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About Jberryman

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  1. Well can you give me an example of a whois query that can give me what I want? If so then yes. I've been searching and reading and everything related to DNS and querying is all just an undocumented spam-filled mess. Blech! I've never had this much trouble researching something so simple.
  2. As watchout tersely pointed out, linux is family of operating systems not a programming language (which I think you know). Unlike windows, linux has a vast array of programs and tools that can be run from the command line, and even most applications with a GUI will have a command line backend (this is a great idea for many reasons). Back in the days before X (the name of the linux windowing system) there was no GUI and you would log on and interact with the machine using only the command line, but these days everyone uses a GUI interface and a terminal program to interact with the shell. Using a text-based interface is really not anything complicated or hard once you get familiar with it, and it offers a lot of flexibility and power (for example, you can pipe the output of one command into another, and easily automate complicated tasks with a script). But I see after rereading your post, you probably know all this... In any case I would highly recommend trying linux. Many modern distributions don't even require that you ever touch the command line (but you should). I run Debian, but most people reommend Ubuntu (which is debian-based) as the most mature/easy desktop distro. Once you start using it you will discover the joys of Free Software: for example, you want to install the nessus security scanner to easily scan your company's IP range for security problems. Simply run > apt-get install nessus and boom your computer downloads that package and any others that it requires from the debian repositories, installs it and it's ready to use. Would add more to address your post but gtg.
  3. Hi all. It's been a while. As you can gather from the title, I would like to be able to search DNS records in a flexible way, for keywords. Specifically I want to be able to find all the domain records whose Registrant field matches a keyword. I swear to god I was able to do this somewhere on the ARIN site, but I can't for the life of me find how. I'm seriously stumped.
  4. If we're sticking with this exchange, than I will take: Block 05, 1501 - 1750
  5. 800-895-1507 - "100 65 7 1 1 4 0 3 1 4 1 7" 800-895-9731 - "200 70 7 1 1 4 0 3 1 4 5 6" the first two numbers change every call
  6. I am interested in Natas' exchange. I think if Natas thinks it would make for a good scan, then we should finish up any scans that are near completion in the 895, then work on Natas' exchange, putting the 895 on the back-burner. Then when that is done we could come back to the 895.
  7. Quick question: should I bother to write down every voicemail prompt and message that I come across, or should I just write [VM] or something and reserve the descriptions for things that look interesting?
  8. I'd like to get in on this. Is there some standard format that you'd like people to follow? I seem to remember something about that. Sorry if I missed this on the project page. Edit: I'll do: Block 42, 9701 - 9800
  9. This is really interesting: I have good reason to believe that the above number is being used for some kind of half-duplex cellphone transmissions like the "walkie-talkie" feature provided by Nextel (I believe?) and I guess some other carriers now. It is either assigned for exclusive use by the local Gas and Electric, or else they happen to be the only ones who use this service in this area. I believe the tones that you hear when you call are being produced either at the wire-line CO or at the cell provider's switching office. I'm still very shaky on how cell-sites interface with the PSTN so this could be wrong. I am going to keep reading and try to figure this out, but if anyone has any ideas please pipe in.
  10. Obviously these aren't incredibly skilled hackers, just kids with some computer knowledge and the ability to google. But in their situation I would have done the same thing and hacked the shit out of those boxes and the school or as far as the administrators' ineptitude took me... but I wouldn't have gotten caught. Anyone who allows his own individual will to be subservient to a mere human system, whether it be called the "law", public opinion, or a computer, is a slave. The system has no rights.
  11. As in the SoCal "vista"?
  12. If anyone gets nosey he can just say he is an asterisk developer and working on some code for doing blah, blah, blah
  13. I just built one of these babies per the instructions posted. It works pretty nicely; audio is very clear although there is a bit of noise which could be from my lousy connections or any number of things. You could decode DTMF from this no problem. Just for the record: I used 30 gauge wire because the radioshack part that was cited is actually a threepack of wire, none of which are 28 guage as I found out when I got the package. Also the ferrite core that he uses no longer exists with radioshack, so I bought a core from mouser electronics: part no. 623-0443800506 (it may just be 0443800506). A note about that core: before you snap it together, snip off some of the lip on the two latches that hold it closed. I closed it and couldn't for the life of my get it apart. had to cut the hinges.
  14. Dude, she has a thorough understanding of the Universe. that is leeeeeet!!
  15. (Sorry to post again, but I was going to edit my post until I saw what Natas wrote) I was also thinking that this should be kept a little "under the radar" so to speak. I just can't help thnking that this is something that scammers or spammers or some other low-lifers are going to discover and abuse, then the telcos will be like :nono: Ok, I'll shut up now