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*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*==*= =* Hacking Allnet *= -------------- =* *= 01/xx/88 =* *= By: =* *= Shadow WarriorTM =* **=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*= Allnet has many access ports, however the most commonly used ports are for 6,9 and 10 digit codes. I will go into detail on which dialups support which codes and how to hack them in a little while, but first I want to start off with a few words about Allnet. Allnet codes usually do not last very long so if you wish to use this as your primary service to phreak with, I suggest you plan on hacking vertually every day. Another intresting detail is that not all Allnet codes travel (they will only work in certain area codes) also some codes that do travel will die in certain areas and still work in others. The reason for this is that like most long distance services the have more than one switching port so if a code dies in one area and works in another its because the switching port in that area has not been notified that the code is no longer valid. As you might have guessed each switching port has its own list of valid and valid codes. Allnet can also call out of the country (Canada for example). The most commonly used ports for Allnet are: 950-1044 950-1444 800-992-1444 800- 950-1044 uses six digit codes and the codes do not travel. These codes come in handy because they are only six digits and can call out of the country as mentioned before. However if you are the type who is going to be known for always having codes and supplying codes to every phreaker you know, I do not suggest this service for the main reason that if are going to be known all around the country you have to have codes that work all over the country and these do not. 950-1044 does not give fake carriers in most areas and a valid prefix (first three digits of the code) can be found by randomly dialing in codes and finding one that waits until you are done entering the code and phone number you wish to call. If this happens but it is an invalid code you have just found yourself a nice prefix to hack off of. 950-1444, This is Allnet's nine and ten digit port. The two 1-800 numbers I gave you are also the ports for nine or ten digit codes. Hacking these codes out is a little bit different. You still dialup a random code, however if it does not ring before you finish entering the code, the prefix is valid. Please note that the prefixes for both nine and ten digit codes are seven digits long. Now once you have a seven digit prefix you are only two or three digits away from a valid code (there is only one valid code in each prefix for nine or ten digit codes). Actually its a waste to set your computer up to hack out a nine digit code for Allnet. Since you already have seven out of the nine digits the most you could have to do is try one hundred attempts by hand. For ten digit codes it may pay for you to set you computer to hack for you. Also the nine and ten digit codes do travel and can call out of the country. Is Allnet safe? Well, I never heard of anyone getting busted using Allnet, but like all other long distance services they have thier moment of glory when they actually catch anyone. Although Sprint is the one known for having second best security (AT&T ranks number one.) Every long distance service can and sometimes do catch people abusing thier service. Allnet of course is an old service and uses the format of code first then NPA (area code) and then the number you are dialing. This concludes my file on hacking out Allnet. Enjoy the service but be carefull.