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  1. I recall reading in some old text files, manuals, etc. that DTMF-C is often used as the activation tone for eavesdropping devices.
  2. I've tested web applications where account verification or event notification is performed with an outgoing SMS or voice call..Sometimes the front-end designers will implement the proper HTML5 regular expression pattern attribute in the input tag (i.e. http://html5pattern.com/Phones). On the other hand, the server-side developers who are coding the components to send the actual DTMF (using the Java Telephony API, for example) rarely perform much validation--if any at all. Even if they verify that it's a ten digit numeric value, the lack of checking for NANPA format allows entry of star codes using the rotary "11" sequence as a substitute for the asterisk, as some apps compare enough bytes to know an exception needs to be thrown when an actual asterisk is encountered...
  3. Greetings All, It's been a while since I've posted here.. I'm looking for a calling card with a low payphone fee. Yes, I know you can op redirect w/ CAC's to bypass the fee. However, 10-10-288-0# doesn't work on all the ghetto COCOT's in the world. I just moved to the San Francisco Bay Area after living on East Coast my entire life, so I'm just now starting to get used to the PTS (Pacific Telecommunications Services) payphones posted all around the BART system. Occasionally, I'll see units maintained by another company--like in Lucky's (grocery store) parking lot. Any recommendations for card brands that have payphone fees that are lower than average would be appreciated; of course I'm also interested in other op redirect techniques that might work in SBC and/or Pac-Bell territory if anyone is willing to explain.. Also, feel free to inbox me if you're in the Oakland area! Thanks in advance, duper
  4. Doesn't Google itself do this already? I was reading the support pages on google.com and they said that you can request to have a page removed from their index if it lists credit card and/or social security numbers. I wouldn't be surprised if they had some kind of semi-automated system for this, too.
  5. /var/sadm/install/contents may help if you decide to write a local script for this purpose.
  6. Making requests to internal IP addresses iz purty fuqn pheerless.
  7. Judging by the distinct lack of NSAT&T Radio last year, I don't think we'll be hearing anything. Man, we really need to do a radio show of our own, or produce some kind of content. You know the old adage: if you want something done right, do it yourself..
  8. IIRC, you can use nested subqueries in newer versions of MySQL which are semantically equivalent to UNION's.
  9. Although it's a slightly more involved exploitation technique, you can rule out any JavaScript idiosyncrasies by using an active proxy to rewrite the input tag's type field value from password to text.
  10. Putting something in a EULA doesn't make it the law.. also I was under the impression that the DMCA was used for copy-protection..
  11. Uhh.. duh.. Obviously! If you're yet another over-zealous Linsux fanb0y, you're going to be typing aliases at the console's shell prompt, so what would you need shortcuts for? :pengydie: The only keyboard shortcut I usually use on Linux is the Left ALT+FN for switching between virtual terminals. IIRC, the Linsux I/O subsystem has a special binding (something like CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+SysRq) that dumps a kmem image to fs core. I'm sure there are some other interesting global key combos for Lin that I'm not aware of. Comparatively, there are tonsof shortcuts you can use at a Lin/BSD/Nix command-line (i.e. CTRL+[:alnum:]?) but those are usually inherited from a shared library like GNU readline, as opposed to being window manager and/or operating system native. You can also stop a scrolling terminal with the Pause key (imagine that) but I'm not sure if that's Linux or a BIOS function. EDIT: forgot about readline
  12. What URL did you get that list from? :whatsup: A neatly formatted printable copy would be nice to hang on my wall.. Some of those shortcuts work in Visual Studio too but here's a printable PDF list of shortcuts that are VS specific :voteyes: http://msmvps.com/blogs/shahed/archive/200...t-settings.aspx That's one thing I like about Windows.. With X11 the shortcuts can vary widely between window managers so it's hard to memorize useful keystroke combinations that will work consistently.. On windows, I'm the shortcut king. I once had a college professor get frustrated with me because of this. I'd be sitting next to him and he'd tell me what he was trying to do.. Instead of watching him hopelessly click through the wrong menus.. I would use CTRL+ESC, the Down Arrow, and Enter to run a program from the Start Menu. After I did that a couple times he threw his cordless mouse at me and said "Just use the mouse god damnit!"
  13. Which SoftPedia article are you talking about? Can you provide a link? I know a lot of Microsoft software sends user-experience reports it in the background to gather information on bugs and improve their software development life cycle, but that's a feature that you can simply opt out of as far as I know. Is that what you're talking about or is this another thread about that NSA crypto kernel symbol?
  14. ManyCam is alright I guess..