Telenet Scanning by Doc Telecom (July 11, 1988)

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Telenet is the largest Packet Switching network, that I know of at this
present time, I could waste valuable buffer space explaining what packet
switching is and what its uses are ect…so for more information read
“Packet Switching (tomorrow’s communications today) by Roy D. Rosner. It
is quite indepth and one of the books I cherish in my “legal” Telecomm
library.

DEFINITION of GTE TELENET : The packet switching subsidiary of General
Telephone and Electronics. It provides nationwide common user data
communications via packet switching

Information on GTE TELENET :
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The GTE Telenet commercial packet switched network was developed as a
commercial venture of many of the same principals who developed ARPANET.
GTE Telenet first became in 1979.

OPERATION :
————

Telenets network operation and internal protocals evolved from the ARPANET
experience , with additional cababilitys built into each of the switching
nodes. The network is mostly a ciruit bases packet switching protocol, that
does meet the requirments of the CCITT X.25 protocol at the user interface.
In addition, Telenet also provides customized user interfaces to meet the
need of the individual users. It also provides emulation interfaces.

USER ACCESS :
————-

User access to the network is through one of the three clases of telenet
central offices, such as the one in San Fran, support user access speeds up
to 56k bps is a Class I. Class II offices, such as the one in Spokane,Wa
provide connection speeds up to 9600 bps. Class III offices support rates
up to 1200 bps, such as the one in tucson,arizona. User access can be made
to Public Dialin ports, private dial in ports, or fixed ports dedicated full
time for a single user. Users can implement X.25 compatable software in
there host computer or they can just use the T-net provided interface
processors to provide network service. Terminal Clusters can be accessed to
the network very effciently by use of Telenet access controllers placed at
the customers residence or business,ect..

Telenet Dialups
—————

To find the local Telenet dialup for your area just call WATS to 800-TEL-ENET
and ask them for it but remember to watch out “Every thing you do on telenet
is saved on Mega tape for up to 5 years, and they have installed number
identification since December 1987,

WATS TELENET DIALUPS….

(800) 424-9494 300/1200 BPS
(800) 238-0631 2400 & MPE

These wats will change in aug. 88 so if you would like the new ones leave my
E-Mail on Lunitics Labs (415) 278-7421

What to do one you have your POTS dialup:
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Remember to do any scanning on telenet you need a POTS dialup not a WATS,
the WATS dialup is mainly used for Telemail or GTE MAIL., or SPRINT HP’s
Call your local dial up and you should see something that says TELENET
617 18m, or whatevr…just hit a few times. and you should see
something that looks like this.

@

at the “@” prompt type in NPA XXX..for now just use your area code…

like this….( this is a Network User Address or NUA)

@ 415 333

it will then either connect you, or say “Collect Connection Refused”,
because you have not used an NUI, more on NUI’s later…

you will see one of the following :

1) call connected …. 2) Remote Procedure Error 11 b6
3) Remote Procedure Error 11 e2
4) Not Reachable 05 e6
5) not reachable 05 db
6) Not operating …. 7) illegal address 03 80
8) Busy 01 00 ….. 9) enhanced network services unavalible at this time please try again 05 d8
10) illegal address 03 ba
11) rejecting 00 7e
12) illegal address 03 42
13) remote procedure error 11 31
14) Refused collect connection 19 00 …..
15) not reachable 05 ed
16) not responding 0d f0

if the call is connected you will find an interesting computer system, or
whatever..

What is an NUI and how do you use it..
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An NUI or Network User Id is mostly used for connecting to things that give
you the “Refused collect connection” error. I always have an NUI in use when
I am scanning

at the @ promt type:

@ ID USERID

it will come up with a
PASS= promt, so then you enter the password I have a listing of about 80
or so NUI’s and they usually dont die , so here is a few….

ID SIMPCNOE
PASS= 071034

ID FINLAY
PASS= 004461

NUA listing of recent things Scanned by DOC telecom:
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NUA SYSTEM TYPE SPECIAL NOTES
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804 35 ?
804 43 PRIME PRIMENET
303 38 PRIME PRIMENET 21.0.3.C1 SL
804 60 ?
713 436 CONNECTS
713 450 CONNECTS
713 454 CONNECTS
713 462 CONNECTS
713 431 CONNECTS
612 442 ?
415 333 AOS/VS 7.56
415 334 AOS/VS 7.56
206 20 HP 3000
206 30 HP 3000
206 32 VAX MICRO VMS V4.7
206 35 CONCURRECT COMPUTER CORP
206 38 AOS/VS 7.56
206 42 AOS/VS 7.56
206 44 AOS/VS 7.56
206 40 PRIME PRIMENET 20.2.4
206 53 CONNECTS
206 65 PRIME PRIMENET 20.1.1D OAD
206 72 DIFFRENT KINDS UNIV. OF WASHINGTON
212 137 PRIME PRIMENET 21.0.3.R7.PTC.3 NY60
909 46
303 65 COMPUTER SHARING SYSTEM
212 32 CIDIADVICE CENTER
303 23 PRIME
212 112 VM/370 ONLINE
212 131 VM/370 ONLINE
909 400
909 401
909 403
909 404
909 406
909 407
909 409
909 502
909 508 PRIME
909 600
909 615 PRIME
909 617 PRIME
212 20 “ENTER ID”
212 21 “ENTER ID”
909 810
909 800
909 801
909 802
909 805
909 811
909 815
909 818
909 819
415 37 HP 3000
617 622 UNIX MEDIA LABS…
214 71 PRIME PRIMENET FB.3.3 UUCB
212 146 OFFICE INFO SERVICE
415 20 DIALOG
213 35 MARKETRUN RESERCH AND SALES
909 95 PRIME TELENET NEWS SEWRVICE
305 22 HP 3000 CIERRA COMPUTER
201 25 DEC NJIT ELECTRONIC INFO EXCHANGE
515 30 LEXIS/NEXIS
201 67 WARNER BROTHERS SYSTEMS
201 68 WARNER BROTHERS SYSTEMS
212 28 OUTDIAL
909 12 PRIME
909 13 CONNECTS
909 51 CONNECTS
909 52 CONNECTS
909 54 CONNECTS
909 58 CONNECTS
909 26 PRIME
909 38
909 39 PRIME
909 49
909 55
909 777 CONNECTS
909 65
909 63
909 53
909 56
909 60
909 62

I hope this file is provided to be useful, until next time call with care.

Doc Telecom

A Good amount of general Telenet Information

<1>Directory Of System
<2>Terminal ID’s
<3>Dialup Numbers
<4>Hacking Telenet
<5>Datapac/Telenet
<6>Sales Offices
<7>Access Via Telex
<8>Intl Telenet(X.21)
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Command: 2

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“TELENET TERMINAL IDENTIFIERS”
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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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Command: 1

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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


<1>Directory Of System
<2>Terminal ID’s
<3>Dialup Numbers
<4>Hacking Telenet
<5>Datapac/Telenet
<6>Sales Offices
<7>Access Via Telex
<8>Intl Telenet(X.21)
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Command: 4

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HOW TO HACK TELENET:

———————-

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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Command: 6

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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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<6>Sales Offices
<7>Access Via Telex
<8>Intl Telenet(X.21)
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Command: 7

==)— P TO PAUSE S TO STOP —(==



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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<7>Access Via Telex
<8>Intl Telenet(X.21)
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Command: 5

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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
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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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Command: 8

==)— P TO PAUSE S TO STOP —(==

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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An Introductory Guide to Telenet Commands

File: TELENET DIRECTORY

><><><(> TELENET DIRECTORY <)><><>< C 20120-VM 370 ONLINE C 20124 C 20125-NJIT EIES C 20130 C 20133 C 20138 C 20148 C 20154 C 20165 C 20166 C 20167-WARNER COMPUTER SYSTEMS C 20168-WARNER COMPUTER SYSTEMS C 20171 C 20182-BANK TRUST CUST. SERVICE C 20184 C 20222 C 20225-COMSHARE "COMMANDER II" C 20246 C 20247 GSD TIMESHARING C 20270 GSD TIMESHARING 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 202222-GM PARTS C 202229-PRIMENET C 20321-WYLBUR C 21221-PRIMENET C 21224-PRIMENET C 21225-INTERACTIVE MARKET SYS. C 21226-INTERACTIVE MARKET SYSTEMS C 21228-BURROUGHS NYC DATA CENT. C 21229-LANDART SYSTEMS C 21231-E.F.HUTTON C 21233-UNIVAC 1100 C 21247 C 21248 C 21252 C 21253 VM/370 ONLINE C 21256-CITIBANK CASH MANAGER C 21264-CITICASH MANAGER INTERNATIONAL C 21265-CITICASH MANAGER INT. C 21269 C 21281-BANKERS TRUST CUST SERV. C 21284-DATAMOR TIME SHARING C 21288-S-K WDC SYSTEM 1/ONLINE C 212136-(TYPE NEW/TSC) C 212141 C 212142 C 212151-CITICASH MANAGER INT. C 212152 C 21255-PRIMENET C 21256-PRIMENET C 212160-TELSTAT SIGMA 6 C 212167-RSTS V.7.0-07 C 212168-RSTS V.7.0-07 C 212171 C 212172 C 21284-DATAMOR TIME SHARING C 21325-PRIMENET C 21335-MARKETRON RESEARCH AND SALES C 21336-MARKETRON R&S C 21341 C 21360 C 21365 C 21366 C 21370-XCC-WEST SYSTEM X2 C 21371-XCC-WEST SYSTEM X3 C 21372-XCC-WEST SYSTEM X3 C 21373-XCC-WEST SYSTEM X1 C 21375-XCC-WEST SYSTEM X2 C 21379-INTERACTIVE SYSTEM/ONE C 21384 C 21385 C 21386-IAS PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM C 21388 C 213105 C 21520-TPF&C ONLINE C 21534-PRIMENET C 21538 C 21722 C 21725 C 21726-U OF I COMPUTING SERVICES C 30121-NASA RECON C 30124-SOURCE SYSTEM 10 C 30128-SOURCE SYSTEM 13 C 30138-SOURCE SYSTEM 11 C 30147-SOURCE SYSTEM 12 C 30148-SOURCE SYSTEM 15 C 30149-SOURCE SYSTEM 14 C 30126-DISTRIBUTIVE NETWORK C 30134-INTERACT.(GAITHERSBURG) C 30135 C 30136 C 30138-SOURCE SYSTEM 11 C 30147-SOURCE SYSTEM 12 C 30320-COMPUTER SHARING SERVICES C 30330-COMP.SHARING SERVICES C 30335 C 30337-PRIMENET C 30339-PRIMENET C 30340-PRIMENET C 303125 

Telenet Codes, Hacked Out by ZORON (May 1, 1988)

TELENET CODES
5/01/88

HACKED OUT BY
!ZORON!

ABBREVIATION LIST
———————————————————-
^ = CNTRL UNK = UNKNOWN
C.B. = CITIBANK C/C/M = CITICORP MANAGER
REF = REFUSED COLLECT CALL

@ CONNECTION | CONNECTION ENDING | SERVICE AND HELPFUL HINTS
————————————————————–
21211 | 212 11 | UNK, ENTER SERVICE TO LOGON
21212 | 212 12 | PART OF ABOVE SYSTEM
21211 | 212 21 | PRIMENET 20.2.2 SYSA
212130 | 212 130 | MORGAN STANLEY NETWORK
212131 | 212 131 | VM/370 ONLINE VM/HP042
212137 | 212 137 | PRIMENET 20.2.3.R18.S14 NY60
212141 | 909 406 | UNK, THERE IS A GUEST ACCOUNT!
212142 | | DITTO
212145 | 212 145 | OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS
212146 | 212 146 | DITTO
212150 | 212 150 | UNK
212152 | 212 152A | UNK
212159 | 212 159 | UNK
212200 | 212 200A | UNK
212201 | 212 201A | UNK
212203A | 212 203A | UNK, TELENET IN NY??
212203B | 212 203B | UNK, TELENET IN NY??
212203C | 212 203C | UNK, TELENET IN NY??
212203D | 212 203D | UNK, TELENET IN NY??
212203E | 212 203E | UNK, TELENET IN NY??
212203F | 212 203F | UNK, TELENET IN NY??
212219 | 212 219 | NEO, ACCOUNT ID : AA012A
212226 | 212 226 | VM370/ONLINE
212246 | 212 246 | UTC SYSTEM
212248 | 212 248 | PRIMENET 20.2.4 RYE
212258 | 212 258 | OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEM (NYOISE)
212260 | 212 260 | BANKERS TRUST ONLINE
212263 | 212 263 | BANKERS TRUST ONLINE
212269 | 212 269 | DECSERVER200 TERM SERVER 1.0 BL20-LAT V5.1
212276 | 212 276 | UNKNOWN
212281 | 212 281A | CITICASH MANAGER
212282 | 212 282A | CITICASH MANAGER
212315 | 212 315 | BUSY
212316 | 212 316 | BUSY
212320 | 212 320 : UNK
212321 | 212 321 | PART OF ABOVE SYSTEM
212328 | 212 200A | UNK
212369 | 212 369 | UNK
212370 | 212 370 | PART OF ABOVE SYSTEM
212374 | 212 374 | BUSINESS SYSTEM NODE (CORP04)
213121 | 212 121 | PRIMENET 20.2.4 SWWE1
213230 | 213 230 | UNK
2143A | 214 3A | BUSY
2148A | 214 8A | BUSY
2148B | 214 8B | BUSY
2148C | 214 8C | BUSY
21412A | 214 12A | BUSY
21412B | 214 12B | BUSY
21421 | 214 21 | US SPRINT APPLICATION, PHOENIX
21442 | 214 42 | DNA ONLINE
21444 | 214 44 | UNK, ACCESS FOR CODE BUT MASKS “FAST-TAX”
21456 | 214 56 | PRIMENET 20.1.1A BOWSER
21460 | 214 60 | UNK, ‘:’ CIEER
21471 | 214 71 | PRIMENET FB.3.3 UCCA,
FASBAC 11/30/87
(C) 1986 POWER COMPUTING CO.
(214)-655-8676
21472 | 214 72 | POWER COMPUTING CO, CDC ONLINE
21476 | 214 76 | POWER COMPUTING CO. CYBER ONLINE
21477 | 214 77 | PRIMENET FB.3.3 UCCA,
FASBAC 11/30/87
(C) 1986 POWER COMPUTING CO.
(214)-655-8676
21554 | 215 54 | REF
21560 | 215 60 | REF
21566 | 215 66 | NEWSNET
21574 | 215 74 | UNK
22300 | 223 901378 | C.B. VTAM
22304 | 223 4 | UNK
22306 | 223 6 | IBM SYSTEM 88
22307 | 223 7 | CITICORP TEST MESSAGES
22310 | 223 10 | PRIMENET
22311 | 223 92460 | C/C/M
22326 | 223 26 | IBISM ELECTRONIC VILLAGE
22331 | 223 31 | ASTRA APPLICATION? , ENTER ‘A’
22332 | 223 32 | DITTO
22335 | 223 35 | CITI TREASURY PRODUCTS, *EXIT*
22340 | 223 40 | GLOBAL REPORT CITICORP
22343 | | UNK
22349 | 223 50.77 | HELP – CITIBANK
22350 | 223 50 | PRIMENET
22352 | 223 52 | CITI TREASURY PRODUCTS
22353 | 223 53 | DITTO
22355 | 223 55 | PRIMENET
22357 | 223 90095O | UNK
22358 | 223 90582K | C.B. VENEZUELA CBC1
22359 | 223 90590A | UNK
22360 | 223 60 | GLOBAL REPORT CITICORP
22361 | 223 61 | DITTO
22362 | 223 61 | DITTO
22366 | 223 66 | DITTO
22367 | 223 67 | DITTO
22368 | 223 68 | CITIMAIL II
22369 | 223 69 | CITIMAIL II
22370 | 223 70 | F.I.G. SYSTEM PARSIPANNY – MIS
22371 | 223 71 | ELECTRONIC CHECK MANAGER
22379 | 223 79 | UNK
22380 | 223 80 | RSTS V7.2 CFIB, ^J TO ENTER
22381 | 223 90249B | C.B. TOKYO CBT1
22383 | | C.B. NEW YORK
22385 | | C.B. HONG KONG
22386 | 223 90068H | C.B. PORT 3
22387 | | FINANCIAL CONTROL
22388 | 223 90863 | ELECTRONIC BANKING CENTER
22389 | 223 91952A | C.B. INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE CENTER
22390 | | WANG VS LOGON
22391 | | UNK
22392 | 223 92A | CITINET
22393 | 223 93 | UNK
22395 | | UNK
22397 | | ELECTRONIC BANKING CENTER, 1-800-624-9522
22398 | 223 98 | CITICORP NAIB, CAPITAL MARKET ANALYSIS
223102 | 223 90042K | CITISWITCH, HK
223105 | 223 90187D | UNK, ‘TYPE.’
223106 | 223 90504D | C.B. PANAMA
223108 | 223 924601 | C/C/M, CYBOS
223109 | 223 9121 | BAHRAIN BOOK
223121 | 223 91876K | ***** C.B. ITG TEST BOX 2 *****
223122 | 223 90824H | GLOBAL REPORT FROM CITICORP
223123 | 223 906615 | UNK, ONE SHOT!
223124 | 223 90869 | C.B. ELECTRONIC BANK SYSTEM
223125 | 223 90117R | CITICASH
223127 | 223 91017D | C.B. CBJ1 PORT 3
223128 | 223 90156A | UNK
223129 | 223 90821 | CITI TREASURY PRODUCTS
223130 | 223 90828A | CITI TREASURY
223131 | 223 90115F | C.B. NY CBNN
223132 | 223 90821F | VTAM,
CMD: X
CICS APPLID: TPX
HOST SYS: MVS/XA
PURPOSE: TAPS
DESC: TPX

TPX V1.5.1 – TRADER ANALYSIS PROC. SYS
(THE CONCURRENT SYSTEM MANAGEMENT)
BY DUQUESNE SYS, INC.

CITICORP INFORMATION SYS RESEARCH
PARSIPANNY, NJ

223145 | 223 90238Q | UNK, (LOGO$CP)
223148 | 223 90387 | C.B. PORT1
223149 | 223 90291T | C.B. CBBD, PORT 0
223150 | 223 90829H | CITICORP INFORMATION SYS RESEARCH INC.
223151 | 223 90833E | UNK, .TYPE
223153 | 223 90012A | N.I.M. VER 2 BAHRAIN BRANCH C.B. VDS1
223154 | 223 91463T | UNK, (LOGO$CP)
223158 | 223 90218C | CITIMAIL EURO/MEAD V8.40
223159 | 223 90118I | UNK, NO RESPONSE
223160 | 223 92460 | UNK, ‘COM /CR CLR PAD,0’
223161 | 223 92460 | F.I.G. SYSTEMS – PARISPANNY- MIS
223162 | 223 92460 | COM/ PRIMENET 18.3 TLNT TP SYS CITIBK
^E RESPONSE- 31103170031001
223163 | 223 92460 | DITTO
223164 | 223 92460 | PRIMENET
223165 | 223 92460 | IBISM ELECTRONIC VILLAGE
SOME SYSTEMS:
BOXA3D1 CTRACKS
CM5 CSWITCH
CM2 CLUES
CM7 APPLE
CM8
223166 | 223 92460 | CITI TREASURY PRODUCTS
223167 | 223 92460 | DITTO
223168 | 223 92460 | GLOBAL REPORT FROM C.C.
223170 | 223 92460 | ELECTRONIC CHECK MANAGER,
ASS. (212)-363-3333
223172 | 223 92460 | UNK
223173 | 223 92460 | HELP, STAFF PASSWORD
CALL OR CITIMAIL
PETER SIDORENKO IN N.Y.
(212)-558-0077
223174 | 223 92460 | PERSONNEL TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
OTHER DIAL-UPS:
(516)-420-4930
(212)-319-5911
SOME SYSTEMS:
VM/370
3274 CONTROLLER EMULATOR
????
223175 | 223 175 | UNK, ‘ENTER A FOR ASTRA’
223176 | 223 92460 | UNK, ‘ENTER USERNAME’
223177 | 223 92460 | UNK, ‘FIELDS?’
223179 | 223 92460 | CITINET
223185 | 223 90912 | UNK
223187 | 223 187A | DEC SERVER 200 TERM SERVER 1.0
223189 | 223 189A | DITTO
223190 | 223 92460 | UNK, ‘:’ OPERATOR.SYS
223191 | 223 191A | UNK, CSWITCH? IBISM????
223192 | 223 92460 | UNK
223200 | 223 200 | C/C/M
223201 | 223 201 | C/C/M
223202 | 223 202 | C/C/M
223203 | 223 203 | C/C/M
223204 | 223 204 | C/C/M
22400 | | NORTH AMERICAN FINANCIAL GROUP
22401 | | C.B. PORT 7
22402 | 223 90825H | GLOBAL REPORT
22407 | | CITICORP INFORMATION SYSTEMS RESEARCH
22410 | 223 90111J | CORVUS CONSTELLATION
22414 | | C/C/M
22417 | | C.B., REQUIRES CITIPC KEYBOARD
22419 | 223 90002C | UNK, TRY ^U, ^T, ^O
22420 | 223 90913K | DEC SYS 20 TOPS MONITOR
22421 | 223 9008N | SIGNAPORE VAX – 11 / 750
22422 | 223 90227A | C.B. ABIDJAN CBAF2
22423 | 223 90025 | C.B. BAHRAIN BOOK UD52
22425 | 223 90645B | C.B. NAIROBI CBAF2
22426 | 223 90009P | UNK
22427 | 223 90271E | C.B. JOHANNESBURG CB51
22428 | 223 9010IM | DIGITAL ETHERNET TERMINAL SERVICE
22429 | 223 90025F | C.B. DUBAI
22430 | 223 90301E | C.B. PIRAUES CBG2
22431 | 223 90281Q | C.B. AMSTERDAM CBA1
22432 | 223 90321E | C.B. BRUSSELS CBB2
22433 | | C.B. PARIS
22434 | 223 9034E | C.B. MADRID
22435 | 223 91101V | C.B. CBBA
22436 | 223 90528M | C.B. MEXICO
22437 | 223 92460 | EMEA CORPORATE AND GOVERMENT SERVICES
22438 | | C.B. BRUSSELS
22439 | 223 90391E | C.B. MILAN
22440 | 223 91474A | UNK
22441 | 223 91737B | C.B. ZURICH
22442 | 223 91739C | C.B. ZURICH
22443 | 223 90281O | UNK
22444 | 223 90446 | C.B. LONDON
22445 | 223 90661M | UNK
22446 | 223 90661N | UNK
22447 | | PPD COMMUNICATION NETWORK
22448 | 223 91238 | UNK
22449 | 223 90493K | C.B. FRANKFURT
22450 | 223 90679 | C.B. LUXEMBOURG CBQ1
22451 | 223 90123Q | BUFFALO NY REMITTANCE SERVICE
22452 | 223 90009N | C.B. MEXICO CBC6
22453 | 223 90281R | C.B. NEW JERSEY
22454 | | UNK
22455 | 223 90005F | C.B. BRAZIL
22457 | 223 90105O | UNK
22458 | 223 90002K | C.B. VENEZUELA CBC1
22459 | 223 90000A | C.B. ECUADOR
22460 | 223 910637 | C.B. KUALA LUMPUR CBK4
22461 | 223 90636B | C.B. SYDNEY CBS5
22462 | 223 91014D | C.B. JAKARTA (COSMOS)
22463 | 223 91495B | MANILA CBU3
22464 | 223 90263A | CITICORP C.B.
22465 | 223 91461F | C.B. SINGAPORE
22466 | 223 90073 | UNK, ^E ‘1%3457|90’
22467 | 223 90034 | UNK
22469 | 223 90250K | CITIMAIL EURO/MEAD
22470 | 223 90254G | DITTO
22476 | 223 90685H | UNK
22490 | | WANG VS LOGON
22493 | | BANCO INTERNATIONAL COLUMBIA
22498 | 223 9000 | C/C/M
224100 | 223 90103R | CITISWITCH NJ
224101 | 223 90458C | BMS
224102 | 223 90042K | CITISWITCH HK
224105 | 223 90007D | UNK, TYPE .
224106 | 223 90003D | C.B. PANAMA
224108 | 223 90000 | C/C/M
224109 | 223 91211 | N.I.M. V.2 BAHRAIN BOOK
224110 | 223 90003A | UNK, TYPE .
224111 | 223 90119V | FAME’S ETHERNET
SOME SYSTEMS:
CS1 FAMEB
S1 MODEM
HSM CS100A
GS3 GS3D
CS100B FAMEA
MVAX IBISM
224114 | 223 91745B | UNK
224115 | 223 90115Q | UNK
224117 | 223 90000 | UNK
224120 | 223 90003E | UNK, ESPANOLO
224121 | 223 90002 | ITG TEST BOX 2, PORT 9
224122 | 223 90824H | GLOBAL REPORT CC
224123 | 223 906615 | UNK, ‘LINE CURRENTLY DISABLED’
224125 | 223 90117R | C/C/M
224127 | 223 91016D | C.B. CBJ1
224128 | 223 90006G | UNK, LOGIN PLEASE
224129 | 223 90821 | CITI TREASURY PRODUCTS
224130 | 223 90828A | CITI TREASURY PRODUCTS
224131 | 223 90115F | C.B. NY NAIB ASTI
30120 | 301 20 | ELHILL MEDICAL LIBRARY
30124 | 301 24 | THE SOURCE
30126 | 301 26 | DNAMD1
30128 | 301 28 | THE SOURCE
30131 | 301 31 | PRIMENET NUSA
30133 | 301 33 | UNITED COMMUNICATION COMPUTER SERVICE
30135 | 301 35 | MORE / BSD 4.3
30138 | 301 38 | THE SOURCE
30145 | 301 45A | UNK ‘|’
30147 | 301 47 | THE SOURCE
30148 | 301 48 | THE SOURCE
30149 | 301 49 | THE SOURCE
30154 | 301 54 | TELENET
30157 | 301 57A | UNK
30158 | 301 58 | CDA ONLINE SERVICES
30174 | 301 74 | UNK
301100 | 301 100 | UNITED COMMUNICATIONS COMPUTER SERVICES
GROUP. SYSTEM/32, RLEASE 6.3
MODULE %ucg#ml
301140 | 301 140 | SCSTI, GUEST ACCOUNT : GUEST
301156 | 301 156 | THE SOURCE
301157 | 301 157 | THE SOURCE
301158 | 301 158 | THE SOURCE
301159 | 301 159 | THE SOURCE
301160 | 301 160 | NAVY ELECTRONIC MAIL SERVICES (NEMS)
ULTRIX – 32V1.1
USER SUPPORT -> 202-227-4030
301162 | 301 156 | THE SOURCE
301170 | 301 170 | SAME AS 301100
3037 | 303 7 | NCAR— US GOVERNMENT
MANY MAINFRAMES AVAILABLE!!!!
3038 | 303 8 | SAME AS ABOVE
3039A | 303 9A | NCAR
3039B | 303 9B | NCAR
3039C | 303 9C | NCAR
3039D | 303 9D | NCAR
3039E | 303 9E | NCAR
3039F | 303 9F | NCAR
3039G | 303 9G | NCAR
3039H | 303 9H | NCAR
3039I | 303 9I | NCAR
3039J | 303 9J | NCAR
3039K | 303 9K | NCAR
3039L | 303 9L | NCAR
3039M | 303 9M | NCAR
3039N | 303 9N | NCAR
3039O | 303 9O | NCAR
3039P | 303 9P | NCAR
3039Q | 303 9Q | NCAR
3039R | 303 9R | NCAR
30310 | 303 10 | SERVER FOR ABOVE???
30323 | 303 23 | UNK, (LOGO$CP) PROBABLY A PRIMENET
30338 | 303 38 | PRIMENET 20.2.1 SL
30358 | 303 58 | INTERACTIVE SYSTEMS PAD (V1.3),
ICO : LOGIN PORT 12
30365 | 303 65 | UNK, #NETWORK SESSION 2778
#B7900:400 CANDE 36.170 AT MARATHONB79;
YOU ARE NETCANDE00 (2A)
303100 | 303 100 | SWITCH CHAR ‘L’- LSTC2VM, LOGON VMTEST
PASS = LIGHTMAN
‘V’- CCSVM, LOGON OPERATOR
PASS = ???
303131 | 303 131 | PETROLEUM INFORMATION NETWORK
303134 | 303 134 | SOFTSEARCH NETWORK A
303140 | 303 140 | NETWORK, PASSWORD LOCKED
30504 | 305 4 | MARTIN MARIETTA SIM 3278 NETWORK
30520 | 305 20B | UNK, HELLO ACCOUNT XXXXXXXX.XXXXXXXX
30522 | 305 22 | DITTO
30534 | 305 34A | MARTIN MARIETTA
31230 | 312 30 | UNK, ‘ENTER SERVICE ID’
31234 | 312 34I | UNK, ‘ENTRY INCORRECT, TRY AGAIN’
31236 | 312 36 | U OF C COMPUTATION CENTER
GANDALF PARX 2000
31241 | 312 41A | UNK, SAME AS 31234
31242 | 312 42 | UNK, PROMPT ‘#’
31243 | 312 43 | UNK, PROMPT ‘#’
31246 | 312 46 | UNK, ‘CONNECTED’
31249 | 312 605A | AMERICAN HOSPITAL SUPPLY CORP. (ASAP)
HOTLINE –> 1-800-323-3830
31250 | 312 605A | AMERICAN HOSPITAL SUPPLY CORP. (ASAP)
HOTLINE –> 1-800-323-3830
31253 | 312 53 | UNK
31256 | 312 56 | CISCO DATABASE HARRIS-700
31259 | 312 59 | UNK
31263 | 312 63 | PEOPLE/LINK
31270 | 312 70 | PEOPLE/LINK
312120 | 312 120 | TIME INC., 1-312-329-6970
312121 | 312 121 | TIME INC., 1-312-329-6970
312131 | 312 131A | VM/370
312135 | 312 135 | PEOPLE LINK, 1-800-524-0100
SAMPLE ACCOUNT : OFS112
312142 | 312 142 | UNK
312159G | 312 159G | OFFICIAL AIRLINES GUIDE, ATT17526; NETSYS
312162 | 312 162 | UNK
312163 | 312 163 | UNK
312181 | 312 181 | UNK
312375 | 312 375 | MARKETING FACT BOOK
312570B | 312 570B | UNK
312570C | 312 570C | UNK
312571 | 312 571A | UNK, $$
312572A | 312 572A | UNK, SS
312233 | 312 233 | UNK, PASSWORD?,PORT =\HDQ.$X25K00.#VC04
312252A | 312 252A | BUSY
312252B | 312 252B | BUSY
312253 | 312 253 | UNK, CIERR
312256 | 612 442 | UNK
312259 | 312 259 | UNK, CIERR
312263 | 312 263 | REF
312269 | 312 269 | UNK, ID?, PASSWORD?
31520B | 315 20B | BRS, PASSWORD = 4PD607; SECURITY= AMC579
40255 | 402 55 | UTELL INTERNATIONAL HOTEL RESERVATION SYS
40219A | 402 19A | BUSY
40219B | 402 19B | BUSY
4045 | 404 5 | UNK
4047 | 404 7 | UNK
41530 | 415 27A | STANDFORD DATA CENTER SYSA FORSYTHE HALL
ACCOUNT IN FORM : AX.AXX
41537 | | CASTOR, ‘HELLO OPERATOR.SYS’
CALL KEITH TURNER FOR SECUIRTY 544-7608
41538 | | POLLUX, ‘HELLO OPERATOR.SYS’
CALL KEITH TURNER FOR SECUIRTY 544-7608
41548 | 415 48 | DIALOG
41549 | 415 49 | DITTO
41553 | 415 535B | UNK
41586D | 415 86D | BUSY
41590A | 415 90A | BUSY
41590B | 415 90B | BUSY
415260 | 415 260 | PRIMENET 20
415271 | 415 271A | UNK
415273 | 415 273 | PRIMNET 20.1.1A SUSHI
51312A | 513 12A | BUSY
51316A | 513 16A | BUSY
51330 | 513 30 | TELEMAIL?
51331 | 513 31 | MEADNET, SWITCH TO MANY COMPUTERS
6021 | 602 1 | USSWR1
61223 | 612 23 | WESTLAW
61234 | 612 34 | WESTLAW
61236 | 612 36 | UNK
61237 | 612 37 | WESTLAW
61240 | 612 40 | GANDALF PACX 200
61244 | 612 44 | REF
61246 | 612 46 | REF
61252 | 612 52 | REF
61253 | 612 53 | REF
61256 | 612 56 | WESTLAW
61257 | 612 57 | WESTLAW
61421 | 614 21 | STN INTERNATIONAL
61431 | 614 31 | STN INTERNATIONAL
61444 | 614 48 | UNK, ‘GOOD MORNING’
61445 | 614 48 | DITTO
61447 | 614 48 | DITTO
61448 | 614 48 | DITTO
61712A | 617 12A | BUSY, CHECK OUT NODES B-Z
61718A | 617 18A | BUSY, CHECK OUT NODES B-K
61720 | 617 20 | PRIMENET 20.2.3VR9.A PBN27
61722 | 617 22 | PRIMENET 20.2.3VR9.A BDSD
61727B | 617 27B | BUSY
61736 | 617 36 | ULTRIX PAD (V1.3.1.0) POR
HADDOCK.IMA.ISC.COM
61737 | 617 37 | PRIMENET 20.2.3VR9.A BDSH
80844 | 808 44 | UNK, ID:
80845 | 808 45 | REM PROC ERR 11 E2
80846 | 808 46 | UNK, ID:
80847 | 808 47 | UNK, ID:

THAT IS ALL I’VE HACKED OUT SO FAR. SEVERAL OF THE SYSTEMS HAVE VERY
SIMPLE ACCOUNTS OR DEMOS. TRY WHAT YOU CAN AND LEAVE ME A MESSAGE ON
ANY OF THESE BOARDS….

OBLIVION ————> (214)-221-4638
THE VEILED SOCIETY –> (214)-424-7234

ZORON

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How to Take Control of your Local IBM 370 by Another Hacker

**************************************
*                                    *
*   How to take control of your      *
*     local IBM VM/370 system        *
*                                    *
*    Written by Another Hacker       *
*    -------------------------       *
*     The *Elite* Phreakers Club     *
*                                    *
**************************************

Preface
^^^^^^^

This file represents and shows you how to gain access of the neighborhood
IBM VM/370 Mainframe with tricks and tips it could save you hours of HELP
file access in a few easy to learn lines.

First
Connection to a IBM VM/370 is easy!!. After connection (by modem or
terminal in half duplex if acceptable) type:

(C/R) B
or
PB
or
SP

if it is a VM/370
it should come back with:

VM/370 online

then hit (C/R) or Space Bar
a dot (.) should appear.  This is the
main command prompt.

.

now
you must logon

Format:

.LOG (id) (password)
or
.LOG (id)

ex:

.LOG OPERATOR SYSTEM
or
.LOG OPERATOR
ENTER PASSWORD
SYSTEM

Valid VM accounts built into the machine by IBM are:

OPERATOR     (for Operator status!)
VMBACKUP     (memory backup account)
PVM
BATCH1

Operator status IS available via the dial-up with NO restrictions!! after
entering  your account (ID) the password can only be 8 characters maximum
then you are in.

Once on you are in CMS status you should remain in CMS status to gain full
appreciation of  the IBM system.To check to see what status you are in hit
(C/R) alone after the dot (.)

Ex:

.CMS
.

or

.CP
.

etc...

(Please note: CMS=Conversational Monitoring System)

and

(CP=Control Program. You don't want to be in this state type BEGIN)

if for some reason you witness a abnormal logon type

BEGIN

it will then reset your account and put you back into the normal mode of the
machine

(Note: all instructions are meant to be executed only in the CMS environment)

Q NAMES

lists useraccounts presently logged on

Q ALL

lists what/who owns the account memory etc..

LISTFILE

lists the current directory of the account

TYPE (filename)

Executes a CMS file similar to EXEC command.

for a help file listing type

HELP CMS

and

LOGOFF

logs you off the VM system

Here is a small list of VM systems
to experiment with:

on Telenet
==========

C 20120    C 21222
C 21253    C 51647

That's all dudes and hack on!

IBM VM/370 Hacking Doc's brought to you by

%%%%> Another Hacker <%%%%

[\The *Elite* Phreakers Group/]

DOWNLOADED FROM P-80 SYSTEMS.....

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How to Take Control of your Local IBM VM/370 System by Another Hacker of the Elite Phreakers’ Club

**************************************
*                                    *
*   How to take control of your      *
*     local IBM VM/370 system        *
*                                    *
*    Written by Another Hacker       *
*    ————————-       *
*     The *Elite* Phreakers Club     *
*                                    *
**************************************

Preface
^^^^^^^

This file represents and shows you how to gain access of the neighborhood
IBM VM/370 Mainframe with tricks and tips it could save you hours of HELP
file access in a few easy to learn lines.

First
Connection to a IBM VM/370 is easy!!. After connection (by modem or
terminal in half duplex if acceptable) type:

(C/R) B
or
PB
or
SP

if it is a VM/370
it should come back with:

VM/370 online

then hit (C/R) or Space Bar
a dot (.) should appear.  This is the
main command prompt.

.
now
you must logon

Format:
.LOG (id) (password)
or
.LOG (id)

ex:
.LOG OPERATOR SYSTEM
or
.LOG OPERATOR
ENTER PASSWORD
SYSTEM

Valid VM accounts built into the machine by IBM are:

OPERATOR     (for Operator status!)
VMBACKUP     (memory backup account)
PVM
BATCH1

Operator status IS available via the dial-up with NO restrictions!! after
entering  your account (ID) the password can only be 8 characters maximum
then you are in.

Once on you are in CMS status you should remain in CMS status to gain full
appreciation of  the IBM system.To check to see what status you are in hit
(C/R) alone after the dot (.)

Ex:

.CMS
.

or

.CP
.

etc…

(Please note: CMS=Conversational Monitoring System)

and

(CP=Control Program. You don’t want to be in this state type BEGIN)

if for some reason you witness a abnormal logon type

BEGIN

it will then reset your account and put you back into the normal mode of the
machine

(Note: all instructions are meant to be executed only in the CMS environment)

Q NAMES

lists useraccounts presently logged on

Q ALL

lists what/who owns the account memory etc..

LISTFILE

lists the current directory of the account

TYPE (filename)

Executes a CMS file similar to EXEC command.

for a help file listing type

HELP CMS

and

LOGOFF

logs you off the VM system

Here is a small list of VM systems
to experiment with:

on Telenet
==========

C 20120    C 21222
C 21253    C 51647

That’s all dudes and hack on!

IBM VM/370 Hacking Doc’s brought to you by

%%%%> Another Hacker <%%%%