A Good amount of general Telenet Information

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“TELENET TERMINAL IDENTIFIERS”
——————————

THIS IS A LIST OF THE TERMINAL IDENTIFIERS FOR TELENET AND THE SYSTEM TYPES THEY REPRESENT. REMEMBER WHEN YOU FIRST LOGON THE INITIAL (FIRST) QUESTION ASKED IS:
TERMINAL=

THIS LIST SHOULD PROVIDE YOU WITH ALL KNOW AVAILABLE TERMINAL TYPES. YOU MAY WISH TO MAKE NOTE THAT PERSONAL COMPUTERS USUALLY USE THE IDENTIFIER D1.

D1 ADDS CONSUL 520, 580, 980
D1 ADDS ENVOY 620 REGENT SERIES
A1 ATLANTHUS DATA TERMINAL T-133
A8 ” ” T-300
A3 ” ” T-1200
A2 ATLANTHUS MINITERM
D1 AM-JAQUARD AMTEXT 510
D1 ANDERSON JACOBSON 510
B1 ” ” 630
B3 ” ” 830, 832
B5 ” ” 860
D1 APPLE II
D1 ATARI 400, 800, 800XL
D1 AT&T DATASPEED 40, 40/1, 40/2, 43
D1 BEEHIVE MINIBEE, MICROBEE, SUPERBEE
A8 CENTRONICS 761
D1 COMMODORE/PET
D1 COMPU-COLOR II
A2 COMPUTER DEVICES CDI 1030
A8 ” ” TELETERM 1132
A2 ” ” MINITERM 1200 SERIESM
A2 COMPUTER TRANCIEVER EXECUPORT 300
A9 ” ” 1200
A8 ” ” 4000
D1 CPT 6000, 8000
D1 DATAMEDIA ELITE
D1 DATAPOINT 1500, 1800, 2200, 3000, 3300, 3600, 3800
A1 DATA PRODUCTS PORTATERM
B3 DATA TERMINAL AND COMMUNICATIONS DTC 300, 302
B3 DIABLO HYTERM
D1 DIGILOG 33 & TELECOMPUTER II
A8 DEC LA35 & LA36 (DEC II)
A8 DEC LA120 (DEC II)
D1 DEC VT50, VT52, VT100, WS78, WS200
B3 GENCOMM SYSTEMS 300
A5 GE TERNINET 30
A4 ” ” 300
A3 ” ” 120, 1200
D1 GE TERMINAL GT-100A, GT-101, GT-110
D1 HAZELTINE 1500, 1400, 2000
D1 HP 2640 SERIES
D1 IBM 3101
D1 INFORMER 1304, D304
. INFOTON 100, 200, 400, VISTAR
. INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS INTECOLOR
. TERTEC INTERTUBE II
. LANIER WP
. LSI ADM SERIES
. LEXITRON 1202, 1303
A2 MEMOREX1240
D1 MICOM 2000, 2001
D1 NBI 3000
A2 NCR 260
D1 PERKIN ELMER MODEL 1100, OWL, BANTAM
A8 ” ” CAROUSEL 300 SERIES
D1 TRS-80
D1 RESEARCH INC., TELERAY
D1 TEKTRONIX 4002, 4024
A1 TELETYPE MODELS 33, 35
D1 ” ” 40
B3 ” ” 43
D1 ” ” 40/1, 40/2, 40/3
A7 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 725
A2 ” ” 733
A6 ” ” 735
D1 ” ” 743, 745, 763, 765
B3 ” ” 820
D1 ” ” 99/4
B1 TRENDATA 4000 (ASCII)
A2 TYMSHARE 110, 212
A8 ” ” 315
B3 ” ” 325
B4 UNIVAC DCT 500
D1 WANG 20, 25, 30, 015, 130, 145
A1 WESTERN UNION EDT 33, 35
A3 ” ” 300
A4 ” ” 1200
D1 XEROX 800, 850, 860
B3 XEROX 1700
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Telenet Directory By:

<*>

LOCAL ACCESS NUMBER: 304-345-6471

C 110021 UNIVAC

C 10327

C 20120 VM 370 ONLINE

C 20124

C 20125 NJIT ELECTRONIC INFORMATION EXCHANGE SYSTEM

C 20130

C 20133

C 20136

C 20138

C 20148

C 20154

C 20165

C 20166

C 20167 WARNER COMPUTER SYSTEMS

C 20168 WARNER COMPUTER SYSTEMS

C 20171

C 20182 BANKERS TRUST CUSTOMER SERVICE

C 20184

C 20186

C 20188 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 20225 COMSHARE

C 202O27

C 20221 SCIENTIFIC TIME SHARING

C 20220 TOPS-20

C 20222 BANKERS TRUST

C 20225 COMSHARE “COMMANDER II”

C 20226

C 20230 TIMESHARING

C 20232 TIMESHARING

C 20246

C 20247 GSD TIMESHARING

C 20249 WYLBUR

C 20264

C 20266

C 20270 GSD TIMESHARING

C 20286

C 202067

C 202124 GENERAL MOTORS WARREN

C 202133

C 202138 (TYPE .HELP *)

C 202139 (TYPE .HELP *)

C 202140 (TYPE .HELP *)

C 202143

C 202144 (TYPE .HELP *)

C 202148

C 202149

C 202175 HONEYWELL

C 202202 COMPUSTORE

C 202214 PRIMENET

C 202218 PRIMENET

C 202222 GM PARTS

C 202229 PRIMENET

C 20247

C 20321 WYLBUR

C 20364

C 20420 STAMFORD

C 20423 UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA

C 20424 UNIVERSITY`OF ALBERTA TEST

C 20430 VM/270

C 20436 UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY

C 20447 UTCS DATAPAC

C 20451

C 20459 PRIMENET

C 20461 CYBERSHARE

C 20653 MILTEN

C 21216 D&B

C 21221 PRIMNET 19. 2. 7 SYSA

C 21222 VM/CMS SYSTEM 0

C 21224 PRIMENET 19. 3-EVB SYS0

C 21225 INTERACTIVE MARKET SYSTEMS

C 21226 INTERACTIVE MARKET SYSTEMS

C 21228 BURROUGHS NYC DATA CENTER

C 21229 LANDART SYSTEMS

C 21230 PRIMNET 19. 2. 7 SYSD

C 21231 E.F.HUTTON VM/CMS

C 21233 VM/CMS

C 21235 IBISM ELECTRONIC VILLAGE “?” FOR HELP

C 21241 IFI CITI RSTS (CITIBANK) V7. 0-08

C 21244 IS4000 INT’L 4 (CITIBANK)

C 21245 IS4000 INT’L 3 (CITIBANK)

C 21247

C 21248 ENERGY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM N.Y.

C 21250 GROUP FINANCE SYSTEM (NET OF VAX’S)

C 21252 PRIMNET 19. 3. 3 SYSA

C 21253 VM/370 ONLINE

C 21255 IS4000 INT’L 2 (CITIBANK)

C 21256 CITIBANK CASH MANAGER IS4000

C 21260 CITICASH MANAGER INTERNATIONAL IS4000

C 21264 CITICASH MANAGER INTERNATIONAL IS4000 INT’L 1

C 21265 CITICASH MANAGER INTERNATIONAL IS4000 INT’L 2

C 21266 CITICASH PW=CITICASH.BIMA ACCT=6425 OPTION=FREE

C 21267 IS4000 INT’L 3 (CITIBANK)

C 21268 IS4000 INT’L 4 (CITIBANK)

C 21269

C 21270 A TSO (IBM TIMESHARING OPTION)

C 21273

C 21281 BANKERS TRUST CUSTOMER SERVICE

C 21284 DATAMOR TIME SHARING

C 21285 BITSHARE A TOPS 20 (DEC 20)

C 21286 ” ”

C 21287 IS4000 INT’L 6 (CITIBANK)

C 21288 S-K WDC SYSTEM 1/ONLINE

C 21289 IFI RSTS V7. 0-08

C 212111 VM/CMS

C 212112 VM/CMS

C 212113 IS4000 NAT’L 2 (CITIBANK)

C 212119 VM/CMS

C 212121 NAT’L 2 (CITIBANK)

C 212122 VM/CMS

C 212126 AMERICAN EXPRESS CORP. INFO SYSTEM. A NODE OF 2 DEC 20’S, A CMS, AN ASCII EMULATOR AND A CDN.

C 212128 VM/CMS

C 212129 VM/CMS

C 212131 VM/CMS

C 212132 VM/CMS

C 212133 TOBAS VAX SKVAX2 (I THINK THIS IS A BIG BANK I SIGNED ON IT AND SAW SOME CHECK TRANSFERS FROM CHASE MANHATTAN AND LLYODS FOR $80 MILLION +

C 212135 A CIS (AN IBM INTERFACE FOR DATABASE +) TRY HELP, ON AN ADDS TYPE TERMINAL.

C 212136 (TYPE NEW/TSC)

C 212137 PRIMNET 19. 3. 2. R5. SAL. V2 XNY

C 212139 INSTINET

C 212141 TELENET INFO & OR MAIL SYSTEMS

C 212142 ” ”

C 212143 PRIMENET 18. 5. 8. GJL SYSB

C 212145 VAX

C 212146 VAX

C 212148

C 212150 ADS SYSTEMS

C 212151 CITICASH MANAGER INTERNATIONAL IS4000

C 212152 VAX

C 212153 AN HP 3000

C 212157 VM/CMS

C 212158 PRIMNET

C 212159 MCR

C 212160 TELSTAT SIGMA 6

C 212161 INTERACTIVE MARKET SYSTEMS

C 212162 PRIMNET SYSA

C 212163 VM/CMS

C 212164 DUNN & BRADSTREET CICS

C 212165 D&B SYSTEM

C 212167 RSTS V.7.0-07

C 212168 A PROTOCOL CONVERTER (PCI) NETWORK

C 212169 IS4000

C 212171

C 212172

C 212173 BROWN BROTHERS HARRIMAN VTAM

C 212174 PRIMNET

C 212181 D&B CICS

C 212185 PRIMENET

C 212191 IRVING TRUST CASH REGISTER

C 212194 VM/CMS

C 212196 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 212200 IRVINE TRUST

C 212203 CITIADVICE CENTER

C 212205 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 212206 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 212208

C 212216 IRVING TRUST

C 212219 DUNN & BRADSTREET

C 212220

C 212221 WYLBUR

C 212224 GEMSERVICE

C 212226 VM/370-INTERACTIVE MKT.

C 21255 PRIMENET

C 21256 PRIMENET

C 21284 DATAMOR TIME SHARING

C 21325 PRIMENET

C 21335 MARKETRON RESEARCH AND SALES

C 21336 MARKETRON RESE


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HOW TO HACK TELENET:

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OKAY, SO YOU WANT TO TRY YOUR HAND AT FINDING SOME JUICY
COMPUTERS, HUH? WELL, HERE’S WHAT YOU DO……………….
FIRST, FIND OUT YOUR LOCAL TELENET ACCESS PHONE NUMBER.
(THIS SHOULDN’T BE TOO HARD IF YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND WITH A
SOURCE ACCOUNT) HAVE HIM TYPE ‘TYMTEL’ FROM THE COMMAND MODE.
THEN, DIAL UP AND REPLY ‘D1’ TO THE ‘TERMINAL=’ PROMPT.
(THIS GETS RID OF ALL THOSE NULLS AT THE END OF EACH LINE.)
NOW, TYPE ‘C AAANN’ WHERE AAA IS THE AREACODE OF THE COMPUTER
YOU’RE LOOKING FOR, AND NN IS ANY NUMBER.. (START WITH 15 OR
20 ”RQVWORK BEST.) AFTER HITTING RETURN OR ENTER, YOU SHOULD
GET SOME SORT OF MESSAGE. IF IT SAYS SOMETHING LIKE ‘NOT
OPERATING’ GIVE UP ON THAT NUMBER AND TRY ANOTHER. THE GOAL
HERE IS TO GET ‘AAA NN CONNECTED’. ONCE CONNECTED, TRY A FEW
RETURNS, AND YOU’LL USUALLY GET A SIGNON PROMPT. THE OTHER.
GIVEAWAY ERRORS ARE ‘AAA NN REJECTING’ AND ‘AAA NN REFUSED
COLLECT CONNECTION’.THESE MEAN THERE ARE COMPUTERS THERE,BUT
THEY ARE UNREACHABLE.’INVALID ADDRESS’ MEANS THERE IS NOTHING
CONNECTED. SOME “RIPE” AREACODES ARE 204 (CANADA) AND 415 IN
CALIFORNIA. GIVE IT A TRY AND LET ME KNOW WHAT HAPPENS!!!!!

THE TELENET SYSTEM HAS A FEW COMMANDS OF ITS OWN. THESE ARE
VERY USEFUL FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES, THE MOST USEFUL BEING THE
ABILITY TO DISCONNECT FROM A NODE WITHOUT HANGING UP THE
PHONE. (THUS MAKING IT EASIER TO TRY ANOTHER NODE ADDRESS).
I HAVE ATTEMPTED TO SUMMARIZE TELENET’S COMMANDS BELOW:

COMMAND EFFECT

——- ——

HALF SETS NET HALF-DUPLEX. (ECHO)

FULL SETS NET FULL-DUPLEX. (NO ECHO)

C AAA NN CONNECT THE NODE ADDRESSED BY AAANN WHERE AAA

IS A VALID US TELEPHONE AREACODE, AND NN IS

ANY 2-DIGIT NUMBER.

D DISCONNECT NODE, IF STILL ATTACHED.

ID UNKNOWN – PROBABLY AN ID FOR NODES WITH

SECURITY CHECKING. [ NO IDEA OF PASSWORD

FORMAT

NOTE: THE ONLY WAY TO USE THE DISCONNECT COMMAND IS TO GET
THE NET’S ATTENTION FIRST. ASSUMING YOU ARE CONNECTED
TO A VALID NODE, THIS IS DONE BY TYPING THE SEQUENCE:
FOLLOWED BY THE “AT” SIGN, AND ANOTHER
. IF IT IS EXECUTED CORRECTLY, THE WORD
TELENET WILL APPEAR AS WELL AS ANOTHER “AT” SIGN. YOU
MAY NOW ENTER “D” AND DISCONNECT FROM THE NODE.

MORE HINTS ON TELENET-

ON PRIMENET SYSTEMS THE FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS ARE DEFAULT

LOGIN SYSTEM
LOGIN DOS

SOME SYSTEMS (RSTS/E) LET YOU LOOK AT USER NAMES THAT ARE
ONLINE WITHOUT LOGGING IN THE COMMANDS TO DO THIS ON SOME
SYSTEMS ARE

SYS
SYSTAT
SYSTAT U (DISPLAYS USERNAMES AS WELL)
SHOW USERS

IF YOU MAKE IT INTO A SYSTEM WITH THE SHOW COMMANDS THEN THE
FOLLOWING COMMADS WILL BE USEFULL IN A PRIVLEDGED ACCOUNT

SHOW PSW—————SHOWS PASSWORDS TO A ACCOUNT
SET ACCESS————-STOP PEOPLE FROM LOGGING IN
SHOW ALL ————–SHOWS ALL ACCOUNTS WITH PASSWORDS



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GTE TELENET COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
FIELD MARKETING SALES OFFICES

Atlanta, Georgia………………404/396-1515
Boston, Massachusetts………….617/451-0048
Chicago, Illinois……………..312/782-6119
Cleveland,Ohio………………..216/582-0800
Cupertino,California…………..408/255-6450
Dallas,Texas………………….214/661-3014
Denver,Colorado……………….303/741-2303
Detroit,Michigan………………313/525-0400
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida………..305/561-4445
Garden Grove, California……….714/891-4481
Minneapolis, Minnesota…………612/831-2127
New York (Penn Plaza), New York…212/868-2230
New York (Broad St.), New York….212/425-0010
Paramus, New Jersey……………201/368-3600
Philadelphia,Pennsylvania………215/568-4985
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania……….412/571-2170
Rochester, New York……………716/385-9995
Rocky Hill, Conneticut…………203/529-5474
Rosslyn, Virginia……………..703/243-7510
San Diego, California………….714/476-2551
Santa Monica, California……….213/450-0606
Seattle, Washington……………206/827-8722
Tampa, Florida………………..813/872-7555
White Plains, New York…………914/682-1933

GTE Telenet Communications Corp…703/442-1000
Corporate Headquarters Telex No…248419 GTE TCC



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ACCESS TO TELENET VIA INTERNATIONAL TELEX

International users can access hosts on Telenet via International Telex.
The user follows local procedures and places a prepaid Telex call from
his terminal to the Telex number listed below. There, Baudot-ASCII
conversion is performed. The user then logs into his host. The user
is billed localy for placing a Telex call from his international
location. For additional information please contact your local
GTE Telenet Sales Office.

SERVICE PROCEDURE

INFOTEX Place call to ITT INFOTEX:
471235+ (CR)
——-
ITT INFOTEX
TELENET
?C Host address (CR)
————–

DATA-LINK Place call to RCA DATA-LINK:
231745+ (CR)
——-
RCA LSDS
TELENET
?C Host address (CR)
————–

TELELINK Place call to WUI TELELINK:
6666+ (CR)
—-
WUI TELELINK
Please log in: Tel (CR)

: Host address (CR)
————

Note: Telelink requires the user to specify the X.121 address which
is 12 or 14 digits. Please see instructions in the
‘International Telenet File



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DATAPAC, CANADA

Definitions:
———–

Datapac 3000 service: Datapac X.25 hosts
Datapac 3101 service: Datapac asynchronous hosts, private dial ports,
or public dial ports

SNAP: Synchronous Network Access Protocol, Datapac
X.25 protocol

NIM: Network Interface Machine, all Datapac non-X.25
devices, functional equivalent to Telenet Packet
Assembler/Disassembler (PAD)

Envoy 100: Datapac Electronic Message System

Tariff Structure For Legitimate Customers

For calls originating from/to Datapac/Telenet, kilopackets rates are
based on a tierred band structure.

Rate structure is based on the following:

For Telenet/USA to Datapac/Canada or Datapac/Canada to Telenet/USA
calls:

Where is the call originating?
If from Telenet/USA, is the call public dial or other?
If call is public dial, then the rate is $4.50/hour plus kilopacket
charge by band, (reference band chart below).

If other type of call (private dial, DAF, or X.25), then there is
a kilopacket charge for data transmitted.

If call originates from Datapac/Canada, band needs to be determined.
If service is Datapac 3000, then only kilopacket charge applies.
If service is Datapac 3101, then $2.70/hour connect charge plus
kilopacket charge by band is applicable.

Datapac Band Chart

=========================================================================
*Note: All Datapac 3101 service requires a NIM interface

Datapac/Telenet – Canadian DSA Bands
————————————

Band 1
——
Calgary Alta. Quebec City Que.
Edmonton Alta. Regina Sask
Halifax N.S. Saint John N.B.
Hamilton Ont. St. John’s Nfld.
London Ont. Toronto Ont.
Montreal Que. Vancouver B.C.
Ottawa Ont. Windsor Ont
Winnipeg Man

Band 2
——
Barrie Ont. Fredericton N.B.
Brampton Ont. Kitchener Ont.
Brantford Ont Oshawa Ont.
Chatham Ont. Sarnia Ont.
Clarkson Ont. St.Catherines Ont.
Joiliett Que. St. Jean Que

Band 3
——
Bathurst N.B. New Glasgow N.S.
Bellevill Ont. Niagara Falls Ont.
Brandon Man. North Bay Ont.
Bridgewater Ont. Peterborough Ont.
Charlottetown P.E.I. Prince Albert Sask.
Cornwall Ont. Red Deer Alta.
Galt Ont. Saskatoon Sask.
Granby Que. Sherbrooke Que.
Guelph Ont. Sudbury Ont.
Jonquiere Que. Sydney N.S.
Kamloops B.C. St. Hyacinthe Que.
Kentville N.S. Trois Riviers Que.
Kingston Ont. Truro N.S.
Lethbridge Alta. Victoria B.C.
Moncton N.B. Woodstock Ont.
Moose Jaw Sask.
Amerst N.S Brockville Ont.

Band 4
——
Kelowna B.C. Thompson Man.
Prince George B.C. Thunder Bay Ont.
Medicine Hat Alta.

Band 5
——
Fort McMurray Alta. Sault Ste. Marie Ont.
Grande Prairie Alta. Terrace B.C.
Nelson B.C.

For additional information, Datapac provides an on-line information
system. Following are the procedures to access this information.

Information about Datapac public dial telephone number and locations
use the following network address at the Datapac prompt sign:

C 0302092100086 for information in English

Telenet/USA to Datapac/Canada Access Procedures
===============================================

Access procedures for public and private dial in access.

Procedure Response
——— ———
Terminal and Dataset, Power On
Ensure tat the terminal is ONLINE,
MARK or ODD PARITY and FULL DUPLEX.

Dial the nearest Telenet access number
and place the data set in data mode.

Enter two (2) carriage returns. (CR)
(CR)

Telenet will identify itself and
your port identification number,
and will ask you to identify your
terminal. Enter a carriag return. (CR)

Telenet will identify itself
and your port identifcation 202 DL9
number, and will ask you to TERMINAL xxx
identify your terminal (CR)
Enter a carriage return.

Telenet will prompt for your call @ c 03020xxxxxxxxx(CR)
with an @ symbol. Enter c for call,
followed by a space, followed by the
zero to define international call request
command, followed by theanetworkraddress.

Example: To connect to Datapac
Information System @C 03020416002104
Telenet will respond with a connection
message. Conversation with destination
ready to begin.

Address Connected

Signoff system

Address Discounted

Datapac/Canada to Telenet/USA Access Procedures
===============================================

Access procedures for public and private dial in access

Procedure Response
——— ——–

Terminal and Dataset, power ON
Terminal, ONLINE
Terminal, EVEN PARITY
Terminal, Half Duplex
Terminal, Character Mode (if exists)

Dial Datapac Public (or private) acces
number for the city in which you are
located. At the sound of the tone
place data set in data mode.

If Datapac herald is not received
immeditaely, enter either:
.(CR) for 300 bps access or
..(CR) for 1200 bps access or
…(CR) for 110 bps access

Datapac will identify itself and your
network address, and will wait for your
call request.
DATAPAC: terminal address

Receive Datapac herald

Datapac will identify itself
and your network address, and
wait for your call request

Datapac: terminal address

To connect to Telenet from Datapac
via X.75 Gateway, simply use X.121 format
and insert a 1 before the Telenet DNIC (3110):

1311021200141

Datapac will respond with a
connection message

Datapac: call connected

After signning off, host
system, you will automatically
receive a call cleared from
Datapac

Datapac: call cleared remote request

Datapac Sales Offices:
———————-

London, Ontario (519) 663-7571
Montreal (514) 394-0144
Ottawa (613) 567-2491 (Ontario Region)
(613) 560-2491 (NSG)
Toronto, Ontario (416) 581-2000



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INTERNATIONAL TELENET

HERE ARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING TELENET
THERE ARE SOME VERY BASIC THINGS, WHICH
MOST PEOPLE ALREADY KNOW, AND SOME
OTHER THINGS, WHICH EVEN THE MOST
DEDICATED HACKERS HAVE PROBABLY NEVER
EVEN HEARD OF. THIS INCLUDES THINGS
SUCH AS INTERNATIONAL ACCESS, ETC.

THE TELENET CONNECTION

INTERNATIONAL ADDRESSING/INTERNATIONAL
ACCESS PROCEDURES

I. TELENET INTERNATIONAL ADDRESS FORMAT

————- DATA NETWORK
\ IDENTIFICATION CODE(DNIC)
\
\
\
\ ————– AREA CODE
\ \
\ \
\ \ ——– DTE ADDRESS
\ \ \
\ \ \—– PORT ADDRESS
\ \ \ \
\ \ \ \
DDDD AAA HHHHH PP
\
—–
OPTIONAL SUBADDRESS FIELD FOR PACKET
MODE DTE

EXAMPLE:

TELENET INTERNATIONAL
——- ————-
212 141 3110 21200141
909 84 3110 90900084

II. ACCESS TO OVERSEAS PUBLIC DATA
NETWORKS

1. TURN ON THE TERMINAL AND COUPLER.

2. DIAL THE NEAREST TELENET ACCESS
NUMBER (SEE TELENET PUBLIC DIAL
LISTING). WHEN YOU HEAR A HIGH-PITCHED
TONE, PLACE THE TELEPHONE RECEIVER IN
THE COUPLER. FOR DATA SETS (BELL 103 OR
113 TYPE), DEPRESS THE DATA BUTTON.

3. TYPE TWO CARRIAGE RETURNS (CR).

4. TELENET WILL GIVE YOU A PORT
IDENTIFICATION NUMBER AND ASK YOU TO
IDENTIFY YOUR TERMINAL TYPE IN THE TWO
OR FOUR CHARACTER ID FOR YOUR TERMINAL
FOLLOWED BY A CARRIAGE RETURN (CR) OR
TYPE CARRIAGE RETURN (CR).
(EX.) TELENET
202 DL9
TERMINAL = AJ63(CR)

5. AFTER TELENET PROMPTS WITH A ‘@’
TYPE ‘ID’, SKIP A SPACE (SP) AND TYPE
YOUR PASSWORD FOLLOWED BY A CARRIAGE
RETURN. (CONTACT YOUR GTE TELENET
REPRESENTATIVE TO OBTAIN A REQUIRED
CALLER PAID ID.)
(EX.) @ID(SP);INTL(CR)
TYPE IN YOUR PASSWORD.
(EX.) PASSWORD = 123456(CR)

6. AFTER TELENET PROMPTS WITH AN @,
TYPE A C. SKIP A SPACE AND TYPE THE
NETWORK ADDRESS OF THE COMPUTER YOU
WISH TO ACCESS, FOLLOWED BY A CARRIAGE
RETURN (CR).
(EX.) @C(SP)023411234567890(CR)

NOTE: YOUR INTERNATIONAL ADDRESS WILL
FOLLOW A FORMAT SUCH AS:

020801234567890 FOR FRANCE/TRANSPAC
023421234567890 FOR UNITED
KINGDOM/BRITISH TELECOM
026241234567890 FOR GERMANY/DATEX-P

7. TELENET WILL RESPOND WITH A
CON


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How to Access Minitel or How to Have FUN on QSD

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HOW TO ACCESS MINITEL OR HOW TO HAVE FUN
ON QSD
**********************************************

To reach the famous french CHAT system called QSD there are many
different ways such as through X.25 with the NUA 0208057040540
or calling QSD direct from some european countries.
There is of course another way that I will describe here in that file.
First some background infos: QSD is, as mentioned above a french host
that was designed to be reached through X.25 AND through the TELETEL NET,
which is called MINITEL in france. Now, this MINITEL is accessable
through the international INFONET.
On INFONET, MINITEL is run by the Minitel Services Company – MSC
(ever seen the USER – [USA/MSC] on QSD ?!).
Included in this file is a list of dial-ups for almost every areacode.
Once you login, with a dumb terminal emulation, you will be prompted
with a “#”. Enter a “x” and press return, now the prompt changes and
you’ll get an asterix, press “.vt” now and follow the menus to register
yourself BY SIMPLY ENTERING A CREDITCARD (either MC or VISA).
After you succeded filling in the form you’ll get an account a temporary
password that will last for 10 days. If it expires, just get a new
account ! Ok, now, as you’re a subscriber you can enter “P5” as access
code for the so called 3615 services. Now you have to turn on your
Minitel Emulation Software (sorry, but I only have the Amiga version)
and press return again. You will be asked for a service that you wanna
access, type “QSD” for example and hit the “Envoi” key.
And then enjoy the QSD…… (c) Mahoney/GlobalCommunication

California
Inwats 800-422-2587

Port Hueneme 805-488-2558
Redwood City 415-964-8240
Sacramento 916-452-7356
Salinas 408-754-5561
San Bernardino 714-888-7611
San Diego 619-293-3620
San Francisco 415-391-9080
So Sn Fran 415-391-9080
San Jose 408-554-0344
San Barbara 805-966-3270
Santa Rosa 707-571-0345
Van Nuys 818-786-4111

Connecticut
Hartford 203-232-9295
Milford 203-877-2751
New Haven 203-877-2751
Stamford 203-327-6745

Delaware
Wilmington 302-571-1433

Hawaii
Honolulu 808-524-7950

Illinois
Chicago 312-704-0313
Oak Brook 312-572-8566
Peoria 309-671-0254
Rock Island 319-324-0042
Springfield 217-525-6683

Indiana
Indianapolis 317-634-4301
Terre Haute 812-232-6322

Iowa
Davenport 319-324-0042
Des Moines 515-224-0011

Kansas
Wichita 316-269-0604

Kentucky
Louisville 502-587-9560

Maryland
Baltimore 301-760-1950

Massachusetts
Boston 617-965-4900
Springfield 413-739-7352
Worcester 508-798-0565

Michigan
Detroit 313-963-9141
Grd. Rapids 616-451-8734
Plymouth 313-963-9141

Nevada
Boulder Cty 702-294-5070
Las Vegas 702-294-5070
Reno 702-324-1911

New Mexico
Albuquerque 505-842-0028
Santa Fe 505-982-4248

New York
Albany 518-346-8342
Buffalo 716-896-5410
Long Island 516-481-8028
Manhattan 212-391-1920
212-391-0370
Poughkeepsie 914-454-1808
Schenectady 518-346-8342
Syracuse 315-428-1674
White plns 914-694-6842

North Carolina
Charlotte 704-374-0567
Fayetteville 919-436-0145
Raleigh 919-821-7535

North Dakota
Fargo 701-237-5282

Ohio
Akron 216-535-5537
Cincinnati 513-241-1446
Cleveland 216-621-3880
Columbus 614-461-8450

Oregon
Portland 503-241-0549
Salem 503-364-1924

Pennsylvania
Harrisburg 717-236-5241
Philadelphia 215-829-0912
Pittsburgh 412-261-9305

Puerto Rico
San Juan 809-731-3153

Rhode Island
Providence 401-272-0390

South Carolina
Columbia 803-771-7665

Utah
Ogden 801-544-0086
Salt Lake 801-544-0086

Vermont
Inwats 800-422-2587

Washington
Seattle 206-624-3580
Spokane 509-455-9398
Tacoma 206-926-0880

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PUMPCON BUSTED!!!

********** PUMPCON BUSTED!!! ***********
10/31/92
written by someone who was there
who wishes to remain anonymous

NOTICE: The word “Hacker” is used frequently throughout this file – it
is to be interperated as “a computer literate person”, and NOT as
“someone who engages in illegal activities using a computer”.

Friday, October 30, Pumpcon began, at the Courtyard of the Marriott, in
Greenburgh, NY. All in all, about 30 hackers showed up, and had a great
time. At least until the evening of Oct. 31st, when 8-10 members of
the Greenburgh police force showed up and raided the Con. At the time
of the raid, there were between 20 and 25 hackers in the hotel. 3 of
the 4 rooms rented by Con attendees were raided. All the occupants of
these rooms were taken to a conference room, and then another hotel room
(255) where they were held approximately 6-8 hours for questioning.

The police all came in unmarked police cars, and parked on all 4 sides
of the hotel. No one noticed they were there, until they were standing
in the hall where all 4 rooms were located. The officers stood in the
hall outside the doors, but did not enter the rooms right away. They
waited about five minutes, for some unknown reason, which was just
enough time for them to be noticed by the hackers in at least one of the
rooms. Unfortunately, there was no way the hackers in one room could
warn the other rooms – the fone lines were busy, and the cops in the
hall kinda left the “walk down and tell ’em in person” option out.

The police produced copies of a search warrant to search rooms 246, 233,
and 237. Room 246 was the one where everyone was hanging out; it was
pretty much THE room. It was where the computers were located, and
where most of the Con attendees were 99% of the time. The other two
rooms were rented by attendees of the con, and were simply used for
sleeping quarters.

Before too long, the police entered the rooms, and began rounding up
poeple. My recollection of this time period is a bit faint, and I don’t
remember all the minute details. All I know is that we all ended up in
a conference room, and then room 255.

A few hackers who had been out driving around during the time of the
bust returned a few hours later, and when they were seen by police, they
were immediately taken to 255 and questioned. (They were walking down
the hall, when a cop appeared, and told them to step into a room) The
cops asked them if they were hackers, and when they didn’t answer, one
police officer reached into the coat pocket of one of the people, and
produced an auto dialer. This in itself was enough to send the three to
room 255, where the rest of the hackers were being held for questioning.
My question to you – isn’t that just a bit illegal? Bodily search
without probable cause OR a warrant? Ooops – I’m forgetting – we’re
HACKERS! We’re ALL BAD! We’re ALWAYS breaking the law. We don’t have
RIGHTS!

Room 255 was packed. No one was allowed to smoke, and everyone was
nervous as hell. One by one people were called to be interviewed, with
some interviews lasting 5 minutes, others lasting 30 or 45 minutes.
Some people were sleeping, others were conversing, and still others were
shaking, and looked like they were about to puke at any second. Even
though the situation was quite serious, a few joked around, saying
things like “So guys, I guess PumpCon ’93 won’t be held here, eh?”.

No one knew who was going to be arrested, or when they would be
released. The 2 cops in the room with them were actually pretty cool,
and answered any questions they could to the best of their knowledge.
They weren’t the guys in charge of the investigation; they were simply
there to make sure we didn’t leave. Of course, as friendly as they
seemed, they were still cops…

All the people who were detained were held until between 5:45 and
6:30am. Four hackers were arrested, 1 because 2 of the rooms were
registered in his name, a second because he signed for the rooms, and
the others for previous crimes, apparently. No one knows as of yet. As
of this message, no news on what will become of those arrested is known.
They have not yet been arraigned. The other hackers were all searched,
questioned, and then released pending further investigation. Those
under the age of 18 had their parents notified.

To my knowledge, there were no federal investigators there at the time
of the bust. However, people kept mentioning the FBI and the Secret
Service, and it is very possible that they will be called in to
investigate. Actually, it’s more than just possible, it’s almost
guaranteed. The police said that although most of those detained were
released, there will most likely be more arrests in the near future, as
more is learned about the alleged illegal doings.

3 computers (2 Amigas, and 1 AT&T dumb term) were confiscated, along
with anything which looked like it could have been involved in phone
fraud. For some odd reason, although Auto Dialers were listed on the
search warrant, not all of them were confiscated. I acutally don’t know
if ANY were, I do know that not ALL were. 😉

In one of the rooms, there were about 2 dozen computer magazines which
were apparently confiscated, although the warrant did not specify that
magazines could be taken. But, when you’re busting HACKERS, I suppose
you can take what you want. After all, hackers are evil geniuses, and
don’t have the same rights as NORMAL criminals do.

As of yet, the actual charges against the hackers are not known. The
raid apparently stemmed because the hackers were ALLEGEDLY using stolen
calling card numbers and/or access codes to obtain free phone calls.
One of these card numbers or codes was rummored to have tripped a flag
at AT&T, which alerted security personel that something was possibly
wrong.

This assumption about the calling card fraud is made because the police
confiscated any calling card found during their searches, and some of
the questions they asked the detained centered entirely around calling
card theft and use. A few other questions asked me were “Do you know
what computer systems were accessed?”, “Do you refer to each other with
handles?”, “Who was primarily responsible for this meeting?”, and “Where
did you hear about this meeting?”

My interview lasted only about 10 minutes, and it started at about
5:50am. Everyone was dead tired, and the cops wanted to get everything
over with as fast as possible so they could get some sleep. After the
interviews were over, everyone left, to wait and see what the next few
days will bring. I am releasing this file now, to prevent any rumors
from starting, and to try to make the outside world aware of what
happened during PumpCon. I have left out any specific incidences and
references to specific people as a precaution, since the investigation
is only beginning. We were hoping to write a file of all the attendees
of PumpCon, to share with the world the names of those who were there.
However, as you can obviously see, that would be highly stupid. For
anyone who WAS there who is reading this, rest assured that the running
list of names which was kept made a very tasteless dinner for the one
who had it in his pocket.

Oh, BTW, one of the cops who was apparently in charge made a comment to
me… he said “You can post a message on the boards telling your
friends to stay out of Greenburgh”. Well boys, you heard him – PumpCon
’93 will be held in Greenburgh, at the Courtyard Marriott….

*————–*

The following is a word for word copy of the search warrant issued to
each person who was detained and questioned. No spelling errors were
corrected, but I probably made a few when I typed this in. Oh well.

TOWN of GREENBURGH POLICE DEPARTMENT
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NEW YORK
ORDER OF SEARCH AND SEIZURE
—–

( signed here by Det. Hugh F. Gallagher #103)
———————————————-

JUSTICE COURT, TOWN OF GREENBURGH

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NEW YORK ORDER
—–
IN THE MATTER OF Room 233, 237, & 246 Westchester Marriott Courtyard
THE APPLICATION FOR AN ORDER OF SEARCH AND SEIZURE OF: (Specify)

Computers Disketts Computer
Printers
Computer Terminals Auto Dialers Disketts
Calling Card Computer Systems & Wire
Computer Printouts Disk Drives
Modems Hand Written Notes About Credit Co.
” ” ” ” Computer Service.
______________________________________________________________________X

IN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

TO: ANY POLICE OFFICER OF THE TOWN OF GREENBURGH POLICE DEPARTMENT

PROOF by affidavit having been made before me this day by
Det.H.Gallagher #103
____________(Affiant) of the Town of Greenburgh Police Department that
certain property, which is (stolen/unlawfully possessed, used to commit
an offense…) and which constitutes evidence and tends to demonstrate
that an offense has been committed and that a particular person
participated in the commission of an offense will be found at the
location captioned above.

YOU ARE THEREFORE COMMANDED,

** (Between the hours of 6:AM – 9:00 PM / AT ANY TIME OF DAY OR NIGHT)
**
** (WITHOUT GIVING NOTICE OF YOUR AUTHORITY AND PURPOSE)**

TO MAKE A SEARCH of the above described (location/person)** for the
following property: (describe fully)

Room # 233, 237, & 246 of the West. Marriott Courtyard
and all its occupants as listed on this attached affidavit.
>><< Suspects name was written here >><< AND if any such property is found, you are hereby directed to seize the same and without unnecessary delay, return it to the court, together with this warrant and a written inventory of such property subscribed and sworn by you. THIS COURT DIRECTS THAT this SEARCH WARRANT and ORDER issued this 1 day ETC ETC ETC ETC ETC ETC ... see the PUMPBUST File online ........ --- 

PC Pursuit List Version 1.1 (August 31, 1988)

PCP List v1.1 – 8/31/88

Introduction:

What is PCP? PCP stands for PC Pursuit. This is an online service which
for a nominal fee allows you to call almost anywhere in the continential US.
The main restriction is that you must call via data, i.e. a modem. What you
must do is call the node nearest you and then follow the instructions in the
next section.
____________________________________________________________________________

Instructions:

When you connect with the TeleNet node type “@” ( stands for
Carriage Return). Hit return until you get the prompt “@”. This is the
telenet prompt. At the telenet prompt you may do one of the following:

1> Hang-Up. Simply type “HANG

2> Connect with an outdial.

3> Disconnect with an outdial. Simply type “D

4> Use the various set commands. (This will be covered in the
next issue of PCP list)

Connecting with an Outdial:

At the “@” prompt type the following:

C D/XXXXX/YY,PCPZZZZZ

XXXXX = Outdial Specifier (PCP on the lisings)
YY = Baud Rate
ZZZZZ = Your PCP User Number

You will then be prompted for you password. If the password is
correct you will be given one of the following:

D/XXXXX,YY BUSY 00 00 (The Outdial is busy)
(^^ ^^ these vary)

D/XXXXX,YY CONNECTED (You are connected to the Outdial)

D/XXXXX,YY NOT OPERATING 00 00 (The Outdial is under repair)

Once connected to an Outdial you must type: “ATZ” “

You should then get the “*” prompt from here you can do 5 things:

1> Dial. Simply type “D,NNNNNNN” (NNNNNNN = Phone Number)

2> Re-Dial. Simply type “R“. You will be prompted for # of
redials.

3> Return to the TeleNet Prompt. Simple type “@

4> Get a menu. Simply type “?“.

5> Set parameters. Type “O“.
(If you know how to use these, please leave me mail on one
of the boards listed at the end.)

That’s it!! Hope this helps all of you out!!
____________________________________________________________________________

Outdial Listings

_AC___PCP______City Name__________________Comments___________Baud Rates_____

201 NJNEW Newark, New Jersey 3/12/24
202 DCWAS Washington, DC 3/12/24
203 CTHAR Hartford, Connecticut 3/12
206 WASEA Seattle, Washington 3/12/24
212 NYNYO New York, New York 2/12/24
213 CALAN Los Angeles, California 3/12
214 TXDAL Dallas, Texas 3/12
215 PAPHI Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 3/12/(24?)
216 OHCLV Clevland, Ohio 3/12
303 CODEN Denver, Colorado 3/12/24
305 FLMIA Miami, Flordia 3/12
312 ILCHI Chicago, Il 3/12/24
313 MIDET Detroit, Michigan 3/12/24
314 MOSLO St. Louis, Missouri Also 618 3/12
404 GAATL Atlanta, Georgia 3/12
407 FLMIA Miami, Flordia Dial 1407+Number 3/12
408 CASJO San Jose, California 3/12
414 WIMIL Milwaukee, Wisconsin 3/12
415 CASFA San Fransisco, California 3/12
415 CAPAL Palo Alto, California 3/12
415 CASFA San Fransisco, California 3/12
415 CASJO San Fransisco, California Dial 1415+Number 3/12
503 ORPOR Portland, Oregon 3/12
602 AZPHO Pheonix, Arizona 3/12
612 MNMIN Minneapolis, Minnesota 3/12
617 MABOS Boston, Maryland 3/12
618 MOSLO St. Louis, Missouri Also 314 3/12
619 CASAD San Diego, California 3/12
619 CASAD San Diego, California 3/12
703 DCWAS Washington, DC Dial 1703+Number 3/12/24
713 TXHOU Houston, Texas 3/12/24
714 CASAN ???, California 3/12
714 CACOL ???, California 3/12
718 NYNYO New York, New York Dial 1718+Number 3/12/24
801 UTSLC Salt Lake City, Utah 3/12
813 FLTAM Tampa, Flordia 3/12
815 ILCHI Rockford, Illinois Dial 1815+Number 3/12/24
816 MOKCI Kansas City, Missouri 3/12
818 CAGLE Glendale, California 3/12
913 MOKCI Kansas City, Missouri Dial 1913+Number 3/12
919 NCRTP Reasearch Triangle Park, N 3/12
____________________________________________________________________________

Downloaded From P-80 Systems 304-744-2253

1988 List of Computer Security Organizations

COMPUTER SECURITY ORGANIZATIONS

NOTE – This list was developed in 1988, if you know of any other
computer security organizations or modifications to the ones
listed, please leave a message to the Sysop.

PUBLIC-SECTORS ORGANIZATIONS

Defense Technical Information Center
ATTN: Reference Services Branch
Building 5, Cameron Station
Alexandria, VA 22304-6145
(202) 274-7633
DESCRIPTION: DTIC provides classified and unclassified technical
reference materials to Government, industry, and academia.

Department of Defense Security Institute
C/O Defense General Supply Center
Richmond, VA 23297-5091
(804) 275-5311
DESCRIPTION: DODSI provides classes and reference materials on
computer security.

National Computer Security Center
ATTN: S932
9800 Savage Road
Fort George G. Meade, MD 20755-600
(301) 859-4371
DESCRIPTION: NCSC produces technical reference materials
relating to a wide variety of computer security areas. A list of
computer security publications is available on request.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20850
(301) 251-5500
(800) 851-3420
DESCRIPTION: NCJRS produces reports and reference materials
relating to computer security.

Office of Management and Budget
Publications Services
726 Jackson Place
NEOB Room 2200
Washington, D.C. 20503
(202) 395-7332
DESCRIPTION: OMB circulars and bulletins may be obtained from
this organization.

Superintendent of Documents
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402
(202) 783-3238
DESCRIPTION: FIPS Publications, NIST Special Publications, and
other security-related reference materials may be obtained from
this organization.

ORGANIZATIONS

U.S. Department of Commerce
National Institute of Standards and Technology
National Computer Systems Laboratory
Building 225 (Computer Security Division)
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
(301) 975-2934
DESCRIPTION: NIST publishes a wide variety of material on
computer security, including the FIPS pubs. Areas covered include
encryption, risk analysis, user authentication, physical
security, privacy, communications and network security, and
computer security evaluation.

U.S. Department of Commerce
National Technical Information Services
5285 Port Royal Road
Springfield, VA 22161
(703) 487-4660
DESCRIPTION: FIPS Publications, NIST Special Publications, and
other security-related reference materials may be obtained from
this organization.

U.S. General Accounting Office
Document Handling and Information
Box 6015
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
(202) 275-6241
DESCRIPTION: Reports to Congress on computer security may be
obtained from this organization.

U.S. Office of Personnel Management
ATTN: Central Registra
P.O. Box 7230
Washington, D.C. 20044
(202) 632-0338
DESCRIPTION: OPM provides information on a broad range of
personnel management services, including computer security
training and development.

PRIVATE-SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS

Association of Data Processing Service Organizations (ADAPSO)
1300 North 17th Street, Suite 300
Arlington, VA 22209
(703) 522-5055
DESCRIPTION:

ORGANIZATIONS

Administrative Management Society
2360 Maryland Road
Willow Grove, PA 19090
(215) 659-4300
DESCRIPTION:

American Bankers Association
1120 Connecticut Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20036
DESCRIPTION:

American Defense Preparedness Association
Security Technology Division
1700 North Moore Street, Suite 900
Arlington, VA 22209
(703) 522-1820
DESCRIPTION:

American National Standards Institute
1430 Broadway
New York, NY 10018
(212) 354-3300
DESCRIPTION: ANSI develops and publishes standards in a wide
variety of areas, including communications and encryption.

American Society for Industrial Security
1655 North Fort Myer Drive, Suite 1200
Arlington, VA 22209-3198
Contact: Patricia Rivers (703) 522-5800
DESCRIPTION: Professional association for managers of security
and loss prevention.

Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association
Skyline Center
5205 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA 22041
DESCRIPTION:

Association For Systems Management
24587 Bagley Road
Cleveland, OH 44138
DESCRIPTION:

Association of Computing Machinery
11 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
Contact: Fred Aronson (212) 869-7440
DESCRIPTION: Special interest group specializing in security,
audit, and control issues.

ORGANIZATIONS

Canadian Information Processing Society
243 College Street
West 5th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2Y1
Canada
DESCRIPTION:

Carnahan House Conference Center
P.O. Box 23961
Lexington, KY 40523-3961
(606) 223-8580
DESCRIPTION:

Center for Computer Law
P.O. Box 3549
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
(213) 372-0198
DESCRIPTION:

Computer Security Institute
360 Church Street
Northborough, MA 01532
Contact: Phyllis St.Martin (617) 393-2600
DESCRIPTION: This institute is the only membership organization
devoting full-time energies to the critical field of computer and
information security. CSI functions as a clearinghouse, putting
computer security practitioners in touch with the information
they need.

Computer Society
10662 Los Vaqueros Circle
Los Alamitos, CA 90720-2578
(800) 272-6657
DESCRIPTION:

Contingency Planning and Recovery Institute
Division of Management Advisory Service and Publications
P.O. Box 81151
Wellesley Hills, MA 02181-0001
Contact: M. Lagos (617) 235-2895
DESCRIPTION: CPR-I is solely devoted to development, research,
education, and publication in the fields of corporate and
computer contingency planning, and backup and recovery to assist
professionals and companies maintain business continuity.

ORGANIZATIONS

Data Processing Management Association
P.O. Box 1091
Park Ridge, IL 60068-7091
DESCRIPTION: A special interest group for DPMA members
interested in computer security issues.

EDP Auditors Association
P.O. Box 88180
Carol Stream, IL 60188-0180
Contact: Nancy Anderson (312) 682-1200
DESCRIPTION: National Professional association for EDP auditors.

Information Systems Security Association
P.O. Box 9456
Newport Beach, CA 92658
Contact: Carl Jackson (714) 250-ISSA
DESCRIPTION: A non-profit organization of information security
professionals intended to facilitate members education and
exchange information.

Institute of Internal Auditors
249 Maitland Avenue
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Contact: Julie Tarpley (305) 830-7600
DESCRIPTION: A professional association representing internal
auditors in business, industry, government, and education.
Involved in research, publications, and educational programs on
information systems auditing technology.

National Classification Management Society
6116 Roseland Drive
Rockville, MD 20852
(301) 231-9191
DESCRIPTION: A professional society concerned with information
security, document control, and computer security.

ORGANIZATIONS

National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269
(800) 344-3555
DESCRIPTION: NFPA conducts research and publishes standards on
all aspects of fire protection. Of particular interest to
computer security practitioners are standards relating to Halon
Systems and to protection of electronic equipment. A catalog of
standards and other publications is available on request.

Risk Management and Insurance Society
205 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
DESCRIPTION:

Society of Data Educators
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
(703) 565-6189
DESCRIPTION:

Society of the Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers
Box 10
1022 19th Street
Bellingham, WA 98227
DESCRIPTION:

The Institute of Internal Auditors
249 Maitland Avenue
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701-4201
(305) 830-7600
DESCRIPTION:

Washington D.C. Chapter Special Interest Group on Computer
Security, Audit and Control
Association for Computing Machinery
P.O. Box 5667
Washington, D.C. 20016
DESCRIPTION:

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A Large List of Computer Security Organizations

COMPUTER SECURITY ORGANIZATIONS

NOTE – This list was developed in 1988, if you know of any other
computer security organizations or modifications to the ones
listed, please leave a message to the Sysop.

PUBLIC-SECTORS ORGANIZATIONS

Defense Technical Information Center
ATTN: Reference Services Branch
Building 5, Cameron Station
Alexandria, VA 22304-6145
(202) 274-7633
DESCRIPTION: DTIC provides classified and unclassified technical
reference materials to Government, industry, and academia.

Department of Defense Security Institute
C/O Defense General Supply Center
Richmond, VA 23297-5091
(804) 275-5311
DESCRIPTION: DODSI provides classes and reference materials on
computer security.

National Computer Security Center
ATTN: S932
9800 Savage Road
Fort George G. Meade, MD 20755-600
(301) 859-4371
DESCRIPTION: NCSC produces technical reference materials
relating to a wide variety of computer security areas. A list of
computer security publications is available on request.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20850
(301) 251-5500
(800) 851-3420
DESCRIPTION: NCJRS produces reports and reference materials
relating to computer security.

Office of Management and Budget
Publications Services
726 Jackson Place
NEOB Room 2200
Washington, D.C. 20503
(202) 395-7332
DESCRIPTION: OMB circulars and bulletins may be obtained from
this organization.

Superintendent of Documents
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402
(202) 783-3238
DESCRIPTION: FIPS Publications, NIST Special Publications, and
other security-related reference materials may be obtained from
this organization.

U.S. Department of Commerce
National Institute of Standards and Technology
National Computer Systems Laboratory
Building 225 (Computer Security Division)
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
(301) 975-2934
DESCRIPTION: NIST publishes a wide variety of material on
computer security, including the FIPS pubs. Areas covered include
encryption, risk analysis, user authentication, physical
security, privacy, communications and network security, and
computer security evaluation.

U.S. Department of Commerce
National Technical Information Services
5285 Port Royal Road
Springfield, VA 22161
(703) 487-4660
DESCRIPTION: FIPS Publications, NIST Special Publications, and
other security-related reference materials may be obtained from
this organization.

U.S. General Accounting Office
Document Handling and Information
Box 6015
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
(202) 275-6241
DESCRIPTION: Reports to Congress on computer security may be
obtained from this organization.

U.S. Office of Personnel Management
ATTN: Central Registra
P.O. Box 7230
Washington, D.C. 20044
(202) 632-0338
DESCRIPTION: OPM provides information on a broad range of
personnel management services, including computer security
training and development.

PRIVATE-SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS

Association of Data Processing Service Organizations (ADAPSO)
1300 North 17th Street, Suite 300
Arlington, VA 22209
(703) 522-5055
DESCRIPTION:

Administrative Management Society
2360 Maryland Road
Willow Grove, PA 19090
(215) 659-4300
DESCRIPTION:

American Bankers Association
1120 Connecticut Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20036
DESCRIPTION:

American Defense Preparedness Association
Security Technology Division
1700 North Moore Street, Suite 900
Arlington, VA 22209
(703) 522-1820
DESCRIPTION:

American National Standards Institute
1430 Broadway
New York, NY 10018
(212) 354-3300
DESCRIPTION: ANSI develops and publishes standards in a wide
variety of areas, including communications and encryption.

American Society for Industrial Security
1655 North Fort Myer Drive, Suite 1200
Arlington, VA 22209-3198
Contact: Patricia Rivers (703) 522-5800
DESCRIPTION: Professional association for managers of security
and loss prevention.

Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association
Skyline Center
5205 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA 22041
DESCRIPTION:

Association For Systems Management
24587 Bagley Road
Cleveland, OH 44138
DESCRIPTION:

Association of Computing Machinery
11 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
Contact: Fred Aronson (212) 869-7440
DESCRIPTION: Special interest group specializing in security,
audit, and control issues.

Canadian Information Processing Society
243 College Street
West 5th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5T 2Y1
Canada
DESCRIPTION:

Carnahan House Conference Center
P.O. Box 23961
Lexington, KY 40523-3961
(606) 223-8580
DESCRIPTION:

Center for Computer Law
P.O. Box 3549
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
(213) 372-0198
DESCRIPTION:

Computer Law Association, Inc.
8303 Arlington Blvd. Suite 210
Falls Church, VA 22046
DESCRIPTION: Founed in 1971, the Computer Law Association has
over 1,300 members in twenty-six countries. The purpose of this
non-profit organization is to inform and educate interested
individuals about the unique legal issues arising from the
evolution, production, marketing, acquisition, and use of computer
communications technology.

Computer Security Institute
360 Church Street
Northborough, MA 01532
Contact: Phyllis St.Martin (617) 393-2600
DESCRIPTION: This institute is the only membership organization
devoting full-time energies to the critical field of computer and
information security. CSI functions as a clearinghouse, putting
computer security practitioners in touch with the information
they need.

Computer Society
10662 Los Vaqueros Circle
Los Alamitos, CA 90720-2578
(800) 272-6657
DESCRIPTION:

Contingency Planning and Recovery Institute
Division of Management Advisory Service and Publications
P.O. Box 81151
Wellesley Hills, MA 02181-0001
Contact: M. Lagos (617) 235-2895
DESCRIPTION: CPR-I is solely devoted to development, research,
education, and publication in the fields of corporate and
computer contingency planning, and backup and recovery to assist
professionals and companies maintain business continuity.

Data Processing Management Association
P.O. Box 1091
Park Ridge, IL 60068-7091
DESCRIPTION: A special interest group for DPMA members
interested in computer security issues.

EDP Auditors Association
P.O. Box 88180
Carol Stream, IL 60188-0180
Contact: Nancy Anderson (312) 682-1200
DESCRIPTION: National Professional association for EDP auditors.

Information Systems Security Association
P.O. Box 9456
Newport Beach, CA 92658
Contact: Carl Jackson (714) 250-ISSA
DESCRIPTION: A non-profit organization of information security
professionals intended to facilitate members education and
exchange information.

Institute of Internal Auditors
249 Maitland Avenue
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
Contact: Julie Tarpley (305) 830-7600
DESCRIPTION: A professional association representing internal
auditors in business, industry, government, and education.
Involved in research, publications, and educational programs on
information systems auditing technology.

National Classification Management Society
6116 Roseland Drive
Rockville, MD 20852
(301) 231-9191
DESCRIPTION: A professional society concerned with information
security, document control, and computer security.

National Fire Protection Association
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269
(800) 344-3555
DESCRIPTION: NFPA conducts research and publishes standards on
all aspects of fire protection. Of particular interest to
computer security practitioners are standards relating to Halon
Systems and to protection of electronic equipment. A catalog of
standards and other publications is available on request.

Risk Management and Insurance Society
205 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
DESCRIPTION:

Society of Data Educators
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA 22807
(703) 565-6189
DESCRIPTION:

Society of the Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers
Box 10
1022 19th Street
Bellingham, WA 98227
DESCRIPTION:

The Institute of Internal Auditors
249 Maitland Avenue
Altamonte Springs, FL 32701-4201
(305) 830-7600
DESCRIPTION:

Washington D.C. Chapter Special Interest Group on Computer
Security, Audit and Control
Association for Computing Machinery
P.O. Box 5667
Washington, D.C. 20016
DESCRIPTION:

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The History of MOD: Book One: The Originals

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[ The History of MOD ]

BOOK ONE: The Originals

In the early part of 1987, there were numerous amounts of busts in the
US and in New York in particular. For the most part, many of the so-
called “elite” had gone underground or had just gotten scared out of
hacking. Many people, as always, thought hacking would die because of the
raids. It was right before these raids that MOD had formed.

It came about when Acid Phreak, then using another handle, had been running
a semi-private bbs off his Commodore piece of shit and 10 generic Commie
drives. It was called KAOS, and it attracted hacks and phreaks from
across the country (as well as the usual amount of k0dez d00ds). Nynex
Phreak had been co-sysop (having been AP’s partner for about 2 years
before that) and the board started off with about 140 users but was weeded
to the best 60 or so.

On this bbs, Acid Phreak had gotten along with a few “kewl dewds” who
enjoyed the mischievous aspect of phreaking. They were Silver Surfer in
California, and Quick Hack in Texas. When the raids came however,
Silver Surfer got nabbed for using a PBX in 404 and therefore, retired.
Quick Hack and Acid stayed low and called each other less frequently
than usual. Soon they had both stopped completely.

In early 1989, Acid had come back into the scene and had called a local
New York board with a somewhat “k0dez-e” attitude called ShadoWorld in
212. Of course there were lots of neophytes eager to learn more about
hacking and how to call places for free. Most of them had been in the
“does 950 trace?” stage, except for someone who went by the handle
Harry Hazardous. Under the handle Phuck This (also Bell Bandit which had
originally been Nynex Phreak’s other handle), he met with Harry. Soon
they had gained enough respect for each other and decided to meet.
Harry turned out to be HAC, a cyberpunk to the “T”.

In numerous conversations between the two, AP had mentioned the
sweetness of telephone company computers and how interesting their
intricate structures were. HAC was a hardcore systems hacker himself,
but he had also been partners with someone who came across (and had
an impressive knack for) some telco computers. He went by the name
Scorpion and he also lived in the NYC area. Soon the three were
partaking in all sorts of mischievous pranks and under the guise of
numerous handles (ie. The Potent Rodent, Dream Master, Phuck This) they
took to knocking down the locals who thought “I know all there is about
hacking”. It was in the midst of all this fun that they agreed to form
an underground group called MOD (approx. June 1989).

About one month later, Acid had been on Altos (revisiting a chat that
was once, but never again, the heart of a lot of good hacker convos
since early ’84 or so) when he came across someone asking for Unix
gurus. His handle was The Wing, and he ran a Unix system from his
home in Pennsylvania. Scorpion was always a Unix guru while Acid
had only come across it in college two years back. The Wing offered
Acid an account on his system and soon he became “Phreak-Op” on
The Seventh Dragon, his bbs run off the Unix, using yet another old
alias “Depeche Mode”.

Relaying the information to Scorpion on yet another good addition to
the group, they decided to recruit him into MOD. The fun, it seemed,
had just started…

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(end Book.One)