d3crypt

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  1. Nice! If you want to test it, 800-877-0282 is some kind of railroad system. Nothing that can be changed around, but lots of random train info, and stuff from weather stations. One last thing - if you see it leave random characters on your screen, that's not a problem with your modem; the thing on the distant end doesn't clear the borders it draws.

    Sometimes i connect and it just says Connect 115200. What does that mean? My baud rate?

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  2. wvdial is for dial-up internet; it won't let you interact with anything. It's designed to push bits into a PPP daemon. If you want to play with a modem, you just need something that emulates a serial terminal; that's what Minicom does. If you happen to have anything else in your house that connects to your computer's serial port, like a Cisco router or a 5ESS, you'll probably notice that you can use the exact same software to interact with it.

     

    With the exception of softmodems, a modem is a completely self-contained device. The terminal emulator is just responsible for send/receive bits from it. So you'll need to know a little bit about the Hayes command set to interact with it, what serial port (or virtual serial port if it's USB. Though beware that most USB modems are soft or host controlled modems. It's not a big deal, but they can be a pain to get running under Linux) it's assigned to, and you're basically set.

     

    If you're still shopping around, you might want to consider getting a US Robotics Courier. They're pretty cheap on eBay, and among the best modems out there.

    I have a Trendnet TFM-561U usb modem. It works perfectly on windows, but i can't get it working easy on linux. However it is supposedly compatible. So maybe i will get this working.

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    At least I think that's what it's about.

     

    Sounds right to me. You'll see newish telecom stuff that uses 7/E/1 pretty frequently, though. And security by obscurity. It's nice (and rare) when you can just hit enter and something tells you what it is. Even if they are a pain in the ass sometimes, it's a good idea to have a modem, especially for CLEC exchanges built in the nineties. Occasionally, you'll find some really nice things lying around on a modem. And unlike every internet facing server ever, it won't be mobbed by bots.

     

     

     

    Also what modem program do you recommend  for linux for dialing into systems?

     

    Minicom is a good choice. You'll run into some trouble if you find something that wants some unusual kind of terminal emulation, but for 99% of what's out there, it'll work just fine.

     

    I found that and another one called wvdial. How does wvdial work? I am gonna test it out soon, since i am gonna buy a modem today.

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    from 440-309-4, TWC subscriber line

     

    Ahh, okay. I thought you had a Windstream line in that prefix. If it's TWC, you're probably going to a switch that's nowhere near here.

     

    If anyone is interested in those modems, 9863, 9868, and 9869 use 7/O/1 and answer with "PASSWORD ?". 9865 is 7/E/1 and answers with "RMAC-ENTER PASSWORD :".

     

    As in the the username is "7/0/1" and the password is "PASSWORD" ?

    Also what modem program do you recommend  for linux for dialing into systems?

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  5. Hacking isn't about stealing acounts and breaking into stuff illegally. We are not going to help you on this. If you want to discuss the security of emails and facebook, that is totally cool, as long as you don't plan on being an asshole and stealing acounts.

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    +1 360 696 9914 (5E) - rings once then goes to ~1255 Hz tone

     

    So I found one of those calling a post office in rural Arizona of all things! 520-387-6602. Quite a surprise when you're just looking for a ringing number. I'm thinking this might be a 300 baud modem in some kind of reverse answer mode. If you've ever listened to the handshake for one, one end of the carrier is 2200 hz, and the other is the ~1255 hz tone these answer with.

     

    I called there and got a post office. Dafuk...

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  7. Wow, it had that much of an impact? Awesome! smile.gif

    There's also another bug on the DMS-100, but if I understand correctly, it only works on ones that have old software/that were configured by doug. It's not fraudulent, but because it's way too leet to be posted out in an open forum, I'll just say that you might've tried it if you dial with CACs a lot.

    Also, I really need to update that article sometime :/ .

    Could you tell me what carrier access codes do exactly? I get that they change you a different long distance carrier for the duration of the call, but how exactly does it work. I would try it but I'm worried about getting billed a lot, since the landlines at my house are my parents's.

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  8. I have a phone line over cable, but I have a pots line left in the back of my house. Sometimes I use the pots line (not paid for hehe. Guess they don't deactivate them on my switch.). My local switch is a DMS-100. Does anyone know any cool stuff you can do with a DMS-100?

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  9. do you know what the password and mailbox id's are for red robin? :P

    Also what does the GTE conf bridge do exactly?

    The GTE conf bridge in Terre Haute, IN that Thoughtphreaker mentioned (EAX): +1 812 462 9297
    KVUO ASOS (5E): +1 360 696 1280 (if you hang up then call back immediately, you get a carrier tone)
    VANCWA01DS0 miliwatt (5E): +1 360 696 1000
    Red Robin corporate PBX/employee VMB (5E): +1 303 846 6000 (0, then *)

     

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  10. So i saw the some numbers post has losts of old non-working numbers. Lets start a new one.

     

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    1 (630) 485-2995   -This is Project MF, a simulation of sf/mf signalling with cool extensions to call.

    1 (206) 203-6610   - Cnet Phone network inbound portal. Has cool switches to call on it, plus an ACTS test

    1 (818) 506-9335   - A payphone at a gas station.

     

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