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C-64: Crashing Commodore BBSes ][





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		      ! !How to Crash a Commadore BBS - II! !
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		      ! !    By The Highwayman & Trask	  ! !
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		      !     (C) 1985  Chaotic Computing     !
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!Part One - Another Way to Crash IIBBS!
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  Log on and enter the message base.  At the prompt enter '99e99'.  This will
cause an overflow error.  If the sysop has a crash handling routine, then use
the method in How to Crash C64 BBS's - I and fry his drive.  Heres another way.
If you log in and it says 'You have mail' or whatever, but it dosn't list who
it's from and the date, then go into the e-mail section.  Proceed to read your
mail.  It should say 'No mail found' or whatever.  At the prompt, enter 'R' for
reply or 'D' for delete.  It will delete your mail and cause an Illegal quantity
error.

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!Part Two - How to Crash a RAVICS V9.3!
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  Log on as a new user.  When it say it's creating your ID hit a bunch of keys.
This will lock up the program and leave his drive spinning.


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!Part Three - How to Crash Hal BBS 4.6!
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  Enter 255 for your ID # and 'HAL' for the password.  If the sysop has the
BASIC version this won't work.  But if it does you will now be in the sysop
menu.  Have fun...


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!Part Four - How to Crash Ace Line 3.5!
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  Log on and check to see if they are running the version modified by General
Zod (it should have his name all over it).  If it is just call back about 10
times.	Sooner or later it will cause an Out of Memory error.

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!Watch for How to Crash C64 Boards - 3!
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