum 201-556-9102, 480-603-3796




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