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TUCoPS :: Phreaking General Information :: mod503.txt

Hacking 503 codes on PBXs







Panther Modernz Phile #3
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Discovered and Typed by Sir Hairy Legg
(Aka Hairy Leech) of Panther Modernz.

Note: Fomatted once again with 40
columns for your lame printer.

Another Note: Just for the hell of it
I'd like to say that the law of this
great land forbids using this info in
any way.. I do not promote it's use
(yeh, right!) so you get nailed, it's
your fault.

Okay.. now to the meat:

If you know this or not, all those
50316xxxxx codes are related. I mean,
a code from one dial-up is compatiable
with only minor modifications with any
other dial-up.

I hear that all those pbx systems are
owned by some company in California,
and obviously they are stupid wanker
fucks.

These are all the dial-ups (live and
dead) I know of for the 503 codes:

1-800-535-4501
1-800-553-7149
1-800-225-5946
1-800-233-7684
1-800-633-4102
1-800-292-3044
1-800-535-6246

I am sure there are more, but I don't
remember them right off hand.

These things were first hacked on about
7 months ago (current date is 10/21/90)
and they are just now getting really
popular.

Anyway. This is how it's done:

I classify 503 codes like this:

5031677171
---===::::

--- denotes prefix
=== denotes 'base'
:::: denotes code

First thing to do is get a code from
one 503 pbx system. Let's use the code
above, (working, with the 2255946
dial-up, I might add.) for our example.

5031677171 -> 1-800-225-5946

To convert this code for use on another
system, you need only change 1 digit.
That would happen to be the 3rd from
last digit, the 1.

So, to convert, change this:

5031677x71

Now, you find yourself another 503
supporting system, let's use
1-800-535-4501 for this example.

So, to convert your code, you need only
call the 1-800-535-4501 number, and
try your code with various digits as
the 'x'.

Like this. Call the 1-800-535-4501 and
try these codes:

5031677071
5031677171
5031677271
5031677371
5031677471
5031677571
5031677671
5031677771
5031677871
5031677971

You need only make 10 calls. Or, on
some 503 systems where you get 2 trys,
5 calls.

Note how the 3rd from last digit changesin the list.

So. Broken into steps, it looks like
this:

#1 - Locate a 503 code dial-up.
#2 - Locate a code (dead or live) from
     any 503 dial-up.
#3 - Alter the 3rd from last digit of
     your code.
#4 - Call your dial-up, and try all 10
     of the variations of the code.

That about wraps that.

Of course, some dail-ups work slightly
differantly. For instance, some ask you
for code, then number. Some ask for
number, then code. Some just make a
lame tone at you.

There is just one other snag.

If you will remember, === denoted
base. I have found that not all dialups
support all the bases.

Example: Known bases for the 225-5946
dial up are as follows:

167
168
162
161
163
166
177

Bases for 535-4501 on the other hand,
are these:

106
158
185

So. You see now that a code from a 4501
cannot be converted to a 5946.

But, I hear talk that to hack (i.e. witha hacker program) these things, you
set your hacker with a template such as
this:

5031xxxxxx

So.. All dialups may be compatiable.

I dont really know at this time. I
really dont care for these codes anyway,so I dont care either way.

You figure it out. After all, you are
hacks and phreaks too.

Enjoy.. Proven to work by me, I
calculated 29 working codes on the 225
system from dead ones on some other
system.

The end.

Special thanks to Ghost, for helping
me to compile a list of bases/dialups.

(Told you I'd put that in..)

Panther Modernz Support Boards
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Cybernetic Limbo/Shade Hq's
(908)269-7042

Tessier-Ashpool/Modernz Hq's
(908)269-9569

I can be reached on both via e-mail
to numbers 11 and 42.

Call anyway, for all of the Panther
Modernz progress.

Good day.


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