unity

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  1. Hello. I have a blog (website) regarding phones in my local area. I was was wondering if anyone else has something similar. I would be very interested to see what other members websites are. If you have a personal phone website or blog, would you please post a link to it in this thread. I am actually quite interested in reading what other osp forum people are doing. Thanks. http://tim.omghax.ca/
  2. Oh? Maybe I'll check it out. I don't have the international long distance plan I used to anymore, though. Still, I'll check it out. So what is the *point* of the 203 exchange? Is 203 area specific or is it everywhere in the us?
  3. Whoever designed this firefox extension needs a punch in the face. Up next: Iphone apps.
  4. Is your power of terrible quality? I mean, is your power really flaky, on and off and cuts out a lot? Your power might not be consistant enough for your computer to be happy. What are the specs on the circuit connected to your machine. it sounds very unlikely that this is a "hacker" doing this. More likely it is a simpler explanation. Like either you aren't telling the complete truth, or you don't understand what you are seeing. Check your power condition. Also check your power supply condition.
  5. First you need to get a big peice of paper. Then you should lay the hacker down on it. Get a writing utensil and follow the outline of the hacker on the paper. Try not to move the hacker while you are tracing. When you have gone all the way around the perimeter, get the hacker to stand up. You should have the outline left behind on the paper. You have now traced a hacker.
  6. Andrew my main man! Good to hear from you again! TP, what state are you in again?
  7. Money plays you are like 6 sexonds from getting banned. I don't feel too bad posting useless crap in a useless thread! die!
  8. what the heck? people are still interested in becoming "phone phreaks?" amazing! fraud on the telephone system! that's leet. if you care, reply here about the status of your search, please. i'm interested to talk to you, if youre interested.
  9. You'll be pretty lucky if you can find an international conference that's still being used. I mean by phone phreaks. Learn to read arabic and search for conferences there. If you already can read and speak arabic you might be able to find someone phone phreaks on a conference. But yeah. not likely. If you're just down for listening in on some kind of business conference, well, if that's your thing then you might be able to find some somewhere. But not phone phreaks. Don't even bother looking unless you're super lucky or already have hook ups. Phone phreaks internationall are dying out hardcore. But maybe try Australia. They seem to have a somewhat big PP community. But they generally don't like non-australians on their conference calls. Found that out from being booted from many, haha. Anyways if anyone does find a rad international conf that's populated by rad (or even semi-rad) phone phreaks, PM me, I'd be down.
  10. Hi there. I set a winRAR archive with a password and then promptly forgot the password. Does anyone know a good tool for brute-forcing the password?
  11. if you can whistle. some of us have no skills in that department.
  12. It doesn't take a lot of electronics parts to convert a square wave to a sine wave. a couple of low pass filters. i dunno if the waveform would be close enough for the trunk equipment to respond though.
  13. Has anyone found a number that, when called, will connect you to whatever number you are calling from? For example, you are using a phone on an office PBX. You pick up a phone, dial 9, and place a call to this number. You are then connected to the number you are calling from, ie, the office's main number. This obviously wouldn't work on your own phone if POTS. If you have call waiting though, calling yourself will give you a call waiting tone...see where I'm going with this? I used to have a number like this, but it has recently gone away. Anyone else have one? Toll-free, please, if possible.
  14. I'll try to update this as I find more. Default Trunk Access Codes Aadhunik Legend 71, 72 Altigen Altiserv 8X (IP trunk access number + location code) Comdial Impression 81, 82, or 83 Electa Elite IPK II 704 + trunk group number or #9 + trunk number Fujitsu FlexSet-IP #121, #125 ? LGE GDK-162/100/FPII,LDK-24/100 8+XX or 88+XX LGE GDK-20W 8+X or 88+X LGE LDK-300/300E 8+XX or 88+XXX HCX5000i 8 Hybrex 87 Meridian 1 8 Merlin Magic 801-880 Mitel SX-50 8 or XX NEC NEAX 9*1*1*9*4 NEC XN120 805XX TeleVoip Stick *9 Vertical ? Telivantage 88X Vodavi Starplus 2448 81-87 XEN IPK II 0 (?) Axxess system: 92001-92208 for lines 001-208, 92000 for "8" for an Outside Line Call. Hybrex systems: 87 Panasonic systems: 81-88. ESI Phone systems: 9, 8, or 71–76 Many NEC's use "804 + Line Group (1-9 , 01-99, 001-128)" An alternate way to dial "9". Trunk access codes (aka Line Group Selection) are used as an alternative to ARS (Automatic Route Selection, ie dialing 9 for an outside line). A lot of PBX's are set up so the administrator defines his or her own TAC's. So these aren't 100%. Sometime of these codes (like the Comdial Impression) refer to the default on a certain type of phone, rather than the default on a pbx type. edit: updated Jan 7
  15. for your extension just match .2920. 2920! that'll return everything containing 2920 and 2920 itself for matching in the caller id num you could do match 2920 occuring anywhere with: exten => s,1,GotoIf(${REGEX("(2920)" ${CALLERIDNUM})}?2:3) exten => s,2,NoOp(do something) should work. checks ${calleridnum} for the pattern "2920", and jumps to extension 2, otherwise jumps to extension 3. i dunno if this gives you an idea of what you might need to do. try being more specific with the problem. you haven't explained your situation very well.
  16. Edit the post?
  17. No, sorry. No point!
  18. Was it this one? http://www.oldskoolphreak.com/tfiles/phreak/vmb.txt ? 'Cuz I didn't see any trunk/line access codes in there.
  19. Well, I don't know what the difference between "fake" ring and "real" ring is anymore. Either way, though. I have noticed what you're talking about. One ring volume while it's finding the phone, another ring when the phone itself picks up. It's good, I can always tell that way if their phone is actually able to be reached or not. So none of that "my phone was off" crap. Or the "I never got your call, the network must have dropped it." yeah right.
  20. im sure somebody has thought of it before...
  21. That is very cool. I'm definately going to use what you wrote here to do some exploration in my area.
  22. Hi there. Does anyone have a number for a Meridian Mail system that uses a coded outdial? Im looking for one that has a code that hasn't been broken, specifically.
  23. So do you have to deposit 35 additional cents into the payphone? Or does it just play the "you can connect this call for a 35 cent charge" recording, then put you right through?
  24. Yeah, no idea, really. Never experienced anything other than regular ringing