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TUCoPS :: Networks :: telenet9.txt

Another file on hacking telenet




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[ Hacker Supreme - Hackers Directory #14 ]
[Compiled by: The Cartel & Ninja Squirrel]
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TeleNet Description, Phone #'s for connection with TeleNet accross the nation,
100+ connect codes listing, and the first listing of commands for TeleNet
ever to be published except in their own guide, explanation of errors, and
instruction on how to hack your own TeleNet codes.                              
Section One:   TeleNet description and explanation.

 TeleNet is a service provided by GTE (the makers of that wonderful
phreaker service: Sprint) for connecting to computers accross the United
States.  It was created so that people in New York could connect with their
business computers in California for the price of a local call.  Interestingly,
GTE seemed to ignore the idea that people would use it for illegal purposes
(remember Sprint again...) so they made it pretty much open to everyone.
I feel that it is my duty to warn you of one or two things:
1)   It's a federal offense to use TeleNet to do what you will be doing.
2)   A number of people in California have had their houses broken into, and
  their computer hardware confiscated by FBI agents for doing this.

And, a standard disclaimer (if it'll help me any...):
   I, Cosmo Hacker, assume no responsibility for whatever uses the following
information is put to.  I further state, that any consequences that may occur
due to the use of the following information are the fault of the user, and not
of me.

    Now on to the good stuff...

Section Two:   How to hack your own.

   Actually it is very easy.  You call your local TeleNet phone number
(given later) and press return three times (once, a semicolon, and again for
half duplex) and it will respond with an '' symbol.  At this prompt you simply
type an area code, and a two to twelve digit connection number.  If the number
you typed is invalid then it will give you an error.  Sometimes it will take
a large amount of time before it responds.  This can be alleviated by using a
Modem Break, or Modem Pause (sometimes call True Break).  This is a specific
tone which is different than a regular tone.  On TRS-80 Model IV the COMM
program has it built in, and also on the Color Computer (TRS-80).  I believe
that certain Apple programs have it also.  The Commodore 64 doesn't have it
unless you program it yourself.  And the Atari's don't have it at all.
IBM's I don't know about.  Anyhow, you send this Modem Break, and TeleNet
responds by reprinting it's opening line and displays the prompt.  You then
type 'D' and press return.  It will then disconnect you from the attempt and
you can try another number.

Example Session:

TELENET
516 8A

TERMINAL=

51698

TELENET

D
ATTEMPT ABORTED

21264

212 64 CONNECTED

Etc.   (21264 is CitiBank)

Section Three:    Explanation of Errors.

    When you begin hacking TeleNet, you will find some WEIRD error messages.
This section explains a lot of them.

REJECTING       -       A password is needed to connect.  Check out the ID
                      command in section four.

XXX NN CONNECTED-       This is no error!  You have just connected to a
                      computer in area code XXX.

REMOTE PROCEDURE ERROR
                -       This error means that there is a computer at that
                      connect number, but it's parity or baud is wrong.

NOT OPERATING   -       There is SUPPOSED to be a computer there, but it's
                      not up right now.  This is sometimes because various
                      computers get brought down over the weekend.

There are others, but these are the main ones.

Section Four:   Commands

    This section deals with the command structure of TeleNet, and what commands
are important, and which are non-useful.

MAIL    -       Nice little command allowing access to the TeleMail system
              which is something like MCI Mail, or Western Union.  Here are
              two accounts that will ALWAYS be there:
              PHONES, password=PHONES   and INTL/ASSOCIATES, password=INTL
              Both accounts give you all the instruction you need.  Press
              '' and a carriage return and 'D' and a carriage return at any
              time to exit.

C       -       This is a command which really doesn't have much use.  It is
              the regular way to connect with a computer.  You type C <SPACE>
              an area code, and a two to twelve digit number.  However, it can
              be done without the C<SPACE>.

ID      -       This command is used to give yourself an ID on TeleNet, certain
              computers don't allow themselves to be accessed with the ID.  The
              ID is the connection number of the computer (21264 for example)
              and then it asks you for password.  Example:
                ID 21264
                PASSWORD? 
                 Invalid ID or Password.

TEST ECHO-      This just allows you to type a line, a <CR> and it'll repeat
                it back to you.

TEST TRIANGLE   This attempts to draw a triangle.  It generally doesn't succeed
                in doing so.

TEST CHARACTER  This is a standard printer test sent to your screen.  It's used
                on printers to check if every character will print.

ENABLE or
DISABLE ECHO    This switches between full and half duplex.


Section Five:   Connection Codes!

Connect code            Description
------------            -----------
201 20              VM 370 Online (IBM)
201 25              NJIT Electronic Information Exchange System (EIES)
201 30              NDC System
201 33              Unknown but unusual
201 66              Primnet
201 67              Warner Computer Systems
201 68                 "      "       "
201 71              Unknown but unusual
201 82              Bankers Trust Customer Service
201 83              Unknown
201 84              D & B Timesharing
202 25              ComShare  (Commander II)
202 47              GSD Timesharing
202 70               "       "
202 124              General Motors
202 138              Type HELP *
202 139                "   "   "
202 140                "   "   "
202 142                "   "   "
202 175              Honeywell
202 222              GM Parts
202 229              Primenet
203 21              A Wylbur computer system
212 21              Primenet
212 24              Primenet
212 25              Interactive Market Systems
212 26                    "       "       "
212 28              Burroughs NYC Data Center
212 29              Landart Systems
212 31              E. F. Hutton
212 33              A Univac 1100
212 53              VM/370 Online (IBM)
212 56              CitiBank Cash Manager
212 64              CitiCash Manager International
212 65                 "       "          "
212 69              Unknown
212 81              Bankers Trust Customer Service
212 84              Datamor Time Sharing
212 88              S-K WDC System 1/Online
212 141              Type HELP
212 142                "   "
212 151              Unknown
212 152              Unknown
212 55              Primenet        (Whoops!  212 151 is the same as 212 64)
212 56              Primenet        (And 212 152 is a Vax computer system)
212 160              TelStat Sigma 6
212 167              RSTS Version 7.0-07
212 168                "     "       "
212 84              Datamor Time Sharing
212 143              Unknown
212 40              Wilsonline
212 145              Official Information System "F"     (212 143 is Primenet)
213 25              Primenet
213 35              Marketron Research and Sales
213 36                   "        "     "   "
213 70              XCC West System X2
213 71              XCC West System X3
213 72               "   "      "   "
213 73              XCC West System X1
213 75              XCC West System X2
213 79              Interactive System/One
213 84              Nice system
213 85              Press return 5 or 6 times...
213 88              Primenet:   Press <CR> twice, then "LOGIN TEST", pswd=TEST
213 105              Unknown
215 20              TPF & C Online
215 34              Primenet
217 25              Unsure, call during the week
217 26              University of Illinois Computing Services
301 21              NASA Recon
301 24              Source System 10
301 26              Distributive Network
301 35              A Unix System
301 36              * Weird *
301 38              Source System 11
301 47              Source System 12
303 20              Computer Sharing Services
303 30                  "       "        "
303 37              Primenet
303 39              Primenet
303 40              Primenet
305 20              Cierr 1441, Try Hello Test.Test   You will need a password.
305 22              Cierr 1437
312 31              CIC Timesharing
312 36              Unsure.
312 46              Unknown
312 605              American Hospital Supply Corp. Try DEMO or TEST
312 49              Same thing as 312 605
312 50              Same think as 312 605
312 127              Online Response
312 56              Unknown
313 25              Comshare
313 40              Autonet (Type HELP or something)
313 41              Autonet (Type HELP or something)
313 60              General Motors
313 63              VM/370 Online (IBM)
313 70              GM Decsystem-20 Timesharing
314 24              MCAuto VM/370 Online (IBM)
314 25              MCAuto VM/370 Online (IBM)
314 35              Primnet
317 26              RSTS Version 6C-04
415 27              Stanford IBM-303A
415 62              * Weird *
415 80              Harper Group Information Network
415 87              Bussiplexer:    Type HELP...
516 47              VM/370 Online
516 46              No longer working.  Used to be Island Records.
517 29              RSTS/E System
603 20              Dartmouth College Computing
603 22              Press <CR> a few times and wait.  Or type 'BYE' and press <CR>
607 45              Unknown
609 42              Unknown
612 21              Unknown
617 24              Unknown, but interesting.
617 35              Applied Logic Network Control (Type 'D' at the main prompt)
617 48              Primenet
617 50              Primenet
617 60              Same as 617 35 above.
617 66              Primenet
617 67              Primenet
617 70              NDC System, type 1 at main prompt.
617 74              Unsure
617 76              NDC System, type 1 at main prompt.
617 77               "     "     "   "  "   "    "
617 78              Primenet
617 124              Nuhart Vax/Vms V3.6 Field Service Engineering 11/750
617 127              Vaxcimilie -  A German copy of the Vax computer.
617 133              Unsure
617 135              VM/370 Online (IBM)
617 37              VM/370 Online (IBM)
617 138              MIT   Type HELP
617 139              MIT   Type HELP     Both of these systems are Multics
617 140              VM/370 Online (IBM)
617 151              Unknown
617 152              Unknown
617 63              MDS System
617 69              Same as 617 35 above.
617 70              BPL Inforonics
617 171              Interact Line
617 177              ERT Environet
617 179               "      "
617 80              Type HELP
714 24              Global Data Timesharing
714 31              Type HELP
716 20              Union Carbide
804 23              Control Data Intercom
804 24                 "     "       "
804 26              Babcock and Wilcox
816 25              Uninet
816 26                "
919 30              Unknown
919 31              Unknown, accounts are 7 Characters long.
919 33              Unknown
919 34              Unknown

Various others, which I have found...  Some may already be listed.
617196          Yankee Data Communications
617162          Primenet
617169          Primenet
617158          Primenet
617168          * Weird *
617174          * Weird *
31256           CISCO Database Harris-700
212143          Primenet
21240           Wilsonline
31370           Try:   LOGIN OPERATOR   I don't have the password though.
41537           Try:   LOGIN GAMES.MGR  I don't have the password.
41507           Try:   LOGIN ???.GAMES  I don't know the account or password.
41587           CFO     Try HELP
31350           A fun system to hack
31325           Try 2001
61784           TOPS-20 System, could be MIT!
61796           An RSX system
41470           Vax 11/750
40159           TVI

That should keep you occupied for a while!!!!!!!!

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