Rpm

number i found scanning

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i posted one of these numbers in [/I]2600[I] a couple of quarters ago. i seemed to have reopened a can of worms. i still have no clue what they are. i'll continue to investigate.

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I've come accross yet another ominous "7-11" number.

1-800-258-9900
Reads: 200447113251187

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Interesting. Reminds me a bit of those "numbers stations" you might come across on shortwave radio.

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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 Edited by Jberryman

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[quote name='Yauch' date='May 21 2005, 01:15 PM']What happens when you backspoof the numbers?
[right][snapback]114998[/snapback][/right]
[/quote]

anyone give it a shot? i'm very interested in the results. though it probably is not going to yield any information.

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You can't backspoof toll free numbers. Did you mean the POTS numbers greyarea obtained?

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[quote name='vox' date='Aug 16 2005, 08:53 PM']You can't backspoof toll free numbers. Did you mean the POTS numbers greyarea obtained?
[right][snapback]134312[/snapback][/right]
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yes. sorry that i was not more specific.

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[quote name='greyarea' date='Mar 30 2005, 03:40 PM']OK this is what I could SE lastnight about the mystery number

800-513-;;;; <- masked

Seviced by AT&T
Company purchasing Service =
West Interactive

9910 Maple St    402-571-4579
Omaha,NE 68124

11650 Miracle Hills Dr  402-963-1200
Omaha,NE 68154

The RRN# M016623441853
THe DNIS being Pulsed over by AT&T = 1853

West Interactive is a Telemarketing Company.
They do have a "NOC" if you call one of the above contact numbers and ask for the Helpdesk.However they don't have any idea what the Number is and refered to the Telecom Group.I'm geussing  in the 402-963-1xxx range will be intresting numbers such as the NOC and whatever else.

But other than that I'm done,I have alot of other stuff I have to do so I'm geussing its just an VRU of some sort.Don't know what it does.If anyone else finds out more with the info I provided then let me know.I will be consulting with someone else to see what they think as well.Peace
;This has been a T0l0wn3d Production
;heh


Ok I think I got something to make since of this now.

This company does alot of work for AT&T on different IVR shit.Even though AT&T has the Anoucement Group.What I think this is,is a transfer-connect number.Like Example when you cal a IVR and it says Press 1 for this and 2 for that well AT&T brings them on that platform but will transfer to another carrier(eg:MCI)So if you come in the correct trunk group (such as the IVR its for) and choose that option it will transfer-connect the number to its destination.I know its kinda confusing but Ill try to get a better way to explain it.PEace.
[right][snapback]105426[/snapback][/right]
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Ok, greyarea, I tried to PM you about this but it looks like your inbox is full.
I know a programmer who works for West Interactive. Next time I see her I might be able to tactfully ask her what this number is, but she'll probably want to know what makes me think it has anything to do with her company. So, if you feel like you can say so, where did you get this information? How do you know this number is owned by West Interactive?

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found a couple of these while scanning

18008951507 always ends with 711 403 1417 'erm looks like someone posted this one!
18008951671 always ends with 711 403 1418

I found another one, but it has since changed to an AT&T Easy reach 800 Edited by abcbooze

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I think this might have something to do with a long distance carrier. 800-513-0018 gave me 711-306-1853 when I called it from two different landlines with Sprint long distance service. Back when AT&T was still nice enough to let us op divert through their carrier access code, one of these numbers gave me something different. Strangely enough, originating the call through both a DMS-200 in Florence, South Carolina and another DMS-200 in Montgomery, Alabama give me the same thing as mentioned above. The operators seem to get a kick out of it, though.

EDIT: The digits that are read off before '711' are usually random. They can be either two digits, or 900 plus two digits. Edited by ThoughtPhreaker

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I'm not sure what the number is intended for but I was able to decode the DTMF this morning for 800 513 0018. The nubers being read off are in the DTMF. There are a few extra numbers in between the #'s and after at the end that are not read off. I've included the audio recording I made and what I got out of the DTMF.

923#33#7113061853#1000
[url="http://www.box.net/shared/ln5hx1ou3z"]http://www.box.net/shared/ln5hx1ou3z[/url]

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[quote name='Rpm' post='104854' date='Mar 28 2005, 08:32 AM']ok-i i'm very curious about this because i've never come across anything like this.
first you hear some numbers(i think they change every day or two)then you hear
some tones-dtmf,then it gives a busy signal. so i recorded the tones and try
sending them as a numeric page to a friends cell phone but as soon as i do it ,it
says thank you yer page has been sent and not one number shows up. maybe #
is the first dtmf sent... i dunno. the number is: 800-513-0018. anyone know
what this is?[/quote]

DTMF reads: 99557#23#7111306611853#11000

[edit]

Ran it again and got:
223#38#711113006188553#1000
(I think I cut off the first two digits as I called with my cellphone and held it up to my recorder) :P Edited by Canti

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[quote name='pilcheck' post='104956' date='Mar 28 2005, 05:15 PM']I found a similar numbe a while ago also:
[url="http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=11131"]http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=11131[/url][/quote]
it could be a T! besides data t1"s are also set up fro company PBX's an other phone systems fax lines ect

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