codar

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whilst hand scan i came across a carrier(modem).

i used hyperterminal to identify this carrier and when i dailed in and the modem identified itself as U.S ARMY STRICOM. now i have to deal with the temptation of probing it and then leaving it or actually hacking it.

the number was 08008942xx(u didnt think i would give u the full number) :blink:

141 is used to block caller id in the uk

if u reali want this number then u should contact me through my email address

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i don't see the difference between probing it, and hacking it. Unless by hacking you mean being a criminal.

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i don't see the difference between probing it, and hacking it. Unless by hacking you mean being a criminal.

sorry wrong choice of words

forget i sed probing havnt slept that much <_<

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And the dee dee dee award goes Codar for posting, that he may have intention to hack a military modem. The correct post would have been to post the number, and what it is,nothing about intentions of what you plan to do. Sorry for ripping you but this is clearly an allusion to criminal activity that is fairly cut and dry to what you may be advocating.

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Just remember that the backdoor password is "Joshua" and after you connect, do not select the option that says, "Global Thermonuclear War". :-)

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Just remember that the backdoor password is "Joshua" and after you connect, do not select the option that says, "Global Thermonuclear War".  :-)

Yo-that was fuckin funny :lol::lol::lol:

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That's not what he meant by "ripping you". :roll:

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Yeah, and by the way, caller ID blocking doesn't do jack diddly for anybody who wants to know who called them. Especially the government.

They can just go up to the telco and ask for the list of numbers that called theirs. When they find one that's not permitted, they investigate it.

By investigate, I mean:

Tap the line

mark you as a potential terrorist (in this day and age)

put you under surveillance 24/7

then bust you if anything happens.

GOOD JOB!

HACK T3H GIBSON!

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STRICOM: Simulation, Training & Instrumentation Command

Yeah, there are probably LOADS of juicy government secrets on that box.

Don't mess with anything belonging to the feds.

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STRICOM: Simulation, Training & Instrumentation Command

Yeah, there are probably LOADS of juicy government secrets on that box.

Don't mess with anything belonging to the feds.

Yeah, except that the box is in the UK! That's kinda weird.

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STRICOM: Simulation, Training & Instrumentation Command

Yeah, there are probably LOADS of juicy government secrets on that box.

Don't mess with anything belonging to the feds.

Yeah, except that the box is in the UK! That's kinda weird.

well, we do have military bases in foreign countries. it does not seem so odd to me.

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STRICOM: Simulation, Training & Instrumentation Command

Yeah, there are probably LOADS of juicy government secrets on that box.

Don't mess with anything belonging to the feds.

Yeah, except that the box is in the UK! That's kinda weird.

well, we do have military bases in foreign countries. it does not seem so odd to me.

I really doubt you have military bases over here...

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STRICOM: Simulation, Training & Instrumentation Command

Yeah, there are probably LOADS of juicy government secrets on that box.

Don't mess with anything belonging to the feds.

Yeah, except that the box is in the UK! That's kinda weird.

well, we do have military bases in foreign countries. it does not seem so odd to me.

I really doubt you have military bases over here...

the air force has a couple of bases in the uk.

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so whats the low down on what anyone has found out on it? (please dont arrest me or make me "dissapear" for asking)

oh wait shit!!! dont tell me!! dont fuckin tell me!!! (thats right .gov and .mil...i dont know a god damn thing!)

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141 is used to block caller id in the uk

Caller ID isn't really an issue since AMA is used at every stage in the call's journey. I'd imagine it wouldn't be too difficult for the owner of that number to receive the call set-up messages or request call detail at a later stage.

Yeah, except that the box is in the UK! That's kinda weird.

Numbers in the 0500 and 0800 89x xxx and xxxx ranges terminate outside the UK. There are plenty which end up in the US, mainly business related (PBXs, etc.) and a few government lines (e.g. the FBI)

STRICOM: Simulation, Training & Instrumentation Command

Yeah, there are probably LOADS of juicy government secrets on that box.

Don't mess with anything belonging to the feds.

It probably isn't that hot since it's accessible from the PSTN (in a foreign country, no less) Governments generally don't like making their secrets available to foreign nationals :)

On the other hand, take a look at this this

FR

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