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  1. 2 points
    Red Boxes only worked if you could connect to ACTS on either OSPS (5ESS) or TOPS (DMS-200). ACTS on AT&T's OSPS died about 2004 timeframe, maybe even a couple of years earlier. TOPS on DMS-200 may still be around for Intra-LATA calls. But that's really rare now. Frontier was the last company I found that had that, but that was about 2-3 years ago. I tried back in 2015 and was unable to dial a long distance call to TOPS. It may be gone by now. Bottom line - Red Boxing is pretty much D-E-A-D.
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    I completed the build of the Demon Dialer, packaging it up in a case with built-in telephone earpiece "speaker", volume control, and jack for an external earpiece/speaker or line interface. Don
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    DAC/ filter/amplifier prototype.
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    I uploaded a short video of the Demon Dialer prototype breadboard, FYI: Don
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    Here are a few shots of the original Demon Dialer board and manual, as sold by Hack-Tic back around 1991. Don
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    I built up the Demon Dialer prototype this afternoon. I'm pleased to say, it works perfectly with the newly-programmed chips: I've been waiting to reconstruct one of these babies for decades! Great fun. I thought I would just post the source code, cross-assembler output listing and Motorola S-Record (S19) programming file here. Also posting a manual and schematic, If assembled as-is the "secret" embedded password is "1234". demon131.src demon131.lst DEMON131.S19 demon_dialer.pdf I have resources for the cross-assembler and programmer software, if anyone is interested. Regards, Don
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    Hey everybody! I've being thinking of getting involved with the ham radio for quite a while now and I'm hoping to get a license soon. I've been thinking about getting a Baofeng BF-F8HP . Looking for one around 20 - 70 bucks for use in fairly rural places. Thanks in advance!
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    Hello! As an aside, my grandparents lived just outside Oneonta, NY before they passed away. Here's the link to the local ham club: https://www.qsl.net/nc2c/, don't know how active they are, if any, but it's worth a shot. Ostego County also seems to have an active RACES organization (https://www.otsegocounty.com/departments/volunteer_opportunities/otsego_county_radio_amateur_civil_emergency_service_(races).php), and it would be in your best interest to get to know those folks and at least be neighborly. Now if you get a 2m/70cm HT you'll be able to hit a few repeaters in the Central Leatherstocking region, and that's about it. If you can afford $70 you should be able to find a used 2 Meter base station that'll give you an extra 10dB of power output which with an antenna you can build yourself will let you talk with the locals out to about 20 miles or so depending on the terrain, maybe a little further up and down the Susquehanna River valley and into the Catskills. If you want to talk further without assistance from repeaters you'll need to get down into the HF bands. - Ticom (Tom) Editor, Cyber-Tek Zine (est.1990) https://www.cybertekzine.com/
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    [video=dailymotion]https://youtu.be/wJU7UHSSHLchttp://[/video] Virustotal: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/db81779218ac7d640bc1d6963eeee5e2eef3b0fe89329d12cb1c7b2b76fbccee/detection Download: http://www.mediafire.com/folder/39wivxa3oohkm/SQLiDumper Password RAR: 1 http://blackhat.forumotion.asia https://blackhat8.blogspot.com
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    We're working on getting a new BinRev IRC server up, to cut over from the current server hosted by SoldierX. The new server is currently in testing, you can connect, register your nick, and join at: binrevirc.com There's no hostname/IP cloak, so if you want that you need to set up a vhost with HostServ. We're running on IPv4 and IPv6, allowing both cleartext and TLS encrypted connections. LetsEncrypt cert, no self-signed nonsense. We are currently allowing tor on the main IPs, that will likely change in the future.
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    Hey everybody, Im kinda new to all this and I have a question about a website Ive been looking at lately. I know this website is very insecure and vunerable to SQL injection. I can access any of the user accounts on the site but I cant seem to find Admin. I think the Admin login must be seperate to the main site because I know the Admin address and when I used it together with SQL injection at the login page it didnt work. This is strange because when I do this with any user account it works. Also I have looked through the /images directory of the site and seen the "admin_images". These all look different to the login the main site. If anyone has any ideas Im open to suggestion. Thanks in advance.
  12. 1 point
    Um... not to crap all over your enthusiasm or anything, but this worm even has Ph.D.s stumped: http://mtc.sri.com/Conficker/ Top security researchers from around the world are spending every waking moment analyzing this thing in honeynets, and they have only scratched the surface as far as what it *does*, let alone who is behind it. But hey... go for it if you're motivated. (Also, I severely doubt it is 14 year-olds. This has the smell of organization all over it.)
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    I'm a total newbie. I tried learning basic C programming from White-Scorpion. It helped a little. Where to I find and set the bytes for the logs. I defined the gateway as #define cmailserver "gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com" Is this the gateway? I was able to telnet to it and connected successfully. Thanks for your quick response.
  14. 1 point
    maybe instead of taking down their sites, you should just shower them with garbage information. Make a generator, that makes plausible sounding loginnames and passwords.
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    I have no luck. This software supports only mono files with sample rate 11025, 22050, 44100. I'm not going to convert every single file to comply with this software.
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    i can do the pager thing with my cell phone- u call it up, press 5 (depending on service, i have att wireless), and play the tones (if you dont do any, it will just send your cpn) pretty cool.. is that what yall are talking about?
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    Confidence: Y0ungBra1n, I think you've pretty much nailed it there. edit: had to put that damn zero in your handle.
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    Ive noticed this on a few web pages and wondered what it meant, when you go to the home page or login page you can type any directory name into the URL bar and it will always show the same page. Example: http://www.example.com/ http://www.example.com/example/ http://www.example.com/example/example 2 All of the above URLs would show the same page as the 1st example. (These are not meant too be actual links, just the general idea) If anyone has any advices as to what this means please reply
  20. -1 points
    Lately there had been an increase of people, particularly new users, using their account profiles to Spam for companies providing commercial products and services for sale. THIS BEHAVIOR IS UNACCEPTABLE AND WILL NEVER BE TOLERATED. The profile is SOLELY to be used for personal noncommercial uses in accordance with the terms of service, never for advertising. If I or any of the other administrators find you have been misusing your profile in this manner your account will be immediately terminated without discussion and don't think it won't. Got it?
  21. -1 points
    New IRC server is officially in place, we changed the CNAME on irc.binrev.net to point to the new server at binrevirc.com Thanks to everyone that helped get this done in a quick and timely fashion!