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#961 samo

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Posted 16 September 2008 - 04:20 PM

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Posted 16 September 2008 - 05:15 PM

Play around with this, it's a really cool number. But this seems like a number that would end up being taken down/changed from too many calls, so I'm only going to leave it up for a day or two. If someone could record this, that would be appreciated.


I'll re-record this when I have my setup working correctly again. I need to make a new cable and I should be golden, Samo I know it's not what you wanted. I'll get it taken care of.. I also removed the number from the quote so you can remove the number from your post at a later date.

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Posted 27 September 2008 - 01:38 PM

207-797-5906 - NYNEX *67 test line (credit goes to Lucky225)
541-584-0021 - ANAC, reads BTN, doesn't supervise. Same Cognitronics AIS voice as the number above, for those of you who care.

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Posted 27 September 2008 - 02:47 PM

HA HA HA yes phreaking = :D

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Posted 27 September 2008 - 08:36 PM

Some of the #'s from 1997 are out dated i have tried them. However the other numbers on the page all seem to work fine. Just bring enough quarters because these are some legitimate and good numbers. :ninja:

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Posted 28 September 2008 - 01:15 PM

Some of the #'s from 1997 are out dated i have tried them. However the other numbers on the page all seem to work fine. Just bring enough quarters because these are some legitimate and good numbers. :ninja:


Wow. No shit?
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Posted 28 September 2008 - 01:16 PM

207-797-5906 - NYNEX *67 test line (credit goes to Lucky225)


That's funny that they never took the test line down or at least bothered to replace the recording ;).

Edited by Lord 0xf, 28 September 2008 - 01:21 PM.


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Posted 03 October 2008 - 01:01 AM

800-213-TEST - Anybody remember this? Looks like it might be going down soon. At least it disproves the fact that it was used for people on probation.
206-281-0005 - Modem
206-281-0012 - Proctor Test Set. More modern sounding one than others
206-281-0099 - OMG OMG OMG RADIO DISNEY PBX (Nortel)
206-279-8991 - If you didn't hear the vice presidential debates, this is really worth a hear. Regardless of your political standpoint, you'd have to be living under a rock not to find this funny in the least bit. By the way, it doesn't start until maybe thirty minutes in, because I was lazy/looking for another format to record it on/not paying attention.

EDIT: Does the Maverick drinking game mean anything to anybody? xD

Edited by ThoughtPhreaker, 03 October 2008 - 01:09 AM.


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Posted 06 October 2008 - 10:59 PM

Hi. I'm just getting into phreaking and these look like some fun numbers to try. One question I have is if I should be op diverting/using a calling card/ spoofing my cid when calling these numbers in order to avoid getting in trouble for calling them. Thanks.

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Posted 08 October 2008 - 04:08 AM

Hi. I'm just getting into phreaking and these look like some fun numbers to try. One question I have is if I should be op diverting/using a calling card/ spoofing my cid when calling these numbers in order to avoid getting in trouble for calling them. Thanks.


Most of them you should be able to call direct. Just use common sense - if you're calling something questionable, like a DATU or a voicemail, or anything else, know that if the sysadmin notices an unnatural amount of failed logon attempts, and happens to be having a bad day, they might decide to take action against you. The way I see it, if you don't know what something here is, and Google doens't turn anything up, it's more than likely safe to call. There's nothing wrong with dialing a wrong number, right? :)

EDIT: Most calling card will pass your ANI fields, too. Check both the charge number/BTN and the calling party number (CPN) with ANACs we've dropped. In other words, if you're not sure, op divert to your calling card first.

Edited by ThoughtPhreaker, 08 October 2008 - 04:11 AM.


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Posted 08 October 2008 - 03:36 PM

206-281-0012 - Proctor Test Set. More modern sounding one than others


All I'm getting is reorder when I call this number. Anybody else get to the Proctor Test Set?

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 11:19 AM

206-281-0012 - Proctor Test Set. More modern sounding one than others


All I'm getting is reorder when I call this number. Anybody else get to the Proctor Test Set?


I was able via nsat&t wireless.

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Posted 09 October 2008 - 04:56 PM

206-281-0012 - Proctor Test Set. More modern sounding one than others


All I'm getting is reorder when I call this number. Anybody else get to the Proctor Test Set?


I was able via nsat&t wireless.

I could also get it with AT&T. What's up with the MF tones?

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Posted 10 October 2008 - 07:21 PM

OK, I got to it via Verizon Wireless. Yeah, I heard the MF tones as well. Very odd.

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Posted 18 October 2008 - 04:34 AM

All I'm getting is reorder when I call this number. Anybody else get to the Proctor Test Set?



It could have to do with your carrier - the clicks you hear at the beginning seem to have something to do with supervision I think. This will sound ridiculous, but it really could help. Next time you call, try blocking your caller-id. At least with some carriers when you're calling from a 5ESS, this will for some reason make the switch hold the connection up for ten more seconds or so before allowing call teardown. It's just a guess, but I'm thinking that it might put the processor in a different mode. I'll get around to posting about it in another thread sometime or another, but play with it - flash after dialing *67, try more than ten pulses, try * and # after flashing (it has to be without touchtones) 1167, and things like that. In a number of places, this will make the switch behave very differently.

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Posted 03 November 2008 - 09:10 PM

A buncha shitty toll-free numbers.

800-219-7503 -3 DTMF tones -> an Ingeneo NIS recording.
800-219-7504 -800-219-7511 -"(Reads back its number (Possibly the
DNIS)) is a non-working number with phonepeople.com"
800-219-7512 -711 number
800-219-7514 -"Please enter your personal identifaction number (pause)
This authorization code has been disabled. Dial 0 for assistance," then
it goes to a busy. It doesn't even seem to detect DTMF though.
800-219-7534 -Just repeating SIT tones, to silence. It doesn't hang up
and supports more than one callers.
800-219-7549 -A blue hippo number that will just hit you with a
recording if the call is not from a state that blue hippo provides
service in.
800-219-7567 -ATT easy reach 800, password 00. Doesn't connect to
anything interesting, though.
800-219-7584 -"Thank you for your time, goodbye."
800-219-7585 -A dictation system for a hospital. I'm not entirely sure
what purpose these serve, but they seem to hold/require a lot of
information (One prompt asks for the patients SSN). I've found another
one of these at 800-847-0942.
800-219-7588 -A scary phone sex recording
800-219-7590 -A longer recording by a lady that I call the "Noot" lady,
from her recordings for MCI and other companies (for example:
847-270-8999)
800-219-7595 -SIT tones to silence
800-219-7416 -Carrier, I think. It sounds a lot different than a fax
machine.
800-219-7796 -Orange answer phone, a voicemail with a British accent.
800-219-7784 -IDT express care.
800-219-7780 -A really fast talking NIS recording. She gets cut off by
a busy signal in the middle of her third repetition.
800-219-7471 -silence. It doesn't supe, I guess it never connects.
After a while, you get a flashable (possibly meaning it's not from your
tandem or end office switch) busy.
800-219-7460 -NIS recording, but any DTMF promptly hangs the call up.
Numbers like these are incredibly useful for COCOT phreaking.
800-219-7459 -After a lot of rings, the tandem that I was connected to
this with (ATT's 081T) dropped me to a recording saying "You're
party is not answering. Please try your call again later. We're sorry
but your call will now be disconnected. 081T" I think its crazy that
the tandem would cut in like that.
800-423-7586 - "United carrier networks and buyers united" -> hang up.
Responds to DTMF. I'm wondering if it might be looking for a PIN of
some sort, because it accepts certain digits but hangs up on others.

Edited by samo, 03 November 2008 - 11:46 PM.


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Posted 06 November 2008 - 07:12 PM

When you call numbers and let the other side hang up with yourself on the line, why do you hear a short snip of a voice for a second before the error message is played?

"If you'd like to make a call, please hang up and try again"


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Posted 07 November 2008 - 01:08 PM

When you call numbers and let the other side hang up with yourself on the line, why do you hear a short snip of a voice for a second before the error message is played?

"If you'd like to make a call, please hang up and try again"


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It's a software bug on some DMS-100 switches. I'm not sure if it affects the DMS-10 as well.

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 02:23 AM

This bug is a noise, or is it an actual person on the line for a sec? It always sounds like someone talking, as if the opened the line up on a speakerphone suddenly and shut it off again. What type of software is used to operate the phone network, like AT&T for example?

1-800-999-9999 runaway hotline

1-800-888-8888 staten corporate & casual

1-800-777-7777 ingles sin barrerias or english without barriers (english learning products for spanish

speakers)

1-800-666-6666 Schandler & associates

1-800-555-5555 "this number will no longer accept collect calls" or something like that

1-800-444-4444 MCI ANAC

1-800-333-3333 similar message as 555-5555

1-800-222-2222 again

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Posted 12 November 2008 - 09:24 PM

800-219-7459 -After a lot of rings, the tandem that I was connected to
this with (ATT's 081T) dropped me to a recording saying "You're
party is not answering. Please try your call again later. We're sorry
but your call will now be disconnected. 081T" I think its crazy that
the tandem would cut in like that.


It's not uncommon for AT&T 4ESS switches to do that, and for DMS-200 switches (or is it DMS-300?) for Sprint. Technically these are "non-completion disconnect" recordings.

Why? They're trying to do two things. One is to get you off of their network (hogging resources), but most importantly to prevent toll fraud. MCI just goes to reorder after two minutes. Other smaller carriers go to reorder as well.

When dialing a call, AT&T doesn't connect forward voice path until the distant end connects (again, preventing toll fraud), while other carriers such as MCI and Sprint don't care and forward voice path still goes through. Granted, there isn't anything really good to play around with anymore (hmmm.. blue boxing anyone?) but it's still there anyhow.

Edit: I tried dialing that number from my landline, it just goes to reorder.

Edited by dmine45, 12 November 2008 - 09:25 PM.





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