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#                                                                        #
#                           The Remote Informer                          #
#                                                                        #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------#
#                                                                        #
#              Editors: Tracker, Norman Bates, and Ye Cap'n              #
#                                                                        #
#========================================================================#
# September 26, 1987                                           Issue: 02 #
#========================================================================#
##########################################################################
#                                                                        #
#   Brought to you by the 'new' TUFF:  The Underground Fone Federation   #
#                                                                        #
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==========================================================================
                                 The News                                 
==========================================================================
     Sprint Strikes Back      |    Celestial Elite/TUFF Come to an End    
==============================|===========================================
   Sprint caught a guy dealing|   Celestial  Elite  and  TUFF, the  famous
codes  on  the  street  in  LA|hack/phreak groups came to an end  a couple
this  past  week.  Information|weeks ago.  TUFF, however, is being  reborn
on  this  bust  is limited  at|and you can  expect it to  be back  to full
this time.                    |force within a month.  Sources have it that
   A seventeen  year  old  was|Magnus Adept, head  of the  now  terminated
busted  in Arizona  last week.|group, Celestial  Elite, has  started a new
The name of the  teenager will|group called Avalon Kingdom.  We are unsure
not be printed to  protect him|what plans are in store for it.            
from harassment calls.        |   TUFF has  several ideas  and  plans that
                              |will be out to the  public soon.  Look  for
>This information was supplied|future  issues  of The Remote Informer (tm)
     by Phreaky Phone II      |for new updates.                   
       
==========================================================================
        Beige Box Bust        |   TeleNet Hacker   |  Bate's Motel Moves  
==============================|====================|======================
   One  of our  editors and  a|   Crusader released|   Bate's  Motel  BBS,
member of  TUFF, Norman  Bates|his  TeleNet hacking|run  by  Norman Bates,
was  caught  for  Beige boxing|program on September|was forced to move. It
that he had done over 3 months|20, 1987.  Look  for|is temporarily  set up
ago.  The  calls  he had  made|it on a  good  board|at  (619)267-8619.  It
were inside his state and cost|you  call.  A review|will remain 1200 baud,
a total  of $12.  He  paid the|will be in the  next|and a  member  of  the
bill and no charges were filed|issue of The Remote |TUFF  Network.  It  is
against him.                  |Informer.           |open to the public.   
==========================================================================
   Phreaky Phones Return: Amazing?   | LDDS Buys Out TMC: Companies Merge 
=====================================|====================================
   The original Phreaky Phone numbers|   LDDS bought  out TMC last  month.
now support  the new  Phreaky Phones.|They merged into  LDDS, since it was
The guys running  them  had protested|bigger  and   more  widespread.  Any
that the  lines were being monitored.|companies that  were  subscribing to
There is no way that could have been,|the  TMC  long distance service were
and  they contradicted  themselves by|automatically coverted to LDDS.  All
restarting Phreaky Phones on the same|local TMC ports still work, but will
numbers.  They  gave  alot of  credit|soon be disconnected.  Refer  to the
to the people calling to suggest they|article  on  LDDS  in this issue for
believe a story like that.           |more  information on LDDS  dial-ups.
==========================================================================
   US Sprint Calls Destinations  |  Pirate's Hollow Is Back With 10 Megs  
==========================================================================
   US Sprint  now  calls  all the|   Pirate's Hollow is  back on-line.  It
numbers called  with unauthorized|now is run a  10 meg hard drive.  Unlike
codes.   Their  dis-advantage  is|most boards that have #'s  of megs, this
that  they are  delayed by  about|one will stress more  attention  on it's
two  months  in  calling  because|database.  The  database is scheduled to
they  have to  wait  till  people|be online by October 1st. This database
report they did not make calls to|will  contain 800+ text files on various
the numbers they were billed for.|topics, with  about 60% - 70% pertaining
Best advice is  to not call voice|to  illegal  activities.  Unfortunately,
with Sprint  except to  those who|Trax Xe is being redesigned, so until it
have   private  lines  other than|is finished, it will run on Carina.  The
their regular phone line.        |number is (415)593-6784 (300/1200 baud).
==========================================================================
                           Raggers and Braggers                           
==========================================================================
   This section is to make  you aware  of well-known raggers and braggers.
Since this is  the first time this  section is being printed, we will tell
you what classifies people as raggers and braggers.  In  the future issues
the top raggers and braggers will be  listed in this newsletter to let the
SysOps  know who not to let on their board, or to  atleast keep an eye on.
   A ragger is someone who will put someone else  down for something.  The
person might post a message  asking a novice  question  about hacking  and
phreaking, or may  say  something  that is completely wrong, and a  ragger
will  put the  other person  down for he said, posted, etc.  The ones that
usually classify in this category are the ones that think they know it all
and consider themselves right  no matter  what anyone  says.  Most  of the
users that  use codes and  consider  themselves a  master phreaker usually
become raggers.                                                         
   A bragger is someone who either does or thinks he does know everything,
and puts it upon himself to tell  the  whole  world that he  knows it all.
This  person is also  one who thinks he is better  than  everyone else and
he believes he is Elite, and no one else is.  People  who tend to  do this
are those who have, for some reason, become well-known in the  underworld,
and as  a result become a bragger.  Those  usually not too well-known will
not tend  to brag as  much as  those who think  everyone would  love to be
their friend and be like them.                         
   As a well-known ragger and  bragger, The Toad, learned that it does not
help to be one or both of those.  He  has since  changed and is now easily
accepted by  most.  Most people  disliked him because others they knew had
said something bad about him.  This  is called peer pressure and  is a bad
influence to those who  are new to the underworld.  I would suggest in the
future,  to not judge someone by what others  say, but rather by  how they
act around/to you. 
   The current  most  popular Atarian  that  classifies as a  ragger and a
bragger is Ace of Aces, and  is well-hated by many users and SysOps, since
he tends to put  down anything anyone  says and considers himself the best
at writing hacking programs.  He is commonly  referred to as  Ass of Asses
and Ass of Assholes.  Even holding an open  mind about this guy, you would
soon come to find that what others said  coincides  with what you see from
him.                                                                      
==========================================================================
                          A New 950 has arrived!                          
==========================================================================
   LDDS, who as  mentioned above bought out TMC, is  installing  a new 950
port to most major  cities.  By the time  you read  this, it should  be in
almost every area that supports 950 ports.  The number is  950-1450.  This
port will dial 976 numbers, but not 700, 800, or 900 numbers.  The dialing
method  for LDDS is:  7 digit code, then  even if the code is  bad it will
give you a dial tone.  Then  dial the area  code  plus the number.  If you
have a bad code it will simply say your call cannot be completed as it was
dialed.  There is a default code used on the system that  currently works.
The code is simply, 1234567.  I have seen codes from 5 different companies
and they all are in the format of 00xxxxx.  I do  not  know  what  type of
software they use, but I  will  know by  the next  issue exactly what they
place  on  the bills.  This  could  be  the  answer  to  alot  of people's
problems with fear of Sprint and ITT, especially  AllNets.  Just remember,
Tracker  is the one  who  found  this, and all  information  about it.  If
someone  is seen saying  they found  this, then they will be listed in the
next issue which will contain an article on leeches.                      
==========================================================================
                             Mailbox Systems                              
==========================================================================
   Mailbox systems are the link between information and the underworld. If
you have ever called one, then you will know the advantages of having one,
especially the ones that are  open to whole underworld, rather than just a
select few.  There are two types  of mailbox systems that are widely used.
   The first  type we will  talk about is the multiple mailbox systems, or
commonly referred to  as  message  systems.  These  systems  have several
mailboxes set up on one number.  Usually, you  can access other  mailboxes
from that  number  by  pressing '*' or '#'.  Sometimes you  just enter the
mailbox number and you are connected.  These are the safest systems to use
to protect information from US Sprint and other  long distance  companies.
Since US Sprint and other companies  call  the destination  numbers, it is
safer to  have 800 mailbox systems, and  most  of  the time, the  multiple
mailbox systems  are on 800 numbers.  The  passcode on  these  systems can
vary in length and can be accessed by several  different methods, so it is
impossible to explain exactly how to hack these systems.                  
   The other type is the single mailbox system.  These  are usually set up
in a reserved  prefix in an area  code.  (Ex: 713-684-6xxx)  These systems
are usually  controlled by the  same type of hardware/software.  To access
the area  where you  enter the  passcode, just hit '0' for a second or so.
The passcodes are  four (4)  digits  long.  The only way to hack  these is
manually.  The best thing you could do is to  find one that does not  have
a recording from a person, but just the  digitized voice.  If you hack one
that  someone already  owns, they will  report it and  it will not last as
long.                                                                     
   Here is a list mailboxes or prefixes to help you get started       
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Single                          Multiple                        Digits 
------------                     ------------                     --------
213-281-8xxx                     212-714-2770                         3   
213-285-8xxx                     216-586-5000                         4   
213-515-2xxx                     415-338-7000 Aspen Message System    3   
214-733-5xxx                     714-474-2033 Western Digital             
214-855-6xxx                     800-222-0651 Vincent and Elkins      4   
214-978-2xxx                     800-233-8488                         3   
215-949-2xxx                     800-447-8477 Fairylink               7   
312-450-8xxx                     800-521-5344                         3   
313-768-1xxx                     800-524-2133 RCA                     4   
405-557-8xxx                     800-527-0027 TTE TeleMessager        6   
602-230-4xxx                     800-632-7777 Asynk                   6   
619-492-8xxx                     800-645-7778 SoftCell Computers      4   
713-684-6xxx                     800-648-9675 Zoykon                  4   
                                 800-847-0003 Communications World    3   
==========================================================================
                           The Disclaimer!                            
==========================================================================
   We, the editors, take no  responsibility  for  your actions and  use of
the information in this newsletter.  This newsletter is for  informational
purposes  only.  If  you   are  easily   offended   by   telecommunication
discussions, then we suggest  that you not read  this newsletter.  But for
those  who are  truely interested in the  information in this  newsletter,
enjoy it.                                                                 
==========================================================================
                         Coming in the next issue!                        
==========================================================================
   In the next issue, we  will  be open  for suggestions from  the readers
of this issue.  We will have some featured articles though, which include:
1) Study of bridges
2) Review of Crusader's new TeleNet Hacker
3) More information on the new LDDS 950 port
4) Review of Code Hackers for all modems
5) List of TeleNet addresses
6) Credit Card checkers
7) Ideas from the readers
==========================================================================

      Brought to you in the Cookbook by the Jolly Roger!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jolly Roger Cook Book


File
Size
Name
000.jrc
9337
Introduction by The Jolly Roger
001.jrc
4984
Counterfeiting Money
002.jrc
8400
Credit Card Fraud
003.jrc
3055
Making Plastic Explosives from Bleach
004.jrc
1607
Picking Master Locks 
005.jrc
6608
The Arts of Lockpicking I
006.jrc
2680
The Arts of Lockpicking II 
007.jrc
1677
Solidox Bombs
008.jrc
7058
High Tech Revenge.jrc The Beigebox (NEW Revision 2.0)
009.jrc
928
CO2 Bombs 
010.jrc
2622
Thermite Bombs
011.jrc
910
Touch Explosives
012.jrc
1389
Letter Bombs
013.jrc
721
Paint Bombs
014.jrc
1356
Ways to send a car to HELL 
015.jrc
1215
Do ya hate school?
016.jrc
787
Phone related vandalism 
017.jrc
2432
Highway police radar jamming 
018.jrc
431
Smoke Bombs
019.jrc
654
Mail Box Bombs 
020.jrc
454
Hotwiring cars
021.jrc
400
Napalm
022.jrc
450
Fertilizer Bomb 
023.jrc
553
Tennis Ball Bomb
024.jrc
938
Diskette Bombs
025.jrc
1538
Unlisted Phone Numbers 
026.jrc
1440
Fuses
027.jrc
2254
How to make Potassium Nitrate
028.jrc
1445
Exploding Lightbulbs 
029.jrc
1330
Under water igniters
030.jrc
3411
Home-brew blast cannon
031.jrc
3340
Chemical Equivalency List 
032.jrc
4700
Phone Taps
033.jrc
1530
Landmines 
034.jrc
623
A different kind of Molitov Cocktail
035.jrc
9148
Phone Systems Tutorial I
036.jrc
9086
Phone Systems Tutorial II
037.jrc
8535
Basic Alliance Teleconferencing 
038.jrc
6826
Aqua Box Plans
039.jrc
494
Hindenberg Bomb 
040.jrc
4222
How to Kill Someone with your Bare Hands
041.jrc
12436
Phone Systems Tutorial III 
042.jrc
2115
Black Box Plans
043.jrc
5563
The Blotto Box 
044.jrc
1618
Blowgun
045.jrc
1679
Brown Box Plans
046.jrc
680
Calcium Carbide Bomb
047.jrc
1606
More Ways to Send a Car to Hell
048.jrc
1929
Ripping off Change Machines
049.jrc
2134
Clear Box Plans
050.jrc
2706
CNA Number Listing
051.jrc
3510
Electronic Terrorism 
052.jrc
1456
How to Start a Conference w/o 2600hz or M-F
053.jrc
5774
Dynamite
054.jrc
688
Auto Exhaust Flame Thower 
055.jrc
3209
How to Break into BBs Express 
056.jrc
575
Firebomb
057.jrc
528
Fuse Bomb
058.jrc
531
Generic Bomb
059.jrc
1859
Green Box Plans 
060.jrc
507
Portable Grenade Launcher
061.jrc
1776
Basic Hacking Tutorial I 
062.jrc
7367
Basic Hacking Tutorial II 
063.jrc
6796
Hacking DEC's 
064.jrc
2030
Harmless Bombs
065.jrc
1043
Breaking into Houses 
066.jrc
9145
Hypnotism
067.jrc
16448
Remote Informer Issue #1
068.jrc
3485
Jackpotting ATM Machines
069.jrc
425
Jug Bomb
070.jrc
2469
Fun at K-Mart
072.jrc
20127
How to Grow Marijuana 
073.jrc
512
Match Head Bomb 
074.jrc
4631
Terrorizing McDonalds
075.jrc
3559
"Mentor's" Last Words 
076.jrc
6059
The Myth of the 2600hz Detector 
077.jrc
8343
Blue Box Plans 
078.jrc
1096
Napalm II 
079.jrc
3333
Nitroglycerin Recipe
080.jrc
5385
Operation.jrc Fuckup 
081.jrc
4541
Stealing Calls from Payphones 
082.jrc
2068
Pool Fun 
083.jrc
3446
Free Postage 
084.jrc
334
Unstable Explosives 
085.jrc
1711
Weird Drugs 
086.jrc
9375
The Art of Carding 
087.jrc
1458
Recognizing Credit Cards 
088.jrc
7309
How to Get a New Identity 
089.jrc
14742
Remote Informer Issue #2 
090.jrc
12731
Remote Informer Issue #3 
091.jrc
11101
Remote Informer Issue #4 
092.jrc
10675
Remote Informer Issue #5 
093.jrc
4120
Phreaker's Guide to Loop Lines 
094.jrc
18943
Ma-Bell Tutorial 
095.jrc
2191
Getting Money out of Pay Phones 
096.jrc
5070
Computer-based PBX
097.jrc
13640
PC-Pursuit Port Statistics 
098.jrc
2970
Pearl Box Plans
099.jrc
10867
The Phreak File 
100.jrc
936
Red Box Plans
101.jrc
4012
RemObS
102.jrc
1582
Scarlet Box Plans
103.jrc
3543
Silver Box Plans
104.jrc
3718
Bell Trashing 
105.jrc
1689
Canadian WATS Phonebook 
106.jrc
1823
Hacking TRW 
107.jrc
7243
Hacking VAX & UNIX
108.jrc
1805
Verification Circuits 
109.jrc
1551
White Box Plans
110.jrc
1459
The BLAST Box 
111.jrc
3364
Dealing with the Rate & Route Operator
112.jrc
5085
Cellular Phone Phreaking 
113.jrc
1358
Cheesebox Plans 
114.jrc
2645
How to Start Your Own Conferences
115.jrc
2897
Gold Box Plans 
116.jrc
4550
The History of ESS 
117.jrc
5700
The Lunch Box 
118.jrc
2828
Olive Box Plans 
119.jrc
1446
The Tron Box 
120.jrc
2592
More TRW Info 
121.jrc
21362
"Phreaker's Phunhouse" 
122.jrc
35132
Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 27 (Intro to MIDNET) 
123.jrc
8774
Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 27 (The Making of a Hacker) 
124.jrc
30044
Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 28 (Network Miscellany) 
125.jrc
5122
Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 28 (Pearl Box Schematic) 
126.jrc
4831
Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 28 (Snarfing Remote Files) 
127.jrc
12832
Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 30 (Western Union, Telex, 
128.jrc
15861
Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 30 (Hacking & Tymnet) 
129.jrc
22696
Phrack Magazine - Vol. 3, Issue 30 (The DECWRL Mail Gateway) 
130.jrc
2560
Sodium Chlorate 
131.jrc
2844
Mercury Fulminate 
132.jrc
2086
Improvised Black Powder 
133.jrc
2744
Nitric Acid 
134.jrc
2330
Dust Bomb Instructions 
135.jrc
1828
Carbon-Tet Explosive 
136.jrc
2484
Making Picric Acid from Aspirin 
137.jrc
1515
Reclamation of RDX from C-4 Explosives 
138.jrc
3873
Egg-based Gelled Flame Fuels 
139.jrc
2283
Clothespin Switch 
140.jrc
1817
Flexible Plate Switch 
141.jrc
3937
Low Signature Systems (Silencers) 
142.jrc
1311
Delay Igniter From Cigarette 
143.jrc
1599
Nicotine 
144.jrc
1975
Dried Seed Timer 
145.jrc
1646
Nail Grenade 
146.jrc
8927
Bell Glossary 
147.jrc
1514
Phone Dial Locks -- How to Beat'em 
148.jrc
1068
Exchange Scanning 
149.jrc
4308
A Short History of Phreaking 
150.jrc
92661
"Secrets of the Little Blue Box" (story)
151.jrc
8348
The History of British Phreaking 
152.jrc
4435
"Bad as Shit" (story) 
153.jrc
3075
Telenet
154.jrc
2654
Fucking with the Operator 
155.jrc
3216
Phrack Magazine - Vol. 1, Issue 1 (The Phone Preak's Fry-Um Guide) 
156.jrc
5250
International Country Code Listing 
157.jrc
16745
Infinity Transmitter Schematic and Plans 
158.jrc
3346
LSD
159.jrc
1579
Bananas 
160.jrc
6115
Yummy Marihuana Recipes 
161.jrc
407
Peanuts 
162.jrc
3074
Chemical Fire Bottle 
163.jrc
1694
Igniter from Book Matches 
164.jrc
2529
"Red or White Powder" Propellant 
165.jrc
1831
Pipe Hand Grenade 
166.jrc
5536
European Credit Card Fraud (Written by Creditman) 
jr-cb-3.txt
872170
Jolly Roger's Cookbook Version III (November 9, 1990) 
jrcookii.txt
433958
Jolly Roger's Cookbook Version 2.0 (April 10, 1990) 


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