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alt.phreaking archive 2002/02/26 to 2002/03/26




From imcomingforyouusama@verizon.net Mon Feb 25 17:26:08 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: False Caller ID
From: "nemesis enforcer" <imcomingforyouusama@verizon.net>
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 01:26:08 GMT

a lineman's headset will do the trick. Specifically a blue or 2 tone orange
one as to they are data sensitive.
"cfi" <cfi@lvcm.com> wrote in message
news:u6s17k4e245d40@corp.supernews.com...
> Is it possible to call someone and have a false caller ID show up on the
> person's phone?  How is it done.
>
>
>
>



From mattdvk@hotmail.com Tue Feb 26 07:21:43 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: fbus to mbus
From: "matt d" <mattdvk@hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 15:21:43 GMT

Does anyone have a howto or something about converting a fbus cable to a
mbus cable for a 51xx nokia?



From jfaith@spunge.org Thu Feb 28 02:25:10 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: I R Back!
From: jfaith@spunge.org (Cuebiz)
Date: 28 Feb 2002 02:25:10 -0800

Just checking in with you guys. Telco Inside is down for a while, and
I no longer have the rights to telco-inside.org (long story, better
for another time). Well, I'd just wanted to let you people know that
Iam here again.

- Jamie "Cuebiz" Faith

From Dontemailme@mycomputer.net Thu Feb 28 17:03:07 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Payphone Information?
From: "Me" <Dontemailme@mycomputer.net>
Date: Fri, 01 Mar 2002 01:03:07 GMT

    I have a rather unique problem. I have been asked if there is any way to
locate a payphone when I have the number only. I tried the obvious first - I
dialed it. After 10 or so rings, I got a sound similar to a modem or fax
machine.
    I have tried all of the reverse directories I can find, but none have it
listed. The area code and prefix turned up numbers in the French Quarter
area of New Orleans.
    The number was on the caller id of a friend of mine's when his daughter
(who has been missing for a week) called him. Hecalled the police, but they
say they can't get the location of the phone without a court order.
    The number is 504-523-9160. If anyone can help me out, you can either
post here or email me at Mick@dccomm.net . Even if you can point me in the
right direction to get the info myself, please let me know.

Thanks,
Mick



From lettergod937@aol.com Fri Mar 01 12:38:52 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Payphone Information?
From: lettergod937@aol.com (Letter God)
Date: 01 Mar 2002 20:38:52 GMT

The police can't get the location of a phone without a court order?  I don't
see why.  Incidentally, the modem sound means that this is probably a COCOT,
i.e. non-Bell owned phone, although it could be one of them new-fangled
Bell-owned computerized phones.  If the police are really that incompetent, you
could try calling that area's local telco (maybe Southeastern Bell?  I doubt
that they'd help but worth a shot), or you could just keep calling and calling
it until somebody answers, ask them where it is.

Letter God

From aphrax@dontspamme.hotmail.com Sat Mar 02 19:29:18 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Payphone Information?
From: Aphrax <aphrax@dontspamme.hotmail.com>
Date: 2 Mar 2002 21:29:18 -0600

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lettergod937@aol.com (Letter God) wrote:
>The police can't get the location of a phone without a court order?  I don't
>see why.  Incidentally, the modem sound means that this is probably a COCOT,
>i.e. non-Bell owned phone, although it could be one of them new-fangled
>Bell-owned computerized phones.  If the police are really that incompetent, 
>you
>could try calling that area's local telco (maybe Southeastern Bell?  I doubt
>that they'd help but worth a shot), or you could just keep calling and calling
>it until somebody answers, ask them where it is.
>
>Letter God

Hey, it's LetterGod. Long time no see man. hehe

Aphrax



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From lettergod937@aol.com Mon Mar 04 14:43:25 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Payphone Information?
From: lettergod937@aol.com (Letter God)
Date: 04 Mar 2002 22:43:25 GMT

>Hey, it's LetterGod. Long time no see man. hehe
>
>Aphrax
>

It has been a while.  Have you been to any of the 2600 meetings recently?  I
have not.

Letter God

From aphrax@dontspamme.hotmail.com Sat Mar 09 14:36:44 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Payphone Information?
From: Aphrax <aphrax@dontspamme.hotmail.com>
Date: 9 Mar 2002 16:36:44 -0600

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lettergod937@aol.com (Letter God) wrote:
>It has been a while.  Have you been to any of the 2600 meetings recently?  I
>have not.
>
>Letter God

Nope, I haven't been for a while but I hear that some new people have been
coming who know their stuff. I'm planning to go to the next one though. Hope
to see you there.

Aphrax



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From thecougar@SPAMSPAcenturyinter.net Sun Mar 03 10:14:20 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: phreaking
From: "The Captain" <thecougar@SPAMSPAcenturyinter.net>
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2002 13:14:20 -0500

hi i want to know all about ffreaking i was wanting to know could you maybe
send me some info on because i want to like build a blue box and then i'll
red box all day once i get my hands on a dialer oh and how do I get phone
calls for free please send me all the information you have thansk bye




From av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc Sun Mar 03 20:03:36 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: phreaking
From: av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc (av1d)
Date: 04 Mar 2002 04:03:36 GMT

>hi i want to know all about ffreaking i was wanting to know could you maybe
>send me some info on because i want to like build a blue box and then i'll
>red box all day once i get my hands on a dialer oh and how do I get phone
>calls for free please send me all the information you have thansk bye

www.google.com

http://www.nettwerked.net/altphreakingfaq/




..av1d..
it ain't a crime if you don't get caught
kill a telemarketer:  905-322-5760

From silvermarksman13@comcast.net Sun Mar 03 22:12:39 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: phreaking
From: "silvermarksman13" <silvermarksman13@comcast.net>
Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 06:12:39 GMT

Ye gods! Here I am a complete newbie and even I'M wincing at this post, why
not actually do some of the research on your own?
"The Captain" <thecougar@SPAMSPAcenturyinter.net> wrote in message
news:dJtg8.8536$_m2.1898766@feed.centurytel.net...
> hi i want to know all about ffreaking i was wanting to know could you
maybe
> send me some info on because i want to like build a blue box and then i'll
> red box all day once i get my hands on a dialer oh and how do I get phone
> calls for free please send me all the information you have thansk bye
>
>
>
>



From thecougar@SPAMSPAcenturyinter.net Mon Mar 04 12:14:03 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: phreaking
From: "The Captain" <thecougar@SPAMSPAcenturyinter.net>
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2002 15:14:03 -0500

just a joke.    i was atcually hoping to stir up more flames than this one,
one from drumstick, whose opinion I ALWAYS look forward to hearing, and one
that actually helped me. back in the day, there would be about 80 posts
calling me a |4/\/\3r.  also by this time there would be virii waiting for
me in my mailbox.  COME ON.  haha

later

-the captain



silvermarksman13 <silvermarksman13@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:rfEg8.248826$Aw2.20186163@bin7.nnrp.aus1.giganews.com...
> Ye gods! Here I am a complete newbie and even I'M wincing at this post,
why
> not actually do some of the research on your own?
> "The Captain" <thecougar@SPAMSPAcenturyinter.net> wrote in message
> news:dJtg8.8536$_m2.1898766@feed.centurytel.net...
> > hi i want to know all about ffreaking i was wanting to know could you
> maybe
> > send me some info on because i want to like build a blue box and then
i'll
> > red box all day once i get my hands on a dialer oh and how do I get
phone
> > calls for free please send me all the information you have thansk bye
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
>



From 2punch.crash2000@MYISP.ca Sun Mar 03 13:09:33 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: harrasment and revenge!
From: Punch2000 <2punch.crash2000@MYISP.ca>
Date: Sun, 03 Mar 2002 21:09:33 GMT

I have a telemarketer calling 2-3 times per day, the number shows up in 
call display, when the phone is picked up they hang up.

calling the number back (416-922-4734) gets me a mailbox which is always 
full.

calling the operator got me a rude, we cannot do anything for you sir!

a search of the net gave me the information that it is a telemarketor, in 
toronto. and the have been reported to the CRTC in 1999!

what can I do legal or not to pay this company back?

punch

From probinson6@cogeco.ca Sun Mar 03 13:32:34 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: harrasment and revenge!
From: "Miker" <probinson6@cogeco.ca>
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2002 16:32:34 -0500

tell them this
do not call me back, place me on your do not call list
record this
if they call again, call the cops, its harassment

"Punch2000" <2punch.crash2000@MYISP.ca> wrote in message
news:Xns91C6A465676B42punchcrash2000MYISP@207.35.177.135...
> I have a telemarketer calling 2-3 times per day, the number shows up in
> call display, when the phone is picked up they hang up.
>
> calling the number back (416-922-4734) gets me a mailbox which is always
> full.
>
> calling the operator got me a rude, we cannot do anything for you sir!
>
> a search of the net gave me the information that it is a telemarketor, in
> toronto. and the have been reported to the CRTC in 1999!
>
> what can I do legal or not to pay this company back?
>
> punch



From TheCrushedAngel@hotmail.com Sun Mar 03 11:29:08 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: harrasment and revenge!
From: ^Ocean^ <TheCrushedAngel@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 03 Mar 2002 19:29:08 +0000

I useualy try and cell Jesus Action figures to telemarkaters...  Its 
lots of fun and u useualy dont get called back.


Miker wrote:

> tell them this
> do not call me back, place me on your do not call list
> record this
> if they call again, call the cops, its harassment
> 
> "Punch2000" <2punch.crash2000@MYISP.ca> wrote in message
> news:Xns91C6A465676B42punchcrash2000MYISP@207.35.177.135...
> 
>>I have a telemarketer calling 2-3 times per day, the number shows up in
>>call display, when the phone is picked up they hang up.
>>
>>calling the number back (416-922-4734) gets me a mailbox which is always
>>full.
>>
>>calling the operator got me a rude, we cannot do anything for you sir!
>>
>>a search of the net gave me the information that it is a telemarketor, in
>>toronto. and the have been reported to the CRTC in 1999!
>>
>>what can I do legal or not to pay this company back?
>>
>>punch
>>
> 
> 


From 2punch.crash2000@MYISP.ca Sun Mar 03 21:14:16 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: harrasment and revenge!
From: Punch2000 <2punch.crash2000@MYISP.ca>
Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 05:14:16 GMT

"Miker" <probinson6@cogeco.ca> wrote in
news:pFwg8.4199$DD.220583@read2.cgocable.net: 

> tell them this
> do not call me back, place me on your do not call list
> record this
> if they call again, call the cops, its harassment
> 
> "Punch2000" <2punch.crash2000@MYISP.ca> wrote in message
> news:Xns91C6A465676B42punchcrash2000MYISP@207.35.177.135...
>> I have a telemarketer calling 2-3 times per day, the number shows up
>> in call display, when the phone is picked up they hang up.
>>
>> calling the number back (416-922-4734) gets me a mailbox which is
>> always full.
>>
>> calling the operator got me a rude, we cannot do anything for you
>> sir! 
>>
>> a search of the net gave me the information that it is a
>> telemarketor, in toronto. and the have been reported to the CRTC in
>> 1999! 
>>
>> what can I do legal or not to pay this company back?
>>
>> punch
> 
> 
> 

I can't tell them anything, as I cannot reach a person, and the mailbox 
is full!


From probinson6@cogeco.ca Mon Mar 04 13:02:19 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: harrasment and revenge!
From: "Miker" <probinson6@cogeco.ca>
Date: Mon, 4 Mar 2002 16:02:19 -0500

if they call back!

"Punch2000" <2punch.crash2000@MYISP.ca> wrote in message
news:Xns91C726E88AA02punchcrash2000MYISP@207.35.177.134...
> "Miker" <probinson6@cogeco.ca> wrote in
> news:pFwg8.4199$DD.220583@read2.cgocable.net:
>
> > tell them this
> > do not call me back, place me on your do not call list
> > record this
> > if they call again, call the cops, its harassment
> >
> > "Punch2000" <2punch.crash2000@MYISP.ca> wrote in message
> > news:Xns91C6A465676B42punchcrash2000MYISP@207.35.177.135...
> >> I have a telemarketer calling 2-3 times per day, the number shows up
> >> in call display, when the phone is picked up they hang up.
> >>
> >> calling the number back (416-922-4734) gets me a mailbox which is
> >> always full.
> >>
> >> calling the operator got me a rude, we cannot do anything for you
> >> sir!
> >>
> >> a search of the net gave me the information that it is a
> >> telemarketor, in toronto. and the have been reported to the CRTC in
> >> 1999!
> >>
> >> what can I do legal or not to pay this company back?
> >>
> >> punch
> >
> >
> >
>
> I can't tell them anything, as I cannot reach a person, and the mailbox
> is full!
>



From lordravyn@aol.com Mon Mar 04 23:20:36 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Curious 1-800 numbers
From: lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn)
Date: 4 Mar 2002 23:20:36 -0800

While scanning 1-800-205-00xx I came across a few numbers that caught
my attention.  Maybe someone could help me out here.

1-800-205-0031 A long loud tone, then the line hangs


These three say "restricted area code" and then hang
1-800-205-0071
1-800-205-0073
1-800-205-0094

Finally this last one says "Enter your telephone number including area
code"
1-800-205-0081 (Will try this one later at a pay phone)

If anybody has any suggestions, they would be greatly appreciated

-Ravyn

From lordravyn@aol.com Wed Mar 06 22:04:57 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Curious 1-800 numbers
From: lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn)
Date: 6 Mar 2002 22:04:57 -0800

Tried that... It rang to a reorder signal...

scannerdlr@yahoo.com (blue_smurf) wrote in message news:<2c0079bf.0203061114.481d7639@posting.google.com>...
> That's weird. Your saying it still worked, and when I called it, it
> said it was not in service. Maybe it's not working over here because
> of the NPA I am in? Call it from a pay phone and press '#' and see
> where or what it rings to.

From ccrailroad@yahoo.dk Tue Mar 19 11:46:52 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Curious 1-800 numbers
From: ccrailroad@yahoo.dk (819Johnny)
Date: 19 Mar 2002 11:46:52 -0800

If you was more active, search "reverse search toll-free" on yahoo and
you gonna get www.anywho.com and tollfreephone.com and lots more. It
doesn't work everything, but it's better than nothing.

"YoungGoodmanBrown" <bgny@earthlink.net> wrote in message news:<V76l8.22404$P4.1975174@newsread2.prod.itd.earthlink.net>...
> Are there reverse phone books for 800 numbers or cell phone numbers?  I know
> there are many that work with personal or business numbers, but I've tried
> with your numbers and and cell phone numbers but nothing comes back.
> 
> "Dark Ravyn" <lordravyn@aol.com> wrote in message
> news:c96bf9f8.0203042320.33e64d74@posting.google.com...
> > While scanning 1-800-205-00xx I came across a few numbers that caught
> > my attention.  Maybe someone could help me out here.
> >
> > 1-800-205-0031 A long loud tone, then the line hangs
> >
> >
> > These three say "restricted area code" and then hang
> > 1-800-205-0071
> > 1-800-205-0073
> > 1-800-205-0094
> >
> > Finally this last one says "Enter your telephone number including area
> > code"
> > 1-800-205-0081 (Will try this one later at a pay phone)
> >
> > If anybody has any suggestions, they would be greatly appreciated
> >
> > -Ravyn

From jfaith@spunge.org Tue Mar 05 04:57:24 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Telco Inside
From: jfaith@spunge.org (Cuebiz)
Date: 5 Mar 2002 04:57:24 -0800

Long story short, iam looking for people who'd like to be web-authors
for the "new" Telco Inside webpage. The webpage itself is being kept
under wraps until I can finish the re-design (all backups of the old
webpage have been lost with my laptop, iam starting from scratch) but,
I'd like to know if anyone else would like to participate in this
thing.

ciao,

- Cuebiz

PostScript: email me at my posting address if interested.

From brentrode@yahoo.com Tue Mar 05 14:24:24 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: POCSAG- pager decoding
From: "James" <brentrode@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 05 Mar 2002 22:24:24 GMT

Anyone know of a good descriptive resource explaining the commands such as:
<ACK>
<EOT>
<EOT>
<STX>




From probinson6@cogeco.ca Tue Mar 05 15:14:06 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: POCSAG- pager decoding
From: "Miker" <probinson6@cogeco.ca>
Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2002 18:14:06 -0500

acknowledge
end of text

"James" <brentrode@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:sAbh8.26829$3O2.9998322@typhoon.southeast.rr.com...
> Anyone know of a good descriptive resource explaining the commands such
as:
> <ACK>
> <EOT>
> <EOT>
> <STX>
>
>
>



From brentrode@yahoo.com Tue Mar 05 16:23:32 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: POCSAG- pager decoding
From: "James" <brentrode@yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 06 Mar 2002 00:23:32 GMT


"Miker" <probinson6@cogeco.ca> wrote in message
news:Ckch8.5444$DD.310749@read2.cgocable.net...
> acknowledge
> end of text
>
> "James" <brentrode@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:sAbh8.26829$3O2.9998322@typhoon.southeast.rr.com...
> > Anyone know of a good descriptive resource explaining the commands such
> as:
> > <ACK>
> > <EOT>
> > <EOT>
> > <STX>
Excellent work. Now  <STX>= ?



From av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc Tue Mar 05 22:22:19 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: POCSAG- pager decoding
From: av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc (av1d)
Date: 06 Mar 2002 06:22:19 GMT

>"Miker" <probinson6@cogeco.ca> wrote in message
>news:Ckch8.5444$DD.310749@read2.cgocable.net...
>> acknowledge
>> end of text
>>
>> "James" <brentrode@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>> news:sAbh8.26829$3O2.9998322@typhoon.southeast.rr.com...
>> > Anyone know of a good descriptive resource explaining the commands such
>> as:
>> > <ACK>
>> > <EOT>
>> > <EOT>
>> > <STX>
>Excellent work. Now  <STX>= ?
>

STX = Start Of Text




-av1d
----------
it ain't a crime if you don't get caught
kill a telemarketer:  905-322-5760
spambots:    niklas@fasttrack.nu
----------

From av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc Tue Mar 05 22:24:02 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: POCSAG- pager decoding
From: av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc (av1d)
Date: 06 Mar 2002 06:24:02 GMT

>> > <ACK>
>> > <EOT>
>> > <EOT>
>> > <STX>

EOT could also be End of Transmission.


-av1d
----------
it ain't a crime if you don't get caught
kill a telemarketer:  905-322-5760
spambots:    niklas@fasttrack.nu
----------

From sudsyjkh@yahoo.com Wed Mar 06 17:39:21 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: smart-card readers
From: "John H" <sudsyjkh@yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2002 20:39:21 -0500

Hi, I was just wondering whare I can get a smart-card reader/writer and
around how much I can expect to pay for one. I have a hu-card loader for
doing sattelite cards, but I want to get in to phone cards to!!
thanks in advance
-John



From tron@NOSPAMcellularsecrets.net Wed Mar 06 19:24:29 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: smart-card readers
From: "TRON" <tron@NOSPAMcellularsecrets.net>
Date: Thu, 07 Mar 2002 03:24:29 GMT

You can pick one up pretty cheap on ebay, just do a search for "sim card"
and you'll see ads for dozens of them.

   TRON

www.cellularsecrets.net


"John H" <sudsyjkh@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:xyzh8.107561$JZ.13815547@news20.bellglobal.com...
> Hi, I was just wondering whare I can get a smart-card reader/writer and
> around how much I can expect to pay for one. I have a hu-card loader for
> doing sattelite cards, but I want to get in to phone cards to!!
> thanks in advance
> -John
>
>



From lordravyn@aol.com Wed Mar 06 22:09:32 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Have some fun with this jerk
From: lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn)
Date: 6 Mar 2002 22:09:32 -0800

If anybody is bored and wants to bother someone, here's a number for
you

512-476-2827

Ask for William Brennan

Oh yeah, and is there a way of finding out if someone's home number
can be dialed as an 800 number?  While scanning I keep finding home
phones, and I am curios.  If so, it would save a lot on long distance.

-Dark Ravyn

From chessucat@yahoo.com Fri Mar 08 13:39:21 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Have some fun with this jerk
From: chessucat@yahoo.com (Chessucat)
Date: 8 Mar 2002 13:39:21 -0800

> lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn) wrote in message news:<c96bf9f8.0203062209.669e991@posting.google.com>...
> > If anybody is bored and wants to bother someone, here's a number for
> > you
> > 
> > 512-476-2827
> > 
> > Ask for William Brennan
> > 
> > Oh yeah, and is there a way of finding out if someone's home number
> > can be dialed as an 800 number?  While scanning I keep finding home
> > phones, and I am curios.  If so, it would save a lot on long distance.
> > 
> > -Dark Ravyn

William J Brennan,
UT Economics Department
Job Market Candidate
1906 Pearl St
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 476-2827 
Degree:  Ph.D. expected 8/02 
Fields:  Industrial Organization; Game Theory; Econometrics; Macroeconomics 
Dissertation:  Airline Pricing, Practices, and Predatory Behavior 
Office phone:  (512) 475-8547 
Home phone:  (512) 476-2827 
Email:  brennan@eco.utexas.edu 
Supervisor:  R. Preston McAfee
(773) 834-5942
mcafee@eco.utexas.edu 
Site: portia.eco.utexas.edu
Realm: /
UserName:????
Password:????

Error 401
Unauthenticated Exception
Lotus-Domino Release

From ds_agent@hotmail.com Fri Mar 08 16:07:49 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Have some fun with this jerk
From: Mach <ds_agent@hotmail.com>
Date: Sat, 09 Mar 2002 00:07:49 GMT

How'd you get all that info?


In article <86685394.0203081339.33441d6@posting.google.com>, Chessucat
<chessucat@yahoo.com> wrote:

> > lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn) wrote in message
> > news:<c96bf9f8.0203062209.669e991@posting.google.com>...
> > > If anybody is bored and wants to bother someone, here's a number for
> > > you
> > > 
> > > 512-476-2827
> > > 
> > > Ask for William Brennan
> > > 
> > > Oh yeah, and is there a way of finding out if someone's home number
> > > can be dialed as an 800 number?  While scanning I keep finding home
> > > phones, and I am curios.  If so, it would save a lot on long distance.
> > > 
> > > -Dark Ravyn
> 
> William J Brennan,
> UT Economics Department
> Job Market Candidate
> 1906 Pearl St
> Austin, TX 78705
> (512) 476-2827 
> Degree:  Ph.D. expected 8/02 
> Fields:  Industrial Organization; Game Theory; Econometrics; Macroeconomics 
> Dissertation:  Airline Pricing, Practices, and Predatory Behavior 
> Office phone:  (512) 475-8547 
> Home phone:  (512) 476-2827 
> Email:  brennan@eco.utexas.edu 
> Supervisor:  R. Preston McAfee
> (773) 834-5942
> mcafee@eco.utexas.edu 
> Site: portia.eco.utexas.edu
> Realm: /
> UserName:????
> Password:????
> 
> Error 401
> Unauthenticated Exception
> Lotus-Domino Release

From root@127.0.0.1 Sat Mar 09 11:49:01 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Have some fun with this jerk
From: drumstik <root@127.0.0.1>
Date: Sat, 09 Mar 2002 19:49:01 GMT

On Sat, 09 Mar 2002 00:07:49 GMT, Mach <ds_agent@hotmail.com> wrote:

>How'd you get all that info?

Heard of google.com?
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From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Sat Mar 09 12:21:07 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Have some fun with this jerk
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Sat, 09 Mar 2002 20:21:07 GMT


You could have scammed the original poster by offering, in private, to
sell this top-secret information that you acquired at great personal
risk and expense =)  And at the same time helped to not perpetuate
usenet trolling.

On Sat, 09 Mar 2002 19:49:01 GMT, drumstik <root@127.0.0.1> wrote:

>On Sat, 09 Mar 2002 00:07:49 GMT, Mach <ds_agent@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>>How'd you get all that info?
>
>Heard of google.com?
>--
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>
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>
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>
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From root@127.0.0.1 Sat Mar 09 12:49:20 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Have some fun with this jerk
From: drumstik <root@127.0.0.1>
Date: Sat, 09 Mar 2002 20:49:20 GMT

On Sat, 09 Mar 2002 20:21:07 GMT,
dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis) wrote:

>
>You could have scammed the original poster by offering, in private, to
>sell this top-secret information that you acquired at great personal
>risk and expense =)  

Well, Chessucat had already posted it...though that *is* a great
idea...

>And at the same time helped to not perpetuate
>usenet trolling.

I had ignored the post, but I thought I'd poke a bit at the morons who
were too stupid to use a search engine.

Regards,
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From lordravyn@aol.com Fri Mar 08 20:31:42 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Have some fun with this jerk
From: lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn)
Date: 8 Mar 2002 20:31:42 -0800

Okay, how did you go about getting all of that info?  Or are you really him?
> William J Brennan,
> UT Economics Department
> Job Market Candidate
> 1906 Pearl St
> Austin, TX 78705
> (512) 476-2827 
> Degree:  Ph.D. expected 8/02 
> Fields:  Industrial Organization; Game Theory; Econometrics; Macroeconomics 
> Dissertation:  Airline Pricing, Practices, and Predatory Behavior 
> Office phone:  (512) 475-8547 
> Home phone:  (512) 476-2827 
> Email:  brennan@eco.utexas.edu 
> Supervisor:  R. Preston McAfee
> (773) 834-5942
> mcafee@eco.utexas.edu 
> Site: portia.eco.utexas.edu
> Realm: /
> UserName:????
> Password:????
> 
> Error 401
> Unauthenticated Exception
> Lotus-Domino Release

From root@127.0.0.1 Sat Mar 09 11:49:58 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Have some fun with this jerk
From: drumstik <root@127.0.0.1>
Date: Sat, 09 Mar 2002 19:49:58 GMT

On 8 Mar 2002 20:31:42 -0800, lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn) wrote:

>Okay, how did you go about getting all of that info?  Or are you really him?

Well, I call it using a "search engine."  THey're these crazy things
that "search" the "intar-web" (that's the INFORMATION SUPERHIGHWAY)
once you "input" a "query" from your "computer."

"See?"
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From jj775@hotmail.com Fri Mar 08 22:15:06 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Have some fun with this jerk
From: jj775@hotmail.com (Johnny J.)
Date: 8 Mar 2002 22:15:06 -0800

chessucat@yahoo.com (Chessucat) wrote in message news:<86685394.0203081339.33441d6@posting.google.com>...
> > lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn) wrote in message news:<c96bf9f8.0203062209.669e991@posting.google.com>...
> > > If anybody is bored and wants to bother someone, here's a number for
> > > you
> > > 
> > > 512-476-2827
> > > 
> > > Ask for William Brennan
> > > 
> > > Oh yeah, and is there a way of finding out if someone's home number
> > > can be dialed as an 800 number?  While scanning I keep finding home
> > > phones, and I am curios.  If so, it would save a lot on long distance.
> > > 
> > > -Dark Ravyn
> 
> William J Brennan,
> UT Economics Department
> Job Market Candidate
> 1906 Pearl St
> Austin, TX 78705
> (512) 476-2827 
> Degree:  Ph.D. expected 8/02 
> Fields:  Industrial Organization; Game Theory; Econometrics; Macroeconomics 
> Dissertation:  Airline Pricing, Practices, and Predatory Behavior 
> Office phone:  (512) 475-8547 
> Home phone:  (512) 476-2827 
> Email:  brennan@eco.utexas.edu 
> Supervisor:  R. Preston McAfee
> (773) 834-5942
> mcafee@eco.utexas.edu 
> Site: portia.eco.utexas.edu
> Realm: /
> UserName:????
> Password:????
> 
> Error 401
> Unauthenticated Exception
> Lotus-Domino Release

Great Job! How bout bothering this one 417-293-0925.

These jerks have called 83 times this week using a un-traceable
identity. I have narrowed to a Tracfone prepaid calling card and the
lec can do nothing to block with selective call rejection because it's
wireless WalMart. mmmm :(

Thx JJ

From root@127.0.0.1 Sat Mar 09 11:07:20 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Have some fun with this jerk
From: drumstik <root@127.0.0.1>
Date: Sat, 09 Mar 2002 19:07:20 GMT

On 8 Mar 2002 13:39:21 -0800, chessucat@yahoo.com (Chessucat) wrote:

>> lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn) wrote in message news:<c96bf9f8.0203062209.669e991@posting.google.com>...
>> > If anybody is bored and wants to bother someone, here's a number for
>> > you
>> > 
>> > 512-476-2827
>> > 
>> > Ask for William Brennan
>> > 
>> > Oh yeah, and is there a way of finding out if someone's home number
>> > can be dialed as an 800 number?  While scanning I keep finding home
>> > phones, and I am curios.  If so, it would save a lot on long distance.
>> > 
>> > -Dark Ravyn
>
>William J Brennan,
>UT Economics Department
>Job Market Candidate
>1906 Pearl St
>Austin, TX 78705
>(512) 476-2827 
>Degree:  Ph.D. expected 8/02 
>Fields:  Industrial Organization; Game Theory; Econometrics; Macroeconomics 
>Dissertation:  Airline Pricing, Practices, and Predatory Behavior 
>Office phone:  (512) 475-8547 
>Home phone:  (512) 476-2827 
>Email:  brennan@eco.utexas.edu 
>Supervisor:  R. Preston McAfee
>(773) 834-5942
>mcafee@eco.utexas.edu 
>Site: portia.eco.utexas.edu
>Realm: /
>UserName:????
>Password:????

Googling are l33t ;)
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From search_4_truth2000@yahoo.com Thu Mar 07 21:40:47 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Cell Phone password "procurement"
From: search_4_truth2000@yahoo.com (truth)
Date: 7 Mar 2002 21:40:47 -0800

Can you please steer me in the right direction.  I need to "procure"
my girlfriends cell phone voice mail password.  When i dial in and hit
the star key it switches over to voice mail and asks for the password
and I have tried all the standard birthdates, addresses, phone numbers
etc...Any suggestions as how I can get in?  She's out of the country
for the next few days and does not have access to her phone, a perfect
opportunity to see who's leaving her messages and what shes up to
behind my back-

Can this be done on my own, or do I need the assistance of a pro who
would be well taken care of.
Thanks,
Searching for truth

From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Tue Mar 26 19:51:47 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Cell Phone password "procurement"
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 03:51:47 GMT


I can think of only one possibility: if you have access to one of her
old cellphone bills, the password might be the last 4 digits of her
account number.  If that fails, try the last 5, 6, 7, 8 digits, and if
that fails, sorry, but you needed to shoulder surf her or something
before she left.

On 7 Mar 2002 21:40:47 -0800, search_4_truth2000@yahoo.com (truth)
wrote:

>Can you please steer me in the right direction.  I need to "procure"
>my girlfriends cell phone voice mail password.  When i dial in and hit
>the star key it switches over to voice mail and asks for the password
>and I have tried all the standard birthdates, addresses, phone numbers
>etc...Any suggestions as how I can get in?  She's out of the country
>for the next few days and does not have access to her phone, a perfect
>opportunity to see who's leaving her messages and what shes up to
>behind my back-
>
>Can this be done on my own, or do I need the assistance of a pro who
>would be well taken care of.
>Thanks,
>Searching for truth

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From lordravyn@aol.com Thu Mar 07 22:32:56 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Dial Tone Curiosity
From: lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn)
Date: 7 Mar 2002 22:32:56 -0800

Does anybody know what's going on when you pick up the phone and there
is a broken up dialtone.  It sounds like when you are talking to
someone then decide to make a 3 way call.  It happens for a couple of
seconds, then I get a normal dial tone.  I tried this on both my phone
and on the computer.  It didn't do it until yesterday sometime

From me@me.net Fri Mar 08 09:19:23 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Dial Tone Curiosity
From: "Splatter" <me@me.net>
Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 12:19:23 -0500

In my town it means you have a voice message on your VMB.

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From imcomingforyouusama@verizon.net Fri Mar 08 13:49:34 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Dial Tone Curiosity
From: "nemesis enforcer" <imcomingforyouusama@verizon.net>
Date: Fri, 08 Mar 2002 21:49:34 GMT

a special service such as call forwarding or something along those lines
"Dark Ravyn" <lordravyn@aol.com> wrote in message
news:c96bf9f8.0203072232.76e1ee76@posting.google.com...
> Does anybody know what's going on when you pick up the phone and there
> is a broken up dialtone.  It sounds like when you are talking to
> someone then decide to make a 3 way call.  It happens for a couple of
> seconds, then I get a normal dial tone.  I tried this on both my phone
> and on the computer.  It didn't do it until yesterday sometime



From lordravyn@aol.com Fri Mar 08 20:19:31 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Dial Tone Curiosity
From: lordravyn@aol.com (Dark Ravyn)
Date: 8 Mar 2002 20:19:31 -0800

I found out just this afternoon that the room mate had bought a VMB
the other day... He didn't tell me... :p

-D.R.
Mach <ds_agent@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<080320021546533971%ds_agent@hotmail.com>...
> It  means someone planted a shitload of C-4 in your house.
> 
> 
> In article <c96bf9f8.0203072232.76e1ee76@posting.google.com>, Dark
> Ravyn <lordravyn@aol.com> wrote:
> 
> > Does anybody know what's going on when you pick up the phone and there
> > is a broken up dialtone.  It sounds like when you are talking to
> > someone then decide to make a 3 way call.  It happens for a couple of
> > seconds, then I get a normal dial tone.  I tried this on both my phone
> > and on the computer.  It didn't do it until yesterday sometime

From bongo@whydoyouneedtoknow.com Fri Mar 08 08:53:11 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Number Routing Help
From: "Bongo" <bongo@whydoyouneedtoknow.com>
Date: Fri, 08 Mar 2002 16:53:11 GMT

I need some help here. Is it possible for someone to call me from Hong Kong,
yet my Caller ID displays a number in New York? I've been getting calls from
a friend of mine who says she's in Hong Kong but many times when she calls a
(212) area code number pops up on my Caller ID. The other times she calls it
displays "Out Of Area". Any thoughts on this??? Thanx!



From imcomingforyouusama@verizon.net Sat Mar 09 06:48:50 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Number Routing Help
From: "nemesis enforcer" <imcomingforyouusama@verizon.net>
Date: Sat, 09 Mar 2002 14:48:50 GMT

yes, is she calling station to station?   is it call forwarded?  Call id
does have a few security glitches. To answer your question, it is possible.
"Bongo" <bongo@whydoyouneedtoknow.com> wrote in message
news:X%5i8.3190$Nd.231903@newsread2.prod.itd.earthlink.net...
> I need some help here. Is it possible for someone to call me from Hong
Kong,
> yet my Caller ID displays a number in New York? I've been getting calls
from
> a friend of mine who says she's in Hong Kong but many times when she calls
a
> (212) area code number pops up on my Caller ID. The other times she calls
it
> displays "Out Of Area". Any thoughts on this??? Thanx!
>
>



From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Sat Mar 09 18:15:09 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Number Routing Help
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 02:15:09 GMT


Two possibilities: 

(1) They are actually calling from 212, and aren't in Hong Kong after
all,

(2) (More likely) they are using some crappy long distance company
that can't pass the original Caller ID data (if any) and you are
getting the directory number of their outdial in New York (and if they
even need one of those, then they really are crappy!)


On Fri, 08 Mar 2002 16:53:11 GMT, "Bongo"
<bongo@whydoyouneedtoknow.com> wrote:

>I need some help here. Is it possible for someone to call me from Hong Kong,
>yet my Caller ID displays a number in New York? I've been getting calls from
>a friend of mine who says she's in Hong Kong but many times when she calls a
>(212) area code number pops up on my Caller ID. The other times she calls it
>displays "Out Of Area". Any thoughts on this??? Thanx!
>
>

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From ds_agent@hotmail.com Fri Mar 08 16:05:53 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: COCOTs: Operator Dialing
From: Mach <ds_agent@hotmail.com>
Date: Sat, 09 Mar 2002 00:05:53 GMT

What the fuck is wrong with your caps lock key? Is it broken so that it
only caps every other letter?


In article <20020225211623.16975.00000460@mb-dd.aol.com>,
PsYcHeDeLicFreeK <psychedelicfreek@aol.com> wrote:

> yeah, those where the ones i was talking about also.

From billdocks@hotmail.com Fri Mar 08 18:24:28 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: ReMobs
From: billdocks@hotmail.com (billy)
Date: 8 Mar 2002 18:24:28 -0800

Anyone here of a RemOb? Does it really work?

On an unrelated note does anyone have any wierd 555 numbers?

From av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc Fri Mar 08 21:40:44 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: ReMobs
From: av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc (av1d)
Date: 09 Mar 2002 05:40:44 GMT

>Anyone here of a RemOb? Does it really work?
>

They did at one time, but they aren't in existance anymore afaik, and they
weren't exactly like text files glorify them.
You can do almost the same thing with a DATU, except the conversaion is
scrambled and you can't stay on the line as long.

>On an unrelated note does anyone have any wierd 555 numbers?

555 is an unused prefix, set aside usually for media, like when you see "call
555-love" on a movie or whatever.
If I keep dialing any 555-xxxx number, the first call brings an out of area
message, the next, your call cannot be completed, next "blocking is now off"
twice, then another message and the whole thing loops. Thats weird.




-av1d
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Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: FrEE SeX VidZ  2287
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From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Sat Mar 09 17:57:47 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: WTF #1:
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 01:57:47 GMT


Does anyone know what really happened to The Web Page You Have
Reached?  



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From thecougar@SPAMSPAcenturyinter.net Tue Mar 12 13:51:59 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: WTF #1:
From: "The Captain" <thecougar@SPAMSPAcenturyinter.net>
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 16:51:59 -0500

as in somethingawful.com ?

if that's what youre talking about then it was just one of their tricks


Felis ex Inferis <dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net> wrote in message
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> Does anyone know what really happened to The Web Page You Have
> Reached?
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From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Tue Mar 12 17:11:06 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: WTF #1:
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 01:11:06 GMT


Nope, I mean twpyhr.com

On Tue, 12 Mar 2002 16:51:59 -0500, "The Captain"
<thecougar@SPAMSPAcenturyinter.net> wrote:

>as in somethingawful.com ?
>
>if that's what youre talking about then it was just one of their tricks
>
>
>Felis ex Inferis <dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net> wrote in message
>news:3c8abd62.89370496@news.newsfeeds.com...
>>
>> Does anyone know what really happened to The Web Page You Have
>> Reached?
>>
>>
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From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Sat Mar 09 18:09:13 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: WTF #2:
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 02:09:13 GMT


So I was going for a coffee in the local downtown mall today, when I
noticed that the Millennium payphones in the bank nearest the ground
floor washrooms now have Bell (Canada) logos on them!  These phones
are in 250, Telus country, and used to have Telus logos (and
originally, had BCTel logos as they were installed circa 1996).
There's nothing on Telus' web site about selling off payphone
locations to Bell Canada - or of a merger... anyone in 250/604/778
know anything that Telus isn't telling us about this?

My attention, by the way, was drawn to this bank of phones because one
of them was ringing - not impossible, as I have shown in the past, but
very unusual here.  All the payphones in that particular mall
(Victoria Eaton Centre, if you need to know) had earlier been verified
as NOT accepting incoming calls.

If Bell Canada is running these phones, but Bell Canada is not the LEC
here in BC, but they ARE an LEC somewhere else, does that make them
BOCOTs or COCOTs or a completely new flavour of COT?  




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From root@127.0.0.1 Sat Mar 09 18:37:22 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: WTF #2:
From: drumstik <root@127.0.0.1>
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 02:37:22 GMT

On Sun, 10 Mar 2002 02:09:13 GMT,
dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis) wrote:

>
>So I was going for a coffee in the local downtown mall today, when I
>noticed that the Millennium payphones in the bank nearest the ground
>floor washrooms now have Bell (Canada) logos on them!  These phones
>are in 250, Telus country, and used to have Telus logos (and
>originally, had BCTel logos as they were installed circa 1996).
>There's nothing on Telus' web site about selling off payphone
>locations to Bell Canada - or of a merger... anyone in 250/604/778
>know anything that Telus isn't telling us about this?
>
>My attention, by the way, was drawn to this bank of phones because one
>of them was ringing - not impossible, as I have shown in the past, but
>very unusual here.  All the payphones in that particular mall
>(Victoria Eaton Centre, if you need to know) had earlier been verified
>as NOT accepting incoming calls.

Was it a ringback/proctor test ring or an incoming call ring?  In my
area, the rings are distinctly different.

>If Bell Canada is running these phones, but Bell Canada is not the LEC
>here in BC, but they ARE an LEC somewhere else, does that make them
>BOCOTs or COCOTs or a completely new flavour of COT?

Hmm...good question...
--
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From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Sat Mar 09 18:57:12 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: WTF #2:
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 02:57:12 GMT


>>My attention, by the way, was drawn to this bank of phones because one
>>of them was ringing - not impossible, as I have shown in the past, but
>>very unusual here.  All the payphones in that particular mall
>>(Victoria Eaton Centre, if you need to know) had earlier been verified
>>as NOT accepting incoming calls.
>
>Was it a ringback/proctor test ring or an incoming call ring?  In my
>area, the rings are distinctly different.

I know what a ringback ring sounds like (we used to be able to provoke
it by dialing 311); this was a normal ring.

If a third-company has taken over the phones, they may have been
reverted to vanilla POTS lines.

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From root@127.0.0.1 Sun Mar 10 08:07:00 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: WTF #2:
From: drumstik <root@127.0.0.1>
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 16:07:00 GMT

On Sun, 10 Mar 2002 02:57:12 GMT,
dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis) wrote:

>
>>>My attention, by the way, was drawn to this bank of phones because one
>>>of them was ringing - not impossible, as I have shown in the past, but
>>>very unusual here.  All the payphones in that particular mall
>>>(Victoria Eaton Centre, if you need to know) had earlier been verified
>>>as NOT accepting incoming calls.
>>
>>Was it a ringback/proctor test ring or an incoming call ring?  In my
>>area, the rings are distinctly different.
>
>I know what a ringback ring sounds like (we used to be able to provoke
>it by dialing 311); this was a normal ring.

I wasn't sure if the different rings were just in my area or not.

>If a third-company has taken over the phones, they may have been
>reverted to vanilla POTS lines.

That'd be super-neat...good luck.
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From bbowers@adelphia.net Sat Mar 09 22:58:48 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Verizon
From: "Astro" <bbowers@adelphia.net>
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 06:58:48 GMT

I've heard many reports of Verizon payphones being un-phreakable. I was
wondering what the new standard is from the times of ma bell? What can and
can't be done, and what people have done. I'm trying to put together an
article on it for something or other, so any information would be
appreciated. You'll get a little plug in at the end if it gets published
anywhere, and as always regardless of whether or not if it published it will
be available to the public. Any information is welcome.

Thanks
--Astro



From anarchist_x23@hotmail.com Sun Mar 10 03:05:05 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: nokia sim card
From: "WiZe GuY" <anarchist_x23@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 11:05:05 -0000

try searching @ www.google.com for gsm unlocking or mobile or summin
similar, also at the market in my town they do unlocking for £2.50

"matt" <mattdvk@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:3a15a2dc.0202240058.741461c8@posting.google.com...
> Is there a master PUK code? Is there software to edit the sim card on
> a nokia 5190 threw fbus cable? Or is there anyway i can get passed
> this blocked sim card shit.



From anarchist_x23@hotmail.com Sun Mar 10 05:55:08 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: I want to learn Phreaking. :)
From: "WiZe GuY" <anarchist_x23@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 13:55:08 -0000

if you don't want to learn english use a traslator www.google.com has one i
think



"notten" <nottheten@hehehome.com> wrote in message
news:y07e8.57192$p5.9110880@news1.rdc1.nj.home.com...
> Freebear wrote:
>
> > I am Korea young man who there are many interests to Phreaking. :)
> > Korean people do not seem to take interest in Phreaking.
> > I want to learn Phreaking.
> > There is no Phreaking data in Korea.
> > Basis document or beginners informs good place to study please to me.
>
> English first, phreaking later. 70 percent of the phreaking docs
> and telco manuals are in english so learn that first, then you're
> on your way ;p
>
> notten
>



From unixpunkx@yahoo.com Tue Mar 12 10:26:57 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: In search of the elusive tone dialer
From: unixpunkx@yahoo.com (paracord)
Date: 12 Mar 2002 10:26:57 -0800

Does anyone know of a site that sells the old radioshack dialers or
some other brand that can be "modified" in the same way, i checked
ebay but all they had were the ones without memory any help would be
appreciated thanks.

From distrex@hotmail.com Sun Mar 24 15:24:21 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: In search of the elusive tone dialer
From: distrex@hotmail.com (distrex)
Date: 24 Mar 2002 15:24:21 -0800

> If you haven't found one by now ...
> 
> I have several extras (WITH memory) that ARE NOT modified. If you want
> to trust me; I'll send you one (we can bargain prices, iam guessing
> you just give me the 5 bucks I paid for it plus S&H). They work fine
> and one of 'em was only used once to test out batteries.
> 
> If you've already found one, dont care, dont trust people on
> alt.phreaking, or whatever; then its cool. Iam just throwing up an
> offer to help you out and get rid of some of the stuff that Iam not
> using.
> 
> - Cuebiz, www.telco-inside.org (perminently down)

i was wanting one do you think you could post your address or email it
to me at distres@hotmail.com. that would be helpful. thanx

From av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc Tue Mar 12 17:26:12 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: What?
From: av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc (av1d)
Date: 13 Mar 2002 01:26:12 GMT

>Knowing a person's phone number, what actual information can be found out
>about that person?  I'm a real n00b to phreaking, but it sounds interesting
>and I want to learn more about it.. Thanks
>
>~psyko-sonik

Well... as Chessucat demonstrated, you can use a search engine to try and find
more information.
Also you can use a reverse lookup, like the one at www.infospace.com


From shark@terracom.net Tue Mar 12 18:57:24 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: any phreaks out there from jerzee?
From: sharky <shark@terracom.net>
Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 02:57:24 GMT

Umm, this ain't gonna help, but i lived in jerzey for about a year after
i wuz born :-P


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From nacnac_15@yahoo.com Tue Mar 12 19:02:53 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Odd Calls
From: "destrux" <nacnac_15@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 22:02:53 -0500

i think he meant it was dumb cause the person wasted more time making the
little footnote "*=service provider" than if they would have just typed it
out in the first place. not to seem like a jackass, but, duh?

"sycophant" <cdiem@neumedia.net> wrote in message
news:3c8d1ea4_3@corp.newsgroups.com...
> haha yeah i was wondering myself, that's like typing "u" for "you" does it
> _really_ save that much time?
> "deadringer" <shinobi2@optonline.net> wrote in message
> news:nwRi8.64395$gQ.15584684@news02.optonline.net...
> > wouldnt it have been easier to just type service provider.
> > WiZe GuY <anarchist_x23@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:Z3si8.4605$yc2.658302@news2-win.server.ntlworld.com...
> > > i know some one who had a similar problem it was the sp* testing the
> line
> > >
> > > *=service provider
> > >
> > >
> > > "sycophant" <cdiem@neumedia.net> wrote in message
> > > news:3c8a472d_3@corp.newsgroups.com...
> > > > Every now and then when I pick up my phone to call someone, my phone
> > will
> > > > say -LINE USED- and if I turn it on I will hear sounds that resemble
a
> > > modem
> > > > or a fax machine.  When this happens the phone never rings so it
never
> > > > actually called, and the only way to fix it is to unplug the base of
> the
> > > > phone for a minute and plug it back in.  The phone company has
"reset"
> > out
> > > > line, but to no difference, it still happens.  Any ideas on what I
can
> > do?
> > > > Block the number?  anything?
> > > >
> > > > -sycophant
> > > >
> > > >
> > > >
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From nacnac_15@yahoo.com Tue Mar 12 19:11:52 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: is Somebody from Polend ?
From: "destrux" <nacnac_15@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Mar 2002 22:11:52 -0500

i thought it was Poland?
"Macias.." <macciej@poczta.onet.pl> wrote in message
news:9r6t0m$js2$1@news.tpi.pl...
>
>
>



From thephinn@DIESPAMDIEsdf.lonestar.org Wed Mar 13 17:26:47 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: is Somebody from Polend ?
From: "The Phinn" <thephinn@DIESPAMDIEsdf.lonestar.org>
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 01:26:47 -0000

> "destrux" <nacnac_15@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:u8tgq5g12thice@corp.supernews.com...
> > i thought it was Poland?
"konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:EUSj8.109404$V15.17848971@typhoon.nyroc.rr.com...
> um where did you get poland from?

Its for sale? eBay probably...

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From cpgryan@yahoo.com.au Tue Mar 12 23:29:02 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: voice mail
From: cpgryan@yahoo.com.au (spacey)
Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 07:29:02 GMT

In article <EzDi8.1618$9b4.1198337120@newssvr14.news.prodigy.com>, "vandree" <vandree@pacbell.net> wrote:
>is there a program that helps you find out a voice mail access code?
>I need a program that dials the same voice mail number, plus a 0, a 4 digit
>code. Every call, of course with a different code.
>
>Any suggestion is appreciated. Thanks.
>
>
i did a vmb hack text on vodafone it should be at 
www.nettwerked.net/hacking_vodafone.txt
it may help

From ic0n@pla440.zzn.com Sat Mar 23 12:37:14 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: voice mail
From: ic0n@pla440.zzn.com (ic0n)
Date: 23 Mar 2002 12:37:14 -0800

http://www.angelfire.com/oh4/iconja/31337/ic0n/vmb.txt

cpgryan@yahoo.com.au (spacey) wrote in message news:<dokl6a.s41.ln@news.kisser.net.au>...
> In article <EzDi8.1618$9b4.1198337120@newssvr14.news.prodigy.com>, "vandree" <vandree@pacbell.net> wrote:
> >is there a program that helps you find out a voice mail access code?
> >I need a program that dials the same voice mail number, plus a 0, a 4 digit
> >code. Every call, of course with a different code.
> >
> >Any suggestion is appreciated. Thanks.
> >
> >
> i did a vmb hack text on vodafone it should be at 
> www.nettwerked.net/hacking_vodafone.txt
> it may help

From jfaith@spunge.org Wed Mar 13 05:59:58 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: The Imitation Operator from Hell ......
From: jfaith@spunge.org (Cuebiz)
Date: 13 Mar 2002 05:59:58 -0800

Okay, this is one of the few files that I could recompile from my now
useless harddrive, its the crappy follow-up to the IOFH (bOFH parody):


http://groups.google.com/groups?q=imitation+operator&hl=en&selm=e8747872.0107120533.597f50d7%40posting.google.com&rnum=1


http://groups.google.com/groups?q=imitation+operator+from+hell&hl=en



 =============================================================
|                                                             |
| An Interesting morning for the Imitation operator from HELL |
| Written by: Cuebiz, 1/12/02                                 |
|                                                             |
 =============================================================

   I walk in to hear the dreaded phone ringing - I glance at my watch,
7:55am;
damn its early. I decide not to answer it after finding that
daydreaming is much more fun.

I hear footsteps, and see Gwen walk into the employee lounge and sit
next to me.

 "James, you're here on time. Iam confused - you're NEVER ... Why are
you early? Oh, wait, no - if you're thinking what I think you're
thinking ... NO! I wont have sex with you in the frame-room!"


"No, No. I dont want ... Well, unless you want to ... No, Gwen, Iam
just here early. Thats all. I had the worse dream last night."


"Oh; how bad was it?", Gwen eyes soften and she reaches over and grabs
my shoulder.


"It was weird, I had fell into the depths of hell. Are you familiar
with Dante Dante Alighieri's vision of hell in that book Inferno?
Where it's frozen cold and "sinners" are sentenced to stay frozen in
ice from their necks down? I went there! I was Dante!"

When I looked up at her, I knew that the compassion that I had
expected wasn't coming.She made a little gasp and smiled. Like I had
just told her a stupid joke.

"You weren't smoking anything before you went to hell, right?"


"NO! I mean it, it was scary. I dont know what to make of it."


"Maybe your subconcience is telling you something ..."


"WHAT!? Is it true? Am I subconciously trying to banish the Imitation
Operator from Hell? Am I only now meeting my greatest foe? Am _I_ my
greatest foe? Maybe I should try to be nicer to callers from now on
.... To save my soul ... maybe I should ..."


*Ring*

*Ring*

 Oh damn, the phone's at it again.

"Hello, Verizon, This is Jamie - how I can I help you?"

"Yes, errr uh, something is wrong with my cellphone. I uh, changed my
phone number about an hour ago and the other operator said that it
should work by now. She also said that if it didn't work, to call you
guys."

"Oh, could I get your cellular phone number, please, including the
area code."

"40432, 19, 013"

Usually, people with NO phone number rythym would piss me off, big
time. But, iam turning over a new leaf. Iam not going to let this
bring me to hell. I can over come this.

*tap* *tap* *tap* *tap*

I punch in his phone number and find that the idiot operator that
tried to help him earlierdidn't register his number. But, she entered
her ID # (I've recognized all of the ID #'s that belonged to the hot
chicks working in my building) on the customers form under "Last
Serviced by:". Maybe I could use this as grounds to ask her (the idiot
operator) out to lunch or to grab a cup of coffee or something.

"okay, did you already re-program the number into the NAM?"


"Excuse me?"


"I guess not. Okay, you have an Erricsson T19LX, correct?"


"yes".


"Okay, I want you to press #, 0, 0, 1, 6, 7, #, * and press yes. Does
it say DANGER?"

 After waiting for about five minutes ... He decides to finally let me
know that he's still alive.


"Excuse me? What did you want me to press?"

"#, 0, 0, 1, 6, 7, #, *, yes ... It should now say DANGER!"

"Okay. uh-huh, it does now say DANGER!"


"Good. Press yes. It should display your ESN or Electronic Serial
Number, press
 yes again to make it go away. It should now ..."

"Wait, wait ... What does ESN stand for again?"

"It doesn't matter. There wont be a test after this session."


"okay".


"It should now say something along the lines of ENTER NEW NUMBER. Do
you see this?".


"Okay."


"Now enter in your new number. 404, 321, 9013 and press yes. After you
do this, your phone will restart".


"What do I enter as my new number?"


"The phone number you gave me earlier."


"What phone number?"


"Sir, whats your cellular phone number?"


"40432, 19, 013"


"Yes, *THAT* number. Punch in *THAT* number*


"Okay, now what do I do?"


"Did you press yes?"


"No."

 How stupid can this guy be? He has no phone rythym and hasn't cought
onto the fact that he should press yes everytime he's finished
entering in a command.

"Well, sir, press yes"


"Okay, now what?"


"Thats it, sir. You're phone should work fine. Try making a local call
with it right now."

 I can hear his phone beep after every digit and then I hear him let
out a soft "YESSSS!".


"Okay, its working. Thank you SO very much!"


"YOu're welcome. Thank you for calling Verizon ...."

I can't help it, the Imitation Operator from Hell _MUST_NOT_ be kept
under lock and key!

"Sir? Are you still there?"


"Yes."


"From all of us at Verizon ... Fuck you, and I hope you have a shitty
day!"

*click*


The operator is back! Oh well, there's 8 minutes that I'll never see
again. I walk into the employee lounge and pop in my pirated edition
of RollerBall. That L.L Cool J guy really is one of the worse black
actors I've seen in years. I then take the time to change my bosses
screensaver to say "I molest my children whenever Iam not banging my
secretary. Oh god Iam horny!" and password protect it. That'll show
him! Damn Windows 98'er!

I drop a few slugs into the coke machine and fortunately enough, I
hock myself a free PEPSI. I walk to my panel singing to myself that
new PEPSI theme "ba ba ba ba ba, ba ba ba ba ba ... The Joy of cola
....".

The ol' light's ringing again. I need to hear ringing. Hrmmm, I flip
the magical switch and tada, it starts singing to me.

*ring*

*ring*

I like to let them wait. Hopefully, they'll hang up.

*ring*

*ring*

*ring*

Oh, we've got a persistant bugger. Here we go ....

"Thank you for calling Verizon, this is Jamie; how can I help you?"

I here a sound that went something like *beep* *pleep*
*kssshhhhhhhhh".

"Check your CallerId!", the voice yells to me.

"I check our ANI unit and it displays a phone number. Okay, its a
casual residential line, whats the big deal?"

"Excuse me?"

I hear the noise again! and to find out what he's trying to do - I
check the ANI unit again. It hadn't changed. It dawns on me what he's
trying to do. He's sending in CLID information! He doesn't know the
difference between ANI and CLID! This should be fun, I load up S.O.B
Version 1.0 (come on, be serious, you know that we _ALL_ have it).

"Look, kid! I have the same program you do!"

I play a few exported .wav's to him and then laugh. The other end
becomes silent; I can only imagine him on the other end - discovered,
scared, probably shitting in his pants while holding down the mute
button.

"Let me tell you what, I'll help you out a bit. We have ANI units,
kid. CLID is used only in our telemarketing department because we dont
give a shit about them. anyways. I'll just hang up on you now, okay?
bye, bye!"

*click*

I grab a roster labled "Trash" off of someones desk, Hrmmm, its the
DATU RT Users manual with all of our dial-ups on it. Whew, talk about
a secure team. I innocently write down the kids phone number, just in
case it gets boring later on tonight .....



More nights to come .....

From konflikt0rz@hotmail.com Wed Mar 13 10:34:58 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: The Imitation Operator from Hell ......
From: "konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 18:34:58 GMT

heheh, i love your story..
would you mind giving me access to a datu? ;)
"Cuebiz" <jfaith@spunge.org> wrote in message
news:e8747872.0203130559.4fec4b54@posting.google.com...
> Okay, this is one of the few files that I could recompile from my now
> useless harddrive, its the crappy follow-up to the IOFH (bOFH parody):
>
>
>
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=imitation+operator&hl=en&selm=e8747872.010
7120533.597f50d7%40posting.google.com&rnum=1
>
>
> http://groups.google.com/groups?q=imitation+operator+from+hell&hl=en
>
>
>
>  =============================================================
> |                                                             |
> | An Interesting morning for the Imitation operator from HELL |
> | Written by: Cuebiz, 1/12/02                                 |
> |                                                             |
>  =============================================================
>
>    I walk in to hear the dreaded phone ringing - I glance at my watch,
> 7:55am;
> damn its early. I decide not to answer it after finding that
> daydreaming is much more fun.
>
> I hear footsteps, and see Gwen walk into the employee lounge and sit
> next to me.
>
>  "James, you're here on time. Iam confused - you're NEVER ... Why are
> you early? Oh, wait, no - if you're thinking what I think you're
> thinking ... NO! I wont have sex with you in the frame-room!"
>
>
> "No, No. I dont want ... Well, unless you want to ... No, Gwen, Iam
> just here early. Thats all. I had the worse dream last night."
>
>
> "Oh; how bad was it?", Gwen eyes soften and she reaches over and grabs
> my shoulder.
>
>
> "It was weird, I had fell into the depths of hell. Are you familiar
> with Dante Dante Alighieri's vision of hell in that book Inferno?
> Where it's frozen cold and "sinners" are sentenced to stay frozen in
> ice from their necks down? I went there! I was Dante!"
>
> When I looked up at her, I knew that the compassion that I had
> expected wasn't coming.She made a little gasp and smiled. Like I had
> just told her a stupid joke.
>
> "You weren't smoking anything before you went to hell, right?"
>
>
> "NO! I mean it, it was scary. I dont know what to make of it."
>
>
> "Maybe your subconcience is telling you something ..."
>
>
> "WHAT!? Is it true? Am I subconciously trying to banish the Imitation
> Operator from Hell? Am I only now meeting my greatest foe? Am _I_ my
> greatest foe? Maybe I should try to be nicer to callers from now on
> .... To save my soul ... maybe I should ..."
>
>
> *Ring*
>
> *Ring*
>
>  Oh damn, the phone's at it again.
>
> "Hello, Verizon, This is Jamie - how I can I help you?"
>
> "Yes, errr uh, something is wrong with my cellphone. I uh, changed my
> phone number about an hour ago and the other operator said that it
> should work by now. She also said that if it didn't work, to call you
> guys."
>
> "Oh, could I get your cellular phone number, please, including the
> area code."
>
> "40432, 19, 013"
>
> Usually, people with NO phone number rythym would piss me off, big
> time. But, iam turning over a new leaf. Iam not going to let this
> bring me to hell. I can over come this.
>
> *tap* *tap* *tap* *tap*
>
> I punch in his phone number and find that the idiot operator that
> tried to help him earlierdidn't register his number. But, she entered
> her ID # (I've recognized all of the ID #'s that belonged to the hot
> chicks working in my building) on the customers form under "Last
> Serviced by:". Maybe I could use this as grounds to ask her (the idiot
> operator) out to lunch or to grab a cup of coffee or something.
>
> "okay, did you already re-program the number into the NAM?"
>
>
> "Excuse me?"
>
>
> "I guess not. Okay, you have an Erricsson T19LX, correct?"
>
>
> "yes".
>
>
> "Okay, I want you to press #, 0, 0, 1, 6, 7, #, * and press yes. Does
> it say DANGER?"
>
>  After waiting for about five minutes ... He decides to finally let me
> know that he's still alive.
>
>
> "Excuse me? What did you want me to press?"
>
> "#, 0, 0, 1, 6, 7, #, *, yes ... It should now say DANGER!"
>
> "Okay. uh-huh, it does now say DANGER!"
>
>
> "Good. Press yes. It should display your ESN or Electronic Serial
> Number, press
>  yes again to make it go away. It should now ..."
>
> "Wait, wait ... What does ESN stand for again?"
>
> "It doesn't matter. There wont be a test after this session."
>
>
> "okay".
>
>
> "It should now say something along the lines of ENTER NEW NUMBER. Do
> you see this?".
>
>
> "Okay."
>
>
> "Now enter in your new number. 404, 321, 9013 and press yes. After you
> do this, your phone will restart".
>
>
> "What do I enter as my new number?"
>
>
> "The phone number you gave me earlier."
>
>
> "What phone number?"
>
>
> "Sir, whats your cellular phone number?"
>
>
> "40432, 19, 013"
>
>
> "Yes, *THAT* number. Punch in *THAT* number*
>
>
> "Okay, now what do I do?"
>
>
> "Did you press yes?"
>
>
> "No."
>
>  How stupid can this guy be? He has no phone rythym and hasn't cought
> onto the fact that he should press yes everytime he's finished
> entering in a command.
>
> "Well, sir, press yes"
>
>
> "Okay, now what?"
>
>
> "Thats it, sir. You're phone should work fine. Try making a local call
> with it right now."
>
>  I can hear his phone beep after every digit and then I hear him let
> out a soft "YESSSS!".
>
>
> "Okay, its working. Thank you SO very much!"
>
>
> "YOu're welcome. Thank you for calling Verizon ...."
>
> I can't help it, the Imitation Operator from Hell _MUST_NOT_ be kept
> under lock and key!
>
> "Sir? Are you still there?"
>
>
> "Yes."
>
>
> "From all of us at Verizon ... Fuck you, and I hope you have a shitty
> day!"
>
> *click*
>
>
> The operator is back! Oh well, there's 8 minutes that I'll never see
> again. I walk into the employee lounge and pop in my pirated edition
> of RollerBall. That L.L Cool J guy really is one of the worse black
> actors I've seen in years. I then take the time to change my bosses
> screensaver to say "I molest my children whenever Iam not banging my
> secretary. Oh god Iam horny!" and password protect it. That'll show
> him! Damn Windows 98'er!
>
> I drop a few slugs into the coke machine and fortunately enough, I
> hock myself a free PEPSI. I walk to my panel singing to myself that
> new PEPSI theme "ba ba ba ba ba, ba ba ba ba ba ... The Joy of cola
> ....".
>
> The ol' light's ringing again. I need to hear ringing. Hrmmm, I flip
> the magical switch and tada, it starts singing to me.
>
> *ring*
>
> *ring*
>
> I like to let them wait. Hopefully, they'll hang up.
>
> *ring*
>
> *ring*
>
> *ring*
>
> Oh, we've got a persistant bugger. Here we go ....
>
> "Thank you for calling Verizon, this is Jamie; how can I help you?"
>
> I here a sound that went something like *beep* *pleep*
> *kssshhhhhhhhh".
>
> "Check your CallerId!", the voice yells to me.
>
> "I check our ANI unit and it displays a phone number. Okay, its a
> casual residential line, whats the big deal?"
>
> "Excuse me?"
>
> I hear the noise again! and to find out what he's trying to do - I
> check the ANI unit again. It hadn't changed. It dawns on me what he's
> trying to do. He's sending in CLID information! He doesn't know the
> difference between ANI and CLID! This should be fun, I load up S.O.B
> Version 1.0 (come on, be serious, you know that we _ALL_ have it).
>
> "Look, kid! I have the same program you do!"
>
> I play a few exported .wav's to him and then laugh. The other end
> becomes silent; I can only imagine him on the other end - discovered,
> scared, probably shitting in his pants while holding down the mute
> button.
>
> "Let me tell you what, I'll help you out a bit. We have ANI units,
> kid. CLID is used only in our telemarketing department because we dont
> give a shit about them. anyways. I'll just hang up on you now, okay?
> bye, bye!"
>
> *click*
>
> I grab a roster labled "Trash" off of someones desk, Hrmmm, its the
> DATU RT Users manual with all of our dial-ups on it. Whew, talk about
> a secure team. I innocently write down the kids phone number, just in
> case it gets boring later on tonight .....
>
>
>
> More nights to come .....



From konflikt0rz@hotmail.com Wed Mar 13 22:51:06 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Cell AUDIOVOX CDM 4000BA
From: "konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 06:51:06 GMT

hey, I need help with a AUDIOVOX CDM 4000 BA.
i stole it from this bitch a while ago, everytime i turn it on and hit a
key, it asks for a code... I don't have the code
is there a way I can reset it, and go into test mode and shit?
i need infos on any shit you can find for AUDIOVOX CDM 4000 BA.


-rambo



From cyberflash@c4.com Fri Mar 15 18:27:18 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Cell AUDIOVOX CDM 4000BA
From: cyberflash@c4.com (fullforce)
Date: 15 Mar 2002 18:27:18 -0800

hey dude,

The NAM Programming for the Audiovox 4000.

http://www.radioshack.com/ProdSupport/DocumentDetail/DocumentDetailIndex.asp?P=support_phones&D=2&T=htm

n3at

"konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<uLXj8.87388$nl1.14091481@typhoon.nyroc.rr.com>...
> hey, I need help with a AUDIOVOX CDM 4000 BA.
> i stole it from this bitch a while ago, everytime i turn it on and hit a
> key, it asks for a code... I don't have the code
> is there a way I can reset it, and go into test mode and shit?
> i need infos on any shit you can find for AUDIOVOX CDM 4000 BA.
> 
> 
> -rambo

From konflikt0rz@hotmail.com Sun Mar 17 15:11:32 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Cell AUDIOVOX CDM 4000BA
From: "konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 17 Mar 2002 23:11:32 GMT

:\
"fullforce" <cyberflash@c4.com> wrote in message
news:ad3bdf6d.0203151827.1ac8523e@posting.google.com...
> hey dude,
>
> The NAM Programming for the Audiovox 4000.
>
>
http://www.radioshack.com/ProdSupport/DocumentDetail/DocumentDetailIndex.asp
?P=support_phones&D=2&T=htm
>
> n3at
>
> "konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:<uLXj8.87388$nl1.14091481@typhoon.nyroc.rr.com>...
> > hey, I need help with a AUDIOVOX CDM 4000 BA.
> > i stole it from this bitch a while ago, everytime i turn it on and hit a
> > key, it asks for a code... I don't have the code
> > is there a way I can reset it, and go into test mode and shit?
> > i need infos on any shit you can find for AUDIOVOX CDM 4000 BA.
> >
> >
> > -rambo



From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Tue Mar 26 18:20:55 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Cell AUDIOVOX CDM 4000BA
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 02:20:55 GMT


This bitch wouldn't be your mom, would it?

I have files on several Audiovox models on artofhacking.com, and I
think I saw a 4000 model in there somewhere...

On Thu, 14 Mar 2002 06:51:06 GMT, "konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com>
wrote:

>hey, I need help with a AUDIOVOX CDM 4000 BA.
>i stole it from this bitch a while ago, everytime i turn it on and hit a
>key, it asks for a code... I don't have the code
>is there a way I can reset it, and go into test mode and shit?
>i need infos on any shit you can find for AUDIOVOX CDM 4000 BA.
>
>
>-rambo

---
www.artofhacking.com
Home of the TUCoPS H/P archives - Come get some!

From admin@peanutandbeard.com Thu Mar 14 13:23:50 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Is there any way to kill this lamer ?
From: "andy" <admin@peanutandbeard.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 21:23:50 +0000 (UTC)

I got some lamer phoning me up and puts the phone down as soon as i pick it
up, is there any way to phone the ****** back or get his number ? He stops
his caller ID ?



From root@127.0.0.1 Thu Mar 14 13:31:07 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Is there any way to kill this lamer ?
From: drumstik <root@127.0.0.1>
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 21:31:07 GMT

On Thu, 14 Mar 2002 16:23:50 -0500, andy wrote:

> I got some lamer phoning me up and puts the phone down as soon as i pick
> it up, is there any way to phone the ****** back or get his number ? He
> stops his caller ID ?

Have you called the phone company?

From jfaith@spunge.org Sun Mar 24 05:59:57 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Is there any way to kill this lamer ?
From: jfaith@spunge.org (Cuebiz)
Date: 24 Mar 2002 05:59:57 -0800

*69 and the like are CLASS services (FYI), of which should always have
a means of blocking *67'ed (sending a P bit /w the CLID info) calls. As
was said before, look through you local yellow pages (or white pages) to
find what to press to activate this service (blocking anonymous calls).


*THEN* several things could happen (its better to be aware of these):

1. he could just op divert the call and bypass CLASS services all
  together (usually reading "Out of Area" on CLID units).

2. He could use a calling card (same here).

3. payphones are always an option.

4. On a more advanced note, he could bluebox the call. Seeing that c5
  wasn't made to pass ANI or CLID.

5. He could be stupid enough to "un-block" his CLID info, and in which
   case ... he's fucked. *BUT* if he's stupid enough to let himself get
   into trouble ... more power to you my friend. more power to you.

Of course, the option to "call trace" is always there. *BUT* You will
not get any information. Call trace logs can only be given to law 
enforcment agencies - and can't be shown to the public. So, you'll end
up having to go to court (if they catch him) and miss a day of work.
So, that way sucks. Dont trace his call. Its for fucking wimps.

I could have gone more in depth about tracing the line yourself, but
it seems that you wanted a legal, easy way to go on this one.


- Cuebiz, Http://web.textfiles.com/ezines/KEYPULSE


> > "andy" <admin@peanutandbeard.com> wrote in news:
> > > I got some lamer phoning me up and puts the phone down as soon as i pick
> > it up, is there any way to phone the ****** back or get his number ? He
> > stops his caller ID ?

From mark12085@aol.comSPAMMO Thu Mar 14 19:17:59 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: New Redboxing Methods?
From: mark12085@aol.comSPAMMO (Mark Mark)
Date: 15 Mar 2002 03:17:59 GMT

I tried dialing a LD number to redbox earlier this week and noticed that while
the "please deposit..." message was playing, there was what sounded like
background music. Is that to deter boxing or was I hearing things? Also when I
used another ma bell phone today, I deposited one quarter but only heard a
click, no quater tone, after depositing my second quarter however, I heard what
sounded like a double-quarter tone (10 beeps). Would anyone be able to like two
quarter mp3's together to test it? Can anyone verify my observcations?

From sacredsoul@freemail.absa.co.za Fri Mar 15 16:04:08 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Respectfully searching for info
From: "sacredsoul" <sacredsoul@freemail.absa.co.za>
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 16:04:08 -0800

'Allo, 'Allo to all
1stly thanks to Phrozen Hell for some excellent software - re. last month
2 questions:

1:  Is there an effective way to camoflage one's fingers when been taken for
a finger print test by       the cops?

2:  If I have access to a broken public pay-phone - what should I take?

Thanks a million: - Tra$ėr



From nacnac_15@yahoo.com Sat Mar 23 21:27:42 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Respectfully searching for info
From: "destrux" <nacnac_15@yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2002 00:27:42 -0500

If you're really in deep shit, you can always just get a frying pan, heat it
up on high in the stove, and touch the bottom. It'll hurt like hell, but you
sure won't have anymore fingerprints for at least 2 weeks (if ever)
As for th second question... take the whole thing.... or whatever you can
get off of it.

"sacredsoul" <sacredsoul@freemail.absa.co.za> wrote in message
news:3c928cff_3@batman.vip-za.com...
> 'Allo, 'Allo to all
> 1stly thanks to Phrozen Hell for some excellent software - re. last month
> 2 questions:
>
> 1:  Is there an effective way to camoflage one's fingers when been taken
for
> a finger print test by       the cops?
>
> 2:  If I have access to a broken public pay-phone - what should I take?
>
> Thanks a million: - Tra$ėr
>
>



From scannerdlr@yahoo.com Fri Mar 15 20:48:28 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Scan of 1-800-555-91xx
From: scannerdlr@yahoo.com (blue_smurf)
Date: 15 Mar 2002 20:48:28 -0800

1-800-555-91xx Scan


Keys:

DIS = Disconnected (Recording)
NIS = Not in service. (Recording)
PBX = Private Branch Exchange.
(R) = Recording
Reorder = Fast busy signal.
VM/B/S = Voice Mail, Voice Mail Box, or Voice Mail System.
(V) = Live person answered.

--------------------------------------------------------------------


00    (R) You have reached a non working toll free number. 
01    Reorder     
02    (R) Call cannot be completed as dialed.    
03    Reorder
04    Reorder
05    (R) Talkline Ad.
06    (R) 32-4 The number you have dialed is invalid or blocked from
your area code.
07    Reorder
08    (R) 32-4 The number you have dialed is invalid or blocked from
your area code.
09    Reorder
10    (R) Talkline Ad.
11    (R) 32-4 The number you have dialed is invalid or blocked from
your area code.
12    (R) 32-4 The number you have dialed is invalid or blocked from
your area code.
13    Reorder
14    (R) Talkline Ad.
15    (R) You have dialed a number that is not available from your
calling area. 118t
16    (R) Call cannot be completed as dialed. 212
17    Some company's VM.
18    (R) Call cannot be completed as dialed. 212
19    Busy
20    (V) Some company.
21    (R) Geico Insurance.
22    (R) Geico Insurance.
23    (R) Geico Insurance's Billing System.
24    (R) Geico Insurance.
25    (R) Geico Insurance.
26    Geico Insurance's Travel Office (VM).
27    PBX! (Probably Geico's)
28    (R) Geico Insurance.
29    (R) Geico Insurance.
30    NIS 100 76
31    (R) Please enter your personal identification number.
32    No Answer
33    NIS 100 76
34    (R) Jenny Craig.
35    No Answer
36    (R) Please enter your personal identification number.
37    (R) Some long distance carrier.
38    NIS 100 76
39    (R) The speedslot dialed does not exist... 11 ??
40    (R) Some company.
41    Some company's VM.
42    (R) 32-4 The number you have dialed is invalid or blocked from
your area code.
43    Some lady's VMB (Audix)
44    (R) Talkline Ad.
45    (V) Some company. (Weird electronic ring)
46    (R) 32-4 The number you have dialed is invalid or blocked from
your area code.
47    (R) 32-4 The number you have dialed is invalid or blocked from
your area code.
48    (R) You have dialed a number that is not available from your
calling area. 118t
49    DIS 061t
50    (R) Talkline Ad.
51    NIS 
52    (R) Talkline Ad.
53    No Answer (Loud electronic ring)    
54    (R) Some Doctor's office. 
55    (R) Call cannot be completed as dialed.
56    (R) Some company.
57    (R) Please wait for the next available customer messaging agent.
58    (V) Some company. (Loud electronic ring)
59    Some company's VM.
60    (R) Some company. (They accept collect calls!)
61    Busy
62    (R) Call cannot be completed as dialed. 212
63    (R) Please wait for the next available customer messaging agent.
64    Reorder
65    (R) Talkline Ad.
66    (R) Phone sex line.
67    AT&T Easy Reach 800 
68    (R) Please wait for the next available customer messaging agent.
69    (R) Talkline Ad.
70    (R) It gives you options on reaching Jim Putnam.
71    No Answer (Diverts)
72    (R) Please wait for the next available customer messaging agent.
73    (R) Talkline Ad.
74    (R) Talkline Ad.
75    AT&T Easy Reach 800
76    AT&T Easy Reach 800
77    (R) 12 Your call cannot be completed as dialed.
78    ptu 39 NIS
79    NIS
80    (R) Call cannot be completed as dialed.
81    NIS
82    (R) Talkline Ad.
83    (R) Talkline Ad.
84    (R) Talkline Ad.
85    No Answer
86    (R) Talkline Ad.
87    DIS 061t
88    DIS/NIS dlt 01
89    (R) Talkline Ad.
90    DIS 061t
91    (R) It's in a Foreign language.
92    No Answer
93    (R) 12 Your call cannot be completed as dialed.
94    (R) Talkline Ad.
95    (R) 12 Your call cannot be completed as dialed.
96    DIS 016t
97    (V) Some plumbing company ?
98    (R) Call cannot be completed as dialed.
99    (R) Phone sex line.

From widget9545@aol.com Sat Mar 16 06:37:52 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Does this phreak work
From: widget9545@aol.com (Widget9545)
Date: 16 Mar 2002 14:37:52 GMT

Does anyone know if this works?  If you want the file send an e-mail to
Widget9545@aol.com  Sorry about the pics.

                     
*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*
*            How to "steal" local calls from most Payphones         *
*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*-+-*
                           by the Jolly Roger

Now to make free local calls, you need a finishing nail.  I highly
recommend "6D E.G. FINISH C/H, 2 INCH" nails.  These are about 3/32 of
an inch in diameter and 2 inches long (of course).  You also need a large
size paper clip. By large  I  mean they  are  about  2  inches  long
(FOLDED). Then  you  unfold the paper clip.  Unfold it by taking each piece
and moving it out 90 degrees.  When it is done it should look somewhat
like this: 

                               /----------\
                               :          :
                               :          :
                               :          :
                               :          :
                                          \-----     

Now,  on to the neat stuff.  What you do,  instead of unscrewing the 
glued-on  mouthpiece,  is  insert the nail into the center  hole  of
the mouthpiece  (where you talk) and push it in with
pressure or just hammer it in by hitting the nail on something. 
Just DON'T KILL THE  MOUTHPIECE! You  could  damage  it
if you insert the nail too far or  at  some  weird angle.  If  this
happens then the other party won't be able to hear  what you say.
You now have a hole in the mouthpiece in which you can easily insert the 
paper clip. So, take out the nail and put in the paper  clip.
Then take the other end of the paper clip and shove it under the rubber
cord protector at the bottom of the handset (you know, the blue guy...).
This should end up looking remotely like...like this:
                            /----------\      Mouthpiece
                            :          :   
            Paper clip -->  :          :     /
                            :      /---:---\
                            :      :   : 
                            :------------>
        ====================\---))):
                                   :  To earpiece ->
                                   ^              ^
                                   \-------------------->
                                   :              :
                                   :              :         
                                 Cord          Blue guy
(The  paper clip is shoved under the blue guy to make a  good  connection
between the inside of the mouthpiece and the metal cord.)
Now,  dial  the number of a local number you wish to  call,  sayyyy, 
MCI.  If  everything  goes okay, it should ring and not answer with the 
"The Call You Have Made Requires a 20 Cent Deposit" recording.  After the 
other  end  answers  the phone, remove the  paper  clip.  It's  all  that 
simple, see?
There  are  a couple problems,  however.  One  is,  as  I mentioned 
earlier, the mouthpiece not working after you punch it.  If this  
happens to you,  simply move on to the next payphone.  The one you are
now on  is lost.  Another problem is that the touch tones won't work
when the paper clip is in the mouthpiece. There are two ways around this..
A> Dial the first 6 numbers.  This should be done without the  paper 
clip making the connection, i.e., one side should not be connected.
Then connect  the paper clip,  hold down the last digit,  and slowly
pull  the paper clip out at the mouthpiece's end.
B> Don't  use  the paper clip at all.  Keep the nail  in  after  you punch
it.  Dial the first 6 digits.  Before dialing the last digit, touch
the nail head to the plate on the main body of the phone,  the money
safe thingy..then press the last number. The  reason  that this method
is sometimes called  clear  boxing  is because  there is
another type of phone which lets you actually make  the call  and  listen
to  them say "Hello,  hello?"  but  it  cuts  off  the mouthpiece  so they
can't hear you.  The Clear Box is used  on  that  to amplify your voice
signals and send it through the earpiece. If you  see how  this  is
even slightly similar to the method I have just described up there,
kindly explain it to ME!! Cause I don't GET IT!  Anyways,  this DOES
work on almost all single slot,  Dial Tone First payphones (Pacific Bell
for sure).  I do it all the time.  This  is  the least,  I STRESS
*LEAST*, risky form of Phreaking.

I was unable to update this one.  From what I recall, it stil worked.  
Look for payfones w/o the little volume button in the upper left of the
casing.  They should be old enough to use..        -Exodus-

From noreply@207.46.197.113 Sat Mar 16 07:20:15 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Does this phreak work
From: noreply@207.46.197.113 (Eater)
Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2002 15:20:15 GMT

In article <20020316093752.00835.00001254@mb-ck.aol.com>, Widget9545 wrote:
> Does anyone know if this works?  If you want the file send an e-mail to
> Widget9545@aol.com  Sorry about the pics.

Isn't this what that kid did in Wargames?
I know that text file has been around for 10+ years, I'd doubt if it works
anymore. *shrug*



From psychedelicfreek@aol.com Sat Mar 16 11:07:20 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Does this phreak work
From: psychedelicfreek@aol.com (PsYcHeDeLicFreeK)
Date: 16 Mar 2002 19:07:20 GMT

i remember posting that same question to this ng, someone said it doesnt work
anymore.

From coolchicki420@aol.com Sat Mar 16 11:50:50 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Does this phreak work
From: coolchicki420@aol.com (COOLCHICKI420)
Date: 16 Mar 2002 19:50:50 GMT

that shit is so outdated    

From jfaith@spunge.org Tue Mar 19 07:58:32 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Does this phreak work
From: jfaith@spunge.org (Cuebiz)
Date: 19 Mar 2002 07:58:32 -0800

I actually still have a cache version of it. All of the pictures are
gone, which kinda defeats one of the main purposes of the file (I made
schematics, and had pictures of my jbox) and the links no longer work.
Most of the text just covers the different aspects of international
blueboxing (accessing BY VFY trunks both KP1 and KP2, non-PCM R2
signalling, CCITT 4 pulsing, guard tones, et cetera ...) with a
JollyBox. If you still want it, respond to this post and then I guess
I'll just send it to your posting address ;)

- Cuebiz

"The Phinn" <thephinn@DIESPAMDIEsdf.lonestar.org> wrote in message news:
> Do you still have a copy of your write-up, or know where I can get it? I'll
> be interested in reading it.
> 
> The Phinn

From rain409@hotmail.com Sun Mar 17 02:45:21 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Caller ID - ANAC/ANI question
From: rain409@hotmail.com (Sm704)
Date: 17 Mar 2002 02:45:21 -0800

If I called a person on their personal toll free number and I blocked
my name/number by doing *67, if the person has caller ID, would my
name and/or number show up on the caller ID?? Since it's a toll free
number and all...

From ic0n@pla440.zzn.com Sun Mar 17 11:16:30 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Caller ID - ANAC/ANI question
From: ic0n@pla440.zzn.com (ic0n)
Date: 17 Mar 2002 11:16:30 -0800

okay if they just have caller id and nothing else on there line they
won't be able to get your number when you dial *67. but if they have
ani on there given line they will be able to get your ani. if you
think they have ani op divert and then you will be safe.


rain409@hotmail.com (Sm704) wrote in message news:<4c517b80.0203170245.146edb83@posting.google.com>...
> If I called a person on their personal toll free number and I blocked
> my name/number by doing *67, if the person has caller ID, would my
> name and/or number show up on the caller ID?? Since it's a toll free
> number and all...

From root@127.0.0.1 Sun Mar 17 11:58:24 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Caller ID - ANAC/ANI question
From: drumstik <root@127.0.0.1>
Date: Sun, 17 Mar 2002 19:58:24 GMT

On Sun, 17 Mar 2002 14:16:30 -0500, ic0n wrote:

> okay if they just have caller id and nothing else on there line they
> won't be able to get your number when you dial *67. but if they have ani
> on there given line they will be able to get your ani. if you think they
> have ani op divert and then you will be safe.

Unless it passes the ANI, like some do

From shinobi2@optonline.net Sun Mar 17 18:28:50 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Caller ID - ANAC/ANI question
From: "deadringer" <shinobi2@optonline.net>
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 02:28:50 GMT

you really have to be careful who you op-divert through, always check first
to see if it passes ani by op-diverting a call to an anac to make sure..
also, i thik its at&t that passes your ani, only to other at&T numbers..
maybe ic0n can clear that up a little more than i can
"drumstik" <root@127.0.0.1> wrote in message
news:pan.2002.03.17.14.57.23.593429.26195@127.0.0.1...
> On Sun, 17 Mar 2002 14:16:30 -0500, ic0n wrote:
>
> > okay if they just have caller id and nothing else on there line they
> > won't be able to get your number when you dial *67. but if they have ani
> > on there given line they will be able to get your ani. if you think they
> > have ani op divert and then you will be safe.
>
> Unless it passes the ANI, like some do



From konflikt0rz@hotmail.com Sun Mar 17 15:12:25 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Caller ID - ANAC/ANI question
From: "konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 17 Mar 2002 23:12:25 GMT

is that you crypty? hahahaha
"Sm704" <rain409@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:4c517b80.0203170245.146edb83@posting.google.com...
> If I called a person on their personal toll free number and I blocked
> my name/number by doing *67, if the person has caller ID, would my
> name and/or number show up on the caller ID?? Since it's a toll free
> number and all...



From jfaith@spunge.org Sun Mar 17 21:05:08 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Caller ID - ANAC/ANI question
From: jfaith@spunge.org (Cuebiz)
Date: 17 Mar 2002 21:05:08 -0800

Okay, since they're only renting the WATS # in question (aren't we
all?),
they WILL have (and can request) a copy of their telephone bill which
will have transcribed EVERY NUMBER that called in (along with all
outgoing toll charges). They COULD just write down the time/date the
call took place and wait till their bill comes in to get back at you.

And obviously, there's ANI, which is already intigrated with WATS
lines. If they have a ANI console (box) then there's practically
nothing that you can do about them having your number (seeing that
small CLECs are practically the only people that DONT forward ANI
packets now-a-days).

Now, as with CLID (what most people use as "unwanted caller
protection"); you're safe with *67. ANI is the only way that they'll
end up catching you (dont worry 'bout it, when voIP phones start
getting intigrated with residentials, this wont be a problem anymore
[can we say major bugs?])

> rain409@hotmail.com (Sm704) wrote in message news:
> If I called a person on their personal toll free number and I blocked
> my name/number by doing *67, if the person has caller ID, would my
> name and/or number show up on the caller ID?? Since it's a toll free
> number and all...

From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Fri Mar 22 18:53:27 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Caller ID - ANAC/ANI question
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2002 02:53:27 GMT


>And obviously, there's ANI, which is already intigrated with WATS
>lines. If they have a ANI console (box) then there's practically
>nothing that you can do about them having your number (seeing that
>small CLECs are practically the only people that DONT forward ANI
>packets now-a-days).

ANI is present on many commercial WATS lines, and especially on those
operated by resellers of WATS service.  But personal WATS is really
just a forwarding service - someone calls your toll free number, the
call gets forwarded to the residential POTS line of your choice, and
you have no opportunity to even request ANI terminal equipment (the
telco would just tell you, being a residential subscriber, to get
Caller ID).  So ANI isn't something you have to worry about on a
real-time basis.  However the service provider DOES get ANI and
doesn't necessarily directly pass Caller ID, instead opting to
synthesize it themselves from their ANI data.  This is, theoretically,
when Caller ID boxes can receive supposedly-blocked numbers.   If
there are any Toll-Free services out there that do this I'd like to
get a list of them.

In fact such a service, implemented deliberately as opposed to
negligently as I suspect it may, could command a premium rate among a
certain clientele.  Hmm, maybe I should move this to
biz.opportunities... 

However, most personal toll-free services, especially those run by
major long distance companies, pass Caller ID verbatim, and if it's
blocked, tough shit.  Those same companies are likely to print
"Private" or "Out of Area" on the bill.

>
>Now, as with CLID (what most people use as "unwanted caller
>protection"); you're safe with *67. ANI is the only way that they'll
>end up catching you (dont worry 'bout it, when voIP phones start
>getting intigrated with residentials, this wont be a problem anymore
>[can we say major bugs?])
>
>> rain409@hotmail.com (Sm704) wrote in message news:
>> If I called a person on their personal toll free number and I blocked
>> my name/number by doing *67, if the person has caller ID, would my
>> name and/or number show up on the caller ID?? Since it's a toll free
>> number and all...

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From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Fri Mar 22 18:41:53 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Caller ID - ANAC/ANI question
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2002 02:41:53 GMT


If it's a personal toll free number, they almost certainly don't have
ANI.  However, they may get your number on their bill at the end of
the month - personal toll free numbers are usually itemized as if they
were outgoing calls.  That said, it's also possible that the toll-free
provider would print "Out of Area" or "Private Caller" on the bill for
such calls.

On 17 Mar 2002 02:45:21 -0800, rain409@hotmail.com (Sm704) wrote:

>If I called a person on their personal toll free number and I blocked
>my name/number by doing *67, if the person has caller ID, would my
>name and/or number show up on the caller ID?? Since it's a toll free
>number and all...

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From jfaith@spunge.org Sun Mar 17 03:12:41 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: iam really, really bored.
From: jfaith@spunge.org (Cuebiz)
Date: 17 Mar 2002 03:12:41 -0800

bored .............

- Cuebiz, http://web.textfiles.com/ezines/KEYPULSE/




EVERLONG
--------
Hello, I've waited here for you, everlong 
Tonight, I throw myself into 
and out of the red, Out of her head she sang 

Come down and waste away with me, 
down with me 

Slow how, you wanted it to be, 

I'm over my head, out of her head she sang 

And I wonder; when I sing along with you 
If everything could ever feel this real forever 
If anything could ever be this good again.
 
The only thing I'll ever ask of you 
You've got to promise not to stop when I say when 

She sang ...

Breathe out, so I can breathe you in;
hold you in...

And now, I know you've always been;
out of your head, Out of my head I sang 

And I wonder, when I sing along with you 
If everything could ever feel this real forever 
If anything could ever be this good again 

The only thing I'll ever ask of you 
You've got to promise not to stop when I say When 

she sang...

And I wonder if everything could ever feel this real forever 
If anything could ever be this good again 
The only thing I'll ever ask of you 
You've got to promise not to stop when I say when

From poppinfresh@qwest.net Mon Mar 18 22:05:18 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Props
From: "Fletch" <poppinfresh@qwest.net>
Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2002 23:05:18 -0700

I have had an interest in phreaking for a long long time but have never
really acted on my interest besides taking time to read interesting articles
and stuff like that on the topic. But when coming across this newsgroup I
have to say that I am impressed with the ammount of information here, and
how you guys are composing yourselves.

It has really sparked my interest even more, and I believe this is a very
valuable asset in the life of a newsgroup, and this leads me to believe that
this one has been around for a while... =o

Keep it up!



From shinobi2@optonline.net Tue Mar 19 23:05:03 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: ringing own phone
From: "deadringer" <shinobi2@optonline.net>
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 07:05:03 GMT

in my area the ringback is 958.. but on payphones around here it used to be
660-XXXX(last 4 digits of the number) then flash the hook 3 times.
"COOLCHICKI420" <coolchicki420@aol.com> wrote in message
news:20020320005137.26335.00002296@mb-cd.aol.com...
> yeah its called a ring back number.



From av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc Wed Mar 20 00:05:15 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: ringing own phone
From: av1d@aol.com.wipo.cc (av1d)
Date: 20 Mar 2002 08:05:15 GMT

>When I was a kid, I remeber there was a number you could call, then click
>the switchhook 3 or 4 times quickly, hang up, and your own phone would ring.
>Then it stopped working.
>
>Does anyone know how to make the phone you are calling from ring?

Yeah, you can use a wake-up service if you don't have ringback anymore.
There are free wake-up services around somewhere...

From bvhuef@gfd4jhgfmd32p.net Wed Mar 20 03:30:08 2002
Newsgroups: alt.php.sql,alt.phreak.nl,alt.phreaking,alt.phylum-chordata.is.a.paedophile
Subject: CRIMES DONE BY A EVIL MAN AND ITS ENTERPRISE  36
From: bvhuef@gfd4jhgfmd32p.net
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 11:30:08 +0000 (UTC)

(We have found out a site that shows what a evil man is doing to people in the city of lisbon, and without asking the webmaster of the site we decided to share it to all concerned with justice... lets make pressure to the evil guy by sending him emails :-)  )
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

FOR MORE INFO AND ALL THE EVIDENCES OF THE CRIMES DONE BY THIS MAN AND ITS ENTERPRISE ADVANCED REALITY ( www.advanced-reality.pt ---  info@advanced-reality.pt )
>>  http://accbl.cjb.net  <<


LEONAR|DO MELO PAREDES - A evil man in portugal (lisbon), and his crime enterprise:

LEO|NARDO PARE|DES with the aid of his enterprise www.advanced-reality.pt , is doing massive abuses, like making promisses and agreedments that never intended to keep, making death/fisical abuse THREATS to some people, like only using PIRATE SOFTWARE in his enterprise, and never paying IRS to the Portuguese State. Also, besides the threats, LEONARDO SAVAGELY BEATED BY SURPRISE one person that said that would talk to the police about the crimes he was comiting... this and much more to see in the site  >>  http://accbl.cjb.net  << .... (only in portuguese)

FOR MORE INFO AND ALL THE EVIDENCES OF THE CRIMES DONE BY THIS MAN AND ITS ENTERPRISE  ADVANCED REALITY ( www.advanced-reality.pt ---  info@advanced-reality.pt )
>>  http://accbl.cjb.net  <<
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From xxbob.nn@kkjlljkkjlk.com Wed Mar 20 11:23:46 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: ring back numbers
From: "Bob" <xxbob.nn@kkjlljkkjlk.com>
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 14:23:46 -0500

Thanks to the group for info on ring back numbers.  However, I have yet to
find one that *works*.
Does anyone have one that they can verify *right now*?
Thanks,
Bob



From khecka@ppchq.org Thu Mar 21 04:17:17 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Op diverting
From: khecka <khecka@ppchq.org>
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2002 12:17:17 GMT

"konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com> wrote in
news:qDVc8.108273$dh.29287394@typhoon.nyroc.rr.com: 

> Hey, I need a new way to op divert..
> local operators won't dial 800s for me anymore :(
> and 10 10 2880 won't let me dial 800s either :(
> 
> I've tried tons of 800 numbers where you talk to an op, but they wont
> dial 800s (even if i am visually impaired! heheh)
> 
> can anyone help me out?
> 
> 

10-10-4440
10-16-7460

khecka

From turbanator2k2@yahoo.com Sat Mar 23 05:41:50 2002
Newsgroups: alt.2600.phreakz,alt.phreaking
Subject: Calling card algorithm
From: turbanator2k2@yahoo.com (turbanator2k2)
Date: 23 Mar 2002 05:41:50 -0800

In the alt.2600/#Hack FAQ it mentions how to check if you have a valid
credit card number using an algorithm.  I was wondering if there was a
similar way to check to see if you had a valid calling card number.

From ic0n@pla440.zzn.com Sat Mar 23 12:31:48 2002
Newsgroups: alt.2600.phreakz,alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Calling card algorithm
From: ic0n@pla440.zzn.com (ic0n)
Date: 23 Mar 2002 12:31:48 -0800

turbanator2k2@yahoo.com (turbanator2k2) wrote in message news:<bcf17df8.0203230541.3044fd1f@posting.google.com>...
> In the alt.2600/#Hack FAQ it mentions how to check if you have a valid
> credit card number using an algorithm.  I was wondering if there was a
> similar way to check to see if you had a valid calling card number.


Yes you would need to know someone with about 20 of the same calling
card and you should be able to get a few free calling cards.

From ic0n@pla440.zzn.com Sat Mar 23 12:34:01 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: telco-inside.org
From: ic0n@pla440.zzn.com (ic0n)
Date: 23 Mar 2002 12:34:01 -0800

Yes and everyone that agree's win's a cookie too

drumstik <root@127.0.0.1> wrote in message news:<5umm9u8cahimec51gvsf6p5e3bfgt68alv@4ax.com>...
> On Thu, 21 Mar 2002 21:33:44 GMT, "deadringer"
> <shinobi2@optonline.net> wrote:
> 
> >man, tron is a scumbag
> 
> I think that's the general consensus...

From konflikt0rz@hotmail.com Sat Mar 23 17:03:48 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: telco-inside.org
From: "konflikt" <konflikt0rz@hotmail.com>
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2002 01:03:48 GMT

That's alot of cookies dude.
"ic0n" <ic0n@pla440.zzn.com> wrote in message
news:9e02d3e6.0203231234.420186b2@posting.google.com...
> Yes and everyone that agree's win's a cookie too
>
> drumstik <root@127.0.0.1> wrote in message
news:<5umm9u8cahimec51gvsf6p5e3bfgt68alv@4ax.com>...
> > On Thu, 21 Mar 2002 21:33:44 GMT, "deadringer"
> > <shinobi2@optonline.net> wrote:
> >
> > >man, tron is a scumbag
> >
> > I think that's the general consensus...



From shinobi2@optonline.net Sun Mar 24 18:14:48 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: telco-inside.org
From: "deadringer" <shinobi2@optonline.net>
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2002 02:14:48 GMT

ok ok tron we're sorry for making fun of you please dont unleash your wrath
on anyone
"TRON" <tron@NOSPAMcellularsecrets.net> wrote in message
news:CScn8.5677$pZ6.2601382@twister.socal.rr.com...
> Don't worry Zachary, yours is coming soon kid.
>
>   TRON
>
> "ic0n" <ic0n@pla440.zzn.com> wrote in message
> news:9e02d3e6.0203231234.420186b2@posting.google.com...
> > Yes and everyone that agree's win's a cookie too
> >
> > drumstik <root@127.0.0.1> wrote in message
> news:<5umm9u8cahimec51gvsf6p5e3bfgt68alv@4ax.com>...
> > > On Thu, 21 Mar 2002 21:33:44 GMT, "deadringer"
> > > <shinobi2@optonline.net> wrote:
> > >
> > > >man, tron is a scumbag
> > >
> > > I think that's the general consensus...
>
>



From nacnac_15@yahoo.com Sat Mar 23 21:17:30 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: arkansas p/h
From: "destrux" <nacnac_15@yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2002 00:17:30 -0500

It sounded cool and was one I hadn't seen yet, and I tend to break
everything I touch.
I'm from Pa (570).

"distrex" <distrex@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:d9ea2696.0203191726.372e1811@posting.google.com...
> "destrux" <nacnac_15@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:<u9ab9fmiij0dbb@corp.supernews.com>...
> > nice name
> > lol
> > -destrux
> >
> > "distrex" <distrex@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:d9ea2696.0203170711.2416d294@posting.google.com...
> > > i've been locking in my area for some local h/p and i thought this
> > > would be a good place to start. if you are a arkansas h/p send me and
> > > e-mail. distrex@hotmail.com
>
> i like yours to where'd you come up with it
> p.s. do you live in Ar.



From fragnificent@hotmail.com Sun Mar 24 15:15:50 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: arkansas p/h
From: fragnificent@hotmail.com (Fragnificent)
Date: 24 Mar 2002 15:15:50 -0800

Awesome! You live in 570 too? So do I. E-mail me sometime maybe we can
cause some trouble at the viewmont mall...

From linda@biteme.ndi.ndi Sun Mar 24 11:12:21 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: I need to find actual pictures of transmission parts
From: linda@biteme.ndi.ndi
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2002 11:12:21 -0800

Linda Channell, (740) 548-6874, 88 Ravine Rd, Powell, OH 43065 
Mine's a 1996 maroon model Saturn
Astro Transmission Help 
I need to find actual pictures of transmission parts (modulator in 
particular).  



Kassur MD, Michael
5965 E Broad St Ste 230 
Columbus, OH 43213
(614)759-5075

                _          
         

From distrex@hotmail.com Sun Mar 24 15:37:22 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Help With A Red Box
From: distrex@hotmail.com (distrex)
Date: 24 Mar 2002 15:37:22 -0800

to answer your question One 2 eight D i made a very small red box out
of a walmart mini phone if you want the instructions email me or i'll
post them here

From cyber_thief25@hotmail Sun Mar 24 15:53:31 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Rock Box plans or something similar
From: cyber_thief25@hotmail -dot-.com (Cyber Thief)
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2002 23:53:31 GMT

Hey all,

 Has anyone ever tried constructing Video Vindicator's "Rock Box"?
I think Fixer's Box Review gave it a low plausibility rating, although I'm not 
sure as I don't have the URL on hand. I'm working on a new project, and I need 
something that will provide a CLEAN audio connection to my line. I used to have 
a Rat Shack telephone recorder dohicky that claimed it could channel audio into 
the line, but it never worked for that purpose. I would like a "do-it-yourself" 
kind of project anyway. I could care less about recording. I just need 
something for playing tones into the line. Any suggestions?

Thanks,
CT

cyber_thief25@hotmail-dot-com
1-800-553-2112 Box 1104


From dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net Tue Mar 26 19:34:48 2002
Newsgroups: alt.phreaking
Subject: Re: Rock Box plans or something similar
From: dethNUKETHISmeow@pacificTHISTOOcoast.net (Felis ex Inferis)
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 03:34:48 GMT


I'd suggest building something like the Inter Box.  I think you can
find that file on artofhacking.com (Tucops:Phreaking:Boxes).  There
may be something you can get at Sh1tshack that does more or less the
same thing too (other than the recording interface, I have that thing
too and it's crap).  

The Box Review's main criticism of the Rock Box and its immediate
siblings is that the author of the text file obviously (to anyone with
a technical background) had no technical background, and was in no
position to be telling people how to mess with their phones.

On Sun, 24 Mar 2002 23:53:31 GMT, cyber_thief25@hotmail -dot-.com
(Cyber Thief) wrote:

>Hey all,
>
> Has anyone ever tried constructing Video Vindicator's "Rock Box"?
>I think Fixer's Box Review gave it a low plausibility rating, although I'm not 
>sure as I don't have the URL on hand. I'm working on a new project, and I need 
>something that will provide a CLEAN audio connection to my line. I used to have 
>a Rat Shack telephone recorder dohicky that claimed it could channel audio into 
>the line, but it never worked for that purpose. I would like a "do-it-yourself" 
>kind of project anyway. I could care less about recording. I just need 
>something for playing tones into the line. Any suggestions?
>
>Thanks,
>CT
>
>cyber_thief25@hotmail-dot-com
>1-800-553-2112 Box 1104
>

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