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  1. 2 points
    970-350-00xx scan by Mountain Hell, 5/1/2018 A rather boring 5ESS in Greeley, Colorado. CLLI code GRELCOMADS0. 0000: fax 0001: ringout 0002: reorder 0003: ringout 0004: ring to disco/nis 0005: tone 0006: ring to disco/nis 0007: disco/nis 0008: busy 0009: milliwatt 0010: acb 0011: tone 0012: reorder 0013: reorder 0014: disco/nis 0015: ringout 0016: the number 9703500016 has been disconnected. (x2) no further information is avialable about this number. (off-hook tone x2) 0017: the number 9703500017 has been disconnected. (x2) no further information is avialable about this number. (off-hook tone x2) 0018: the number 9703500018 has been disconnected. (x2) no further information is avialable about this number. (off-hook tone x2) 0019: ringout 0020: carrier 0021: ringout 0022: ringout 0023: ring to disco/nis 0024: ring to disco/nis 0025: disco/nis 0026: busy 0027: busy 0028: dialtone 0029: carrier 0030: reorder 0031: the number 9703500031 is in service. please try your call again. (x2) (off-hook tone x2) 0032: ringout 0033: ringout 0034: ringout 0035: you have reached greeley main ds0 970-350. (x2) 0036: (pat fleet) this local call has changed to 10 digits. it is not necessary to dial a 1 when calling this number. please redial using area code 303. (x2) 0037: ring to disco/nis 0038: ring ro disco/nis 0039: disco/nis 0040: (old lady) we're sorry, it is not necessary to dial the digits 950 before dialing your carrier access code. please hang up and try your call again. (x2) 0041: (old lady) we're sorry, it is not necessary to dial a carrier access code for the number you have dialed. please hang up and try your call aga-- (x2) 0042: (m) we're sorry, the number you dialed cannot be reached with the access code you dialed. please check the code and try again or call your carrier for assistance. (x2) 0043: (pat fleet) we're sorry, due to network difficulties your long distance call cannot be completed at this time. please try your call again later. (x2) 0044: (old lady) we're sorry, due to network difficulties your long distance call cannot be completed at this time. please try your call later. (x2) 0045: (old lady) we're sorry, due to network difficulties your long distance call cannot be completed at this time. please try your call later. (x2) 0046: (old lady) we're sorry, in order to complete this call, you must first dial a 1-0 and the three digit carrier access code. please try your call again or call your long distance carrier for assistance. (x2) 0047: disco/nis 0048: ring to disco/nis 0049: ring to disco/nis 0050: milliwatt (5 sec) 0051: ring to disco/nis 0052: ring to disco/nis 0053: disco/nis 0054: disco/nis 0055: disco/nis 0056: (f) please do not hang up. the voicemail system temporarily needs you to re-enter the number you are calling. please re-enter the number you are calling then press pound. 0057: 105-type test 0058: reorder 0059: disco/nis 0060: disco/nis 0061: disco/nis 0062: disco/nis 0063: ring to acb 0064: acb 0065: disco/nis 0066: (pat fleet) we're sorry, it is not necessary to dial a 1 or 0 when calling this number, will you please hang up and try your call again. (x2) 0067: (old lady) we're sorry, you must first dial a 1 when calling this number, will you please hang up and try your call again. (x2) 0068: disco/nis 0069: the number you are calling was blocked and cannot be called back using your last call return service. (x2) 0070: (deeper pat fleet) your long distance call cannot be completed because your service has been restricted. please contact your centurylink business office. 0071: (deeper pat fleet) the number cannot be reached now. please hang up and try again later. 0072: (pat fleet) we're sorry, you have dialed a number which cannot be reached from your calling area. 0073: disco/nis 0074: (some lady) telephone service has not been installed at this location. please dial 811 when you are ready to establish your home telephone service. a service representative will describe the options available to you and take your order. thank you. 0075: (pat fleet, bad) we're sorry, your call did not go through, will you please try your call again. (x2) 0076: (pat fleet) we're sorry, your call cannot be completed as dialed. please check the number and dial again. remember, colorado now has two area codes. 0077: (old lady) we're sorry, your call cannot be completed as dialed. please check your instruction manual or call repair service for assistaance. (x2) 0078: (pat fleet) the number called is busy. a special ringing will tell you when the line is free. please hang up now. (x2) 0079: (pat fleet) the number called cannot be reached. please hang up now. (x2) 0080: (pat fleet) you have canceled your request. please hang up now. (x2) 0081: (pat fleet) if you'd like to make a call, please hang up and try again. if you need help, hang up and then dial your operator. (x2) 0082: (pat fleet) this call requires a coin deposit. please hang up momentarily then redial your call by first depositing the local rate posted on the instruction card. (x2) 0083: one ring then silence 0084: ringout 0085: (deeper pat fleet) the last call to your telephone cannot be traced and no charge will be added to your bill. please hang up and call the centurylink call identification center at 18005820655 if you need further assistance. once again, that number is 1800582-- (x2) 0086: (pat fleet) the number was free but it has just become busy again. please hang up. you may reactivate if you wish by redialing the original code. (x2) 0087: (pat fleet) your call has been completed however the party you are calling is not receiving calls at this time. (x2) 0088: silent switchman test 0089: rings once then silence 0090: (pat fleet) call trace cannot be activated at this time. please try again in a few minutes if you have not received another call. (x2) 0091: ring to disco/nis 0092: disco/nis 0093: ring to disco/nis 0094: ring to disco/nis 0095: disco/nis 0096: ring to disco/nis 0097: ring to disco/nis 0098: ring to disco/nis 0099: ring to disco/nis
  2. 2 points
    It's basically what C.N.N. tells sheeple a "hacker" is. The average person doesn't know anything about technology, so they look at what Kim Komando (or other "technology experts") write on CNN and USA Today. Total rubbish! I mean, she says, "a hacker broke into Home Depot and stole peoples' credit card numbers. Bad hackers!". So... that's what people think; architects, mail carriers, police officers, and judges. Doesn't matter what they do for a living, if Kim Komando says its true, its gotta be true. However, if someone kept breaking into a bank's vault and stealing money that way.... They'd say, "crap my banks sucks. It needs a new vault and better security. Of course a burglar will sneak in and rob a bank if they leave the doors and vault unlocked or insecure".
  3. 2 points
    http://www.digitalbond.com/blog/2013/10/22/call-yourself-a-hacker-lose-your-4th-amendment-rights/ Apparently saying that you like hacking on things without specifying "things" means you're automatically assumed to be compromising systems and that you're going to destroy evidence so they might as well take all of your equipment preemptively. So I guess hacking together a high water sensor for the basement, since I'm calling it "hacking," means I'll destroy evidence in legal investigations and that I like to break into systems I don't own all the time. Bullshit.
  4. 1 point
    I've been debating on which direction to go with regards to my perimeter firewall on my home network. In talking to systems_glitch in IRC he suggested that I give OpenBSD a go (he probably regrets this as I've been bugging this crap out of him about it). I was a little gun shy about it at first since it would be my first experience with pf, and even OpenBSD itself, but the *NIX nerd in me decided to dive in head first. Although it's only been a couple of days, I am very happy with the setup! I used an old Dell OptiPlex 755 inherited from the ewaste pile at $dayjob. It's got an Intel Core2 Duo E650 2.33 GHz CPU, 8 GB RAM, a 128 GB SSD, gigabit NIC onboard. I happened to have an Intel PRO/1000 quad PCIe NIC in my stash which other than needing a half-height bracket (ordered and en-route from good ol' China) works beautifully. Until the bracket arrives I'll just run it with the cover off. The machine could use a nice does of compressed air, too. Performance wise I am very impressed. I was leary of a box like this being able to handle gigabit throughput between firewall zones, but this box handles it like a champ. CPU usage when doing scp between two hosts on separate zones is maybe 30% peak. I have enabled some additional logging since this testing so I suspect CPU usage will be higher...I plan to test this soon. Right now I'm using the onboard NIC as the "WAN" interface and a single interface on the PRO/1000 card for an inside zone. Eventually I'm going to put all 4 of the PRO/1000 interfaces in a LACP bond and set up multiple zones using VLANs, but that is dependent on another network project of mine that is still in progress. Before this I was using a Ubiquiti EdgeRouter PoE. I can tell you hands down I prefer pf & OpenBSD wayyyy more over EdgeOS/VyOS. If anyone has any tips/tricks on configuring pf security/performance wise, I am all eyes. My config for reference (it's fairly basic right now): https://ghostbin.com/paste/sjfav And, the obligatory pics!
  5. 1 point
    For my inaugural post, here's the (semi) interesting results from a low range scan of a 5ESS, minus the unimportant numbers 814-696 ----00XX---- 0008: Fax 0022: Line in CO (Joe apparently) 0023: Ringout 0024: Ringout 0025: like 22 0026: like 22 0037: Some sort of high tone (around 2200 Hz), then reorder if you stay on 0051: 440 Hz tone, sit on line and get reorder. Doesn't seem to react to DP or DTMF, need to try MFs 0074: SIT CBCAD 0075: SIT Call did not go through 0077: Ringout 0080: Reorder 0081: Ringout 0082: Busy 0086: SIT We're sorry, you must first dial a 1 when calling this number. Will you please hang up and try your call again 0087: The call you have made requires a coin deposit. Please hang up, check the instructions on the payphone for the appropriate rate, and dial your call again 0088: Ringout 0089: CBCAD from phone you are using, please read the instruction card and dial again 0090: Reorder 0091: SIT CBCAD 0092: Ringout 0095: SIT We're sorry, your call can not be completed as dialed. Please check the number and try again or call your attendant to help you. Thank you. 0096: SIT We're sorry, due to telephone company facility troubles, your call can not be completed at this time. Will you try your call again later, thank you 0097: SIT We're sorry, all circuits are busy now, will you please try your call again later thank you 0098: We're sorry a CAC is required for the number you have dialed, please dial your call using an access code 0099: Ringout If anyone has any insight into what 0037 or 0051 are, I would certainly enjoy knowing
  6. 1 point
    :I thought it'd be a good idea to keep a thread open for small, marginally interesting tricks that can be applied in the network. Especially since they can sometimes turn into larger things when they're explored. So, well, I'll start: In lots of ex-SBC areas, you can dial your home NPA + 700-4141 and get a recording from one of the local tandems (as in, a non-toll switch that handles calls between you and an exchange down the road or to a toll carrier) thanking you for choosing SBC as your intra-LATA toll carrier. Sometimes the switch blocks it or redirects it to your toll carrier, so you might have to use 101-0110 or 101-9017 to circumvent this. Also, HPNA-958/959-xxxx will try to complete from the operator IVR on these same switches, but seems to get a cause code or something back quite quickly. I dunno what this is supposed to reach or if some areas treat it differently than others, but usually you get a recording from the TOPS tandem when you hit something invalid.
  7. 1 point
    Sure enough, 101-9017-1-405-959-0000 from a switch in Oklahoma City gets you some sort of weird test number from the tandem switch. Other stuff probably isn't far behind.
  8. 1 point
    File Name: Binary Revolution Radio - 015 - Deadly Halon! File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 15 Jan 2010 File Category: Binary Revolution Radio Original Release Date: 2003-10-14 Hosts: StankDawg & vooduhal The age old question: college or certification?, <a href="http://www.duke.edu/">some colleges suck</a>, but go to college, mut3 goin' to college, Stank's been around the block..., <a href="http://forums.binrev.com/">forums move</a>, <a href="http://gallery.binrev.com/">gallery up</a>, Stank gets "A" on cyberlaw test, kiosk(w00t) -> loophole allows free access, no weightlifters(OMFG!!!), no luxury of dropping, go to <a href="http://www.hope.net/">HOPE conference</a>, DEADLY HALON story?...no, how about voodu's deadly "running into the door" story, <a href="http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/archive/18/2003/07/4/56763">agpgart</a> sux0red so voodu blew his vidcard, EULAs are teh sux0r (plus nobody reads em), benchmarking illegal thanks to EULA?, you DO NOT own your software, you cannot reverse engineer your software but you can open your car can't you?!, copyrighting databases, public information = not copyrightable (<a href="http://www.arl.org/info/frn/copy/databasebill1003.pdf">yet!</a>), <a href="http://www.verisign.com/">Verisign</a> personal info database, <a href="http://www.amazon.com/">Amazon</a> knows what you did last summer and knows where your neighbor lives, <a href="http://www.spectorsoft.com/products/eBlaster_Windows/entry.asp?affil=1200">eblaster</a> from <a href="http://www.spectorsoft.com/">spectorsoft</a> records ANYTHING, companies WILL monitor you, use encryption!!, shouts to the Cubs (AGAIN!!!). note from StankDawg: Despite my shoutz to the Cubs in this episode, they went on to lose in game 7 of the 2003 NLCS to the Florida Marlins after a great series of baseball. The annual chant of cubs fans begins again: "Just wait 'til next year!" Click here to download this file