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  3.         Line 113481: [00:27] * dmh (~dmh@unaffiliated/dmh) has joined #otp22
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  6.         Line 113489: [00:28] <dmh> hey
  7.         Line 113495: [00:28] <dmh> that stupid picture on b caught my eye cuz i work for level3
  8.         Line 113497: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you work for which L3?
  9.         Line 113505: [00:29] <dmh> the level3?
  10.         Line 113507: [00:29] <dmh> lol
  11.         Line 113511: [00:29] <dmh> the CLEC
  12.         Line 113521: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> DMH what kind of access do you have?
  13.         Line 113535: [00:30] <dmh> i do LNP stuff, so only phone porting tools
  14.         Line 113539: [00:30] <asdgfsadg> dmh, can you look up the info on this number for us?
  15.         Line 113541: [00:30] <dmh> i can see if its in orderpath
  16.         Line 113547: [00:30] <dmh> a lot of government type stuff comes up blank tho
  17.         Line 113555: [00:31] <dmh> asdgfsadg, residental ports and some bigger businesses taht wanna move an entire pbx in one line cut
  18.         Line 113557: [00:31] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nah this is more likely to be just OTP-decoder's home address than gov't stuff LOL
  19.         Line 113561: [00:31] <dmh> hehe get trolled
  20.         Line 113563: [00:31] <nowat> dmh just put in the number and tell us what you find
  21.         Line 113565: [00:31] <dmh> sure
  22.         Line 113585: [00:32] <dmh> i dont know the number
  23.         Line 113589: [00:32] <dmh> uh its a 303? haha
  24.         Line 113591: [00:32] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, 303 is Denver.
  25.         Line 113595: [00:32] <dmh> I live in denver, so I'm well aware XD
  26.         Line 113597: [00:32] <dmh> yea no shit eh
  27.         Line 113599: [00:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we also suspect this to be a prank by a bunch of bored L3 guys too
  28.         Line 113605: [00:32] <dmh> im instantly suspect
  29.         Line 113609: [00:33] <asdgfsadg> dmh, everyone's a suspect
  30.         Line 113629: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, if you dox this for us you will get madd internets from 100+ anons all signed by al gore
  31.         Line 113635: [00:34] <dmh> hmm gay the LRN its on is owned by global crossing
  32.         Line 113639: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, L3 bought global xing in 2010
  33.         Line 113643: [00:35] <dmh> yea but the systems are still seperate
  34.         Line 113653: [00:35] <dmh> im remotin' in to my desktop
  35.         Line 113657: [00:35] <asdgfsadg> dmh, awesome!!!
  36.         Line 113661: [00:35] <dmh> i dont have access toa nything too wizzbang tho
  37.         Line 113673: [00:36] <Braco> who do you work for dmh?
  38.         Line 113675: [00:36] <dmh> level3
  39.         Line 113683: [00:36] <dmh> im not really 'engineer' level tho
  40.         Line 113697: [00:37] <dmh> has it
  41.         Line 113699: [00:37] <dmh> I just now saw it
  42.         Line 113701: [00:37] <dmh> :(
  43.         Line 113703: [00:38] <asdgfsadg> dmh, do you think you can talk to some people tomorrow and see if they can dox this? we mostly want to know just if it's a person, company, government, or Level3 prank
  44.         Line 113705: [00:38] <dmh> its interesting
  45.         Line 113709: [00:38] <maqr> dmh works at L3?
  46.         Line 113719: [00:38] <dmh> asdgfsadg, maybe, but for what i do that would be extremely uncommon
  47.         Line 113723: [00:38] <dmh> what i can try to do
  48.         Line 113725: [00:38] <dmh> is try porting it and make it fuck up
  49.         Line 113729: [00:38] <dmh> so then i can have an excuse to look into it
  50.         Line 113735: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nice, but what if they ask why you tried porting it?
  51.         Line 113737: [00:39] <dmh> if i put the number in our switches or somethin
  52.         Line 113739: [00:39] <maqr> dmh: you could tell whoever you're trying to convince to call the number and type in some code, so they can see how ridiculous it is and also want to find an answer
  53.         Line 113743: [00:39] <dmh> no i cant bullshit really
  54.         Line 113745: [00:39] <dmh> i can say i typo'd another number since i do port a shitton of denver numbers
  55.         Line 113753: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh do that
  56.         Line 113759: [00:39] <dmh> dunno where that will get me tho
  57.         Line 113763: [00:39] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, you should port it. Fuck it up, do what it takes.
  58.         Line 113765: [00:39] <dmh> my boss is cool
  59.         Line 113767: [00:39] <dmh> maybe
  60.         Line 113769: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whatever info you can get is useful
  61.         Line 113773: [00:39] <dmh> well i cant just port it outright
  62.         Line 113783: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: when we had people call L3, they could see it on their screen but wouldn't tell us who owns it
  63.         Line 113787: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: so i don't think it's going to be very hard to figure out if you work there
  64.         Line 113789: [00:40] <sauceman> dmh, have you called it yet?
  65.         Line 113793: [00:40] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  66.         Line 113799: [00:40] <dmh> it comes up up with nothing useful in orderpath
  67.         Line 113805: [00:41] <asdgfsadg> dmh, what DOES it come up with?
  68.         Line 113811: [00:41] <dmh> need a way to see info on th e block from the native (global crossing) but they have a different system with different login still
  69.         Line 113817: [00:41] <dmh> no orderpath just shows porting information
  70.         Line 113819: [00:41] <dmh> like, active with SPID xyz, from SPID yzz on date x/y/z
  71.         Line 113823: [00:41] <nowat> dmh can you quit your job tomorrow and apply at global crossing and then get the infos just to please the internet?
  72.         Line 113827: [00:41] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, is there any way to obtain more information?
  73.         Line 113831: [00:42] <dmh> hang tight guys
  74.         Line 113843: [00:42] <dmh> maqr, really
  75.         Line 113845: [00:42] <dmh> do you know what tehy did
  76.         Line 113847: [00:42] <dmh> was it just customer service or what
  77.         Line 113851: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: yes, at least 3 different engineers confirmed it
  78.         Line 113855: [00:42] <dmh> ok
  79.         Line 113857: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: OTP-Decoder called them
  80.         Line 113859: [00:42] <dmh> i believe you
  81.         Line 113863: [00:42] <dmh> im probabl just looking at the wrong stuff
  82.         Line 113865: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: i heard a recording of one that pholiage- called, i think
  83.         Line 113867: [00:42] <OTP-Decoder> maqr, dmh yes I called the,
  84.         Line 113873: [00:43] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, did you call customer service or the porting department or?
  85.         Line 113881: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: customer service, i think
  86.         Line 113883: [00:43] <dmh> the whatever number
  87.         Line 113889: [00:43] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I have no idea. I called the main department, hit 6 and then hit 3. I got transferred to 3 different engineers. Ed, and two others.
  88.         Line 113891: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: they offered to redirect us to 'fraud and abuse' when we said the number was calling out (not true)
  89.         Line 113895: [00:44] <dmh> i am not sure if their port-out or port in dept is public
  90.         Line 113899: [00:44] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, ok
  91.         Line 113901: [00:44] <dmh> there are just
  92.         Line 113903: [00:44] <dmh> a lot of segements of several system
  93.         Line 113905: [00:44] <dmh> each with their own logins
  94.         Line 113907: [00:44] <dmh> and a few expire monthly
  95.         Line 113909: [00:44] <dmh> so its hard to borrow em
  96.         Line 113917: [00:45] <dmh> guys just request a CSR on it ;)
  97.         Line 113921: [00:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you're awesome
  98.         Line 113927: [00:45] <dmh> no
  99.         Line 113937: [00:45] <dmh> actually
  100.         Line 113939: [00:46] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whats in the CSR?
  101.         Line 113941: [00:46] <dmh> if I gave the email to someone
  102.         Line 113943: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: we could have OTP-Decoder call your extension
  103.         Line 113947: [00:46] <dmh> they could make a request
  104.         Line 113949: [00:46] <dmh> but if you bomb it it will not get done
  105.         Line 113953: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: if we could get the request to you, say we found your business card somewhere or something
  106.         Line 113955: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: then would you have a 'reason' to look it up?
  107.         Line 113959: [00:46] <dmh> maqr, I only deal with big business accts really
  108.         Line 113963: [00:46] <dmh> asdgfsadg, i meant a CSR for the number
  109.         Line 113967: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: i think this is a hardware mitel pbx connected to a TWC trunk
  110.         Line 113969: [00:46] <dmh> but hang tight
  111.         Line 113975: [00:46] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I'm not sure what that means, but I'll certainly do anything you want me to do.
  112.         Line 113977: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: it's probably a 'big business'
  113.         Line 113979: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, time warner?
  114.         Line 113985: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: so says their transfer message, yeah
  115.         Line 113987: [00:47] <dmh> Braco, I'm talking customer service record or such
  116.         Line 113989: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  117.         Line 113991: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: and also just the volume of calls we've put on this thing is huge, and we've never hit a busy
  118.         Line 114001: [00:47] <dmh> scratch the CSR idea
  119.         Line 114007: [00:47] <dmh> its all moved over to our lame porting 'portal' which requires login
  120.         Line 114009: [00:48] <dmh> i have a friend at comcast
  121.         Line 114011: [00:48] <dmh> im going to have him try just doign the usual pre-port shit
  122.         Line 114013: [00:48] <dmh> outsourcing 0wns faggots
  123.         Line 114045: [00:49] <dmh> fuck
  124.         Line 114047: [00:49] <dmh> no CSR for TN
  125.         Line 114059: [00:50] <maqr> mwally: dmh works at L3 and does number ports
  126.         Line 114073: [00:50] <nowat> dmh: wat do you mean no csr for tn?
  127.         Line 114075: [00:50] <dmh> i tried to pull a CSR in our automated thing
  128.         Line 114077: [00:50] <dmh> it came back w/ no CSR
  129.         Line 114079: [00:51] <dmh> this means 1 of 2 thing
  130.         Line 114081: [00:51] <dmh> s
  131.         Line 114085: [00:51] <dmh> its not active, which is obviously not true
  132.         Line 114087: [00:51] <dmh> telephone number
  133.         Line 114091: [00:51] <maqr> dmh: can you query ANI for it?
  134.         Line 114095: [00:52] <dmh> the ANI is the same
  135.         Line 114103: [00:52] <anonen> dmh what the 2nd thing it can mean
  136.         Line 114111: [00:52] <dmh> ive seen CSRs fail on new blocks of native tn pools
  137.         Line 114113: [00:52] <dmh> anyone know how old the number is, or when someone stumpled apon it?
  138.         Line 114117: [00:53] <asdgfsadg> dmh, earliest record is 2011
  139.         Line 114125: [00:53] <dmh> kk thats weird
  140.         Line 114151: [00:54] <anonen> dmh are you saying it can only be government?
  141.         Line 114167: [00:54] <maqr> mwally: dmh
  142.         Line 114177: [00:55] <dmh> its not coming up in my shit
  143.         Line 114181: [00:55] <dmh> looks kinda like state bldg block
  144.         Line 114217: [00:56] <mwally> How much do we trush dmh?
  145.         Line 114219: [00:56] <dmh> wtf
  146.         Line 114221: [00:56] <asdgfsadg> nowat, dmh works at the correct Level 3
  147.         Line 114227: [00:56] <nowat> maybe dmh can get that one
  148.         Line 114231: [00:56] <maqr> dmh: they're a little twitchy, don't feel insulted
  149.         Line 114233: [00:56] <dmh> its fine i understand
  150.         Line 114235: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: this is has been a weird journey
  151.         Line 114237: [00:57] <dmh> im perplexed
  152.         Line 114243: [00:57] <dmh> thats why im here
  153.         Line 114245: [00:57] <anonen> dmh no offense but you a new, you are saying this line is rented by a gov bldg?
  154.         Line 114251: [00:57] <nowat> so did the 303 go 404 a minutes after dmh started poking at it?
  155.         Line 114255: [00:57] <dmh> anonen, no, its not showing up
  156.         Line 114259: [00:57] <dmh> basically
  157.         Line 114263: [00:57] <dmh> i cant see
  158.         Line 114265: [00:57] <dmh> anythign for it
  159.         Line 114267: [00:57] <dmh> in my usual systems
  160.         Line 114277: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: level 3 people definitely told us they could see who owned it... they could have been lying, but it doesn't seem likely
  161.         Line 114279: [00:57] <dmh> which I havent seen ever before, except with gov shit
  162.         Line 114283: [00:57] <dmh> maqr, no no, I believe them
  163.         Line 114287: [00:58] <dmh> i just wonder where they are looking at the number itself
  164.         Line 114289: [00:58] <dmh> hang tight ^^
  165.         Line 114291: [00:58] <dmh> i gotta vpn
  166.         Line 114293: [00:58] <mwally> dmh, can you confirm you work for Level 3 Communications?
  167.         Line 114295: [00:58] <dmh> i guess
  168.         Line 114299: [00:58] <dmh> but im not going to scan my badge for a buncha anons
  169.         Line 114303: [00:58] <dmh> level3
  170.         Line 114307: [00:58] <dmh> in downtown denver
  171.         Line 114311: [00:58] <anonen> dmh i respect that, we just need to know this is legit
  172.         Line 114317: [00:59] <dmh> well i've got nowhere
  173.         Line 114321: [00:59] <dmh> i dont want you reading between the lines
  174.         Line 114325: [00:59] <maqr> dmh: don't you have any coworkers you could call up and be like "hey, this is weird, you got any ideas?"
  175.         Line 114327: [00:59] <dmh> maqr, not at this hour
  176.         Line 114329: [00:59] <dmh> tomorrow tho
  177.         Line 114331: [00:59] <dmh> i can email a guy
  178.         Line 114335: [00:59] <dmh> did it just now die?
  179.         Line 114341: [00:59] <dmh> interesting
  180.         Line 114343: [01:00] <anonen> dmh we are pretty sure this is an ARG, which means non gov, could a college be renting the line?
  181.         Line 114345: [01:00] <mwally> dmh, OK, well, at the risk of blowing a good lead, I have reason to believe that the number in question is operated by a reseller known to your system as "Sybase365" -- Their CIC code is 102680 -- does this help any?
  182.         Line 114347: [01:00] <WolfKit> in the last few minutes yes dmh
  183.         Line 114351: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, hmm a little
  184.         Line 114359: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, that would explain the CSR situation - when a line is resold no CSR is returned
  185.         Line 114391: [01:01] <dmh> wtf
  186.         Line 114393: [01:01] <dmh> those random noises
  187.         Line 114395: [01:01] <dmh> someone has got to be fucking with us
  188.         Line 114405: [01:01] <dmh> what would be that low?
  189.         Line 114419: [01:02] <anonen> dmh please check the info from mwally please, we need this solved asap
  190.         Line 114425: [01:02] <asdgfsadg> DMH YOU BROKE IT!
  191.         Line 114445: [01:03] <dmh> i cant send request to Sybase365 without a LOA from the owner
  192.         Line 114453: [01:03] <dmh> so hrm
  193.         Line 114455: [01:03] <dmh> maybe
  194.         Line 114457: [01:03] <dmh> its his line
  195.         Line 114461: [01:03] <dmh> and hes like oh shit
  196.         Line 114463: [01:03] <dmh> lol
  197.         Line 114473: [01:03] <dmh> well
  198.         Line 114479: [01:04] <dmh> i cant vpn into th system i need atm
  199.         Line 114481: [01:04] <dmh> so i can bust decoder tomorrow
  200.         Line 114491: [01:04] <asdgfsadg> lol dmh we will be waiting with pitchforks and torches ready
  201.         Line 114503: [01:05] <dmh> maybe
  202.         Line 114505: [01:05] <dmh> someone here
  203.         Line 114507: [01:05] <dmh> works for level3
  204.         Line 114513: [01:05] <dmh> and killed it
  205.         Line 114515: [01:05] <dmh> when i queried
  206.         Line 114521: [01:05] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we are almost 100% sure the people running it are watching
  207.         Line 114527: [01:06] <Braco> can you place a CSR request now dmh? with the # being down?
  208.         Line 114533: [01:06] <dmh> Braco, I did and it came back no CSR
  209.         Line 114541: [01:06] <dmh> so if it is indeed a resold line - that would be right
  210.         Line 114545: [01:06] <marcusw> dmh: you done broke our arg, you crazy awesome bastard XD
  211.         Line 114547: [01:06] <dmh> CSRs always go through reseller
  212.         Line 114625: [01:10] <dmh> ok guys
  213.         Line 114629: [01:10] <dmh> i sent an email to my sup
  214.         Line 114631: [01:10] <dmh> saying i cant get a port to go through on this number
  215.         Line 114633: [01:10] <dmh> huehuehue
  216.         Line 114635: [01:10] <maqr> dmh: now you can safely say that calling it indicates something is wrong, you get a crazy humming
  217.         Line 114637: [01:10] <asdgfsadg> dmh, prob a bad idea when you're not at work, eh?
  218.         Line 114647: [01:11] <dmh> asdgfsadg, set for tomorrow morning
  219.         Line 114655: [01:11] <dmh> im afriad this number is beyond my reach
  220.         Line 114659: [01:11] <maqr> dmh: you're our only hope :P
  221.         Line 114663: [01:11] <dmh> unless i stick it in the switch or something and make it become my reach
  222.         Line 114671: [01:11] <anonen> dmh do whatever you can
  223.         Line 114681: [01:12] <dmh> wonder wtf happened to it
  224.         Line 114683: [01:12] <dmh> maybe someone else slammed it
  225.         Line 114697: [01:12] <anonen> dmh who could slam it/
  226.         Line 114703: [01:13] <dmh> well
  227.         Line 114707: [01:13] <dmh> anonen, would take 24hr
  228.         Line 114711: [01:13] <dmh> now that i think about it
  229.         Line 114847: [01:21] <dmh> this has to be an inside job by someone who first mentioned this number
  230.         Line 114853: [01:21] <anonen> totally dmh
  231.         Line 114857: [01:21] <dmh> i bet decoder is one of my coworkers
  232.         Line 114865: [01:21] <dmh> ah ok no way then
  233.         Line 114877: [01:22] <dmh> if true that would be game over
  234.         Line 114881: [01:23] <dmh> its probably a voip number someone who is bored setup numbers on
  235.         Line 114885: [01:23] <maqr> dmh: they did a very polished job then
  236.         Line 114889: [01:23] <dmh> thats what gets me
  237.         Line 114905: [01:24] <dmh> im curious about the timing of it just now going dead
  238.         Line 114911: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> dmh, the people running it are def in here
  239.         Line 114919: [01:24] <dmh> well tomorrow
  240.         Line 114921: [01:24] <dmh> i'll look at it
  241.         Line 114927: [01:24] <dmh> and facepalm
  242.         Line 114929: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> thank you dmh
  243.         Line 114931: [01:24] <dmh> when its some fucking
  244.         Line 114933: [01:25] <dmh> asshat
  245.         Line 114945: [01:25] <dmh> level3 sells some stuff directly
  246.         Line 114949: [01:26] <dmh> SIPs for companies, ISDN PBXs and shit
  247.         Line 114957: [01:26] <dmh> global crossing was bought by level3 as mentioned
  248.         Line 114959: [01:26] <dmh> BUT
  249.         Line 114961: [01:26] <dmh> the thing is
  250.         Line 114965: [01:26] <dmh> they still run their porting shit
  251.         Line 114967: [01:26] <dmh> on seperate systems etc
  252.         Line 114971: [01:27] <dmh> agreedo
  253.         Line 114981: [01:27] <dmh> shit
  254.         Line 114983: [01:27] <dmh> actually
  255.         Line 114987: [01:28] <dmh> im talking out of my butt
  256.         Line 114989: [01:28] <dmh> much to my surprise global crossing spids are in ucommand
  257.         Line 115029: [01:30] <dmh> mwally, so all we know at this point
  258.         Line 115033: [01:30] <dmh> is its a legacy global crossing number being potentially resold through sybase365
  259.         Line 115035: [01:30] <dmh> right
  260.         Line 115037: [01:31] <dmh> and tonight just now it stopped doing shit
  261.         Line 115043: [01:31] <dmh> when i say legacy, i mean before level3 bought global crossing
  262.         Line 115053: [01:31] <marcusw> dmh: so what's our best bet for tracing it?
  263.         Line 115057: [01:31] <dmh> ok
  264.         Line 115059: [01:31] <dmh> mwally, I will look it up in NPAC tomorrow
  265.         Line 115063: [01:32] <dmh> it is in there, I'll make a subscription and slam it on wednesday and see what happens
  266.         Line 115067: [01:32] <dmh> they lose service basically
  267.         Line 115079: [01:33] <dmh> heck, if we're lucky and its level3 native tn then i'll be able to get al ittle more info
  268.         Line 115083: [01:33] <dmh> but i have to wait till tomorrow for that too
  269.         Line 115111: [01:35] <dmh> wait
  270.         Line 115113: [01:35] <dmh> someone found a CD in a book in oregon?
  271.         Line 115119: [01:35] <abkus> dmh yes
  272.         Line 115121: [01:35] <dmh> this is obviously bullshit
  273.         Line 115125: [01:35] <dmh> haha
  274.         Line 115127: [01:35] <dmh> what was on it
  275.         Line 115129: [01:35] <marcusw> dmh: yeah, I know right?
  276.         Line 115131: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: ya, that's why we want to know who's behind it and why
  277.         Line 115133: [01:35] <dmh> its either erally good or really bad
  278.         Line 115137: [01:35] <abkus> dmh http://imgur.com/a/4v1XX#0
  279.         Line 115141: [01:35] <dmh> ah ok
  280.         Line 115143: [01:35] <dmh> nice
  281.         Line 115145: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: the call said to go to coordinates that matched a library, isbn, and pagenumber
  282.         Line 115147: [01:36] <dmh> i wasnt paying too much attention to the b thread
  283.         Line 115151: [01:36] <dmh> weird
  284.         Line 115153: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: the file had 4 massive text files on it, which were used as a key-value lookup for NATO codes read on later calls
  285.         Line 115155: [01:36] <abkus> dmh: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=36166  last two post here explain CD content
  286.         Line 115157: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: they ended up translating to messages, but just more stuff about payloads and melters
  287.         Line 115159: [01:36] <Braco> what do you mean by really good or really bad dmh
  288.         Line 115161: [01:36] <dmh> idk
  289.         Line 115163: [01:36] <dmh> spies
  290.         Line 115175: [01:37] <dmh> if i was the guy going to the library i woulda been freaked
  291.         Line 115181: [01:37] <dmh> taking pictures of random guys in there rofl
  292.         Line 115183: [01:37] <maqr> dmh: there were two dudes, i'm sure they pooped a little on this one
  293.         Line 115187: [01:38] <dmh> ya well done
  294.         Line 115247: [01:41] <dmh> oh man
  295.         Line 115251: [01:41] <dmh> I wanna get into packet radio
  296.         Line 115271: [01:44] <dmh> you know
  297.         Line 115275: [01:44] <dmh> the fact it goes back to 2011
  298.         Line 115277: [01:44] <dmh> im pretty convinced its not one guy fuckin around
  299.         Line 115285: [01:45] <Braco> longtroll dmh longtroll
  300.         Line 115287: [01:45] <dmh> for sure
  301.         Line 115289: [01:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that this didnt gain any popularity and it was a side project of someone's they left running.. then when they wanted to do something with it they dropped it on /b/
  302.         Line 115293: [01:45] <dmh> mm yea true
  303.         Line 115301: [01:46] <dmh> yea i hadnt yet called it before it went silent
  304.         Line 115303: [01:46] <dmh> :(
  305.         Line 115307: [01:46] <maqr> dmh: there's plenty of recordings
  306.         Line 115309: [01:46] <dmh> yai was listening to them
  307.         Line 115323: [01:47] <Braco> dmh would the guy running it incur a large phone bill after all these calls?
  308.         Line 115325: [01:47] <dmh> prob not
  309.         Line 115359: [01:48] <dmh> i called
  310.         Line 115361: [01:48] <dmh> and google voice dropped me
  311.         Line 115363: [01:49] <dmh> haha
  312.         Line 115365: [01:49] <dmh> one sec
  313.         Line 115417: [01:55] <dmh> hey
  314.         Line 115423: [01:56] <dmh> i came across some shit in the archives saying the number died before too?
  315.         Line 115425: [01:56] <dmh> on 9/10
  316.         Line 115429: [01:56] <dmh> ok
  317.         Line 115439: [01:56] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that was someone's phone not working correctly
  318.         Line 115443: [01:56] <dmh> oh
  319.         Line 115449: [01:57] <dmh> im just trying to catch up
  320.         Line 115457: [01:57] <dmh> kk
  321.         Line 115573: [02:05] <dmh> too good
  322.         Line 115585: [02:06] <dmh> i thought PSK31 was much higher freq sounding
  323.         Line 115589: [02:06] <dmh> oh wait
  324.         Line 115591: [02:06] <dmh> im listening to old shit
  325.         Line 115599: [02:07] <WolfKit> .. so tl;dr "ohfsck dmh is gonna find me, better switch to a non-Level 3 number"?
  326.         Line 115601: [02:08] <dmh> yea interesting timing to go a week on the number , er well years prior
  327.         Line 115623: [02:09] <dmh> i hope the url is an xhamster tranny vid
  328.         Line 115629: [02:10] <dmh> err, its a number
  329.         Line 115631: [02:10] <dmh> im dumb
  330.         Line 115653: [02:10] <dmh> yea dont call that
  331.         Line 115661: [02:11] <dmh> hehe
  332.         Line 115663: [02:11] <dmh> ya
  333.         Line 115667: [02:11] <dmh> verizon wireless block iirc
  334.         Line 115693: [02:13] <dmh> well its obv not gubment
  335.         Line 115697: [02:13] <dmh> .. right ..
  336.         Line 115699: [02:13] <marcusw> dmh: is there anything special about 999?
  337.         Line 115701: [02:13] <dmh> not that i know of
  338.         Line 115707: [02:13] <dmh> the only 'special' stuff we do
  339.         Line 115711: [02:13] <dmh> is taking beginning blocks of a pool for internal use
  340.         Line 115717: [02:14] <dmh> like 0000-10000 like taht previous number
  341.         Line 115729: [02:14] <dmh> nice blocks
  342.         Line 115735: [02:14] <dmh> huehuehue level3
  343.         Line 115737: [02:14] <dmh> this has got to be
  344.         Line 115741: [02:15] <dmh> um
  345.         Line 115757: [02:15] <dmh> so its bouncing around main level3 centers
  346.         Line 115761: [02:15] <dmh> interesting
  347.         Line 115793: [02:16] <dmh> let me see if i can pull anything on this number
  348.         Line 115803: [02:17] <dmh> fuck
  349.         Line 115805: [02:17] <dmh> i need the SLLI code
  350.         Line 115807: [02:17] <dmh> i mean CLLI
  351.         Line 115809: [02:17] <dmh> hnng
  352.         Line 115817: [02:17] <dmh> thats the building one
  353.         Line 115819: [02:17] <dmh> i saw taht
  354.         Line 115821: [02:17] <dmh> not working tho
  355.         Line 115825: [02:17] <dmh> ok
  356.         Line 115829: [02:18] <dmh> i dont know shit about DC
  357.         Line 115861: [02:19] <dmh> mwally, how about rate center
  358.         Line 115863: [02:19] <dmh> nm
  359.         Line 115873: [02:20] <dmh> ya its WSHNGTNZN1
  360.         Line 115877: [02:20] <dmh> whoa
  361.         Line 115879: [02:20] <dmh> whoaaaa
  362.         Line 115885: [02:21] <asdgfsadg> uhoh, dmh is about to blow this up
  363.         Line 115887: [02:21] <dmh> oh no nothing good
  364.         Line 115893: [02:21] <dmh> Your account does not have access to the following groups:
  365.         Line 115895: [02:21] <dmh> SPID: 6117
  366.         Line 115897: [02:22] <dmh> maybe that why they moved it :(
  367.         Line 115907: [02:22] <dmh> idk
  368.         Line 115911: [02:22] <dmh> reality is I dont do shit for DC
  369.         Line 115913: [02:22] <dmh> spid
  370.         Line 115915: [02:22] <dmh> any east coast stuff
  371.         Line 115921: [02:22] <dmh> yea, taht is very likely
  372.         Line 115927: [02:22] <dmh> im going to roam around tomorrow
  373.         Line 115929: [02:23] <dmh> and see if i see anyone with a shit eating grin
  374.         Line 115933: [02:23] <dmh> hrm
  375.         Line 115935: [02:23] <dmh> no
  376.         Line 115937: [02:23] <dmh> cuz I cant pull CSRs on these numbers
  377.         Line 115939: [02:23] <dmh> so they're not a direct level3 customer
  378.         Line 115943: [02:23] <dmh> or do you mean through a diff reseller?
  379.         Line 115945: [02:23] <dmh> thats entirelly possible
  380.         Line 115951: [02:24] <sauceman> dmh, do you think you could get some more Level3 folk in on this?
  381.         Line 115953: [02:24] <dmh> probably not
  382.         Line 115955: [02:24] <dmh> if i go
  383.         Line 115959: [02:24] <dmh> 'hey guyz i saw something weird on the internet'
  384.         Line 115961: [02:24] <dmh> look
  385.         Line 115963: [02:24] <dmh> i dont want to get your hopes up
  386.         Line 115965: [02:25] <dmh> let me wait till tomorrow
  387.         Line 115967: [02:25] <dmh> and reallly
  388.         Line 115971: [02:25] <dmh> look at both of them
  389.         Line 115973: [02:25] <dmh> and ruin someones fun potentially
  390.         Line 115979: [02:25] <dmh> omg
  391.         Line 115981: [02:25] <dmh> my phone just fucked up
  392.         Line 115983: [02:26] <dmh> and said call from 2029993335
  393.         Line 115985: [02:26] <dmh> for a second
  394.         Line 115989: [02:26] <dmh> because it was showing what i had in dialer before
  395.         Line 115993: [02:26] <dmh> it fucks up like that
  396.         Line 115995: [02:26] <dmh> haha
  397.         Line 116001: [02:26] <dmh> made me double take
  398.         Line 116005: [02:26] <dmh> android
  399.         Line 116009: [02:26] <dmh> ftl
  400.         Line 116011: [02:26] <dmh> its probably my boss
  401.         Line 116015: [02:26] <dmh> its mwally
  402.         Line 116021: [02:27] <dmh> jokes
  403.         Line 116029: [02:28] <dmh> hehe
  404.         Line 116031: [02:28] <dmh> 2029993336 only rings once for me
  405.         Line 116033: [02:28] <dmh> educational typo
  406.         Line 116035: [02:28] <dmh> brb
  407.         Line 116215: [02:44] <Braco> dmh: you there?
  408.         Line 116219: [02:44] <dmh> yes
  409.         Line 116225: [02:45] <dmh> did you need somethin
  410.         Line 116227: [02:45] <dmh> i gotta shit
  411.         Line 116359: [02:54] <asdgfsadg> so dmh was investigating
  412.         Line 116417: [02:57] <dmh> ok back, those habanero slim jims are bad news
  413.         Line 116439: [02:58] <dmh> did i miss anything on the new number
  414.         Line 116447: [02:59] <dmh> kk
  415.         Line 116453: [02:59] <dmh> they're good :(
  416.         Line 116465: [03:00] <asdgfsadg> randomguy, because dmh was about to find out who it was and the guy running it noticed and changed it up a bit
  417.         Line 116477: [03:00] <dmh> first thing im going to check is if this new number is actually w/ level3
  418.         Line 116479: [03:00] <dmh> make sure its not ported
  419.         Line 116489: [03:01] <asdgfsadg> dmh, it is with level3
  420.         Line 116495: [03:01] <dmh> asdfqwerty, thats what the block shows up as
  421.         Line 116497: [03:01] <dmh> yes, its a l3 native block
  422.         Line 116501: [03:01] <dmh> however that doesnt mean any single number hasnt ported out of l3 :p
  423.         Line 116507: [03:01] <dmh> but, given the other block was l3 too, i bet it is
  424.         Line 116513: [03:02] <dmh> im going to feel like such an idiot if its some fuckhead i know
  425.         Line 116521: [03:02] <asdgfsadg> dmh, d0x him. pitchforks and torches are ready
  426.         Line 116523: [03:02] <dmh> haha
  427.         Line 116525: [03:02] <dmh> trying to think of any crypto nerds
  428.         Line 116531: [03:02] <dmh> no doubt
  429.         Line 116541: [03:03] <dmh> yea, the sstv lookd like a blast
  430.         Line 116545: [03:03] <dmh> i've never seen anything like this
  431.         Line 116551: [03:03] <dmh> im only vaguely familiar with packet radio
  432.         Line 116557: [03:03] <dmh> but ya this stuff is cool
  433.         Line 116573: [03:04] <dmh> intellectual
  434.         Line 116599: [03:05] <dmh> how are you all getting such clear recordings
  435.         Line 116601: [03:05] <dmh> phone -> line in or some shit
  436.         Line 116607: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, recording over my soundcard.
  437.         Line 116609: [03:06] <dmh> well fuck
  438.         Line 116613: [03:06] <dmh> im on windows atm
  439.         Line 116615: [03:06] <dmh> cba
  440.         Line 116617: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> Same here, dmh. Windows 7.
  441.         Line 116621: [03:06] <dmh> record stereo mix or whatever?
  442.         Line 116623: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, VAC.
  443.         Line 116627: [03:06] <dmh> i have to admit im not familiar sorry
  444.         Line 116631: [03:07] <dmh> oh
  445.         Line 116637: [03:07] <dmh> badass
  446.         Line 116641: [03:07] <dmh> i use a usb amp and havent found anythign that works with it
  447.         Line 116645: [03:07] <dmh> i want to get into ham
  448.         Line 116657: [03:08] <dmh> yea fun getting arrested
  449.         Line 116683: [03:10] <dmh> noice
  450.         Line 116699: [03:11] <dmh> poor guy, RIP
  451.         Line 116715: [03:11] <dmh> oh ya
  452.         Line 116719: [03:12] <dmh> so low power can go real far right
  453.         Line 116721: [03:12] <OTP-Decoder> Yes, dmh.
  454.         Line 116727: [03:12] <dmh> im pretty engrossedi n this shit
  455.         Line 116731: [03:12] <dmh> numbers stations
  456.         Line 116767: [03:13] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, you're worse  than mwally
  457.         Line 116877: [03:19] <asdgfsadg> dmh for killing the number
  458.         Line 116881: [03:19] <dmh> thats a bad thing imo
  459.         Line 116887: [03:19] <dmh> all i did was query it in some basic shit and request a csr hahaha
  460.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  461.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  462.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  463.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  464.         Line 116905: [03:20] <dmh> if you feel a need to put me down for doing literally nothin
  465.         Line 116937: [03:21] <dmh> the IVR has like 10 voices
  466.         Line 116987: [03:23] <dmh> the latin stuff?
  467.         Line 116993: [03:23] <dmh> ah n1
  468.         Line 117097: [03:32] <dmh> how do you know some shit sunk?
  469.         Line 117101: [03:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we got two mig bogies as coordinate updates
  470.         Line 117105: [03:32] <dmh> oh right
  471.         Line 117115: [03:33] <dmh> this is making me wanna buy a SDR
  472.         Line 117123: [03:36] <dmh> in regard to what
  473.         Line 117135: [03:37] <dmh> oh thought maybe something specific
  474.         Line 117153: [03:38] <dmh> rofl
  475.         Line 117259: [03:47] <dmh> on that note
  476.         Line 117263: [03:47] <dmh> im going to sleep, ill let you know what i find tomorrow
  477.         Line 117267: [03:47] <WolfKit> odds of dmh getting v& when he goes to work tomorrow?
  478.         Line 117269: [03:47] <Nosfer> What you find in your sleep dmh?
  479.         Line 117271: [03:48] <dmh> lol
  480.         Line 117275: [03:48] <dmh> i cancelled sending that email
  481.         Line 117277: [03:48] <dmh> since the number changed
  482.         Line 117285: [03:48] <dmh> ya i'll look into it
  483.         Line 117291: [03:48] <dmh> ye
  484.         Line 117295: [03:48] <dmh> both level3 ..
  485.         Line 117301: [03:49] <dmh> scared of what
  486.         Line 117311: [03:49] <dmh> my boss is a nerd
  487.         Line 117313: [03:49] <dmh> he might get into it
  488.         Line 117315: [03:49] <dmh> if he's not the one doing i
  489.         Line 117317: [03:49] <dmh> y
  490.         Line 117323: [03:49] <OTP-Decoder> Haha dmh's boss is behind the number
  491.         Line 117325: [03:50] <dmh> nah i dont think he IRCs :d
  492.         Line 117331: [03:50] <dmh> im currently distracted by listening to russian on some webSDR
  493.         Line 117337: [03:51] <dmh> dont even have to buy a reciever to derp around!
  494.         Line 117357: [03:52] <dmh> i have no idea waht im listening to
  495.         Line 117361: [03:52] <dmh> but its amusing
  496.         Line 117371: [03:52] <randomguy_> dmh
  497.         Line 117373: [03:52] <dmh> randomguy_, wat
  498.         Line 117377: [03:52] <dmh> no
  499.         Line 117381: [03:52] <dmh> I'm new to all of this
  500.         Line 117383: [03:52] <dmh> not crypto
  501.         Line 117389: [03:52] <dmh> know the basics of crypto
  502.         Line 117427: [03:54] <dmh> kill all noobs
  503.         Line 118309: [06:04] <WolfKit> I wonder if dmh can fix it, lol
  504.         Line 120437: [12:39] <OTP-Decoder> dmh screwed with the old number and it moved over to the new one.
  505.         Line 120443: [12:40] <Selecao> dmh?
  506.         Line 120545: [12:54] <abkus> <@OTP-Decoder> Holy mother of God. <@asdgfsadg> so dmh was investigating <@asdgfsadg> our guy from Level3 <@asdgfsadg> and all of a sudden the number starts doing that
  507.         Line 120567: [12:59] <OTP-Decoder> dmh probably screwed up the old number so bad they had to revert to a backup type system which would be the 202 number.
  508.         Line 122595: [17:59] * dmh_ (~dmh@v-72-5-102-165.unman-vds.internap-denver.nfoservers.com) has joined #otp22
  509.         Line 122595: [17:59] * dmh_ (~dmh@v-72-5-102-165.unman-vds.internap-denver.nfoservers.com) has joined #otp22
  510.         Line 122597: [18:00] <dmh_> hey guys
  511.         Line 122599: [18:00] <dmh_> anyone still alive
  512.         Line 122603: [18:01] <abkus> dmh_ second number changed
  513.         Line 122605: [18:01] <dmh_> i kno
  514.         Line 122607: [18:01] <dmh_> wait
  515.         Line 122613: [18:01] <dmh_> what
  516.         Line 122615: [18:01] <dmh_> so third?
  517.         Line 122617: [18:01] <dmh_> i wanted to clarify what decoder was saying in that log on the wiki
  518.         Line 122619: [18:01] <dmh_> i didnt touch first number
  519.         Line 122621: [18:01] <dmh_> but i will bug him about it later or somethin
  520.         Line 122625: [18:01] <dmh_> i will look in a bit
  521.         Line 122627: [18:01] <abkus> dmh_: what is this http://70.90.239.101/2012-09-17%2018-00%20UTC%20-%20202-999-3335%20-%2099665.wav
  522.         Line 122629: [18:01] <dmh_> fuck
  523.         Line 122633: [18:02] <dmh_> abkus: can you pm it to 'dmh' so i can check when i get home
  524.         Line 122633: [18:02] <dmh_> abkus: can you pm it to 'dmh' so i can check when i get home
  525.         Line 122641: [18:03] <dmh_> ok thx
  526.         Line 122643: [18:03] <dmh_> i'll be back in like two hours
  527.         Line 122649: [18:03] <dmh_> third number in pks again?
  528.         Line 122655: [18:04] <dmh_> i mean psk :d ok
  529.         Line 122657: [18:04] <dmh_> gotta go
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  531.         Line 123013: [19:07] <anonen> did dmh come up with anything on who owns the number?
  532.         Line 123137: [19:26] <dmh> hey im back
  533.         Line 123139: [19:26] <dmh> changed a third time?
  534.         Line 123141: [19:26] <dmh> second rather
  535.         Line 123159: [19:28] <dmh> white pages just shows native owner of the entier block
  536.         Line 123161: [19:28] <dmh> however
  537.         Line 123163: [19:28] <dmh> i checked both numbers today
  538.         Line 123165: [19:28] <dmh> im now 100% sure they are both with level3
  539.         Line 123167: [19:28] <dmh> not that is breaking news or anything :p
  540.         Line 123171: [19:28] <maqr> dmh: oh yeah, hey, how's it going today?
  541.         Line 123173: [19:28] <dmh> fine
  542.         Line 123175: [19:29] <maqr> dmh: i don't mean about your general well being, i mean for the phone number :P
  543.         Line 123179: [19:29] <dmh> ya
  544.         Line 123181: [19:29] <dmh> i checked both of them to see if they've been ported from native blocks
  545.         Line 123183: [19:29] <dmh> but they havent
  546.         Line 123185: [19:29] <dmh> doesnt fix reseller questions though
  547.         Line 123187: [19:29] <dmh> I tried to pull a CSR in the correct system, but needed a billing zip code
  548.         Line 123193: [19:30] <dmh> and thats not exactly legal to pull a CSR without authorization
  549.         Line 123199: [19:30] <dmh> I tried a few random DC ones
  550.         Line 123201: [19:30] <dmh> but its pointless
  551.         Line 123203: [19:30] <dmh> to guess
  552.         Line 123205: [19:30] <dmh> it locks you out after 3 or 4
  553.         Line 123209: [19:30] <Cariyla> Selecao: Guess what, dmh is.
  554.         Line 123215: [19:30] <dmh> Braco, nah its outta our reach
  555.         Line 123217: [19:30] <dmh> i also want to clarify
  556.         Line 123219: [19:31] <dmh> i didn't do anything to the TN yesterday
  557.         Line 123221: [19:31] <dmh> if decoder was saying such
  558.         Line 123223: [19:31] <dmh> i just queried in some search thing
  559.         Line 123231: [19:31] <dmh> so,  that makes me suspect of IRC :P
  560.         Line 123233: [19:31] <dmh> given the timing, or just a coincidence
  561.         Line 123237: [19:31] <randomguy_> dmh I believe you
  562.         Line 123239: [19:31] <dmh> however
  563.         Line 123243: [19:31] <dmh> here is what i can confirm
  564.         Line 123245: [19:31] <dmh> both are native tns with level3. the end :(
  565.         Line 123247: [19:31] <dmh> in our switches, never ported etc
  566.         Line 123251: [19:32] <dmh> so, not being able to pull a CSR without billing zip code is a big cockblock
  567.         Line 123257: [19:32] <dmh> we bought them a few years ago
  568.         Line 123261: [19:32] <dmh> i double checked to see if it was still in their old systems, like i was saying last night
  569.         Line 123265: [19:32] <dmh> it wasnt in there, tis been migrated over
  570.         Line 123267: [19:33] <dmh> i think it ALL has now, so i was wrong
  571.         Line 123271: [19:33] <dmh> no
  572.         Line 123275: [19:33] <dmh> yes
  573.         Line 123283: [19:33] <dmh> i tried like 10 across 3 logins
  574.         Line 123285: [19:33] <dmh> im under the impression there isnt many more
  575.         Line 123289: [19:34] <dmh> billing address is probably completely different, giving its pointing us around
  576.         Line 123291: [19:34] <dmh> oh wow, just looked, there are quite a few
  577.         Line 123293: [19:34] <dmh> but still
  578.         Line 123299: [19:34] <dmh> i could get fired for even trying that :p
  579.         Line 123301: [19:34] <dmh> no not since last night
  580.         Line 123317: [19:35] <dmh> ya im not going to push it, probably just some crypto nerd
  581.         Line 123319: [19:35] <dmh> you cant say its not well done
  582.         Line 123325: [19:35] <dmh> ok whatever nerd
  583.         Line 123341: [19:35] <dmh> hrm
  584.         Line 123345: [19:35] <dmh> so 3 numbers now huh
  585.         Line 123359: [19:36] <dmh> that doesnt sound like a level3 msg
  586.         Line 123373: [19:36] <dmh> well i'll just say i've never heard it haha
  587.         Line 123379: [19:36] <dmh> guys we shitted up someones numbers station
  588.         Line 123385: [19:37] <dmh> prev was 3335
  589.         Line 123389: [19:37] <dmh> i've only seen 0001 - 0005 used on LRNs to be honest :o
  590.         Line 123391: [19:37] <dmh> or businesses
  591.         Line 123393: [19:37] <dmh> who bought a whole block or whatever
  592.         Line 123397: [19:37] <dmh> good god those tones right before the msg
  593.         Line 123415: [19:38] <dmh> rwx_, thats psk3 of the other number or something
  594.         Line 123435: [19:39] <sauceman> dmh: what about the tones?
  595.         Line 123441: [19:40] <dmh> dont ask me
  596.         Line 123445: [19:40] <dmh> im not a phone guy really
  597.         Line 123447: [19:40] <dmh> all i do is port numbers and update switches
  598.         Line 123449: [19:40] <dmh> really lightweight stuff
  599.         Line 123455: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: surely there's one super nerdy guy in the office you could poke about it?
  600.         Line 123461: [19:41] <dmh> not in my dept but if I can make an excuse to ask someone ni the metal
  601.         Line 123463: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: if you had them dial the number with the tone that plays right away, they might be like "well that's weird" and look it up for you
  602.         Line 123467: [19:41] <dmh> if im asking about some random resold line tho I could get a lot of shit
  603.         Line 123469: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: i think as long as they don't have to enter an 'agent code', they'd be fine calling it
  604.         Line 123471: [19:42] <dmh> the 3335 is in our switches
  605.         Line 123475: [19:42] <dmh> or at least was this morning :p
  606.         Line 123477: [19:42] <dmh> so i can come up with something
  607.         Line 123487: [19:42] <Selecao> dmh, what are your office hours and time zone?
  608.         Line 123491: [19:43] <dmh> here is my social security number
  609.         Line 123609: [20:11] <dmh> rofl
  610.         Line 123621: [20:13] <dmh> are you still typing on an android
  611.         Line 123743: [20:24] <dmh> haha o man listening to some racist old fucks on a webSDR
  612.         Line 123749: [20:26] <dmh> Employee Savings up to 51% on southern California's best family entertainment!
  613.         Line 123753: [20:26] <Cariyla> Lol dmh
  614.         Line 123791: [20:29] <dmh> ya setup
  615.         Line 123805: [20:30] <dmh> welcome to 1999
  616.         Line 123811: [20:30] <dmh> jk
  617.         Line 123813: [20:30] <dmh> :d
  618.         Line 123823: [20:32] <dmh> phone domain!
  619.         Line 123825: [20:32] <dmh> haha
  620.         Line 123881: [20:40] <dmh> why the fuck is VAC yelling at me
  621.         Line 123887: [20:40] <dmh> is it saying throttle
  622.         Line 123907: [20:42] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, no luck for me today
  623.         Line 123909: [20:42] <dmh> was able to confirm both are indeed level3 numbers but tahts all
  624.         Line 123913: [20:42] <OTP-Decoder> Why's that, dmh?
  625.         Line 123917: [20:42] <dmh> need billing address to pull CSR
  626.         Line 123943: [20:44] <dmh> nevermind, VAC is saying 'trial' over and over :d
  627.         Line 123951: [20:44] <dmh> i think anyawy
  628.         Line 123959: [20:44] <dmh> interesting
  629.         Line 124347: [21:06] <dmh> omg
  630.         Line 124351: [21:06] <dmh> ham radio is cool
  631.         Line 124353: [21:07] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I. KNOW. RIGHT.
  632.         Line 124359: [21:07] <dmh> i am watching a bpsk-31 convo
  633.         Line 124361: [21:07] <dmh> blowing my mindzor
  634.         Line 124363: [21:07] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, link to the webSDR your on?
  635.         Line 124367: [21:07] <dmh> http://w4ax.com/
  636.         Line 124369: [21:07] <dmh> naw tis just rambling
  637.         Line 124373: [21:08] <dmh> 7034 kHz around there
  638.         Line 124377: [21:08] <dmh> people talkin about being noobs @ computering
  639.         Line 124379: [21:08] <dmh> its being interrupted by my VAC trial :D
  640.         Line 124391: [21:10] <dmh> valve anti cheat
  641.         Line 124409: [21:11] <dmh> Silverfish, virtual audio cable
  642.         Line 124411: [21:11] <dmh> i am using it highly recommended by decoder :p
  643.         Line 124413: [21:11] <dmh> pretty nifty
  644.         Line 124415: [21:11] <dmh> not free tho
  645.         Line 124419: [21:12] <dmh> the bpsk31 convo?
  646.         Line 124423: [21:12] <dmh> no joke
  647.         Line 124425: [21:12] <dmh> might have to try that out
  648.         Line 124433: [21:13] <dmh> it was me
  649.         Line 124443: [21:16] <dmh> fucking shitty hexchat fucked up
  650.         Line 124445: [21:16] <dmh> brb
  651.         Line 124447: [21:16] * dmh has quit IRC (Quit: dmh)
  652.         Line 124447: [21:16] * dmh has quit IRC (Quit: dmh)
  653.         Line 124449: [21:16] <Silverfish> fucking shitty dmh using hexchat
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  657.         Line 124487: [21:22] <dmh> agree.
  658.         Line 124489: [21:22] <dmh> g
  659.         Line 124563: [21:32] <dmh> man i cant figure out the SSTV
  660.         Line 124565: [21:33] <dmh> damnit
  661.         Line 124569: [21:33] <dmh> just some random sstv
  662.         Line 124571: [21:33] <maqr> dmh: you ahve sstv that you need decoded?
  663.         Line 124577: [21:33] <dmh> maqr: trying to figure out how to do it
  664.         Line 124581: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: it's pretty easy with VAC and RX-SSTV on windows
  665.         Line 124583: [21:34] <dmh> thats exactly what i have got cooking atm
  666.         Line 124585: [21:34] <dmh> i have 3kHz going into it
  667.         Line 124587: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1
  668.         Line 124591: [21:34] <dmh> but havent figured out which setting is correct mode in rx-sstv
  669.         Line 124593: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: then you play with vlc or media player or whatever, and start rx-sstv
  670.         Line 124595: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: previous transmissions were AVT 90
  671.         Line 124599: [21:34] <dmh> oh ok that makes it much easier
  672.         Line 124601: [21:35] <dmh> it will stream to vlc realtime so i can just flip through the modes?
  673.         Line 124605: [21:35] <maqr> dmh: yeah, more or less
  674.         Line 124607: [21:35] <dmh> does USB or LSB matter
  675.         Line 124611: [21:35] <dmh> or just bandwidth covering the data
  676.         Line 124613: [21:35] <maqr> dmh: what do you mean?
  677.         Line 124617: [21:36] <dmh> hrm
  678.         Line 124619: [21:36] <dmh> let me try that
  679.         Line 124621: [21:36] <maqr> dmh: can you link me to the wav? i'll give it a go
  680.         Line 124625: [21:36] <dmh> this isnt a wave im trying it on some live
  681.         Line 124627: [21:36] <dmh> random shit
  682.         Line 124631: [21:36] <maqr> dmh: well make a wav :P
  683.         Line 124647: [21:37] <dmh> i guess it doesnt work with all cards
  684.         Line 124669: [21:40] <dmh> wish you could specify audio device chrome uses
  685.         Line 124849: [22:11] <dmh> damn people are fast at keying morse
  686.         Line 124939: [23:05] <asdgfsadg> whats up with dmh?
  687.         Line 124943: [23:05] <Silverfish> dmh has shitty
  688.         Line 125003: [23:09] <dmh> my hands smell like meat
  689.         Line 125121: [23:22] <dmh> im gay
  690.         Line 125131: [23:23] <dmh> no need billing zip code
  691.         Line 125133: [23:23] <dmh> also :illegal:
  692.         Line 125137: [23:23] <dmh> that is the question
  693.         Line 125139: [23:23] <dmh> haha
  694.         Line 125143: [23:23] <dmh> cant pull CSR without it
  695.         Line 125145: [23:23] <dmh> and illegal to request CSR without LOA
  696.         Line 125147: [23:24] <dmh> you know, speakin by the books ..
  697.         Line 125149: [23:24] <asdgfsadg> dmh oh yea, but not legally illegal.. just against company policy, right?
  698.         Line 125151: [23:24] <dmh> no, absolutely federally illegal
  699.         Line 125157: [23:25] <dmh> of course man
  700.         Line 125161: [23:25] <dmh> asking for a customer service record without their authorization
  701.         Line 125163: [23:26] <dmh> thats like saying its ok for me to get your home address without any consent
  702.         Line 125167: [23:26] <dmh> ofc its illegal :p
  703.         Line 125173: [23:26] <dmh> both the numbers are level3 numbers
  704.         Line 125177: [23:27] <dmh> didnt know about third oen till i got home
  705.         Line 125179: [23:27] <dmh> brb foodin
  706.         Line 125185: [23:27] <randomguy_> dmh want corn dogs?
  707.         Line 125199: [23:29] <dmh> ok someone kill you
  708.         Line 125203: [23:29] <Silverfish> dmh, it's not illegal for me to find your home address without your consent
  709.         Line 125205: [23:30] <dmh> sure
  710.         Line 125261: [23:50] <dmh> fuck this ARG
  711.         Line 125345: [00:00] <dmh> 10 get fucked
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  713.         Line 125583: [00:27] <sauceman> dmh, is there any way you can check and see if the # went there without looking at CSRs?
  714.         Line 125603: [00:29] <sauceman> where's dmh when you need him?
  715.         Line 126523: [05:53] <asdgfsadg> dmh i think
  716.         Line 127877: [10:32] <asdgfsadg> yeah, already saw it. i think i said that to dmh last night or something but i'm glad someone made a graphic of it
  717.         Line 129325: [15:07] <abkus> http://www.sendspace.com/file/w0b361 <- latest irc logs   you can check his posts "dmh"
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  721.         Line 130957: [20:23] <dmh> agreed
  722.         Line 130961: [20:23] <dmh> i am now listening to psk31 convos
  723.         Line 130963: [20:23] <dmh> and know wtf sstv is
  724.         Line 130967: [20:23] <dmh> and im gay
  725.         Line 132361: [23:44] <dmh> i just sharted omg
  726.         Line 132923: [01:19] <asdgfsadg> it was dmh that was playing with it
  727.         Line 132925: [01:20] <dmh> i didnt touch the number fyi
  728.         Line 132927: [01:20] <dmh> just queried it
  729.         Line 132931: [01:21] <dmh> no doubt there :(
  730.         Line 132933: [01:21] <dmh> i ruined the ARG
  731.         Line 132937: [01:21] <asdgfsadg> dmh, why? it's back. both numbers now
  732.         Line 132941: [01:21] <maqr> dmh: any luck finding the true owner?
  733.         Line 132945: [01:21] <dmh> only kidding
  734.         Line 132947: [01:21] <dmh> maqr, no need billing zip code
  735.         Line 132951: [01:21] <maqr> dmh: surely someone can look it up for you?
  736.         Line 132955: [01:21] <dmh> no ..
  737.         Line 132957: [01:22] <dmh> 3 per login
  738.         Line 132959: [01:22] <dmh> i tried 10
  739.         Line 132963: [01:22] <dmh> exhausting all but my actaul login i needed for wrok
  740.         Line 132965: [01:22] <maqr> dmh: if they were willing to give us the name if we could guess it... find the name and we'll find the billing zip?
  741.         Line 132969: [01:22] <dmh> the name is on the CSR
  742.         Line 132971: [01:22] <dmh> ..
  743.         Line 132973: [01:22] <dmh> :(
  744.         Line 132977: [01:23] <asdgfsadg> dmh, try 00000 for "this is on the government's tab, there ain't no billing zip code"
  745.         Line 132981: [01:23] <dmh> or maybe
  746.         Line 132983: [01:24] <dmh> whatever
  747.         Line 132985: [01:24] <dmh> like a name would help anything
  748.         Line 132987: [01:24] <dmh> knowing the PMs name would just add to it!@
  749.         Line 133005: [01:32] <dmh> :ARG:
  750.         Line 133033: [01:34] <dmh> CUZ tats soo amazing to say
  751.         Line 133129: [01:45] <dmh> yo anyone wanna cyber
  752.         Line 133131: [01:45] <dmh> dis shit is done
  753.         Line 133219: [01:57] <dmh> death to all in colorado
  754.         Line 133239: [01:59] <dmh> yo distortednet want a shell or are you poo poo
  755.         Line 133253: [02:01] <dmh> not the first time i've heard that
  756.         Line 133283: [02:05] <dmh> yo
  757.         Line 133289: [02:05] <dmh> i called your isp for you
  758.         Line 133291: [02:05] <dmh> they say get fucked
  759.         Line 133323: [02:10] <dmh> redtube ftw
  760.         Line 133325: [02:10] <dmh> jk
  761.         Line 133327: [02:10] <dmh> -devout xhamster fan
  762.         Line 135575: [09:37] * dmh has quit IRC (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
  763.         Line 138353: [20:58] <marcusw> Folley: dmh
  764.         Line 165313: [04:29] <sauceman> especially since dmh came up dry
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  771.         Line 177537: [02:24] <dmh> sup
  772.         Line 177543: [02:24] <sauceman> dmh, soup
  773.         Line 177549: [02:25] <dmh> n2m
  774.         Line 177551: [02:25] <dmh> see you guys been busy
  775.         Line 177565: [02:27] <dmh> whats up with this data.bin
  776.         Line 177567: [02:27] <dmh> passworded and no one has figured out still?
  777.         Line 177573: [02:28] <zhazha> oh, yeah dmh
  778.         Line 177585: [02:29] <dmh> why valve
  779.         Line 177599: [02:30] <dmh> the portal arg was very basic in comparison tho
  780.         Line 177607: [02:31] <dmh> yo gabe wat up w/ MELTER3
  781.         Line 177613: [02:33] <dmh> good point
  782.         Line 177677: [02:58] <dmh> i just made a simpel c program to barf random shit into it
  783.         Line 177681: [03:01] <dmh> truecrack is cool
  784.         Line 177713: [03:12] <dmh> hmm
  785.         Line 177717: [03:14] <dmh> no one has tried that prveiously?
  786.         Line 177737: [03:15] <dmh> im gay
  787.         Line 177751: [03:19] <dmh> wtf
  788.         Line 177753: [03:19] <dmh> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_message_service#Silent_SMS
  789.         Line 177757: [03:23] <abkus_> dmh: yup on drug trafficing operations always remove battery from phone
  790.         Line 177759: [03:24] <dmh> lol good to know
  791.         Line 177761: [03:24] <dmh> just reading about SMS randomly
  792.         Line 177763: [03:24] <dmh> didnt know it is used in SS7 MAP
  793.         Line 177767: [03:27] <dmh> prob ez, wouldnt doubt it
  794.         Line 177773: [03:27] <dmh> yea indeed
  795.         Line 177781: [03:28] <dmh> yea im not worried about it or anything
  796.         Line 177783: [03:28] <dmh> just interesting
  797.         Line 177785: [03:29] <dmh> sauceman: isnt that just an ANI
  798.         Line 177791: [03:29] <dmh> or anac i guess
  799.         Line 177793: [03:30] <dmh> hehe
  800.         Line 177797: [03:31] <dmh> automated number announcement something
  801.         Line 177799: [03:32] <dmh> automatic number announcement circuit
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  803.         Line 185179: [14:22] <marcusw> that's pretty much what we did with level3 and dmh
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  807.         Line 188491: [22:54] <abkus_> hi dmh
  808.         Line 188495: [22:56] <dmh> whats up
  809.         Line 188637: [23:23] <dmh> yo any iceburgs die yet
  810.         Line 188639: [23:23] <dmh> rip
  811.         Line 188805: [00:42] <dmh> HEYA
  812.         Line 188989: [01:27] <dmh> sounds like fun
  813.         Line 188991: [01:27] <dmh> not
  814.         Line 188993: [01:28] <dmh> jk :( nuke your gpu on data.bin
  815.         Line 189223: [02:13] <marcusw> invision: dmh was helping with that, but twc has more powerful friends at l3 than we do
  816.         Line 189231: [02:13] <dmh> marcusw, only scum works at l3
  817.         Line 189233: [02:13] <invision> what/who is dmh and im assuming twc is time warner
  818.         Line 189239: [02:14] <dmh> what does TWC have to do with it
  819.         Line 189241: [02:14] <dmh> why is that
  820.         Line 189247: [02:14] <dmh> TWC is shit btw
  821.         Line 189255: [02:15] <dmh> marcusw, i dont know about that
  822.         Line 189257: [02:15] <dmh> level3 is the biggest CLEC in the united states mostly cuz its not shit
  823.         Line 189261: [02:16] <dmh> i dont know what you consider shitty
  824.         Line 189263: [02:16] <dmh> telecom is pretty fucking good compared to even 10 years ago
  825.         Line 189273: [02:17] <dmh> down wit da system
  826.         Line 189277: [02:17] <dmh> ya its a level3 number
  827.         Line 189279: [02:19] <dmh> whats this mention of time warner?
  828.         Line 189285: [02:19] <dmh> the fuck do you mean by 'phone clips'
  829.         Line 189287: [02:19] <dmh> oh
  830.         Line 189289: [02:19] <dmh> the recording?
  831.         Line 189293: [02:20] <dmh> twc blah blah whatever
  832.         Line 189295: [02:20] <dmh> ah yea
  833.         Line 189299: [02:20] <dmh> no worries
  834.         Line 189303: [02:20] <dmh> i was thinking
  835.         Line 189307: [02:20] <dmh> physical things for  a sec
  836.         Line 189309: [02:20] <dmh> crash_demons, both the numbers have no customer information
  837.         Line 189313: [02:20] <dmh> (resold most likely)
  838.         Line 189315: [02:20] <dmh> my guess is a vonage account
  839.         Line 189319: [02:21] <dmh> but even then, its usually marked as VONAGE
  840.         Line 189321: [02:21] <dmh> no customer info
  841.         Line 189323: [02:21] <dmh> i work at level 3
  842.         Line 189335: [02:22] <dmh> both are landlines
  843.         Line 189339: [02:22] <dmh> hehe ya
  844.         Line 189341: [02:22] <dmh> think people have looked at this before
  845.         Line 189349: [02:23] <dmh> ip-pbx maybe
  846.         Line 189353: [02:23] <dmh> i know we've probably hit 4-5 calls at once at least
  847.         Line 189355: [02:23] <dmh> i have no clue
  848.         Line 189361: [02:24] <dmh> level 3 native tn
  849.         Line 189363: [02:24] <dmh> haha yea about it
  850.         Line 189371: [02:24] <abkus_> dmh what about old number from nov 2011?
  851.         Line 189375: [02:25] <dmh> abkus_, isnt that the colorado one
  852.         Line 189381: [02:25] <invision> dmh you work in telecom?
  853.         Line 189385: [02:25] <dmh> yes
  854.         Line 189389: [02:26] <dmh> been through this once already haha
  855.         Line 189397: [02:27] <dmh> abkus_, dont have ability to look @ 800s
  856.         Line 189399: [02:28] <dmh> the 303 309 0004 is one i've already looked at
  857.         Line 189403: [02:29] <dmh> ok just sayin
  858.         Line 189405: [02:29] <dmh> probably nothin on it anyawy
  859.         Line 189409: [02:29] <dmh> yea
  860.         Line 189411: [02:29] <dmh> two never ported level3 numbers
  861.         Line 189413: [02:29] <dmh> gotta be someone @ level3 imo :p
  862.         Line 189431: [02:31] <dmh> what is this
  863.         Line 189433: [02:31] <dmh> yea
  864.         Line 189435: [02:31] <dmh> damn
  865.         Line 189439: [02:32] <dmh> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stvSZXuBzLM
  866.         Line 189441: [02:32] <dmh> er
  867.         Line 189443: [02:33] <dmh> wrong window
  868.         Line 189445: [02:33] <dmh> but check that out .. ff
  869.         Line 189447: [02:33] <invision> hey dmh is op diverting still a thing
  870.         Line 189449: [02:33] <dmh> as in operators?
  871.         Line 189453: [02:33] <dmh> probably not
  872.         Line 189455: [02:33] <dmh> when was the last time you talked to an operator
  873.         Line 189457: [02:33] <dmh> i cant remember the last time i did
  874.         Line 189463: [02:34] <dmh> its all automated voice prompts now anyway isnt it
  875.         Line 189465: [02:34] <dmh> maybe not
  876.         Line 189475: [02:35] <dmh> talking about same 303 we are?
  877.         Line 189481: [02:35] <dmh> for sure
  878.         Line 189489: [02:36] <dmh> oh yeah i see
  879.         Line 189493: [02:38] <dmh> why woud you bother with that
  880.         Line 189499: [02:38] <dmh> hmm seems doubtful
  881.         Line 189505: [02:39] <dmh> anything is worth trying
  882.         Line 189507: [02:39] <dmh> ask me about trannies
  883.         Line 189509: [02:39] <dmh> wait
  884.         Line 189515: [02:39] <dmh> no shit
  885.         Line 189517: [02:39] <dmh> haha
  886.         Line 189519: [02:39] <dmh> i stand corrected then
  887.         Line 189535: [02:44] <dmh> invision, guess who owns global crossing
  888.         Line 189541: [02:44] <dmh> gj
  889.         Line 189547: [02:44] <dmh> the fact they're both l3?
  890.         Line 189551: [02:45] <dmh> agree
  891.         Line 189559: [02:45] <dmh> prob
  892.         Line 189563: [02:47] <dmh> what gets me
  893.         Line 189565: [02:47] <dmh> both dont have CSRs
  894.         Line 189567: [02:47] <dmh> which isnt super uncommon, in case of resold lines
  895.         Line 189569: [02:47] <dmh> like voip providers or wholesale
  896.         Line 189571: [02:47] <dmh> but it usually has a flag tellign you who's billing for it
  897.         Line 189575: [02:48] <dmh> well, nothing
  898.         Line 189577: [02:48] <dmh> haha
  899.         Line 189579: [02:48] <dmh> cuz there are none
  900.         Line 189585: [02:48] <dmh> checked em in NPAC, nothing cuz they've never ported
  901.         Line 189587: [02:48] <dmh> both level3 natives
  902.         Line 189595: [02:49] <dmh> depends on who it's provided by
  903.         Line 189597: [02:49] <dmh> yea i thinkso
  904.         Line 189599: [02:49] <dmh> bandwidth.com as well
  905.         Line 189601: [02:49] <dmh> couple other fuckers
  906.         Line 189607: [02:49] <dmh> xo probably
  907.         Line 189609: [02:49] <dmh> xo competes a lot with us on wholesale voip
  908.         Line 189613: [02:50] <dmh> are they
  909.         Line 189615: [02:50] <dmh> ive ported a lot of their numbers so they must be
  910.         Line 189619: [02:50] <dmh> vps? fuck , probably a lot
  911.         Line 189621: [02:51] <dmh> unless its one of those really really cheap ones
  912.         Line 189623: [02:51] <dmh> but i bet linode makes a nice lump of money
  913.         Line 189627: [02:52] <dmh> or renting the hardware and not knowing what he is doing
  914.         Line 189635: [02:53] <dmh> i got one from nfo recently
  915.         Line 189637: [02:53] <dmh> and the internap bandwidth is good as fuck its blowing me away
  916.         Line 189639: [02:54] <dmh> same price as linode
  917.         Line 189641: [02:54] <invision> hey dmh
  918.         Line 189645: [02:54] <dmh> HI
  919.         Line 189647: [02:54] <dmh> uhh
  920.         Line 189649: [02:54] <dmh> i dont know
  921.         Line 189651: [02:54] <dmh> the 2
  922.         Line 189653: [02:54] <dmh> i havent been following lately
  923.         Line 189655: [02:55] <dmh> there are the first 2
  924.         Line 189657: [02:55] <dmh> and some third one?
  925.         Line 189659: [02:55] <dmh> 3033090004
  926.         Line 189661: [02:55] <dmh>  2029993335
  927.         Line 189663: [02:55] <dmh> only ones i know of
  928.         Line 189749: [03:08] <dmh> :goons:
  929.         Line 189757: [03:08] <dmh> the circle of lfi
  930.         Line 189759: [03:08] <dmh> e
  931.         Line 189761: [03:08] <dmh> sdfaj;kljdf
  932.         Line 192847: [12:05] <dmh> thought it was latin
  933.         Line 193415: [15:52] <abkus_> [21:11] <dmh> Silverfish, virtual audio cable <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1 [21:36] <maqr> Silverfish: you set it to your windows output device and input device, then anything you output goes to the vac input, and because they're both the default you can play in vlc and it'll come out in rx-sstv
  934.         Line 193415: [15:52] <abkus_> [21:11] <dmh> Silverfish, virtual audio cable <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1 [21:36] <maqr> Silverfish: you set it to your windows output device and input device, then anything you output goes to the vac input, and because they're both the default you can play in vlc and it'll come out in rx-sstv
  935.         Line 193881: [17:54] <dmh> ff
  936.         Line 193887: [17:55] <abkus_> dmh have you heard new terrible sound on numbers
  937.         Line 193923: [17:58] <abkus_> <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1
  938.         Line 193933: [18:01] <dmh> abkus_, no
  939.         Line 193935: [18:01] <dmh> havent called the numbers since like a week
  940.         Line 193937: [18:02] <dmh> its not BPSK31 again?
  941.         Line 193941: [18:02] <dmh> different freq or something maybe
  942.         Line 195021: [22:30] <dmh> 420 jesus everyday
  943.         Line 195065: [22:56] <dmh> hey
  944.         Line 195067: [22:56] <dmh> that ribbon
  945.         Line 195069: [22:56] <dmh> is revolutionary
  946.         Line 195071: [22:56] <dmh> lmao
  947.         Line 195217: [23:28] <dmh> also people are idiots
  948.         Line 195223: [23:28] <dmh> speaking of
  949.         Line 195225: [23:28] <dmh> my new every 2 is monday hot damn
  950.         Line 195231: [23:28] <dmh> what should i get
  951.         Line 195233: [23:28] <dmh> oh, an iphone 5? cool ok
  952.         Line 195251: [23:31] <dmh> do NOT interrupt this serious conversation
  953.         Line 195277: [23:32] <dmh> its done this shit before but it was simple bpsk31
  954.         Line 195281: [23:33] <dmh> yea
  955.         Line 195285: [23:34] <dmh> mwally had a friend that beasted it
  956.         Line 195291: [23:34] <dmh> figured it out pretty quick
  957.         Line 195293: [23:34] <dmh> lol
  958.         Line 195363: [23:45] <dmh> get really high
  959.         Line 195365: [23:45] <dmh> and solve the codes
  960.         Line 195547: [00:01] <dmh> haha
  961.         Line 195627: [00:11] <dmh> internal conflict
  962.         Line 195649: [00:14] <dmh> fuck cats
  963.         Line 195651: [00:15] <dmh> all they do is fuck up audio cables
  964.         Line 195695: [00:27] <dmh> EVERYONE
  965.         Line 195699: [00:27] <dmh> did you know SMS uses SS7
  966.         Line 195701: [00:27] <dmh> fun fact of the day
  967.         Line 195709: [00:28] <dmh> its truecrypt man
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  973.         Line 204621: [01:50] <dmh> what is up
  974.         Line 204627: [01:50] <dmh> no
  975.         Line 204629: [01:51] <dmh> lotta trolls lately eh
  976.         Line 204637: [01:51] <dmh> this CorpsZ shit?
  977.         Line 204643: [01:51] <dmh> i just checked the wiki
  978.         Line 204647: [01:51] <dmh> "this happened after I decoded the 4223643226 number from something someone posted way earlier."
  979.         Line 204653: [01:52] <dmh> i was going to ask abuot this new number
  980.         Line 204659: [01:52] <dmh> haha
  981.         Line 204667: [01:52] <dmh> how did you 'pwn' him
  982.         Line 204677: [01:53] <dmh> what an idiot
  983.         Line 204685: [01:53] <dmh> bored anons
  984.         Line 204715: [01:54] <dmh> try what
  985.         Line 204721: [01:54] <dmh> spoofing as same number and call the 422 one?
  986.         Line 204733: [01:56] <dmh> i dont get the idea
  987.         Line 204735: [01:56] <dmh> everytime we come across a new number
  988.         Line 204739: [01:56] <dmh> spoof as it and call it
  989.         Line 204745: [01:56] <dmh> incase it will magically do something different?
  990.         Line 204751: [01:57] <dmh> yea im with ihadamonkey
  991.         Line 204763: [01:57] <dmh> sure
  992.         Line 204769: [01:57] <dmh> whats the code stuck on atm, the data in horns?
  993.         Line 204771: [01:57] <dmh> or something else
  994.         Line 204775: [01:57] <dmh> i havent really been following much this week sry
  995.         Line 204777: [01:58] <dmh> okay
  996.         Line 204865: [02:23] <dmh> im gay
  997.         Line 204897: [02:30] <dmh> i can smell my butt
  998.         Line 204899: [02:30] <dmh> help
  999.         Line 204919: [02:34] <dmh> im really mad
  1000.         Line 204921: [02:34] <dmh> irl
  1001.         Line 204925: [02:34] <dmh> sp00ky
  1002.         Line 204943: [02:35] <dmh> no please explain
  1003.         Line 204959: [02:36] <dmh> wb
  1004.         Line 204969: [02:37] <dmh> dad im nervous\
  1005.         Line 204983: [02:39] <dmh> word
  1006.         Line 204991: [02:42] <dmh> note the lack of logs lol
  1007.         Line 204997: [02:43] <dmh> 2007fags
  1008.         Line 204999: [02:45] <dmh> guys we mad
  1009.         Line 205009: [02:46] <dmh> just private it
  1010.         Line 205011: [02:46] <dmh> ye^
  1011.         Line 205021: [02:46] <dmh> lol
  1012.         Line 205023: [02:46] <dmh> using the names
  1013.         Line 205065: [02:54] <dmh> been watching documentaries about prostitution for a few hours
  1014.         Line 205067: [02:54] <dmh> now i just want to try it
  1015.         Line 205077: [02:55] <dmh> lol
  1016.         Line 205129: [03:11] <dmh> irc is hard
  1017.         Line 205147: [03:12] <dmh> lmao
  1018.         Line 205173: [03:14] <dmh> shit i should stop spamming F5 then
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  1029.         Line 113489: [00:28] <dmh> hey
  1030.         Line 113495: [00:28] <dmh> that stupid picture on b caught my eye cuz i work for level3
  1031.         Line 113497: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you work for which L3?
  1032.         Line 113505: [00:29] <dmh> the level3?
  1033.         Line 113507: [00:29] <dmh> lol
  1034.         Line 113511: [00:29] <dmh> the CLEC
  1035.         Line 113521: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> DMH what kind of access do you have?
  1036.         Line 113535: [00:30] <dmh> i do LNP stuff, so only phone porting tools
  1037.         Line 113539: [00:30] <asdgfsadg> dmh, can you look up the info on this number for us?
  1038.         Line 113541: [00:30] <dmh> i can see if its in orderpath
  1039.         Line 113547: [00:30] <dmh> a lot of government type stuff comes up blank tho
  1040.         Line 113555: [00:31] <dmh> asdgfsadg, residental ports and some bigger businesses taht wanna move an entire pbx in one line cut
  1041.         Line 113557: [00:31] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nah this is more likely to be just OTP-decoder's home address than gov't stuff LOL
  1042.         Line 113561: [00:31] <dmh> hehe get trolled
  1043.         Line 113563: [00:31] <nowat> dmh just put in the number and tell us what you find
  1044.         Line 113565: [00:31] <dmh> sure
  1045.         Line 113585: [00:32] <dmh> i dont know the number
  1046.         Line 113589: [00:32] <dmh> uh its a 303? haha
  1047.         Line 113591: [00:32] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, 303 is Denver.
  1048.         Line 113595: [00:32] <dmh> I live in denver, so I'm well aware XD
  1049.         Line 113597: [00:32] <dmh> yea no shit eh
  1050.         Line 113599: [00:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we also suspect this to be a prank by a bunch of bored L3 guys too
  1051.         Line 113605: [00:32] <dmh> im instantly suspect
  1052.         Line 113609: [00:33] <asdgfsadg> dmh, everyone's a suspect
  1053.         Line 113629: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, if you dox this for us you will get madd internets from 100+ anons all signed by al gore
  1054.         Line 113635: [00:34] <dmh> hmm gay the LRN its on is owned by global crossing
  1055.         Line 113639: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, L3 bought global xing in 2010
  1056.         Line 113643: [00:35] <dmh> yea but the systems are still seperate
  1057.         Line 113653: [00:35] <dmh> im remotin' in to my desktop
  1058.         Line 113657: [00:35] <asdgfsadg> dmh, awesome!!!
  1059.         Line 113661: [00:35] <dmh> i dont have access toa nything too wizzbang tho
  1060.         Line 113673: [00:36] <Braco> who do you work for dmh?
  1061.         Line 113675: [00:36] <dmh> level3
  1062.         Line 113683: [00:36] <dmh> im not really 'engineer' level tho
  1063.         Line 113697: [00:37] <dmh> has it
  1064.         Line 113699: [00:37] <dmh> I just now saw it
  1065.         Line 113701: [00:37] <dmh> :(
  1066.         Line 113703: [00:38] <asdgfsadg> dmh, do you think you can talk to some people tomorrow and see if they can dox this? we mostly want to know just if it's a person, company, government, or Level3 prank
  1067.         Line 113705: [00:38] <dmh> its interesting
  1068.         Line 113709: [00:38] <maqr> dmh works at L3?
  1069.         Line 113719: [00:38] <dmh> asdgfsadg, maybe, but for what i do that would be extremely uncommon
  1070.         Line 113723: [00:38] <dmh> what i can try to do
  1071.         Line 113725: [00:38] <dmh> is try porting it and make it fuck up
  1072.         Line 113729: [00:38] <dmh> so then i can have an excuse to look into it
  1073.         Line 113735: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nice, but what if they ask why you tried porting it?
  1074.         Line 113737: [00:39] <dmh> if i put the number in our switches or somethin
  1075.         Line 113739: [00:39] <maqr> dmh: you could tell whoever you're trying to convince to call the number and type in some code, so they can see how ridiculous it is and also want to find an answer
  1076.         Line 113743: [00:39] <dmh> no i cant bullshit really
  1077.         Line 113745: [00:39] <dmh> i can say i typo'd another number since i do port a shitton of denver numbers
  1078.         Line 113753: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh do that
  1079.         Line 113759: [00:39] <dmh> dunno where that will get me tho
  1080.         Line 113763: [00:39] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, you should port it. Fuck it up, do what it takes.
  1081.         Line 113765: [00:39] <dmh> my boss is cool
  1082.         Line 113767: [00:39] <dmh> maybe
  1083.         Line 113769: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whatever info you can get is useful
  1084.         Line 113773: [00:39] <dmh> well i cant just port it outright
  1085.         Line 113783: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: when we had people call L3, they could see it on their screen but wouldn't tell us who owns it
  1086.         Line 113787: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: so i don't think it's going to be very hard to figure out if you work there
  1087.         Line 113789: [00:40] <sauceman> dmh, have you called it yet?
  1088.         Line 113793: [00:40] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  1089.         Line 113799: [00:40] <dmh> it comes up up with nothing useful in orderpath
  1090.         Line 113805: [00:41] <asdgfsadg> dmh, what DOES it come up with?
  1091.         Line 113811: [00:41] <dmh> need a way to see info on th e block from the native (global crossing) but they have a different system with different login still
  1092.         Line 113817: [00:41] <dmh> no orderpath just shows porting information
  1093.         Line 113819: [00:41] <dmh> like, active with SPID xyz, from SPID yzz on date x/y/z
  1094.         Line 113823: [00:41] <nowat> dmh can you quit your job tomorrow and apply at global crossing and then get the infos just to please the internet?
  1095.         Line 113827: [00:41] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, is there any way to obtain more information?
  1096.         Line 113831: [00:42] <dmh> hang tight guys
  1097.         Line 113843: [00:42] <dmh> maqr, really
  1098.         Line 113845: [00:42] <dmh> do you know what tehy did
  1099.         Line 113847: [00:42] <dmh> was it just customer service or what
  1100.         Line 113851: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: yes, at least 3 different engineers confirmed it
  1101.         Line 113855: [00:42] <dmh> ok
  1102.         Line 113857: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: OTP-Decoder called them
  1103.         Line 113859: [00:42] <dmh> i believe you
  1104.         Line 113863: [00:42] <dmh> im probabl just looking at the wrong stuff
  1105.         Line 113865: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: i heard a recording of one that pholiage- called, i think
  1106.         Line 113867: [00:42] <OTP-Decoder> maqr, dmh yes I called the,
  1107.         Line 113873: [00:43] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, did you call customer service or the porting department or?
  1108.         Line 113881: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: customer service, i think
  1109.         Line 113883: [00:43] <dmh> the whatever number
  1110.         Line 113889: [00:43] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I have no idea. I called the main department, hit 6 and then hit 3. I got transferred to 3 different engineers. Ed, and two others.
  1111.         Line 113891: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: they offered to redirect us to 'fraud and abuse' when we said the number was calling out (not true)
  1112.         Line 113895: [00:44] <dmh> i am not sure if their port-out or port in dept is public
  1113.         Line 113899: [00:44] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, ok
  1114.         Line 113901: [00:44] <dmh> there are just
  1115.         Line 113903: [00:44] <dmh> a lot of segements of several system
  1116.         Line 113905: [00:44] <dmh> each with their own logins
  1117.         Line 113907: [00:44] <dmh> and a few expire monthly
  1118.         Line 113909: [00:44] <dmh> so its hard to borrow em
  1119.         Line 113917: [00:45] <dmh> guys just request a CSR on it ;)
  1120.         Line 113921: [00:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you're awesome
  1121.         Line 113927: [00:45] <dmh> no
  1122.         Line 113937: [00:45] <dmh> actually
  1123.         Line 113939: [00:46] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whats in the CSR?
  1124.         Line 113941: [00:46] <dmh> if I gave the email to someone
  1125.         Line 113943: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: we could have OTP-Decoder call your extension
  1126.         Line 113947: [00:46] <dmh> they could make a request
  1127.         Line 113949: [00:46] <dmh> but if you bomb it it will not get done
  1128.         Line 113953: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: if we could get the request to you, say we found your business card somewhere or something
  1129.         Line 113955: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: then would you have a 'reason' to look it up?
  1130.         Line 113959: [00:46] <dmh> maqr, I only deal with big business accts really
  1131.         Line 113963: [00:46] <dmh> asdgfsadg, i meant a CSR for the number
  1132.         Line 113967: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: i think this is a hardware mitel pbx connected to a TWC trunk
  1133.         Line 113969: [00:46] <dmh> but hang tight
  1134.         Line 113975: [00:46] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I'm not sure what that means, but I'll certainly do anything you want me to do.
  1135.         Line 113977: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: it's probably a 'big business'
  1136.         Line 113979: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, time warner?
  1137.         Line 113985: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: so says their transfer message, yeah
  1138.         Line 113987: [00:47] <dmh> Braco, I'm talking customer service record or such
  1139.         Line 113989: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  1140.         Line 113991: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: and also just the volume of calls we've put on this thing is huge, and we've never hit a busy
  1141.         Line 114001: [00:47] <dmh> scratch the CSR idea
  1142.         Line 114007: [00:47] <dmh> its all moved over to our lame porting 'portal' which requires login
  1143.         Line 114009: [00:48] <dmh> i have a friend at comcast
  1144.         Line 114011: [00:48] <dmh> im going to have him try just doign the usual pre-port shit
  1145.         Line 114013: [00:48] <dmh> outsourcing 0wns faggots
  1146.         Line 114045: [00:49] <dmh> fuck
  1147.         Line 114047: [00:49] <dmh> no CSR for TN
  1148.         Line 114059: [00:50] <maqr> mwally: dmh works at L3 and does number ports
  1149.         Line 114073: [00:50] <nowat> dmh: wat do you mean no csr for tn?
  1150.         Line 114075: [00:50] <dmh> i tried to pull a CSR in our automated thing
  1151.         Line 114077: [00:50] <dmh> it came back w/ no CSR
  1152.         Line 114079: [00:51] <dmh> this means 1 of 2 thing
  1153.         Line 114081: [00:51] <dmh> s
  1154.         Line 114085: [00:51] <dmh> its not active, which is obviously not true
  1155.         Line 114087: [00:51] <dmh> telephone number
  1156.         Line 114091: [00:51] <maqr> dmh: can you query ANI for it?
  1157.         Line 114095: [00:52] <dmh> the ANI is the same
  1158.         Line 114103: [00:52] <anonen> dmh what the 2nd thing it can mean
  1159.         Line 114111: [00:52] <dmh> ive seen CSRs fail on new blocks of native tn pools
  1160.         Line 114113: [00:52] <dmh> anyone know how old the number is, or when someone stumpled apon it?
  1161.         Line 114117: [00:53] <asdgfsadg> dmh, earliest record is 2011
  1162.         Line 114125: [00:53] <dmh> kk thats weird
  1163.         Line 114151: [00:54] <anonen> dmh are you saying it can only be government?
  1164.         Line 114167: [00:54] <maqr> mwally: dmh
  1165.         Line 114177: [00:55] <dmh> its not coming up in my shit
  1166.         Line 114181: [00:55] <dmh> looks kinda like state bldg block
  1167.         Line 114217: [00:56] <mwally> How much do we trush dmh?
  1168.         Line 114219: [00:56] <dmh> wtf
  1169.         Line 114221: [00:56] <asdgfsadg> nowat, dmh works at the correct Level 3
  1170.         Line 114227: [00:56] <nowat> maybe dmh can get that one
  1171.         Line 114231: [00:56] <maqr> dmh: they're a little twitchy, don't feel insulted
  1172.         Line 114233: [00:56] <dmh> its fine i understand
  1173.         Line 114235: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: this is has been a weird journey
  1174.         Line 114237: [00:57] <dmh> im perplexed
  1175.         Line 114243: [00:57] <dmh> thats why im here
  1176.         Line 114245: [00:57] <anonen> dmh no offense but you a new, you are saying this line is rented by a gov bldg?
  1177.         Line 114251: [00:57] <nowat> so did the 303 go 404 a minutes after dmh started poking at it?
  1178.         Line 114255: [00:57] <dmh> anonen, no, its not showing up
  1179.         Line 114259: [00:57] <dmh> basically
  1180.         Line 114263: [00:57] <dmh> i cant see
  1181.         Line 114265: [00:57] <dmh> anythign for it
  1182.         Line 114267: [00:57] <dmh> in my usual systems
  1183.         Line 114277: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: level 3 people definitely told us they could see who owned it... they could have been lying, but it doesn't seem likely
  1184.         Line 114279: [00:57] <dmh> which I havent seen ever before, except with gov shit
  1185.         Line 114283: [00:57] <dmh> maqr, no no, I believe them
  1186.         Line 114287: [00:58] <dmh> i just wonder where they are looking at the number itself
  1187.         Line 114289: [00:58] <dmh> hang tight ^^
  1188.         Line 114291: [00:58] <dmh> i gotta vpn
  1189.         Line 114293: [00:58] <mwally> dmh, can you confirm you work for Level 3 Communications?
  1190.         Line 114295: [00:58] <dmh> i guess
  1191.         Line 114299: [00:58] <dmh> but im not going to scan my badge for a buncha anons
  1192.         Line 114303: [00:58] <dmh> level3
  1193.         Line 114307: [00:58] <dmh> in downtown denver
  1194.         Line 114311: [00:58] <anonen> dmh i respect that, we just need to know this is legit
  1195.         Line 114317: [00:59] <dmh> well i've got nowhere
  1196.         Line 114321: [00:59] <dmh> i dont want you reading between the lines
  1197.         Line 114325: [00:59] <maqr> dmh: don't you have any coworkers you could call up and be like "hey, this is weird, you got any ideas?"
  1198.         Line 114327: [00:59] <dmh> maqr, not at this hour
  1199.         Line 114329: [00:59] <dmh> tomorrow tho
  1200.         Line 114331: [00:59] <dmh> i can email a guy
  1201.         Line 114335: [00:59] <dmh> did it just now die?
  1202.         Line 114341: [00:59] <dmh> interesting
  1203.         Line 114343: [01:00] <anonen> dmh we are pretty sure this is an ARG, which means non gov, could a college be renting the line?
  1204.         Line 114345: [01:00] <mwally> dmh, OK, well, at the risk of blowing a good lead, I have reason to believe that the number in question is operated by a reseller known to your system as "Sybase365" -- Their CIC code is 102680 -- does this help any?
  1205.         Line 114347: [01:00] <WolfKit> in the last few minutes yes dmh
  1206.         Line 114351: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, hmm a little
  1207.         Line 114359: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, that would explain the CSR situation - when a line is resold no CSR is returned
  1208.         Line 114391: [01:01] <dmh> wtf
  1209.         Line 114393: [01:01] <dmh> those random noises
  1210.         Line 114395: [01:01] <dmh> someone has got to be fucking with us
  1211.         Line 114405: [01:01] <dmh> what would be that low?
  1212.         Line 114419: [01:02] <anonen> dmh please check the info from mwally please, we need this solved asap
  1213.         Line 114425: [01:02] <asdgfsadg> DMH YOU BROKE IT!
  1214.         Line 114445: [01:03] <dmh> i cant send request to Sybase365 without a LOA from the owner
  1215.         Line 114453: [01:03] <dmh> so hrm
  1216.         Line 114455: [01:03] <dmh> maybe
  1217.         Line 114457: [01:03] <dmh> its his line
  1218.         Line 114461: [01:03] <dmh> and hes like oh shit
  1219.         Line 114463: [01:03] <dmh> lol
  1220.         Line 114473: [01:03] <dmh> well
  1221.         Line 114479: [01:04] <dmh> i cant vpn into th system i need atm
  1222.         Line 114481: [01:04] <dmh> so i can bust decoder tomorrow
  1223.         Line 114491: [01:04] <asdgfsadg> lol dmh we will be waiting with pitchforks and torches ready
  1224.         Line 114503: [01:05] <dmh> maybe
  1225.         Line 114505: [01:05] <dmh> someone here
  1226.         Line 114507: [01:05] <dmh> works for level3
  1227.         Line 114513: [01:05] <dmh> and killed it
  1228.         Line 114515: [01:05] <dmh> when i queried
  1229.         Line 114521: [01:05] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we are almost 100% sure the people running it are watching
  1230.         Line 114527: [01:06] <Braco> can you place a CSR request now dmh? with the # being down?
  1231.         Line 114533: [01:06] <dmh> Braco, I did and it came back no CSR
  1232.         Line 114541: [01:06] <dmh> so if it is indeed a resold line - that would be right
  1233.         Line 114545: [01:06] <marcusw> dmh: you done broke our arg, you crazy awesome bastard XD
  1234.         Line 114547: [01:06] <dmh> CSRs always go through reseller
  1235.         Line 114625: [01:10] <dmh> ok guys
  1236.         Line 114629: [01:10] <dmh> i sent an email to my sup
  1237.         Line 114631: [01:10] <dmh> saying i cant get a port to go through on this number
  1238.         Line 114633: [01:10] <dmh> huehuehue
  1239.         Line 114635: [01:10] <maqr> dmh: now you can safely say that calling it indicates something is wrong, you get a crazy humming
  1240.         Line 114637: [01:10] <asdgfsadg> dmh, prob a bad idea when you're not at work, eh?
  1241.         Line 114647: [01:11] <dmh> asdgfsadg, set for tomorrow morning
  1242.         Line 114655: [01:11] <dmh> im afriad this number is beyond my reach
  1243.         Line 114659: [01:11] <maqr> dmh: you're our only hope :P
  1244.         Line 114663: [01:11] <dmh> unless i stick it in the switch or something and make it become my reach
  1245.         Line 114671: [01:11] <anonen> dmh do whatever you can
  1246.         Line 114681: [01:12] <dmh> wonder wtf happened to it
  1247.         Line 114683: [01:12] <dmh> maybe someone else slammed it
  1248.         Line 114697: [01:12] <anonen> dmh who could slam it/
  1249.         Line 114703: [01:13] <dmh> well
  1250.         Line 114707: [01:13] <dmh> anonen, would take 24hr
  1251.         Line 114711: [01:13] <dmh> now that i think about it
  1252.         Line 114847: [01:21] <dmh> this has to be an inside job by someone who first mentioned this number
  1253.         Line 114853: [01:21] <anonen> totally dmh
  1254.         Line 114857: [01:21] <dmh> i bet decoder is one of my coworkers
  1255.         Line 114865: [01:21] <dmh> ah ok no way then
  1256.         Line 114877: [01:22] <dmh> if true that would be game over
  1257.         Line 114881: [01:23] <dmh> its probably a voip number someone who is bored setup numbers on
  1258.         Line 114885: [01:23] <maqr> dmh: they did a very polished job then
  1259.         Line 114889: [01:23] <dmh> thats what gets me
  1260.         Line 114905: [01:24] <dmh> im curious about the timing of it just now going dead
  1261.         Line 114911: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> dmh, the people running it are def in here
  1262.         Line 114919: [01:24] <dmh> well tomorrow
  1263.         Line 114921: [01:24] <dmh> i'll look at it
  1264.         Line 114927: [01:24] <dmh> and facepalm
  1265.         Line 114929: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> thank you dmh
  1266.         Line 114931: [01:24] <dmh> when its some fucking
  1267.         Line 114933: [01:25] <dmh> asshat
  1268.         Line 114945: [01:25] <dmh> level3 sells some stuff directly
  1269.         Line 114949: [01:26] <dmh> SIPs for companies, ISDN PBXs and shit
  1270.         Line 114957: [01:26] <dmh> global crossing was bought by level3 as mentioned
  1271.         Line 114959: [01:26] <dmh> BUT
  1272.         Line 114961: [01:26] <dmh> the thing is
  1273.         Line 114965: [01:26] <dmh> they still run their porting shit
  1274.         Line 114967: [01:26] <dmh> on seperate systems etc
  1275.         Line 114971: [01:27] <dmh> agreedo
  1276.         Line 114981: [01:27] <dmh> shit
  1277.         Line 114983: [01:27] <dmh> actually
  1278.         Line 114987: [01:28] <dmh> im talking out of my butt
  1279.         Line 114989: [01:28] <dmh> much to my surprise global crossing spids are in ucommand
  1280.         Line 115029: [01:30] <dmh> mwally, so all we know at this point
  1281.         Line 115033: [01:30] <dmh> is its a legacy global crossing number being potentially resold through sybase365
  1282.         Line 115035: [01:30] <dmh> right
  1283.         Line 115037: [01:31] <dmh> and tonight just now it stopped doing shit
  1284.         Line 115043: [01:31] <dmh> when i say legacy, i mean before level3 bought global crossing
  1285.         Line 115053: [01:31] <marcusw> dmh: so what's our best bet for tracing it?
  1286.         Line 115057: [01:31] <dmh> ok
  1287.         Line 115059: [01:31] <dmh> mwally, I will look it up in NPAC tomorrow
  1288.         Line 115063: [01:32] <dmh> it is in there, I'll make a subscription and slam it on wednesday and see what happens
  1289.         Line 115067: [01:32] <dmh> they lose service basically
  1290.         Line 115079: [01:33] <dmh> heck, if we're lucky and its level3 native tn then i'll be able to get al ittle more info
  1291.         Line 115083: [01:33] <dmh> but i have to wait till tomorrow for that too
  1292.         Line 115111: [01:35] <dmh> wait
  1293.         Line 115113: [01:35] <dmh> someone found a CD in a book in oregon?
  1294.         Line 115119: [01:35] <abkus> dmh yes
  1295.         Line 115121: [01:35] <dmh> this is obviously bullshit
  1296.         Line 115125: [01:35] <dmh> haha
  1297.         Line 115127: [01:35] <dmh> what was on it
  1298.         Line 115129: [01:35] <marcusw> dmh: yeah, I know right?
  1299.         Line 115131: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: ya, that's why we want to know who's behind it and why
  1300.         Line 115133: [01:35] <dmh> its either erally good or really bad
  1301.         Line 115137: [01:35] <abkus> dmh http://imgur.com/a/4v1XX#0
  1302.         Line 115141: [01:35] <dmh> ah ok
  1303.         Line 115143: [01:35] <dmh> nice
  1304.         Line 115145: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: the call said to go to coordinates that matched a library, isbn, and pagenumber
  1305.         Line 115147: [01:36] <dmh> i wasnt paying too much attention to the b thread
  1306.         Line 115151: [01:36] <dmh> weird
  1307.         Line 115153: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: the file had 4 massive text files on it, which were used as a key-value lookup for NATO codes read on later calls
  1308.         Line 115155: [01:36] <abkus> dmh: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=36166  last two post here explain CD content
  1309.         Line 115157: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: they ended up translating to messages, but just more stuff about payloads and melters
  1310.         Line 115159: [01:36] <Braco> what do you mean by really good or really bad dmh
  1311.         Line 115161: [01:36] <dmh> idk
  1312.         Line 115163: [01:36] <dmh> spies
  1313.         Line 115175: [01:37] <dmh> if i was the guy going to the library i woulda been freaked
  1314.         Line 115181: [01:37] <dmh> taking pictures of random guys in there rofl
  1315.         Line 115183: [01:37] <maqr> dmh: there were two dudes, i'm sure they pooped a little on this one
  1316.         Line 115187: [01:38] <dmh> ya well done
  1317.         Line 115247: [01:41] <dmh> oh man
  1318.         Line 115251: [01:41] <dmh> I wanna get into packet radio
  1319.         Line 115271: [01:44] <dmh> you know
  1320.         Line 115275: [01:44] <dmh> the fact it goes back to 2011
  1321.         Line 115277: [01:44] <dmh> im pretty convinced its not one guy fuckin around
  1322.         Line 115285: [01:45] <Braco> longtroll dmh longtroll
  1323.         Line 115287: [01:45] <dmh> for sure
  1324.         Line 115289: [01:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that this didnt gain any popularity and it was a side project of someone's they left running.. then when they wanted to do something with it they dropped it on /b/
  1325.         Line 115293: [01:45] <dmh> mm yea true
  1326.         Line 115301: [01:46] <dmh> yea i hadnt yet called it before it went silent
  1327.         Line 115303: [01:46] <dmh> :(
  1328.         Line 115307: [01:46] <maqr> dmh: there's plenty of recordings
  1329.         Line 115309: [01:46] <dmh> yai was listening to them
  1330.         Line 115323: [01:47] <Braco> dmh would the guy running it incur a large phone bill after all these calls?
  1331.         Line 115325: [01:47] <dmh> prob not
  1332.         Line 115359: [01:48] <dmh> i called
  1333.         Line 115361: [01:48] <dmh> and google voice dropped me
  1334.         Line 115363: [01:49] <dmh> haha
  1335.         Line 115365: [01:49] <dmh> one sec
  1336.         Line 115417: [01:55] <dmh> hey
  1337.         Line 115423: [01:56] <dmh> i came across some shit in the archives saying the number died before too?
  1338.         Line 115425: [01:56] <dmh> on 9/10
  1339.         Line 115429: [01:56] <dmh> ok
  1340.         Line 115439: [01:56] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that was someone's phone not working correctly
  1341.         Line 115443: [01:56] <dmh> oh
  1342.         Line 115449: [01:57] <dmh> im just trying to catch up
  1343.         Line 115457: [01:57] <dmh> kk
  1344.         Line 115573: [02:05] <dmh> too good
  1345.         Line 115585: [02:06] <dmh> i thought PSK31 was much higher freq sounding
  1346.         Line 115589: [02:06] <dmh> oh wait
  1347.         Line 115591: [02:06] <dmh> im listening to old shit
  1348.         Line 115599: [02:07] <WolfKit> .. so tl;dr "ohfsck dmh is gonna find me, better switch to a non-Level 3 number"?
  1349.         Line 115601: [02:08] <dmh> yea interesting timing to go a week on the number , er well years prior
  1350.         Line 115623: [02:09] <dmh> i hope the url is an xhamster tranny vid
  1351.         Line 115629: [02:10] <dmh> err, its a number
  1352.         Line 115631: [02:10] <dmh> im dumb
  1353.         Line 115653: [02:10] <dmh> yea dont call that
  1354.         Line 115661: [02:11] <dmh> hehe
  1355.         Line 115663: [02:11] <dmh> ya
  1356.         Line 115667: [02:11] <dmh> verizon wireless block iirc
  1357.         Line 115693: [02:13] <dmh> well its obv not gubment
  1358.         Line 115697: [02:13] <dmh> .. right ..
  1359.         Line 115699: [02:13] <marcusw> dmh: is there anything special about 999?
  1360.         Line 115701: [02:13] <dmh> not that i know of
  1361.         Line 115707: [02:13] <dmh> the only 'special' stuff we do
  1362.         Line 115711: [02:13] <dmh> is taking beginning blocks of a pool for internal use
  1363.         Line 115717: [02:14] <dmh> like 0000-10000 like taht previous number
  1364.         Line 115729: [02:14] <dmh> nice blocks
  1365.         Line 115735: [02:14] <dmh> huehuehue level3
  1366.         Line 115737: [02:14] <dmh> this has got to be
  1367.         Line 115741: [02:15] <dmh> um
  1368.         Line 115757: [02:15] <dmh> so its bouncing around main level3 centers
  1369.         Line 115761: [02:15] <dmh> interesting
  1370.         Line 115793: [02:16] <dmh> let me see if i can pull anything on this number
  1371.         Line 115803: [02:17] <dmh> fuck
  1372.         Line 115805: [02:17] <dmh> i need the SLLI code
  1373.         Line 115807: [02:17] <dmh> i mean CLLI
  1374.         Line 115809: [02:17] <dmh> hnng
  1375.         Line 115817: [02:17] <dmh> thats the building one
  1376.         Line 115819: [02:17] <dmh> i saw taht
  1377.         Line 115821: [02:17] <dmh> not working tho
  1378.         Line 115825: [02:17] <dmh> ok
  1379.         Line 115829: [02:18] <dmh> i dont know shit about DC
  1380.         Line 115861: [02:19] <dmh> mwally, how about rate center
  1381.         Line 115863: [02:19] <dmh> nm
  1382.         Line 115873: [02:20] <dmh> ya its WSHNGTNZN1
  1383.         Line 115877: [02:20] <dmh> whoa
  1384.         Line 115879: [02:20] <dmh> whoaaaa
  1385.         Line 115885: [02:21] <asdgfsadg> uhoh, dmh is about to blow this up
  1386.         Line 115887: [02:21] <dmh> oh no nothing good
  1387.         Line 115893: [02:21] <dmh> Your account does not have access to the following groups:
  1388.         Line 115895: [02:21] <dmh> SPID: 6117
  1389.         Line 115897: [02:22] <dmh> maybe that why they moved it :(
  1390.         Line 115907: [02:22] <dmh> idk
  1391.         Line 115911: [02:22] <dmh> reality is I dont do shit for DC
  1392.         Line 115913: [02:22] <dmh> spid
  1393.         Line 115915: [02:22] <dmh> any east coast stuff
  1394.         Line 115921: [02:22] <dmh> yea, taht is very likely
  1395.         Line 115927: [02:22] <dmh> im going to roam around tomorrow
  1396.         Line 115929: [02:23] <dmh> and see if i see anyone with a shit eating grin
  1397.         Line 115933: [02:23] <dmh> hrm
  1398.         Line 115935: [02:23] <dmh> no
  1399.         Line 115937: [02:23] <dmh> cuz I cant pull CSRs on these numbers
  1400.         Line 115939: [02:23] <dmh> so they're not a direct level3 customer
  1401.         Line 115943: [02:23] <dmh> or do you mean through a diff reseller?
  1402.         Line 115945: [02:23] <dmh> thats entirelly possible
  1403.         Line 115951: [02:24] <sauceman> dmh, do you think you could get some more Level3 folk in on this?
  1404.         Line 115953: [02:24] <dmh> probably not
  1405.         Line 115955: [02:24] <dmh> if i go
  1406.         Line 115959: [02:24] <dmh> 'hey guyz i saw something weird on the internet'
  1407.         Line 115961: [02:24] <dmh> look
  1408.         Line 115963: [02:24] <dmh> i dont want to get your hopes up
  1409.         Line 115965: [02:25] <dmh> let me wait till tomorrow
  1410.         Line 115967: [02:25] <dmh> and reallly
  1411.         Line 115971: [02:25] <dmh> look at both of them
  1412.         Line 115973: [02:25] <dmh> and ruin someones fun potentially
  1413.         Line 115979: [02:25] <dmh> omg
  1414.         Line 115981: [02:25] <dmh> my phone just fucked up
  1415.         Line 115983: [02:26] <dmh> and said call from 2029993335
  1416.         Line 115985: [02:26] <dmh> for a second
  1417.         Line 115989: [02:26] <dmh> because it was showing what i had in dialer before
  1418.         Line 115993: [02:26] <dmh> it fucks up like that
  1419.         Line 115995: [02:26] <dmh> haha
  1420.         Line 116001: [02:26] <dmh> made me double take
  1421.         Line 116005: [02:26] <dmh> android
  1422.         Line 116009: [02:26] <dmh> ftl
  1423.         Line 116011: [02:26] <dmh> its probably my boss
  1424.         Line 116015: [02:26] <dmh> its mwally
  1425.         Line 116021: [02:27] <dmh> jokes
  1426.         Line 116029: [02:28] <dmh> hehe
  1427.         Line 116031: [02:28] <dmh> 2029993336 only rings once for me
  1428.         Line 116033: [02:28] <dmh> educational typo
  1429.         Line 116035: [02:28] <dmh> brb
  1430.         Line 116215: [02:44] <Braco> dmh: you there?
  1431.         Line 116219: [02:44] <dmh> yes
  1432.         Line 116225: [02:45] <dmh> did you need somethin
  1433.         Line 116227: [02:45] <dmh> i gotta shit
  1434.         Line 116359: [02:54] <asdgfsadg> so dmh was investigating
  1435.         Line 116417: [02:57] <dmh> ok back, those habanero slim jims are bad news
  1436.         Line 116439: [02:58] <dmh> did i miss anything on the new number
  1437.         Line 116447: [02:59] <dmh> kk
  1438.         Line 116453: [02:59] <dmh> they're good :(
  1439.         Line 116465: [03:00] <asdgfsadg> randomguy, because dmh was about to find out who it was and the guy running it noticed and changed it up a bit
  1440.         Line 116477: [03:00] <dmh> first thing im going to check is if this new number is actually w/ level3
  1441.         Line 116479: [03:00] <dmh> make sure its not ported
  1442.         Line 116489: [03:01] <asdgfsadg> dmh, it is with level3
  1443.         Line 116495: [03:01] <dmh> asdfqwerty, thats what the block shows up as
  1444.         Line 116497: [03:01] <dmh> yes, its a l3 native block
  1445.         Line 116501: [03:01] <dmh> however that doesnt mean any single number hasnt ported out of l3 :p
  1446.         Line 116507: [03:01] <dmh> but, given the other block was l3 too, i bet it is
  1447.         Line 116513: [03:02] <dmh> im going to feel like such an idiot if its some fuckhead i know
  1448.         Line 116521: [03:02] <asdgfsadg> dmh, d0x him. pitchforks and torches are ready
  1449.         Line 116523: [03:02] <dmh> haha
  1450.         Line 116525: [03:02] <dmh> trying to think of any crypto nerds
  1451.         Line 116531: [03:02] <dmh> no doubt
  1452.         Line 116541: [03:03] <dmh> yea, the sstv lookd like a blast
  1453.         Line 116545: [03:03] <dmh> i've never seen anything like this
  1454.         Line 116551: [03:03] <dmh> im only vaguely familiar with packet radio
  1455.         Line 116557: [03:03] <dmh> but ya this stuff is cool
  1456.         Line 116573: [03:04] <dmh> intellectual
  1457.         Line 116599: [03:05] <dmh> how are you all getting such clear recordings
  1458.         Line 116601: [03:05] <dmh> phone -> line in or some shit
  1459.         Line 116607: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, recording over my soundcard.
  1460.         Line 116609: [03:06] <dmh> well fuck
  1461.         Line 116613: [03:06] <dmh> im on windows atm
  1462.         Line 116615: [03:06] <dmh> cba
  1463.         Line 116617: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> Same here, dmh. Windows 7.
  1464.         Line 116621: [03:06] <dmh> record stereo mix or whatever?
  1465.         Line 116623: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, VAC.
  1466.         Line 116627: [03:06] <dmh> i have to admit im not familiar sorry
  1467.         Line 116631: [03:07] <dmh> oh
  1468.         Line 116637: [03:07] <dmh> badass
  1469.         Line 116641: [03:07] <dmh> i use a usb amp and havent found anythign that works with it
  1470.         Line 116645: [03:07] <dmh> i want to get into ham
  1471.         Line 116657: [03:08] <dmh> yea fun getting arrested
  1472.         Line 116683: [03:10] <dmh> noice
  1473.         Line 116699: [03:11] <dmh> poor guy, RIP
  1474.         Line 116715: [03:11] <dmh> oh ya
  1475.         Line 116719: [03:12] <dmh> so low power can go real far right
  1476.         Line 116721: [03:12] <OTP-Decoder> Yes, dmh.
  1477.         Line 116727: [03:12] <dmh> im pretty engrossedi n this shit
  1478.         Line 116731: [03:12] <dmh> numbers stations
  1479.         Line 116767: [03:13] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, you're worse  than mwally
  1480.         Line 116877: [03:19] <asdgfsadg> dmh for killing the number
  1481.         Line 116881: [03:19] <dmh> thats a bad thing imo
  1482.         Line 116887: [03:19] <dmh> all i did was query it in some basic shit and request a csr hahaha
  1483.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  1484.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  1485.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  1486.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  1487.         Line 116905: [03:20] <dmh> if you feel a need to put me down for doing literally nothin
  1488.         Line 116937: [03:21] <dmh> the IVR has like 10 voices
  1489.         Line 116987: [03:23] <dmh> the latin stuff?
  1490.         Line 116993: [03:23] <dmh> ah n1
  1491.         Line 117097: [03:32] <dmh> how do you know some shit sunk?
  1492.         Line 117101: [03:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we got two mig bogies as coordinate updates
  1493.         Line 117105: [03:32] <dmh> oh right
  1494.         Line 117115: [03:33] <dmh> this is making me wanna buy a SDR
  1495.         Line 117123: [03:36] <dmh> in regard to what
  1496.         Line 117135: [03:37] <dmh> oh thought maybe something specific
  1497.         Line 117153: [03:38] <dmh> rofl
  1498.         Line 117259: [03:47] <dmh> on that note
  1499.         Line 117263: [03:47] <dmh> im going to sleep, ill let you know what i find tomorrow
  1500.         Line 117267: [03:47] <WolfKit> odds of dmh getting v& when he goes to work tomorrow?
  1501.         Line 117269: [03:47] <Nosfer> What you find in your sleep dmh?
  1502.         Line 117271: [03:48] <dmh> lol
  1503.         Line 117275: [03:48] <dmh> i cancelled sending that email
  1504.         Line 117277: [03:48] <dmh> since the number changed
  1505.         Line 117285: [03:48] <dmh> ya i'll look into it
  1506.         Line 117291: [03:48] <dmh> ye
  1507.         Line 117295: [03:48] <dmh> both level3 ..
  1508.         Line 117301: [03:49] <dmh> scared of what
  1509.         Line 117311: [03:49] <dmh> my boss is a nerd
  1510.         Line 117313: [03:49] <dmh> he might get into it
  1511.         Line 117315: [03:49] <dmh> if he's not the one doing i
  1512.         Line 117317: [03:49] <dmh> y
  1513.         Line 117323: [03:49] <OTP-Decoder> Haha dmh's boss is behind the number
  1514.         Line 117325: [03:50] <dmh> nah i dont think he IRCs :d
  1515.         Line 117331: [03:50] <dmh> im currently distracted by listening to russian on some webSDR
  1516.         Line 117337: [03:51] <dmh> dont even have to buy a reciever to derp around!
  1517.         Line 117357: [03:52] <dmh> i have no idea waht im listening to
  1518.         Line 117361: [03:52] <dmh> but its amusing
  1519.         Line 117371: [03:52] <randomguy_> dmh
  1520.         Line 117373: [03:52] <dmh> randomguy_, wat
  1521.         Line 117377: [03:52] <dmh> no
  1522.         Line 117381: [03:52] <dmh> I'm new to all of this
  1523.         Line 117383: [03:52] <dmh> not crypto
  1524.         Line 117389: [03:52] <dmh> know the basics of crypto
  1525.         Line 117427: [03:54] <dmh> kill all noobs
  1526.         Line 118309: [06:04] <WolfKit> I wonder if dmh can fix it, lol
  1527.         Line 120437: [12:39] <OTP-Decoder> dmh screwed with the old number and it moved over to the new one.
  1528.         Line 120443: [12:40] <Selecao> dmh?
  1529.         Line 120545: [12:54] <abkus> <@OTP-Decoder> Holy mother of God. <@asdgfsadg> so dmh was investigating <@asdgfsadg> our guy from Level3 <@asdgfsadg> and all of a sudden the number starts doing that
  1530.         Line 120567: [12:59] <OTP-Decoder> dmh probably screwed up the old number so bad they had to revert to a backup type system which would be the 202 number.
  1531.         Line 122595: [17:59] * dmh_ (~dmh@v-72-5-102-165.unman-vds.internap-denver.nfoservers.com) has joined #otp22
  1532.         Line 122595: [17:59] * dmh_ (~dmh@v-72-5-102-165.unman-vds.internap-denver.nfoservers.com) has joined #otp22
  1533.         Line 122597: [18:00] <dmh_> hey guys
  1534.         Line 122599: [18:00] <dmh_> anyone still alive
  1535.         Line 122603: [18:01] <abkus> dmh_ second number changed
  1536.         Line 122605: [18:01] <dmh_> i kno
  1537.         Line 122607: [18:01] <dmh_> wait
  1538.         Line 122613: [18:01] <dmh_> what
  1539.         Line 122615: [18:01] <dmh_> so third?
  1540.         Line 122617: [18:01] <dmh_> i wanted to clarify what decoder was saying in that log on the wiki
  1541.         Line 122619: [18:01] <dmh_> i didnt touch first number
  1542.         Line 122621: [18:01] <dmh_> but i will bug him about it later or somethin
  1543.         Line 122625: [18:01] <dmh_> i will look in a bit
  1544.         Line 122627: [18:01] <abkus> dmh_: what is this http://70.90.239.101/2012-09-17%2018-00%20UTC%20-%20202-999-3335%20-%2099665.wav
  1545.         Line 122629: [18:01] <dmh_> fuck
  1546.         Line 122633: [18:02] <dmh_> abkus: can you pm it to 'dmh' so i can check when i get home
  1547.         Line 122633: [18:02] <dmh_> abkus: can you pm it to 'dmh' so i can check when i get home
  1548.         Line 122641: [18:03] <dmh_> ok thx
  1549.         Line 122643: [18:03] <dmh_> i'll be back in like two hours
  1550.         Line 122649: [18:03] <dmh_> third number in pks again?
  1551.         Line 122655: [18:04] <dmh_> i mean psk :d ok
  1552.         Line 122657: [18:04] <dmh_> gotta go
  1553.         Line 122659: [18:04] * dmh_ has quit IRC (Client Quit)
  1554.         Line 123013: [19:07] <anonen> did dmh come up with anything on who owns the number?
  1555.         Line 123137: [19:26] <dmh> hey im back
  1556.         Line 123139: [19:26] <dmh> changed a third time?
  1557.         Line 123141: [19:26] <dmh> second rather
  1558.         Line 123159: [19:28] <dmh> white pages just shows native owner of the entier block
  1559.         Line 123161: [19:28] <dmh> however
  1560.         Line 123163: [19:28] <dmh> i checked both numbers today
  1561.         Line 123165: [19:28] <dmh> im now 100% sure they are both with level3
  1562.         Line 123167: [19:28] <dmh> not that is breaking news or anything :p
  1563.         Line 123171: [19:28] <maqr> dmh: oh yeah, hey, how's it going today?
  1564.         Line 123173: [19:28] <dmh> fine
  1565.         Line 123175: [19:29] <maqr> dmh: i don't mean about your general well being, i mean for the phone number :P
  1566.         Line 123179: [19:29] <dmh> ya
  1567.         Line 123181: [19:29] <dmh> i checked both of them to see if they've been ported from native blocks
  1568.         Line 123183: [19:29] <dmh> but they havent
  1569.         Line 123185: [19:29] <dmh> doesnt fix reseller questions though
  1570.         Line 123187: [19:29] <dmh> I tried to pull a CSR in the correct system, but needed a billing zip code
  1571.         Line 123193: [19:30] <dmh> and thats not exactly legal to pull a CSR without authorization
  1572.         Line 123199: [19:30] <dmh> I tried a few random DC ones
  1573.         Line 123201: [19:30] <dmh> but its pointless
  1574.         Line 123203: [19:30] <dmh> to guess
  1575.         Line 123205: [19:30] <dmh> it locks you out after 3 or 4
  1576.         Line 123209: [19:30] <Cariyla> Selecao: Guess what, dmh is.
  1577.         Line 123215: [19:30] <dmh> Braco, nah its outta our reach
  1578.         Line 123217: [19:30] <dmh> i also want to clarify
  1579.         Line 123219: [19:31] <dmh> i didn't do anything to the TN yesterday
  1580.         Line 123221: [19:31] <dmh> if decoder was saying such
  1581.         Line 123223: [19:31] <dmh> i just queried in some search thing
  1582.         Line 123231: [19:31] <dmh> so,  that makes me suspect of IRC :P
  1583.         Line 123233: [19:31] <dmh> given the timing, or just a coincidence
  1584.         Line 123237: [19:31] <randomguy_> dmh I believe you
  1585.         Line 123239: [19:31] <dmh> however
  1586.         Line 123243: [19:31] <dmh> here is what i can confirm
  1587.         Line 123245: [19:31] <dmh> both are native tns with level3. the end :(
  1588.         Line 123247: [19:31] <dmh> in our switches, never ported etc
  1589.         Line 123251: [19:32] <dmh> so, not being able to pull a CSR without billing zip code is a big cockblock
  1590.         Line 123257: [19:32] <dmh> we bought them a few years ago
  1591.         Line 123261: [19:32] <dmh> i double checked to see if it was still in their old systems, like i was saying last night
  1592.         Line 123265: [19:32] <dmh> it wasnt in there, tis been migrated over
  1593.         Line 123267: [19:33] <dmh> i think it ALL has now, so i was wrong
  1594.         Line 123271: [19:33] <dmh> no
  1595.         Line 123275: [19:33] <dmh> yes
  1596.         Line 123283: [19:33] <dmh> i tried like 10 across 3 logins
  1597.         Line 123285: [19:33] <dmh> im under the impression there isnt many more
  1598.         Line 123289: [19:34] <dmh> billing address is probably completely different, giving its pointing us around
  1599.         Line 123291: [19:34] <dmh> oh wow, just looked, there are quite a few
  1600.         Line 123293: [19:34] <dmh> but still
  1601.         Line 123299: [19:34] <dmh> i could get fired for even trying that :p
  1602.         Line 123301: [19:34] <dmh> no not since last night
  1603.         Line 123317: [19:35] <dmh> ya im not going to push it, probably just some crypto nerd
  1604.         Line 123319: [19:35] <dmh> you cant say its not well done
  1605.         Line 123325: [19:35] <dmh> ok whatever nerd
  1606.         Line 123341: [19:35] <dmh> hrm
  1607.         Line 123345: [19:35] <dmh> so 3 numbers now huh
  1608.         Line 123359: [19:36] <dmh> that doesnt sound like a level3 msg
  1609.         Line 123373: [19:36] <dmh> well i'll just say i've never heard it haha
  1610.         Line 123379: [19:36] <dmh> guys we shitted up someones numbers station
  1611.         Line 123385: [19:37] <dmh> prev was 3335
  1612.         Line 123389: [19:37] <dmh> i've only seen 0001 - 0005 used on LRNs to be honest :o
  1613.         Line 123391: [19:37] <dmh> or businesses
  1614.         Line 123393: [19:37] <dmh> who bought a whole block or whatever
  1615.         Line 123397: [19:37] <dmh> good god those tones right before the msg
  1616.         Line 123415: [19:38] <dmh> rwx_, thats psk3 of the other number or something
  1617.         Line 123435: [19:39] <sauceman> dmh: what about the tones?
  1618.         Line 123441: [19:40] <dmh> dont ask me
  1619.         Line 123445: [19:40] <dmh> im not a phone guy really
  1620.         Line 123447: [19:40] <dmh> all i do is port numbers and update switches
  1621.         Line 123449: [19:40] <dmh> really lightweight stuff
  1622.         Line 123455: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: surely there's one super nerdy guy in the office you could poke about it?
  1623.         Line 123461: [19:41] <dmh> not in my dept but if I can make an excuse to ask someone ni the metal
  1624.         Line 123463: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: if you had them dial the number with the tone that plays right away, they might be like "well that's weird" and look it up for you
  1625.         Line 123467: [19:41] <dmh> if im asking about some random resold line tho I could get a lot of shit
  1626.         Line 123469: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: i think as long as they don't have to enter an 'agent code', they'd be fine calling it
  1627.         Line 123471: [19:42] <dmh> the 3335 is in our switches
  1628.         Line 123475: [19:42] <dmh> or at least was this morning :p
  1629.         Line 123477: [19:42] <dmh> so i can come up with something
  1630.         Line 123487: [19:42] <Selecao> dmh, what are your office hours and time zone?
  1631.         Line 123491: [19:43] <dmh> here is my social security number
  1632.         Line 123609: [20:11] <dmh> rofl
  1633.         Line 123621: [20:13] <dmh> are you still typing on an android
  1634.         Line 123743: [20:24] <dmh> haha o man listening to some racist old fucks on a webSDR
  1635.         Line 123749: [20:26] <dmh> Employee Savings up to 51% on southern California's best family entertainment!
  1636.         Line 123753: [20:26] <Cariyla> Lol dmh
  1637.         Line 123791: [20:29] <dmh> ya setup
  1638.         Line 123805: [20:30] <dmh> welcome to 1999
  1639.         Line 123811: [20:30] <dmh> jk
  1640.         Line 123813: [20:30] <dmh> :d
  1641.         Line 123823: [20:32] <dmh> phone domain!
  1642.         Line 123825: [20:32] <dmh> haha
  1643.         Line 123881: [20:40] <dmh> why the fuck is VAC yelling at me
  1644.         Line 123887: [20:40] <dmh> is it saying throttle
  1645.         Line 123907: [20:42] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, no luck for me today
  1646.         Line 123909: [20:42] <dmh> was able to confirm both are indeed level3 numbers but tahts all
  1647.         Line 123913: [20:42] <OTP-Decoder> Why's that, dmh?
  1648.         Line 123917: [20:42] <dmh> need billing address to pull CSR
  1649.         Line 123943: [20:44] <dmh> nevermind, VAC is saying 'trial' over and over :d
  1650.         Line 123951: [20:44] <dmh> i think anyawy
  1651.         Line 123959: [20:44] <dmh> interesting
  1652.         Line 124347: [21:06] <dmh> omg
  1653.         Line 124351: [21:06] <dmh> ham radio is cool
  1654.         Line 124353: [21:07] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I. KNOW. RIGHT.
  1655.         Line 124359: [21:07] <dmh> i am watching a bpsk-31 convo
  1656.         Line 124361: [21:07] <dmh> blowing my mindzor
  1657.         Line 124363: [21:07] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, link to the webSDR your on?
  1658.         Line 124367: [21:07] <dmh> http://w4ax.com/
  1659.         Line 124369: [21:07] <dmh> naw tis just rambling
  1660.         Line 124373: [21:08] <dmh> 7034 kHz around there
  1661.         Line 124377: [21:08] <dmh> people talkin about being noobs @ computering
  1662.         Line 124379: [21:08] <dmh> its being interrupted by my VAC trial :D
  1663.         Line 124391: [21:10] <dmh> valve anti cheat
  1664.         Line 124409: [21:11] <dmh> Silverfish, virtual audio cable
  1665.         Line 124411: [21:11] <dmh> i am using it highly recommended by decoder :p
  1666.         Line 124413: [21:11] <dmh> pretty nifty
  1667.         Line 124415: [21:11] <dmh> not free tho
  1668.         Line 124419: [21:12] <dmh> the bpsk31 convo?
  1669.         Line 124423: [21:12] <dmh> no joke
  1670.         Line 124425: [21:12] <dmh> might have to try that out
  1671.         Line 124433: [21:13] <dmh> it was me
  1672.         Line 124443: [21:16] <dmh> fucking shitty hexchat fucked up
  1673.         Line 124445: [21:16] <dmh> brb
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  1676.         Line 124449: [21:16] <Silverfish> fucking shitty dmh using hexchat
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  1680.         Line 124487: [21:22] <dmh> agree.
  1681.         Line 124489: [21:22] <dmh> g
  1682.         Line 124563: [21:32] <dmh> man i cant figure out the SSTV
  1683.         Line 124565: [21:33] <dmh> damnit
  1684.         Line 124569: [21:33] <dmh> just some random sstv
  1685.         Line 124571: [21:33] <maqr> dmh: you ahve sstv that you need decoded?
  1686.         Line 124577: [21:33] <dmh> maqr: trying to figure out how to do it
  1687.         Line 124581: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: it's pretty easy with VAC and RX-SSTV on windows
  1688.         Line 124583: [21:34] <dmh> thats exactly what i have got cooking atm
  1689.         Line 124585: [21:34] <dmh> i have 3kHz going into it
  1690.         Line 124587: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1
  1691.         Line 124591: [21:34] <dmh> but havent figured out which setting is correct mode in rx-sstv
  1692.         Line 124593: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: then you play with vlc or media player or whatever, and start rx-sstv
  1693.         Line 124595: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: previous transmissions were AVT 90
  1694.         Line 124599: [21:34] <dmh> oh ok that makes it much easier
  1695.         Line 124601: [21:35] <dmh> it will stream to vlc realtime so i can just flip through the modes?
  1696.         Line 124605: [21:35] <maqr> dmh: yeah, more or less
  1697.         Line 124607: [21:35] <dmh> does USB or LSB matter
  1698.         Line 124611: [21:35] <dmh> or just bandwidth covering the data
  1699.         Line 124613: [21:35] <maqr> dmh: what do you mean?
  1700.         Line 124617: [21:36] <dmh> hrm
  1701.         Line 124619: [21:36] <dmh> let me try that
  1702.         Line 124621: [21:36] <maqr> dmh: can you link me to the wav? i'll give it a go
  1703.         Line 124625: [21:36] <dmh> this isnt a wave im trying it on some live
  1704.         Line 124627: [21:36] <dmh> random shit
  1705.         Line 124631: [21:36] <maqr> dmh: well make a wav :P
  1706.         Line 124647: [21:37] <dmh> i guess it doesnt work with all cards
  1707.         Line 124669: [21:40] <dmh> wish you could specify audio device chrome uses
  1708.         Line 124849: [22:11] <dmh> damn people are fast at keying morse
  1709.         Line 124939: [23:05] <asdgfsadg> whats up with dmh?
  1710.         Line 124943: [23:05] <Silverfish> dmh has shitty
  1711.         Line 125003: [23:09] <dmh> my hands smell like meat
  1712.         Line 125121: [23:22] <dmh> im gay
  1713.         Line 125131: [23:23] <dmh> no need billing zip code
  1714.         Line 125133: [23:23] <dmh> also :illegal:
  1715.         Line 125137: [23:23] <dmh> that is the question
  1716.         Line 125139: [23:23] <dmh> haha
  1717.         Line 125143: [23:23] <dmh> cant pull CSR without it
  1718.         Line 125145: [23:23] <dmh> and illegal to request CSR without LOA
  1719.         Line 125147: [23:24] <dmh> you know, speakin by the books ..
  1720.         Line 125149: [23:24] <asdgfsadg> dmh oh yea, but not legally illegal.. just against company policy, right?
  1721.         Line 125151: [23:24] <dmh> no, absolutely federally illegal
  1722.         Line 125157: [23:25] <dmh> of course man
  1723.         Line 125161: [23:25] <dmh> asking for a customer service record without their authorization
  1724.         Line 125163: [23:26] <dmh> thats like saying its ok for me to get your home address without any consent
  1725.         Line 125167: [23:26] <dmh> ofc its illegal :p
  1726.         Line 125173: [23:26] <dmh> both the numbers are level3 numbers
  1727.         Line 125177: [23:27] <dmh> didnt know about third oen till i got home
  1728.         Line 125179: [23:27] <dmh> brb foodin
  1729.         Line 125185: [23:27] <randomguy_> dmh want corn dogs?
  1730.         Line 125199: [23:29] <dmh> ok someone kill you
  1731.         Line 125203: [23:29] <Silverfish> dmh, it's not illegal for me to find your home address without your consent
  1732.         Line 125205: [23:30] <dmh> sure
  1733.         Line 125261: [23:50] <dmh> fuck this ARG
  1734.         Line 125345: [00:00] <dmh> 10 get fucked
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  1736.         Line 125583: [00:27] <sauceman> dmh, is there any way you can check and see if the # went there without looking at CSRs?
  1737.         Line 125603: [00:29] <sauceman> where's dmh when you need him?
  1738.         Line 126523: [05:53] <asdgfsadg> dmh i think
  1739.         Line 127877: [10:32] <asdgfsadg> yeah, already saw it. i think i said that to dmh last night or something but i'm glad someone made a graphic of it
  1740.   C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\logo\irclogs6.txt (501 hits)
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  1744.         Line 113489: [00:28] <dmh> hey
  1745.         Line 113495: [00:28] <dmh> that stupid picture on b caught my eye cuz i work for level3
  1746.         Line 113497: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you work for which L3?
  1747.         Line 113505: [00:29] <dmh> the level3?
  1748.         Line 113507: [00:29] <dmh> lol
  1749.         Line 113511: [00:29] <dmh> the CLEC
  1750.         Line 113521: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> DMH what kind of access do you have?
  1751.         Line 113535: [00:30] <dmh> i do LNP stuff, so only phone porting tools
  1752.         Line 113539: [00:30] <asdgfsadg> dmh, can you look up the info on this number for us?
  1753.         Line 113541: [00:30] <dmh> i can see if its in orderpath
  1754.         Line 113547: [00:30] <dmh> a lot of government type stuff comes up blank tho
  1755.         Line 113555: [00:31] <dmh> asdgfsadg, residental ports and some bigger businesses taht wanna move an entire pbx in one line cut
  1756.         Line 113557: [00:31] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nah this is more likely to be just OTP-decoder's home address than gov't stuff LOL
  1757.         Line 113561: [00:31] <dmh> hehe get trolled
  1758.         Line 113563: [00:31] <nowat> dmh just put in the number and tell us what you find
  1759.         Line 113565: [00:31] <dmh> sure
  1760.         Line 113585: [00:32] <dmh> i dont know the number
  1761.         Line 113589: [00:32] <dmh> uh its a 303? haha
  1762.         Line 113591: [00:32] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, 303 is Denver.
  1763.         Line 113595: [00:32] <dmh> I live in denver, so I'm well aware XD
  1764.         Line 113597: [00:32] <dmh> yea no shit eh
  1765.         Line 113599: [00:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we also suspect this to be a prank by a bunch of bored L3 guys too
  1766.         Line 113605: [00:32] <dmh> im instantly suspect
  1767.         Line 113609: [00:33] <asdgfsadg> dmh, everyone's a suspect
  1768.         Line 113629: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, if you dox this for us you will get madd internets from 100+ anons all signed by al gore
  1769.         Line 113635: [00:34] <dmh> hmm gay the LRN its on is owned by global crossing
  1770.         Line 113639: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, L3 bought global xing in 2010
  1771.         Line 113643: [00:35] <dmh> yea but the systems are still seperate
  1772.         Line 113653: [00:35] <dmh> im remotin' in to my desktop
  1773.         Line 113657: [00:35] <asdgfsadg> dmh, awesome!!!
  1774.         Line 113661: [00:35] <dmh> i dont have access toa nything too wizzbang tho
  1775.         Line 113673: [00:36] <Braco> who do you work for dmh?
  1776.         Line 113675: [00:36] <dmh> level3
  1777.         Line 113683: [00:36] <dmh> im not really 'engineer' level tho
  1778.         Line 113697: [00:37] <dmh> has it
  1779.         Line 113699: [00:37] <dmh> I just now saw it
  1780.         Line 113701: [00:37] <dmh> :(
  1781.         Line 113703: [00:38] <asdgfsadg> dmh, do you think you can talk to some people tomorrow and see if they can dox this? we mostly want to know just if it's a person, company, government, or Level3 prank
  1782.         Line 113705: [00:38] <dmh> its interesting
  1783.         Line 113709: [00:38] <maqr> dmh works at L3?
  1784.         Line 113719: [00:38] <dmh> asdgfsadg, maybe, but for what i do that would be extremely uncommon
  1785.         Line 113723: [00:38] <dmh> what i can try to do
  1786.         Line 113725: [00:38] <dmh> is try porting it and make it fuck up
  1787.         Line 113729: [00:38] <dmh> so then i can have an excuse to look into it
  1788.         Line 113735: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nice, but what if they ask why you tried porting it?
  1789.         Line 113737: [00:39] <dmh> if i put the number in our switches or somethin
  1790.         Line 113739: [00:39] <maqr> dmh: you could tell whoever you're trying to convince to call the number and type in some code, so they can see how ridiculous it is and also want to find an answer
  1791.         Line 113743: [00:39] <dmh> no i cant bullshit really
  1792.         Line 113745: [00:39] <dmh> i can say i typo'd another number since i do port a shitton of denver numbers
  1793.         Line 113753: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh do that
  1794.         Line 113759: [00:39] <dmh> dunno where that will get me tho
  1795.         Line 113763: [00:39] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, you should port it. Fuck it up, do what it takes.
  1796.         Line 113765: [00:39] <dmh> my boss is cool
  1797.         Line 113767: [00:39] <dmh> maybe
  1798.         Line 113769: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whatever info you can get is useful
  1799.         Line 113773: [00:39] <dmh> well i cant just port it outright
  1800.         Line 113783: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: when we had people call L3, they could see it on their screen but wouldn't tell us who owns it
  1801.         Line 113787: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: so i don't think it's going to be very hard to figure out if you work there
  1802.         Line 113789: [00:40] <sauceman> dmh, have you called it yet?
  1803.         Line 113793: [00:40] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  1804.         Line 113799: [00:40] <dmh> it comes up up with nothing useful in orderpath
  1805.         Line 113805: [00:41] <asdgfsadg> dmh, what DOES it come up with?
  1806.         Line 113811: [00:41] <dmh> need a way to see info on th e block from the native (global crossing) but they have a different system with different login still
  1807.         Line 113817: [00:41] <dmh> no orderpath just shows porting information
  1808.         Line 113819: [00:41] <dmh> like, active with SPID xyz, from SPID yzz on date x/y/z
  1809.         Line 113823: [00:41] <nowat> dmh can you quit your job tomorrow and apply at global crossing and then get the infos just to please the internet?
  1810.         Line 113827: [00:41] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, is there any way to obtain more information?
  1811.         Line 113831: [00:42] <dmh> hang tight guys
  1812.         Line 113843: [00:42] <dmh> maqr, really
  1813.         Line 113845: [00:42] <dmh> do you know what tehy did
  1814.         Line 113847: [00:42] <dmh> was it just customer service or what
  1815.         Line 113851: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: yes, at least 3 different engineers confirmed it
  1816.         Line 113855: [00:42] <dmh> ok
  1817.         Line 113857: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: OTP-Decoder called them
  1818.         Line 113859: [00:42] <dmh> i believe you
  1819.         Line 113863: [00:42] <dmh> im probabl just looking at the wrong stuff
  1820.         Line 113865: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: i heard a recording of one that pholiage- called, i think
  1821.         Line 113867: [00:42] <OTP-Decoder> maqr, dmh yes I called the,
  1822.         Line 113873: [00:43] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, did you call customer service or the porting department or?
  1823.         Line 113881: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: customer service, i think
  1824.         Line 113883: [00:43] <dmh> the whatever number
  1825.         Line 113889: [00:43] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I have no idea. I called the main department, hit 6 and then hit 3. I got transferred to 3 different engineers. Ed, and two others.
  1826.         Line 113891: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: they offered to redirect us to 'fraud and abuse' when we said the number was calling out (not true)
  1827.         Line 113895: [00:44] <dmh> i am not sure if their port-out or port in dept is public
  1828.         Line 113899: [00:44] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, ok
  1829.         Line 113901: [00:44] <dmh> there are just
  1830.         Line 113903: [00:44] <dmh> a lot of segements of several system
  1831.         Line 113905: [00:44] <dmh> each with their own logins
  1832.         Line 113907: [00:44] <dmh> and a few expire monthly
  1833.         Line 113909: [00:44] <dmh> so its hard to borrow em
  1834.         Line 113917: [00:45] <dmh> guys just request a CSR on it ;)
  1835.         Line 113921: [00:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you're awesome
  1836.         Line 113927: [00:45] <dmh> no
  1837.         Line 113937: [00:45] <dmh> actually
  1838.         Line 113939: [00:46] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whats in the CSR?
  1839.         Line 113941: [00:46] <dmh> if I gave the email to someone
  1840.         Line 113943: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: we could have OTP-Decoder call your extension
  1841.         Line 113947: [00:46] <dmh> they could make a request
  1842.         Line 113949: [00:46] <dmh> but if you bomb it it will not get done
  1843.         Line 113953: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: if we could get the request to you, say we found your business card somewhere or something
  1844.         Line 113955: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: then would you have a 'reason' to look it up?
  1845.         Line 113959: [00:46] <dmh> maqr, I only deal with big business accts really
  1846.         Line 113963: [00:46] <dmh> asdgfsadg, i meant a CSR for the number
  1847.         Line 113967: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: i think this is a hardware mitel pbx connected to a TWC trunk
  1848.         Line 113969: [00:46] <dmh> but hang tight
  1849.         Line 113975: [00:46] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I'm not sure what that means, but I'll certainly do anything you want me to do.
  1850.         Line 113977: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: it's probably a 'big business'
  1851.         Line 113979: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, time warner?
  1852.         Line 113985: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: so says their transfer message, yeah
  1853.         Line 113987: [00:47] <dmh> Braco, I'm talking customer service record or such
  1854.         Line 113989: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  1855.         Line 113991: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: and also just the volume of calls we've put on this thing is huge, and we've never hit a busy
  1856.         Line 114001: [00:47] <dmh> scratch the CSR idea
  1857.         Line 114007: [00:47] <dmh> its all moved over to our lame porting 'portal' which requires login
  1858.         Line 114009: [00:48] <dmh> i have a friend at comcast
  1859.         Line 114011: [00:48] <dmh> im going to have him try just doign the usual pre-port shit
  1860.         Line 114013: [00:48] <dmh> outsourcing 0wns faggots
  1861.         Line 114045: [00:49] <dmh> fuck
  1862.         Line 114047: [00:49] <dmh> no CSR for TN
  1863.         Line 114059: [00:50] <maqr> mwally: dmh works at L3 and does number ports
  1864.         Line 114073: [00:50] <nowat> dmh: wat do you mean no csr for tn?
  1865.         Line 114075: [00:50] <dmh> i tried to pull a CSR in our automated thing
  1866.         Line 114077: [00:50] <dmh> it came back w/ no CSR
  1867.         Line 114079: [00:51] <dmh> this means 1 of 2 thing
  1868.         Line 114081: [00:51] <dmh> s
  1869.         Line 114085: [00:51] <dmh> its not active, which is obviously not true
  1870.         Line 114087: [00:51] <dmh> telephone number
  1871.         Line 114091: [00:51] <maqr> dmh: can you query ANI for it?
  1872.         Line 114095: [00:52] <dmh> the ANI is the same
  1873.         Line 114103: [00:52] <anonen> dmh what the 2nd thing it can mean
  1874.         Line 114111: [00:52] <dmh> ive seen CSRs fail on new blocks of native tn pools
  1875.         Line 114113: [00:52] <dmh> anyone know how old the number is, or when someone stumpled apon it?
  1876.         Line 114117: [00:53] <asdgfsadg> dmh, earliest record is 2011
  1877.         Line 114125: [00:53] <dmh> kk thats weird
  1878.         Line 114151: [00:54] <anonen> dmh are you saying it can only be government?
  1879.         Line 114167: [00:54] <maqr> mwally: dmh
  1880.         Line 114177: [00:55] <dmh> its not coming up in my shit
  1881.         Line 114181: [00:55] <dmh> looks kinda like state bldg block
  1882.         Line 114217: [00:56] <mwally> How much do we trush dmh?
  1883.         Line 114219: [00:56] <dmh> wtf
  1884.         Line 114221: [00:56] <asdgfsadg> nowat, dmh works at the correct Level 3
  1885.         Line 114227: [00:56] <nowat> maybe dmh can get that one
  1886.         Line 114231: [00:56] <maqr> dmh: they're a little twitchy, don't feel insulted
  1887.         Line 114233: [00:56] <dmh> its fine i understand
  1888.         Line 114235: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: this is has been a weird journey
  1889.         Line 114237: [00:57] <dmh> im perplexed
  1890.         Line 114243: [00:57] <dmh> thats why im here
  1891.         Line 114245: [00:57] <anonen> dmh no offense but you a new, you are saying this line is rented by a gov bldg?
  1892.         Line 114251: [00:57] <nowat> so did the 303 go 404 a minutes after dmh started poking at it?
  1893.         Line 114255: [00:57] <dmh> anonen, no, its not showing up
  1894.         Line 114259: [00:57] <dmh> basically
  1895.         Line 114263: [00:57] <dmh> i cant see
  1896.         Line 114265: [00:57] <dmh> anythign for it
  1897.         Line 114267: [00:57] <dmh> in my usual systems
  1898.         Line 114277: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: level 3 people definitely told us they could see who owned it... they could have been lying, but it doesn't seem likely
  1899.         Line 114279: [00:57] <dmh> which I havent seen ever before, except with gov shit
  1900.         Line 114283: [00:57] <dmh> maqr, no no, I believe them
  1901.         Line 114287: [00:58] <dmh> i just wonder where they are looking at the number itself
  1902.         Line 114289: [00:58] <dmh> hang tight ^^
  1903.         Line 114291: [00:58] <dmh> i gotta vpn
  1904.         Line 114293: [00:58] <mwally> dmh, can you confirm you work for Level 3 Communications?
  1905.         Line 114295: [00:58] <dmh> i guess
  1906.         Line 114299: [00:58] <dmh> but im not going to scan my badge for a buncha anons
  1907.         Line 114303: [00:58] <dmh> level3
  1908.         Line 114307: [00:58] <dmh> in downtown denver
  1909.         Line 114311: [00:58] <anonen> dmh i respect that, we just need to know this is legit
  1910.         Line 114317: [00:59] <dmh> well i've got nowhere
  1911.         Line 114321: [00:59] <dmh> i dont want you reading between the lines
  1912.         Line 114325: [00:59] <maqr> dmh: don't you have any coworkers you could call up and be like "hey, this is weird, you got any ideas?"
  1913.         Line 114327: [00:59] <dmh> maqr, not at this hour
  1914.         Line 114329: [00:59] <dmh> tomorrow tho
  1915.         Line 114331: [00:59] <dmh> i can email a guy
  1916.         Line 114335: [00:59] <dmh> did it just now die?
  1917.         Line 114341: [00:59] <dmh> interesting
  1918.         Line 114343: [01:00] <anonen> dmh we are pretty sure this is an ARG, which means non gov, could a college be renting the line?
  1919.         Line 114345: [01:00] <mwally> dmh, OK, well, at the risk of blowing a good lead, I have reason to believe that the number in question is operated by a reseller known to your system as "Sybase365" -- Their CIC code is 102680 -- does this help any?
  1920.         Line 114347: [01:00] <WolfKit> in the last few minutes yes dmh
  1921.         Line 114351: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, hmm a little
  1922.         Line 114359: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, that would explain the CSR situation - when a line is resold no CSR is returned
  1923.         Line 114391: [01:01] <dmh> wtf
  1924.         Line 114393: [01:01] <dmh> those random noises
  1925.         Line 114395: [01:01] <dmh> someone has got to be fucking with us
  1926.         Line 114405: [01:01] <dmh> what would be that low?
  1927.         Line 114419: [01:02] <anonen> dmh please check the info from mwally please, we need this solved asap
  1928.         Line 114425: [01:02] <asdgfsadg> DMH YOU BROKE IT!
  1929.         Line 114445: [01:03] <dmh> i cant send request to Sybase365 without a LOA from the owner
  1930.         Line 114453: [01:03] <dmh> so hrm
  1931.         Line 114455: [01:03] <dmh> maybe
  1932.         Line 114457: [01:03] <dmh> its his line
  1933.         Line 114461: [01:03] <dmh> and hes like oh shit
  1934.         Line 114463: [01:03] <dmh> lol
  1935.         Line 114473: [01:03] <dmh> well
  1936.         Line 114479: [01:04] <dmh> i cant vpn into th system i need atm
  1937.         Line 114481: [01:04] <dmh> so i can bust decoder tomorrow
  1938.         Line 114491: [01:04] <asdgfsadg> lol dmh we will be waiting with pitchforks and torches ready
  1939.         Line 114503: [01:05] <dmh> maybe
  1940.         Line 114505: [01:05] <dmh> someone here
  1941.         Line 114507: [01:05] <dmh> works for level3
  1942.         Line 114513: [01:05] <dmh> and killed it
  1943.         Line 114515: [01:05] <dmh> when i queried
  1944.         Line 114521: [01:05] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we are almost 100% sure the people running it are watching
  1945.         Line 114527: [01:06] <Braco> can you place a CSR request now dmh? with the # being down?
  1946.         Line 114533: [01:06] <dmh> Braco, I did and it came back no CSR
  1947.         Line 114541: [01:06] <dmh> so if it is indeed a resold line - that would be right
  1948.         Line 114545: [01:06] <marcusw> dmh: you done broke our arg, you crazy awesome bastard XD
  1949.         Line 114547: [01:06] <dmh> CSRs always go through reseller
  1950.         Line 114625: [01:10] <dmh> ok guys
  1951.         Line 114629: [01:10] <dmh> i sent an email to my sup
  1952.         Line 114631: [01:10] <dmh> saying i cant get a port to go through on this number
  1953.         Line 114633: [01:10] <dmh> huehuehue
  1954.         Line 114635: [01:10] <maqr> dmh: now you can safely say that calling it indicates something is wrong, you get a crazy humming
  1955.         Line 114637: [01:10] <asdgfsadg> dmh, prob a bad idea when you're not at work, eh?
  1956.         Line 114647: [01:11] <dmh> asdgfsadg, set for tomorrow morning
  1957.         Line 114655: [01:11] <dmh> im afriad this number is beyond my reach
  1958.         Line 114659: [01:11] <maqr> dmh: you're our only hope :P
  1959.         Line 114663: [01:11] <dmh> unless i stick it in the switch or something and make it become my reach
  1960.         Line 114671: [01:11] <anonen> dmh do whatever you can
  1961.         Line 114681: [01:12] <dmh> wonder wtf happened to it
  1962.         Line 114683: [01:12] <dmh> maybe someone else slammed it
  1963.         Line 114697: [01:12] <anonen> dmh who could slam it/
  1964.         Line 114703: [01:13] <dmh> well
  1965.         Line 114707: [01:13] <dmh> anonen, would take 24hr
  1966.         Line 114711: [01:13] <dmh> now that i think about it
  1967.         Line 114847: [01:21] <dmh> this has to be an inside job by someone who first mentioned this number
  1968.         Line 114853: [01:21] <anonen> totally dmh
  1969.         Line 114857: [01:21] <dmh> i bet decoder is one of my coworkers
  1970.         Line 114865: [01:21] <dmh> ah ok no way then
  1971.         Line 114877: [01:22] <dmh> if true that would be game over
  1972.         Line 114881: [01:23] <dmh> its probably a voip number someone who is bored setup numbers on
  1973.         Line 114885: [01:23] <maqr> dmh: they did a very polished job then
  1974.         Line 114889: [01:23] <dmh> thats what gets me
  1975.         Line 114905: [01:24] <dmh> im curious about the timing of it just now going dead
  1976.         Line 114911: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> dmh, the people running it are def in here
  1977.         Line 114919: [01:24] <dmh> well tomorrow
  1978.         Line 114921: [01:24] <dmh> i'll look at it
  1979.         Line 114927: [01:24] <dmh> and facepalm
  1980.         Line 114929: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> thank you dmh
  1981.         Line 114931: [01:24] <dmh> when its some fucking
  1982.         Line 114933: [01:25] <dmh> asshat
  1983.         Line 114945: [01:25] <dmh> level3 sells some stuff directly
  1984.         Line 114949: [01:26] <dmh> SIPs for companies, ISDN PBXs and shit
  1985.         Line 114957: [01:26] <dmh> global crossing was bought by level3 as mentioned
  1986.         Line 114959: [01:26] <dmh> BUT
  1987.         Line 114961: [01:26] <dmh> the thing is
  1988.         Line 114965: [01:26] <dmh> they still run their porting shit
  1989.         Line 114967: [01:26] <dmh> on seperate systems etc
  1990.         Line 114971: [01:27] <dmh> agreedo
  1991.         Line 114981: [01:27] <dmh> shit
  1992.         Line 114983: [01:27] <dmh> actually
  1993.         Line 114987: [01:28] <dmh> im talking out of my butt
  1994.         Line 114989: [01:28] <dmh> much to my surprise global crossing spids are in ucommand
  1995.         Line 115029: [01:30] <dmh> mwally, so all we know at this point
  1996.         Line 115033: [01:30] <dmh> is its a legacy global crossing number being potentially resold through sybase365
  1997.         Line 115035: [01:30] <dmh> right
  1998.         Line 115037: [01:31] <dmh> and tonight just now it stopped doing shit
  1999.         Line 115043: [01:31] <dmh> when i say legacy, i mean before level3 bought global crossing
  2000.         Line 115053: [01:31] <marcusw> dmh: so what's our best bet for tracing it?
  2001.         Line 115057: [01:31] <dmh> ok
  2002.         Line 115059: [01:31] <dmh> mwally, I will look it up in NPAC tomorrow
  2003.         Line 115063: [01:32] <dmh> it is in there, I'll make a subscription and slam it on wednesday and see what happens
  2004.         Line 115067: [01:32] <dmh> they lose service basically
  2005.         Line 115079: [01:33] <dmh> heck, if we're lucky and its level3 native tn then i'll be able to get al ittle more info
  2006.         Line 115083: [01:33] <dmh> but i have to wait till tomorrow for that too
  2007.         Line 115111: [01:35] <dmh> wait
  2008.         Line 115113: [01:35] <dmh> someone found a CD in a book in oregon?
  2009.         Line 115119: [01:35] <abkus> dmh yes
  2010.         Line 115121: [01:35] <dmh> this is obviously bullshit
  2011.         Line 115125: [01:35] <dmh> haha
  2012.         Line 115127: [01:35] <dmh> what was on it
  2013.         Line 115129: [01:35] <marcusw> dmh: yeah, I know right?
  2014.         Line 115131: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: ya, that's why we want to know who's behind it and why
  2015.         Line 115133: [01:35] <dmh> its either erally good or really bad
  2016.         Line 115137: [01:35] <abkus> dmh http://imgur.com/a/4v1XX#0
  2017.         Line 115141: [01:35] <dmh> ah ok
  2018.         Line 115143: [01:35] <dmh> nice
  2019.         Line 115145: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: the call said to go to coordinates that matched a library, isbn, and pagenumber
  2020.         Line 115147: [01:36] <dmh> i wasnt paying too much attention to the b thread
  2021.         Line 115151: [01:36] <dmh> weird
  2022.         Line 115153: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: the file had 4 massive text files on it, which were used as a key-value lookup for NATO codes read on later calls
  2023.         Line 115155: [01:36] <abkus> dmh: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=36166  last two post here explain CD content
  2024.         Line 115157: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: they ended up translating to messages, but just more stuff about payloads and melters
  2025.         Line 115159: [01:36] <Braco> what do you mean by really good or really bad dmh
  2026.         Line 115161: [01:36] <dmh> idk
  2027.         Line 115163: [01:36] <dmh> spies
  2028.         Line 115175: [01:37] <dmh> if i was the guy going to the library i woulda been freaked
  2029.         Line 115181: [01:37] <dmh> taking pictures of random guys in there rofl
  2030.         Line 115183: [01:37] <maqr> dmh: there were two dudes, i'm sure they pooped a little on this one
  2031.         Line 115187: [01:38] <dmh> ya well done
  2032.         Line 115247: [01:41] <dmh> oh man
  2033.         Line 115251: [01:41] <dmh> I wanna get into packet radio
  2034.         Line 115271: [01:44] <dmh> you know
  2035.         Line 115275: [01:44] <dmh> the fact it goes back to 2011
  2036.         Line 115277: [01:44] <dmh> im pretty convinced its not one guy fuckin around
  2037.         Line 115285: [01:45] <Braco> longtroll dmh longtroll
  2038.         Line 115287: [01:45] <dmh> for sure
  2039.         Line 115289: [01:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that this didnt gain any popularity and it was a side project of someone's they left running.. then when they wanted to do something with it they dropped it on /b/
  2040.         Line 115293: [01:45] <dmh> mm yea true
  2041.         Line 115301: [01:46] <dmh> yea i hadnt yet called it before it went silent
  2042.         Line 115303: [01:46] <dmh> :(
  2043.         Line 115307: [01:46] <maqr> dmh: there's plenty of recordings
  2044.         Line 115309: [01:46] <dmh> yai was listening to them
  2045.         Line 115323: [01:47] <Braco> dmh would the guy running it incur a large phone bill after all these calls?
  2046.         Line 115325: [01:47] <dmh> prob not
  2047.         Line 115359: [01:48] <dmh> i called
  2048.         Line 115361: [01:48] <dmh> and google voice dropped me
  2049.         Line 115363: [01:49] <dmh> haha
  2050.         Line 115365: [01:49] <dmh> one sec
  2051.         Line 115417: [01:55] <dmh> hey
  2052.         Line 115423: [01:56] <dmh> i came across some shit in the archives saying the number died before too?
  2053.         Line 115425: [01:56] <dmh> on 9/10
  2054.         Line 115429: [01:56] <dmh> ok
  2055.         Line 115439: [01:56] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that was someone's phone not working correctly
  2056.         Line 115443: [01:56] <dmh> oh
  2057.         Line 115449: [01:57] <dmh> im just trying to catch up
  2058.         Line 115457: [01:57] <dmh> kk
  2059.         Line 115573: [02:05] <dmh> too good
  2060.         Line 115585: [02:06] <dmh> i thought PSK31 was much higher freq sounding
  2061.         Line 115589: [02:06] <dmh> oh wait
  2062.         Line 115591: [02:06] <dmh> im listening to old shit
  2063.         Line 115599: [02:07] <WolfKit> .. so tl;dr "ohfsck dmh is gonna find me, better switch to a non-Level 3 number"?
  2064.         Line 115601: [02:08] <dmh> yea interesting timing to go a week on the number , er well years prior
  2065.         Line 115623: [02:09] <dmh> i hope the url is an xhamster tranny vid
  2066.         Line 115629: [02:10] <dmh> err, its a number
  2067.         Line 115631: [02:10] <dmh> im dumb
  2068.         Line 115653: [02:10] <dmh> yea dont call that
  2069.         Line 115661: [02:11] <dmh> hehe
  2070.         Line 115663: [02:11] <dmh> ya
  2071.         Line 115667: [02:11] <dmh> verizon wireless block iirc
  2072.         Line 115693: [02:13] <dmh> well its obv not gubment
  2073.         Line 115697: [02:13] <dmh> .. right ..
  2074.         Line 115699: [02:13] <marcusw> dmh: is there anything special about 999?
  2075.         Line 115701: [02:13] <dmh> not that i know of
  2076.         Line 115707: [02:13] <dmh> the only 'special' stuff we do
  2077.         Line 115711: [02:13] <dmh> is taking beginning blocks of a pool for internal use
  2078.         Line 115717: [02:14] <dmh> like 0000-10000 like taht previous number
  2079.         Line 115729: [02:14] <dmh> nice blocks
  2080.         Line 115735: [02:14] <dmh> huehuehue level3
  2081.         Line 115737: [02:14] <dmh> this has got to be
  2082.         Line 115741: [02:15] <dmh> um
  2083.         Line 115757: [02:15] <dmh> so its bouncing around main level3 centers
  2084.         Line 115761: [02:15] <dmh> interesting
  2085.         Line 115793: [02:16] <dmh> let me see if i can pull anything on this number
  2086.         Line 115803: [02:17] <dmh> fuck
  2087.         Line 115805: [02:17] <dmh> i need the SLLI code
  2088.         Line 115807: [02:17] <dmh> i mean CLLI
  2089.         Line 115809: [02:17] <dmh> hnng
  2090.         Line 115817: [02:17] <dmh> thats the building one
  2091.         Line 115819: [02:17] <dmh> i saw taht
  2092.         Line 115821: [02:17] <dmh> not working tho
  2093.         Line 115825: [02:17] <dmh> ok
  2094.         Line 115829: [02:18] <dmh> i dont know shit about DC
  2095.         Line 115861: [02:19] <dmh> mwally, how about rate center
  2096.         Line 115863: [02:19] <dmh> nm
  2097.         Line 115873: [02:20] <dmh> ya its WSHNGTNZN1
  2098.         Line 115877: [02:20] <dmh> whoa
  2099.         Line 115879: [02:20] <dmh> whoaaaa
  2100.         Line 115885: [02:21] <asdgfsadg> uhoh, dmh is about to blow this up
  2101.         Line 115887: [02:21] <dmh> oh no nothing good
  2102.         Line 115893: [02:21] <dmh> Your account does not have access to the following groups:
  2103.         Line 115895: [02:21] <dmh> SPID: 6117
  2104.         Line 115897: [02:22] <dmh> maybe that why they moved it :(
  2105.         Line 115907: [02:22] <dmh> idk
  2106.         Line 115911: [02:22] <dmh> reality is I dont do shit for DC
  2107.         Line 115913: [02:22] <dmh> spid
  2108.         Line 115915: [02:22] <dmh> any east coast stuff
  2109.         Line 115921: [02:22] <dmh> yea, taht is very likely
  2110.         Line 115927: [02:22] <dmh> im going to roam around tomorrow
  2111.         Line 115929: [02:23] <dmh> and see if i see anyone with a shit eating grin
  2112.         Line 115933: [02:23] <dmh> hrm
  2113.         Line 115935: [02:23] <dmh> no
  2114.         Line 115937: [02:23] <dmh> cuz I cant pull CSRs on these numbers
  2115.         Line 115939: [02:23] <dmh> so they're not a direct level3 customer
  2116.         Line 115943: [02:23] <dmh> or do you mean through a diff reseller?
  2117.         Line 115945: [02:23] <dmh> thats entirelly possible
  2118.         Line 115951: [02:24] <sauceman> dmh, do you think you could get some more Level3 folk in on this?
  2119.         Line 115953: [02:24] <dmh> probably not
  2120.         Line 115955: [02:24] <dmh> if i go
  2121.         Line 115959: [02:24] <dmh> 'hey guyz i saw something weird on the internet'
  2122.         Line 115961: [02:24] <dmh> look
  2123.         Line 115963: [02:24] <dmh> i dont want to get your hopes up
  2124.         Line 115965: [02:25] <dmh> let me wait till tomorrow
  2125.         Line 115967: [02:25] <dmh> and reallly
  2126.         Line 115971: [02:25] <dmh> look at both of them
  2127.         Line 115973: [02:25] <dmh> and ruin someones fun potentially
  2128.         Line 115979: [02:25] <dmh> omg
  2129.         Line 115981: [02:25] <dmh> my phone just fucked up
  2130.         Line 115983: [02:26] <dmh> and said call from 2029993335
  2131.         Line 115985: [02:26] <dmh> for a second
  2132.         Line 115989: [02:26] <dmh> because it was showing what i had in dialer before
  2133.         Line 115993: [02:26] <dmh> it fucks up like that
  2134.         Line 115995: [02:26] <dmh> haha
  2135.         Line 116001: [02:26] <dmh> made me double take
  2136.         Line 116005: [02:26] <dmh> android
  2137.         Line 116009: [02:26] <dmh> ftl
  2138.         Line 116011: [02:26] <dmh> its probably my boss
  2139.         Line 116015: [02:26] <dmh> its mwally
  2140.         Line 116021: [02:27] <dmh> jokes
  2141.         Line 116029: [02:28] <dmh> hehe
  2142.         Line 116031: [02:28] <dmh> 2029993336 only rings once for me
  2143.         Line 116033: [02:28] <dmh> educational typo
  2144.         Line 116035: [02:28] <dmh> brb
  2145.         Line 116215: [02:44] <Braco> dmh: you there?
  2146.         Line 116219: [02:44] <dmh> yes
  2147.         Line 116225: [02:45] <dmh> did you need somethin
  2148.         Line 116227: [02:45] <dmh> i gotta shit
  2149.         Line 116359: [02:54] <asdgfsadg> so dmh was investigating
  2150.         Line 116417: [02:57] <dmh> ok back, those habanero slim jims are bad news
  2151.         Line 116439: [02:58] <dmh> did i miss anything on the new number
  2152.         Line 116447: [02:59] <dmh> kk
  2153.         Line 116453: [02:59] <dmh> they're good :(
  2154.         Line 116465: [03:00] <asdgfsadg> randomguy, because dmh was about to find out who it was and the guy running it noticed and changed it up a bit
  2155.         Line 116477: [03:00] <dmh> first thing im going to check is if this new number is actually w/ level3
  2156.         Line 116479: [03:00] <dmh> make sure its not ported
  2157.         Line 116489: [03:01] <asdgfsadg> dmh, it is with level3
  2158.         Line 116495: [03:01] <dmh> asdfqwerty, thats what the block shows up as
  2159.         Line 116497: [03:01] <dmh> yes, its a l3 native block
  2160.         Line 116501: [03:01] <dmh> however that doesnt mean any single number hasnt ported out of l3 :p
  2161.         Line 116507: [03:01] <dmh> but, given the other block was l3 too, i bet it is
  2162.         Line 116513: [03:02] <dmh> im going to feel like such an idiot if its some fuckhead i know
  2163.         Line 116521: [03:02] <asdgfsadg> dmh, d0x him. pitchforks and torches are ready
  2164.         Line 116523: [03:02] <dmh> haha
  2165.         Line 116525: [03:02] <dmh> trying to think of any crypto nerds
  2166.         Line 116531: [03:02] <dmh> no doubt
  2167.         Line 116541: [03:03] <dmh> yea, the sstv lookd like a blast
  2168.         Line 116545: [03:03] <dmh> i've never seen anything like this
  2169.         Line 116551: [03:03] <dmh> im only vaguely familiar with packet radio
  2170.         Line 116557: [03:03] <dmh> but ya this stuff is cool
  2171.         Line 116573: [03:04] <dmh> intellectual
  2172.         Line 116599: [03:05] <dmh> how are you all getting such clear recordings
  2173.         Line 116601: [03:05] <dmh> phone -> line in or some shit
  2174.         Line 116607: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, recording over my soundcard.
  2175.         Line 116609: [03:06] <dmh> well fuck
  2176.         Line 116613: [03:06] <dmh> im on windows atm
  2177.         Line 116615: [03:06] <dmh> cba
  2178.         Line 116617: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> Same here, dmh. Windows 7.
  2179.         Line 116621: [03:06] <dmh> record stereo mix or whatever?
  2180.         Line 116623: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, VAC.
  2181.         Line 116627: [03:06] <dmh> i have to admit im not familiar sorry
  2182.         Line 116631: [03:07] <dmh> oh
  2183.         Line 116637: [03:07] <dmh> badass
  2184.         Line 116641: [03:07] <dmh> i use a usb amp and havent found anythign that works with it
  2185.         Line 116645: [03:07] <dmh> i want to get into ham
  2186.         Line 116657: [03:08] <dmh> yea fun getting arrested
  2187.         Line 116683: [03:10] <dmh> noice
  2188.         Line 116699: [03:11] <dmh> poor guy, RIP
  2189.         Line 116715: [03:11] <dmh> oh ya
  2190.         Line 116719: [03:12] <dmh> so low power can go real far right
  2191.         Line 116721: [03:12] <OTP-Decoder> Yes, dmh.
  2192.         Line 116727: [03:12] <dmh> im pretty engrossedi n this shit
  2193.         Line 116731: [03:12] <dmh> numbers stations
  2194.         Line 116767: [03:13] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, you're worse  than mwally
  2195.         Line 116877: [03:19] <asdgfsadg> dmh for killing the number
  2196.         Line 116881: [03:19] <dmh> thats a bad thing imo
  2197.         Line 116887: [03:19] <dmh> all i did was query it in some basic shit and request a csr hahaha
  2198.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  2199.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  2200.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  2201.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  2202.         Line 116905: [03:20] <dmh> if you feel a need to put me down for doing literally nothin
  2203.         Line 116937: [03:21] <dmh> the IVR has like 10 voices
  2204.         Line 116987: [03:23] <dmh> the latin stuff?
  2205.         Line 116993: [03:23] <dmh> ah n1
  2206.         Line 117097: [03:32] <dmh> how do you know some shit sunk?
  2207.         Line 117101: [03:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we got two mig bogies as coordinate updates
  2208.         Line 117105: [03:32] <dmh> oh right
  2209.         Line 117115: [03:33] <dmh> this is making me wanna buy a SDR
  2210.         Line 117123: [03:36] <dmh> in regard to what
  2211.         Line 117135: [03:37] <dmh> oh thought maybe something specific
  2212.         Line 117153: [03:38] <dmh> rofl
  2213.         Line 117259: [03:47] <dmh> on that note
  2214.         Line 117263: [03:47] <dmh> im going to sleep, ill let you know what i find tomorrow
  2215.         Line 117267: [03:47] <WolfKit> odds of dmh getting v& when he goes to work tomorrow?
  2216.         Line 117269: [03:47] <Nosfer> What you find in your sleep dmh?
  2217.         Line 117271: [03:48] <dmh> lol
  2218.         Line 117275: [03:48] <dmh> i cancelled sending that email
  2219.         Line 117277: [03:48] <dmh> since the number changed
  2220.         Line 117285: [03:48] <dmh> ya i'll look into it
  2221.         Line 117291: [03:48] <dmh> ye
  2222.         Line 117295: [03:48] <dmh> both level3 ..
  2223.         Line 117301: [03:49] <dmh> scared of what
  2224.         Line 117311: [03:49] <dmh> my boss is a nerd
  2225.         Line 117313: [03:49] <dmh> he might get into it
  2226.         Line 117315: [03:49] <dmh> if he's not the one doing i
  2227.         Line 117317: [03:49] <dmh> y
  2228.         Line 117323: [03:49] <OTP-Decoder> Haha dmh's boss is behind the number
  2229.         Line 117325: [03:50] <dmh> nah i dont think he IRCs :d
  2230.         Line 117331: [03:50] <dmh> im currently distracted by listening to russian on some webSDR
  2231.         Line 117337: [03:51] <dmh> dont even have to buy a reciever to derp around!
  2232.         Line 117357: [03:52] <dmh> i have no idea waht im listening to
  2233.         Line 117361: [03:52] <dmh> but its amusing
  2234.         Line 117371: [03:52] <randomguy_> dmh
  2235.         Line 117373: [03:52] <dmh> randomguy_, wat
  2236.         Line 117377: [03:52] <dmh> no
  2237.         Line 117381: [03:52] <dmh> I'm new to all of this
  2238.         Line 117383: [03:52] <dmh> not crypto
  2239.         Line 117389: [03:52] <dmh> know the basics of crypto
  2240.         Line 117427: [03:54] <dmh> kill all noobs
  2241.         Line 118309: [06:04] <WolfKit> I wonder if dmh can fix it, lol
  2242.   C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\logo\dictotp22pastebin.txt (1 hits)
  2243.         Line 80: dmh
  2244.   C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\logo\ASDFGHirclogs11.txt (1021 hits)
  2245.         Line 113481: [00:27] * dmh (~dmh@unaffiliated/dmh) has joined #otp22
  2246.         Line 113481: [00:27] * dmh (~dmh@unaffiliated/dmh) has joined #otp22
  2247.         Line 113481: [00:27] * dmh (~dmh@unaffiliated/dmh) has joined #otp22
  2248.         Line 113489: [00:28] <dmh> hey
  2249.         Line 113495: [00:28] <dmh> that stupid picture on b caught my eye cuz i work for level3
  2250.         Line 113497: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you work for which L3?
  2251.         Line 113505: [00:29] <dmh> the level3?
  2252.         Line 113507: [00:29] <dmh> lol
  2253.         Line 113511: [00:29] <dmh> the CLEC
  2254.         Line 113521: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> DMH what kind of access do you have?
  2255.         Line 113535: [00:30] <dmh> i do LNP stuff, so only phone porting tools
  2256.         Line 113539: [00:30] <asdgfsadg> dmh, can you look up the info on this number for us?
  2257.         Line 113541: [00:30] <dmh> i can see if its in orderpath
  2258.         Line 113547: [00:30] <dmh> a lot of government type stuff comes up blank tho
  2259.         Line 113555: [00:31] <dmh> asdgfsadg, residental ports and some bigger businesses taht wanna move an entire pbx in one line cut
  2260.         Line 113557: [00:31] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nah this is more likely to be just OTP-decoder's home address than gov't stuff LOL
  2261.         Line 113561: [00:31] <dmh> hehe get trolled
  2262.         Line 113563: [00:31] <nowat> dmh just put in the number and tell us what you find
  2263.         Line 113565: [00:31] <dmh> sure
  2264.         Line 113585: [00:32] <dmh> i dont know the number
  2265.         Line 113589: [00:32] <dmh> uh its a 303? haha
  2266.         Line 113591: [00:32] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, 303 is Denver.
  2267.         Line 113595: [00:32] <dmh> I live in denver, so I'm well aware XD
  2268.         Line 113597: [00:32] <dmh> yea no shit eh
  2269.         Line 113599: [00:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we also suspect this to be a prank by a bunch of bored L3 guys too
  2270.         Line 113605: [00:32] <dmh> im instantly suspect
  2271.         Line 113609: [00:33] <asdgfsadg> dmh, everyone's a suspect
  2272.         Line 113629: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, if you dox this for us you will get madd internets from 100+ anons all signed by al gore
  2273.         Line 113635: [00:34] <dmh> hmm gay the LRN its on is owned by global crossing
  2274.         Line 113639: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, L3 bought global xing in 2010
  2275.         Line 113643: [00:35] <dmh> yea but the systems are still seperate
  2276.         Line 113653: [00:35] <dmh> im remotin' in to my desktop
  2277.         Line 113657: [00:35] <asdgfsadg> dmh, awesome!!!
  2278.         Line 113661: [00:35] <dmh> i dont have access toa nything too wizzbang tho
  2279.         Line 113673: [00:36] <Braco> who do you work for dmh?
  2280.         Line 113675: [00:36] <dmh> level3
  2281.         Line 113683: [00:36] <dmh> im not really 'engineer' level tho
  2282.         Line 113697: [00:37] <dmh> has it
  2283.         Line 113699: [00:37] <dmh> I just now saw it
  2284.         Line 113701: [00:37] <dmh> :(
  2285.         Line 113703: [00:38] <asdgfsadg> dmh, do you think you can talk to some people tomorrow and see if they can dox this? we mostly want to know just if it's a person, company, government, or Level3 prank
  2286.         Line 113705: [00:38] <dmh> its interesting
  2287.         Line 113709: [00:38] <maqr> dmh works at L3?
  2288.         Line 113719: [00:38] <dmh> asdgfsadg, maybe, but for what i do that would be extremely uncommon
  2289.         Line 113723: [00:38] <dmh> what i can try to do
  2290.         Line 113725: [00:38] <dmh> is try porting it and make it fuck up
  2291.         Line 113729: [00:38] <dmh> so then i can have an excuse to look into it
  2292.         Line 113735: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nice, but what if they ask why you tried porting it?
  2293.         Line 113737: [00:39] <dmh> if i put the number in our switches or somethin
  2294.         Line 113739: [00:39] <maqr> dmh: you could tell whoever you're trying to convince to call the number and type in some code, so they can see how ridiculous it is and also want to find an answer
  2295.         Line 113743: [00:39] <dmh> no i cant bullshit really
  2296.         Line 113745: [00:39] <dmh> i can say i typo'd another number since i do port a shitton of denver numbers
  2297.         Line 113753: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh do that
  2298.         Line 113759: [00:39] <dmh> dunno where that will get me tho
  2299.         Line 113763: [00:39] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, you should port it. Fuck it up, do what it takes.
  2300.         Line 113765: [00:39] <dmh> my boss is cool
  2301.         Line 113767: [00:39] <dmh> maybe
  2302.         Line 113769: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whatever info you can get is useful
  2303.         Line 113773: [00:39] <dmh> well i cant just port it outright
  2304.         Line 113783: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: when we had people call L3, they could see it on their screen but wouldn't tell us who owns it
  2305.         Line 113787: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: so i don't think it's going to be very hard to figure out if you work there
  2306.         Line 113789: [00:40] <sauceman> dmh, have you called it yet?
  2307.         Line 113793: [00:40] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  2308.         Line 113799: [00:40] <dmh> it comes up up with nothing useful in orderpath
  2309.         Line 113805: [00:41] <asdgfsadg> dmh, what DOES it come up with?
  2310.         Line 113811: [00:41] <dmh> need a way to see info on th e block from the native (global crossing) but they have a different system with different login still
  2311.         Line 113817: [00:41] <dmh> no orderpath just shows porting information
  2312.         Line 113819: [00:41] <dmh> like, active with SPID xyz, from SPID yzz on date x/y/z
  2313.         Line 113823: [00:41] <nowat> dmh can you quit your job tomorrow and apply at global crossing and then get the infos just to please the internet?
  2314.         Line 113827: [00:41] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, is there any way to obtain more information?
  2315.         Line 113831: [00:42] <dmh> hang tight guys
  2316.         Line 113843: [00:42] <dmh> maqr, really
  2317.         Line 113845: [00:42] <dmh> do you know what tehy did
  2318.         Line 113847: [00:42] <dmh> was it just customer service or what
  2319.         Line 113851: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: yes, at least 3 different engineers confirmed it
  2320.         Line 113855: [00:42] <dmh> ok
  2321.         Line 113857: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: OTP-Decoder called them
  2322.         Line 113859: [00:42] <dmh> i believe you
  2323.         Line 113863: [00:42] <dmh> im probabl just looking at the wrong stuff
  2324.         Line 113865: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: i heard a recording of one that pholiage- called, i think
  2325.         Line 113867: [00:42] <OTP-Decoder> maqr, dmh yes I called the,
  2326.         Line 113873: [00:43] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, did you call customer service or the porting department or?
  2327.         Line 113881: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: customer service, i think
  2328.         Line 113883: [00:43] <dmh> the whatever number
  2329.         Line 113889: [00:43] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I have no idea. I called the main department, hit 6 and then hit 3. I got transferred to 3 different engineers. Ed, and two others.
  2330.         Line 113891: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: they offered to redirect us to 'fraud and abuse' when we said the number was calling out (not true)
  2331.         Line 113895: [00:44] <dmh> i am not sure if their port-out or port in dept is public
  2332.         Line 113899: [00:44] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, ok
  2333.         Line 113901: [00:44] <dmh> there are just
  2334.         Line 113903: [00:44] <dmh> a lot of segements of several system
  2335.         Line 113905: [00:44] <dmh> each with their own logins
  2336.         Line 113907: [00:44] <dmh> and a few expire monthly
  2337.         Line 113909: [00:44] <dmh> so its hard to borrow em
  2338.         Line 113917: [00:45] <dmh> guys just request a CSR on it ;)
  2339.         Line 113921: [00:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you're awesome
  2340.         Line 113927: [00:45] <dmh> no
  2341.         Line 113937: [00:45] <dmh> actually
  2342.         Line 113939: [00:46] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whats in the CSR?
  2343.         Line 113941: [00:46] <dmh> if I gave the email to someone
  2344.         Line 113943: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: we could have OTP-Decoder call your extension
  2345.         Line 113947: [00:46] <dmh> they could make a request
  2346.         Line 113949: [00:46] <dmh> but if you bomb it it will not get done
  2347.         Line 113953: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: if we could get the request to you, say we found your business card somewhere or something
  2348.         Line 113955: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: then would you have a 'reason' to look it up?
  2349.         Line 113959: [00:46] <dmh> maqr, I only deal with big business accts really
  2350.         Line 113963: [00:46] <dmh> asdgfsadg, i meant a CSR for the number
  2351.         Line 113967: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: i think this is a hardware mitel pbx connected to a TWC trunk
  2352.         Line 113969: [00:46] <dmh> but hang tight
  2353.         Line 113975: [00:46] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I'm not sure what that means, but I'll certainly do anything you want me to do.
  2354.         Line 113977: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: it's probably a 'big business'
  2355.         Line 113979: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, time warner?
  2356.         Line 113985: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: so says their transfer message, yeah
  2357.         Line 113987: [00:47] <dmh> Braco, I'm talking customer service record or such
  2358.         Line 113989: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  2359.         Line 113991: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: and also just the volume of calls we've put on this thing is huge, and we've never hit a busy
  2360.         Line 114001: [00:47] <dmh> scratch the CSR idea
  2361.         Line 114007: [00:47] <dmh> its all moved over to our lame porting 'portal' which requires login
  2362.         Line 114009: [00:48] <dmh> i have a friend at comcast
  2363.         Line 114011: [00:48] <dmh> im going to have him try just doign the usual pre-port shit
  2364.         Line 114013: [00:48] <dmh> outsourcing 0wns faggots
  2365.         Line 114045: [00:49] <dmh> fuck
  2366.         Line 114047: [00:49] <dmh> no CSR for TN
  2367.         Line 114059: [00:50] <maqr> mwally: dmh works at L3 and does number ports
  2368.         Line 114073: [00:50] <nowat> dmh: wat do you mean no csr for tn?
  2369.         Line 114075: [00:50] <dmh> i tried to pull a CSR in our automated thing
  2370.         Line 114077: [00:50] <dmh> it came back w/ no CSR
  2371.         Line 114079: [00:51] <dmh> this means 1 of 2 thing
  2372.         Line 114081: [00:51] <dmh> s
  2373.         Line 114085: [00:51] <dmh> its not active, which is obviously not true
  2374.         Line 114087: [00:51] <dmh> telephone number
  2375.         Line 114091: [00:51] <maqr> dmh: can you query ANI for it?
  2376.         Line 114095: [00:52] <dmh> the ANI is the same
  2377.         Line 114103: [00:52] <anonen> dmh what the 2nd thing it can mean
  2378.         Line 114111: [00:52] <dmh> ive seen CSRs fail on new blocks of native tn pools
  2379.         Line 114113: [00:52] <dmh> anyone know how old the number is, or when someone stumpled apon it?
  2380.         Line 114117: [00:53] <asdgfsadg> dmh, earliest record is 2011
  2381.         Line 114125: [00:53] <dmh> kk thats weird
  2382.         Line 114151: [00:54] <anonen> dmh are you saying it can only be government?
  2383.         Line 114167: [00:54] <maqr> mwally: dmh
  2384.         Line 114177: [00:55] <dmh> its not coming up in my shit
  2385.         Line 114181: [00:55] <dmh> looks kinda like state bldg block
  2386.         Line 114217: [00:56] <mwally> How much do we trush dmh?
  2387.         Line 114219: [00:56] <dmh> wtf
  2388.         Line 114221: [00:56] <asdgfsadg> nowat, dmh works at the correct Level 3
  2389.         Line 114227: [00:56] <nowat> maybe dmh can get that one
  2390.         Line 114231: [00:56] <maqr> dmh: they're a little twitchy, don't feel insulted
  2391.         Line 114233: [00:56] <dmh> its fine i understand
  2392.         Line 114235: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: this is has been a weird journey
  2393.         Line 114237: [00:57] <dmh> im perplexed
  2394.         Line 114243: [00:57] <dmh> thats why im here
  2395.         Line 114245: [00:57] <anonen> dmh no offense but you a new, you are saying this line is rented by a gov bldg?
  2396.         Line 114251: [00:57] <nowat> so did the 303 go 404 a minutes after dmh started poking at it?
  2397.         Line 114255: [00:57] <dmh> anonen, no, its not showing up
  2398.         Line 114259: [00:57] <dmh> basically
  2399.         Line 114263: [00:57] <dmh> i cant see
  2400.         Line 114265: [00:57] <dmh> anythign for it
  2401.         Line 114267: [00:57] <dmh> in my usual systems
  2402.         Line 114277: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: level 3 people definitely told us they could see who owned it... they could have been lying, but it doesn't seem likely
  2403.         Line 114279: [00:57] <dmh> which I havent seen ever before, except with gov shit
  2404.         Line 114283: [00:57] <dmh> maqr, no no, I believe them
  2405.         Line 114287: [00:58] <dmh> i just wonder where they are looking at the number itself
  2406.         Line 114289: [00:58] <dmh> hang tight ^^
  2407.         Line 114291: [00:58] <dmh> i gotta vpn
  2408.         Line 114293: [00:58] <mwally> dmh, can you confirm you work for Level 3 Communications?
  2409.         Line 114295: [00:58] <dmh> i guess
  2410.         Line 114299: [00:58] <dmh> but im not going to scan my badge for a buncha anons
  2411.         Line 114303: [00:58] <dmh> level3
  2412.         Line 114307: [00:58] <dmh> in downtown denver
  2413.         Line 114311: [00:58] <anonen> dmh i respect that, we just need to know this is legit
  2414.         Line 114317: [00:59] <dmh> well i've got nowhere
  2415.         Line 114321: [00:59] <dmh> i dont want you reading between the lines
  2416.         Line 114325: [00:59] <maqr> dmh: don't you have any coworkers you could call up and be like "hey, this is weird, you got any ideas?"
  2417.         Line 114327: [00:59] <dmh> maqr, not at this hour
  2418.         Line 114329: [00:59] <dmh> tomorrow tho
  2419.         Line 114331: [00:59] <dmh> i can email a guy
  2420.         Line 114335: [00:59] <dmh> did it just now die?
  2421.         Line 114341: [00:59] <dmh> interesting
  2422.         Line 114343: [01:00] <anonen> dmh we are pretty sure this is an ARG, which means non gov, could a college be renting the line?
  2423.         Line 114345: [01:00] <mwally> dmh, OK, well, at the risk of blowing a good lead, I have reason to believe that the number in question is operated by a reseller known to your system as "Sybase365" -- Their CIC code is 102680 -- does this help any?
  2424.         Line 114347: [01:00] <WolfKit> in the last few minutes yes dmh
  2425.         Line 114351: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, hmm a little
  2426.         Line 114359: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, that would explain the CSR situation - when a line is resold no CSR is returned
  2427.         Line 114391: [01:01] <dmh> wtf
  2428.         Line 114393: [01:01] <dmh> those random noises
  2429.         Line 114395: [01:01] <dmh> someone has got to be fucking with us
  2430.         Line 114405: [01:01] <dmh> what would be that low?
  2431.         Line 114419: [01:02] <anonen> dmh please check the info from mwally please, we need this solved asap
  2432.         Line 114425: [01:02] <asdgfsadg> DMH YOU BROKE IT!
  2433.         Line 114445: [01:03] <dmh> i cant send request to Sybase365 without a LOA from the owner
  2434.         Line 114453: [01:03] <dmh> so hrm
  2435.         Line 114455: [01:03] <dmh> maybe
  2436.         Line 114457: [01:03] <dmh> its his line
  2437.         Line 114461: [01:03] <dmh> and hes like oh shit
  2438.         Line 114463: [01:03] <dmh> lol
  2439.         Line 114473: [01:03] <dmh> well
  2440.         Line 114479: [01:04] <dmh> i cant vpn into th system i need atm
  2441.         Line 114481: [01:04] <dmh> so i can bust decoder tomorrow
  2442.         Line 114491: [01:04] <asdgfsadg> lol dmh we will be waiting with pitchforks and torches ready
  2443.         Line 114503: [01:05] <dmh> maybe
  2444.         Line 114505: [01:05] <dmh> someone here
  2445.         Line 114507: [01:05] <dmh> works for level3
  2446.         Line 114513: [01:05] <dmh> and killed it
  2447.         Line 114515: [01:05] <dmh> when i queried
  2448.         Line 114521: [01:05] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we are almost 100% sure the people running it are watching
  2449.         Line 114527: [01:06] <Braco> can you place a CSR request now dmh? with the # being down?
  2450.         Line 114533: [01:06] <dmh> Braco, I did and it came back no CSR
  2451.         Line 114541: [01:06] <dmh> so if it is indeed a resold line - that would be right
  2452.         Line 114545: [01:06] <marcusw> dmh: you done broke our arg, you crazy awesome bastard XD
  2453.         Line 114547: [01:06] <dmh> CSRs always go through reseller
  2454.         Line 114625: [01:10] <dmh> ok guys
  2455.         Line 114629: [01:10] <dmh> i sent an email to my sup
  2456.         Line 114631: [01:10] <dmh> saying i cant get a port to go through on this number
  2457.         Line 114633: [01:10] <dmh> huehuehue
  2458.         Line 114635: [01:10] <maqr> dmh: now you can safely say that calling it indicates something is wrong, you get a crazy humming
  2459.         Line 114637: [01:10] <asdgfsadg> dmh, prob a bad idea when you're not at work, eh?
  2460.         Line 114647: [01:11] <dmh> asdgfsadg, set for tomorrow morning
  2461.         Line 114655: [01:11] <dmh> im afriad this number is beyond my reach
  2462.         Line 114659: [01:11] <maqr> dmh: you're our only hope :P
  2463.         Line 114663: [01:11] <dmh> unless i stick it in the switch or something and make it become my reach
  2464.         Line 114671: [01:11] <anonen> dmh do whatever you can
  2465.         Line 114681: [01:12] <dmh> wonder wtf happened to it
  2466.         Line 114683: [01:12] <dmh> maybe someone else slammed it
  2467.         Line 114697: [01:12] <anonen> dmh who could slam it/
  2468.         Line 114703: [01:13] <dmh> well
  2469.         Line 114707: [01:13] <dmh> anonen, would take 24hr
  2470.         Line 114711: [01:13] <dmh> now that i think about it
  2471.         Line 114847: [01:21] <dmh> this has to be an inside job by someone who first mentioned this number
  2472.         Line 114853: [01:21] <anonen> totally dmh
  2473.         Line 114857: [01:21] <dmh> i bet decoder is one of my coworkers
  2474.         Line 114865: [01:21] <dmh> ah ok no way then
  2475.         Line 114877: [01:22] <dmh> if true that would be game over
  2476.         Line 114881: [01:23] <dmh> its probably a voip number someone who is bored setup numbers on
  2477.         Line 114885: [01:23] <maqr> dmh: they did a very polished job then
  2478.         Line 114889: [01:23] <dmh> thats what gets me
  2479.         Line 114905: [01:24] <dmh> im curious about the timing of it just now going dead
  2480.         Line 114911: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> dmh, the people running it are def in here
  2481.         Line 114919: [01:24] <dmh> well tomorrow
  2482.         Line 114921: [01:24] <dmh> i'll look at it
  2483.         Line 114927: [01:24] <dmh> and facepalm
  2484.         Line 114929: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> thank you dmh
  2485.         Line 114931: [01:24] <dmh> when its some fucking
  2486.         Line 114933: [01:25] <dmh> asshat
  2487.         Line 114945: [01:25] <dmh> level3 sells some stuff directly
  2488.         Line 114949: [01:26] <dmh> SIPs for companies, ISDN PBXs and shit
  2489.         Line 114957: [01:26] <dmh> global crossing was bought by level3 as mentioned
  2490.         Line 114959: [01:26] <dmh> BUT
  2491.         Line 114961: [01:26] <dmh> the thing is
  2492.         Line 114965: [01:26] <dmh> they still run their porting shit
  2493.         Line 114967: [01:26] <dmh> on seperate systems etc
  2494.         Line 114971: [01:27] <dmh> agreedo
  2495.         Line 114981: [01:27] <dmh> shit
  2496.         Line 114983: [01:27] <dmh> actually
  2497.         Line 114987: [01:28] <dmh> im talking out of my butt
  2498.         Line 114989: [01:28] <dmh> much to my surprise global crossing spids are in ucommand
  2499.         Line 115029: [01:30] <dmh> mwally, so all we know at this point
  2500.         Line 115033: [01:30] <dmh> is its a legacy global crossing number being potentially resold through sybase365
  2501.         Line 115035: [01:30] <dmh> right
  2502.         Line 115037: [01:31] <dmh> and tonight just now it stopped doing shit
  2503.         Line 115043: [01:31] <dmh> when i say legacy, i mean before level3 bought global crossing
  2504.         Line 115053: [01:31] <marcusw> dmh: so what's our best bet for tracing it?
  2505.         Line 115057: [01:31] <dmh> ok
  2506.         Line 115059: [01:31] <dmh> mwally, I will look it up in NPAC tomorrow
  2507.         Line 115063: [01:32] <dmh> it is in there, I'll make a subscription and slam it on wednesday and see what happens
  2508.         Line 115067: [01:32] <dmh> they lose service basically
  2509.         Line 115079: [01:33] <dmh> heck, if we're lucky and its level3 native tn then i'll be able to get al ittle more info
  2510.         Line 115083: [01:33] <dmh> but i have to wait till tomorrow for that too
  2511.         Line 115111: [01:35] <dmh> wait
  2512.         Line 115113: [01:35] <dmh> someone found a CD in a book in oregon?
  2513.         Line 115119: [01:35] <abkus> dmh yes
  2514.         Line 115121: [01:35] <dmh> this is obviously bullshit
  2515.         Line 115125: [01:35] <dmh> haha
  2516.         Line 115127: [01:35] <dmh> what was on it
  2517.         Line 115129: [01:35] <marcusw> dmh: yeah, I know right?
  2518.         Line 115131: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: ya, that's why we want to know who's behind it and why
  2519.         Line 115133: [01:35] <dmh> its either erally good or really bad
  2520.         Line 115137: [01:35] <abkus> dmh http://imgur.com/a/4v1XX#0
  2521.         Line 115141: [01:35] <dmh> ah ok
  2522.         Line 115143: [01:35] <dmh> nice
  2523.         Line 115145: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: the call said to go to coordinates that matched a library, isbn, and pagenumber
  2524.         Line 115147: [01:36] <dmh> i wasnt paying too much attention to the b thread
  2525.         Line 115151: [01:36] <dmh> weird
  2526.         Line 115153: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: the file had 4 massive text files on it, which were used as a key-value lookup for NATO codes read on later calls
  2527.         Line 115155: [01:36] <abkus> dmh: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=36166  last two post here explain CD content
  2528.         Line 115157: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: they ended up translating to messages, but just more stuff about payloads and melters
  2529.         Line 115159: [01:36] <Braco> what do you mean by really good or really bad dmh
  2530.         Line 115161: [01:36] <dmh> idk
  2531.         Line 115163: [01:36] <dmh> spies
  2532.         Line 115175: [01:37] <dmh> if i was the guy going to the library i woulda been freaked
  2533.         Line 115181: [01:37] <dmh> taking pictures of random guys in there rofl
  2534.         Line 115183: [01:37] <maqr> dmh: there were two dudes, i'm sure they pooped a little on this one
  2535.         Line 115187: [01:38] <dmh> ya well done
  2536.         Line 115247: [01:41] <dmh> oh man
  2537.         Line 115251: [01:41] <dmh> I wanna get into packet radio
  2538.         Line 115271: [01:44] <dmh> you know
  2539.         Line 115275: [01:44] <dmh> the fact it goes back to 2011
  2540.         Line 115277: [01:44] <dmh> im pretty convinced its not one guy fuckin around
  2541.         Line 115285: [01:45] <Braco> longtroll dmh longtroll
  2542.         Line 115287: [01:45] <dmh> for sure
  2543.         Line 115289: [01:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that this didnt gain any popularity and it was a side project of someone's they left running.. then when they wanted to do something with it they dropped it on /b/
  2544.         Line 115293: [01:45] <dmh> mm yea true
  2545.         Line 115301: [01:46] <dmh> yea i hadnt yet called it before it went silent
  2546.         Line 115303: [01:46] <dmh> :(
  2547.         Line 115307: [01:46] <maqr> dmh: there's plenty of recordings
  2548.         Line 115309: [01:46] <dmh> yai was listening to them
  2549.         Line 115323: [01:47] <Braco> dmh would the guy running it incur a large phone bill after all these calls?
  2550.         Line 115325: [01:47] <dmh> prob not
  2551.         Line 115359: [01:48] <dmh> i called
  2552.         Line 115361: [01:48] <dmh> and google voice dropped me
  2553.         Line 115363: [01:49] <dmh> haha
  2554.         Line 115365: [01:49] <dmh> one sec
  2555.         Line 115417: [01:55] <dmh> hey
  2556.         Line 115423: [01:56] <dmh> i came across some shit in the archives saying the number died before too?
  2557.         Line 115425: [01:56] <dmh> on 9/10
  2558.         Line 115429: [01:56] <dmh> ok
  2559.         Line 115439: [01:56] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that was someone's phone not working correctly
  2560.         Line 115443: [01:56] <dmh> oh
  2561.         Line 115449: [01:57] <dmh> im just trying to catch up
  2562.         Line 115457: [01:57] <dmh> kk
  2563.         Line 115573: [02:05] <dmh> too good
  2564.         Line 115585: [02:06] <dmh> i thought PSK31 was much higher freq sounding
  2565.         Line 115589: [02:06] <dmh> oh wait
  2566.         Line 115591: [02:06] <dmh> im listening to old shit
  2567.         Line 115599: [02:07] <WolfKit> .. so tl;dr "ohfsck dmh is gonna find me, better switch to a non-Level 3 number"?
  2568.         Line 115601: [02:08] <dmh> yea interesting timing to go a week on the number , er well years prior
  2569.         Line 115623: [02:09] <dmh> i hope the url is an xhamster tranny vid
  2570.         Line 115629: [02:10] <dmh> err, its a number
  2571.         Line 115631: [02:10] <dmh> im dumb
  2572.         Line 115653: [02:10] <dmh> yea dont call that
  2573.         Line 115661: [02:11] <dmh> hehe
  2574.         Line 115663: [02:11] <dmh> ya
  2575.         Line 115667: [02:11] <dmh> verizon wireless block iirc
  2576.         Line 115693: [02:13] <dmh> well its obv not gubment
  2577.         Line 115697: [02:13] <dmh> .. right ..
  2578.         Line 115699: [02:13] <marcusw> dmh: is there anything special about 999?
  2579.         Line 115701: [02:13] <dmh> not that i know of
  2580.         Line 115707: [02:13] <dmh> the only 'special' stuff we do
  2581.         Line 115711: [02:13] <dmh> is taking beginning blocks of a pool for internal use
  2582.         Line 115717: [02:14] <dmh> like 0000-10000 like taht previous number
  2583.         Line 115729: [02:14] <dmh> nice blocks
  2584.         Line 115735: [02:14] <dmh> huehuehue level3
  2585.         Line 115737: [02:14] <dmh> this has got to be
  2586.         Line 115741: [02:15] <dmh> um
  2587.         Line 115757: [02:15] <dmh> so its bouncing around main level3 centers
  2588.         Line 115761: [02:15] <dmh> interesting
  2589.         Line 115793: [02:16] <dmh> let me see if i can pull anything on this number
  2590.         Line 115803: [02:17] <dmh> fuck
  2591.         Line 115805: [02:17] <dmh> i need the SLLI code
  2592.         Line 115807: [02:17] <dmh> i mean CLLI
  2593.         Line 115809: [02:17] <dmh> hnng
  2594.         Line 115817: [02:17] <dmh> thats the building one
  2595.         Line 115819: [02:17] <dmh> i saw taht
  2596.         Line 115821: [02:17] <dmh> not working tho
  2597.         Line 115825: [02:17] <dmh> ok
  2598.         Line 115829: [02:18] <dmh> i dont know shit about DC
  2599.         Line 115861: [02:19] <dmh> mwally, how about rate center
  2600.         Line 115863: [02:19] <dmh> nm
  2601.         Line 115873: [02:20] <dmh> ya its WSHNGTNZN1
  2602.         Line 115877: [02:20] <dmh> whoa
  2603.         Line 115879: [02:20] <dmh> whoaaaa
  2604.         Line 115885: [02:21] <asdgfsadg> uhoh, dmh is about to blow this up
  2605.         Line 115887: [02:21] <dmh> oh no nothing good
  2606.         Line 115893: [02:21] <dmh> Your account does not have access to the following groups:
  2607.         Line 115895: [02:21] <dmh> SPID: 6117
  2608.         Line 115897: [02:22] <dmh> maybe that why they moved it :(
  2609.         Line 115907: [02:22] <dmh> idk
  2610.         Line 115911: [02:22] <dmh> reality is I dont do shit for DC
  2611.         Line 115913: [02:22] <dmh> spid
  2612.         Line 115915: [02:22] <dmh> any east coast stuff
  2613.         Line 115921: [02:22] <dmh> yea, taht is very likely
  2614.         Line 115927: [02:22] <dmh> im going to roam around tomorrow
  2615.         Line 115929: [02:23] <dmh> and see if i see anyone with a shit eating grin
  2616.         Line 115933: [02:23] <dmh> hrm
  2617.         Line 115935: [02:23] <dmh> no
  2618.         Line 115937: [02:23] <dmh> cuz I cant pull CSRs on these numbers
  2619.         Line 115939: [02:23] <dmh> so they're not a direct level3 customer
  2620.         Line 115943: [02:23] <dmh> or do you mean through a diff reseller?
  2621.         Line 115945: [02:23] <dmh> thats entirelly possible
  2622.         Line 115951: [02:24] <sauceman> dmh, do you think you could get some more Level3 folk in on this?
  2623.         Line 115953: [02:24] <dmh> probably not
  2624.         Line 115955: [02:24] <dmh> if i go
  2625.         Line 115959: [02:24] <dmh> 'hey guyz i saw something weird on the internet'
  2626.         Line 115961: [02:24] <dmh> look
  2627.         Line 115963: [02:24] <dmh> i dont want to get your hopes up
  2628.         Line 115965: [02:25] <dmh> let me wait till tomorrow
  2629.         Line 115967: [02:25] <dmh> and reallly
  2630.         Line 115971: [02:25] <dmh> look at both of them
  2631.         Line 115973: [02:25] <dmh> and ruin someones fun potentially
  2632.         Line 115979: [02:25] <dmh> omg
  2633.         Line 115981: [02:25] <dmh> my phone just fucked up
  2634.         Line 115983: [02:26] <dmh> and said call from 2029993335
  2635.         Line 115985: [02:26] <dmh> for a second
  2636.         Line 115989: [02:26] <dmh> because it was showing what i had in dialer before
  2637.         Line 115993: [02:26] <dmh> it fucks up like that
  2638.         Line 115995: [02:26] <dmh> haha
  2639.         Line 116001: [02:26] <dmh> made me double take
  2640.         Line 116005: [02:26] <dmh> android
  2641.         Line 116009: [02:26] <dmh> ftl
  2642.         Line 116011: [02:26] <dmh> its probably my boss
  2643.         Line 116015: [02:26] <dmh> its mwally
  2644.         Line 116021: [02:27] <dmh> jokes
  2645.         Line 116029: [02:28] <dmh> hehe
  2646.         Line 116031: [02:28] <dmh> 2029993336 only rings once for me
  2647.         Line 116033: [02:28] <dmh> educational typo
  2648.         Line 116035: [02:28] <dmh> brb
  2649.         Line 116215: [02:44] <Braco> dmh: you there?
  2650.         Line 116219: [02:44] <dmh> yes
  2651.         Line 116225: [02:45] <dmh> did you need somethin
  2652.         Line 116227: [02:45] <dmh> i gotta shit
  2653.         Line 116359: [02:54] <asdgfsadg> so dmh was investigating
  2654.         Line 116417: [02:57] <dmh> ok back, those habanero slim jims are bad news
  2655.         Line 116439: [02:58] <dmh> did i miss anything on the new number
  2656.         Line 116447: [02:59] <dmh> kk
  2657.         Line 116453: [02:59] <dmh> they're good :(
  2658.         Line 116465: [03:00] <asdgfsadg> randomguy, because dmh was about to find out who it was and the guy running it noticed and changed it up a bit
  2659.         Line 116477: [03:00] <dmh> first thing im going to check is if this new number is actually w/ level3
  2660.         Line 116479: [03:00] <dmh> make sure its not ported
  2661.         Line 116489: [03:01] <asdgfsadg> dmh, it is with level3
  2662.         Line 116495: [03:01] <dmh> asdfqwerty, thats what the block shows up as
  2663.         Line 116497: [03:01] <dmh> yes, its a l3 native block
  2664.         Line 116501: [03:01] <dmh> however that doesnt mean any single number hasnt ported out of l3 :p
  2665.         Line 116507: [03:01] <dmh> but, given the other block was l3 too, i bet it is
  2666.         Line 116513: [03:02] <dmh> im going to feel like such an idiot if its some fuckhead i know
  2667.         Line 116521: [03:02] <asdgfsadg> dmh, d0x him. pitchforks and torches are ready
  2668.         Line 116523: [03:02] <dmh> haha
  2669.         Line 116525: [03:02] <dmh> trying to think of any crypto nerds
  2670.         Line 116531: [03:02] <dmh> no doubt
  2671.         Line 116541: [03:03] <dmh> yea, the sstv lookd like a blast
  2672.         Line 116545: [03:03] <dmh> i've never seen anything like this
  2673.         Line 116551: [03:03] <dmh> im only vaguely familiar with packet radio
  2674.         Line 116557: [03:03] <dmh> but ya this stuff is cool
  2675.         Line 116573: [03:04] <dmh> intellectual
  2676.         Line 116599: [03:05] <dmh> how are you all getting such clear recordings
  2677.         Line 116601: [03:05] <dmh> phone -> line in or some shit
  2678.         Line 116607: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, recording over my soundcard.
  2679.         Line 116609: [03:06] <dmh> well fuck
  2680.         Line 116613: [03:06] <dmh> im on windows atm
  2681.         Line 116615: [03:06] <dmh> cba
  2682.         Line 116617: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> Same here, dmh. Windows 7.
  2683.         Line 116621: [03:06] <dmh> record stereo mix or whatever?
  2684.         Line 116623: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, VAC.
  2685.         Line 116627: [03:06] <dmh> i have to admit im not familiar sorry
  2686.         Line 116631: [03:07] <dmh> oh
  2687.         Line 116637: [03:07] <dmh> badass
  2688.         Line 116641: [03:07] <dmh> i use a usb amp and havent found anythign that works with it
  2689.         Line 116645: [03:07] <dmh> i want to get into ham
  2690.         Line 116657: [03:08] <dmh> yea fun getting arrested
  2691.         Line 116683: [03:10] <dmh> noice
  2692.         Line 116699: [03:11] <dmh> poor guy, RIP
  2693.         Line 116715: [03:11] <dmh> oh ya
  2694.         Line 116719: [03:12] <dmh> so low power can go real far right
  2695.         Line 116721: [03:12] <OTP-Decoder> Yes, dmh.
  2696.         Line 116727: [03:12] <dmh> im pretty engrossedi n this shit
  2697.         Line 116731: [03:12] <dmh> numbers stations
  2698.         Line 116767: [03:13] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, you're worse  than mwally
  2699.         Line 116877: [03:19] <asdgfsadg> dmh for killing the number
  2700.         Line 116881: [03:19] <dmh> thats a bad thing imo
  2701.         Line 116887: [03:19] <dmh> all i did was query it in some basic shit and request a csr hahaha
  2702.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  2703.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  2704.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  2705.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  2706.         Line 116905: [03:20] <dmh> if you feel a need to put me down for doing literally nothin
  2707.         Line 116937: [03:21] <dmh> the IVR has like 10 voices
  2708.         Line 116987: [03:23] <dmh> the latin stuff?
  2709.         Line 116993: [03:23] <dmh> ah n1
  2710.         Line 117097: [03:32] <dmh> how do you know some shit sunk?
  2711.         Line 117101: [03:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we got two mig bogies as coordinate updates
  2712.         Line 117105: [03:32] <dmh> oh right
  2713.         Line 117115: [03:33] <dmh> this is making me wanna buy a SDR
  2714.         Line 117123: [03:36] <dmh> in regard to what
  2715.         Line 117135: [03:37] <dmh> oh thought maybe something specific
  2716.         Line 117153: [03:38] <dmh> rofl
  2717.         Line 117259: [03:47] <dmh> on that note
  2718.         Line 117263: [03:47] <dmh> im going to sleep, ill let you know what i find tomorrow
  2719.         Line 117267: [03:47] <WolfKit> odds of dmh getting v& when he goes to work tomorrow?
  2720.         Line 117269: [03:47] <Nosfer> What you find in your sleep dmh?
  2721.         Line 117271: [03:48] <dmh> lol
  2722.         Line 117275: [03:48] <dmh> i cancelled sending that email
  2723.         Line 117277: [03:48] <dmh> since the number changed
  2724.         Line 117285: [03:48] <dmh> ya i'll look into it
  2725.         Line 117291: [03:48] <dmh> ye
  2726.         Line 117295: [03:48] <dmh> both level3 ..
  2727.         Line 117301: [03:49] <dmh> scared of what
  2728.         Line 117311: [03:49] <dmh> my boss is a nerd
  2729.         Line 117313: [03:49] <dmh> he might get into it
  2730.         Line 117315: [03:49] <dmh> if he's not the one doing i
  2731.         Line 117317: [03:49] <dmh> y
  2732.         Line 117323: [03:49] <OTP-Decoder> Haha dmh's boss is behind the number
  2733.         Line 117325: [03:50] <dmh> nah i dont think he IRCs :d
  2734.         Line 117331: [03:50] <dmh> im currently distracted by listening to russian on some webSDR
  2735.         Line 117337: [03:51] <dmh> dont even have to buy a reciever to derp around!
  2736.         Line 117357: [03:52] <dmh> i have no idea waht im listening to
  2737.         Line 117361: [03:52] <dmh> but its amusing
  2738.         Line 117371: [03:52] <randomguy_> dmh
  2739.         Line 117373: [03:52] <dmh> randomguy_, wat
  2740.         Line 117377: [03:52] <dmh> no
  2741.         Line 117381: [03:52] <dmh> I'm new to all of this
  2742.         Line 117383: [03:52] <dmh> not crypto
  2743.         Line 117389: [03:52] <dmh> know the basics of crypto
  2744.         Line 117427: [03:54] <dmh> kill all noobs
  2745.         Line 118309: [06:04] <WolfKit> I wonder if dmh can fix it, lol
  2746.         Line 120437: [12:39] <OTP-Decoder> dmh screwed with the old number and it moved over to the new one.
  2747.         Line 120443: [12:40] <Selecao> dmh?
  2748.         Line 120545: [12:54] <abkus> <@OTP-Decoder> Holy mother of God. <@asdgfsadg> so dmh was investigating <@asdgfsadg> our guy from Level3 <@asdgfsadg> and all of a sudden the number starts doing that
  2749.         Line 120567: [12:59] <OTP-Decoder> dmh probably screwed up the old number so bad they had to revert to a backup type system which would be the 202 number.
  2750.         Line 122595: [17:59] * dmh_ (~dmh@v-72-5-102-165.unman-vds.internap-denver.nfoservers.com) has joined #otp22
  2751.         Line 122595: [17:59] * dmh_ (~dmh@v-72-5-102-165.unman-vds.internap-denver.nfoservers.com) has joined #otp22
  2752.         Line 122597: [18:00] <dmh_> hey guys
  2753.         Line 122599: [18:00] <dmh_> anyone still alive
  2754.         Line 122603: [18:01] <abkus> dmh_ second number changed
  2755.         Line 122605: [18:01] <dmh_> i kno
  2756.         Line 122607: [18:01] <dmh_> wait
  2757.         Line 122613: [18:01] <dmh_> what
  2758.         Line 122615: [18:01] <dmh_> so third?
  2759.         Line 122617: [18:01] <dmh_> i wanted to clarify what decoder was saying in that log on the wiki
  2760.         Line 122619: [18:01] <dmh_> i didnt touch first number
  2761.         Line 122621: [18:01] <dmh_> but i will bug him about it later or somethin
  2762.         Line 122625: [18:01] <dmh_> i will look in a bit
  2763.         Line 122627: [18:01] <abkus> dmh_: what is this http://70.90.239.101/2012-09-17%2018-00%20UTC%20-%20202-999-3335%20-%2099665.wav
  2764.         Line 122629: [18:01] <dmh_> fuck
  2765.         Line 122633: [18:02] <dmh_> abkus: can you pm it to 'dmh' so i can check when i get home
  2766.         Line 122633: [18:02] <dmh_> abkus: can you pm it to 'dmh' so i can check when i get home
  2767.         Line 122641: [18:03] <dmh_> ok thx
  2768.         Line 122643: [18:03] <dmh_> i'll be back in like two hours
  2769.         Line 122649: [18:03] <dmh_> third number in pks again?
  2770.         Line 122655: [18:04] <dmh_> i mean psk :d ok
  2771.         Line 122657: [18:04] <dmh_> gotta go
  2772.         Line 122659: [18:04] * dmh_ has quit IRC (Client Quit)
  2773.         Line 123013: [19:07] <anonen> did dmh come up with anything on who owns the number?
  2774.         Line 123137: [19:26] <dmh> hey im back
  2775.         Line 123139: [19:26] <dmh> changed a third time?
  2776.         Line 123141: [19:26] <dmh> second rather
  2777.         Line 123159: [19:28] <dmh> white pages just shows native owner of the entier block
  2778.         Line 123161: [19:28] <dmh> however
  2779.         Line 123163: [19:28] <dmh> i checked both numbers today
  2780.         Line 123165: [19:28] <dmh> im now 100% sure they are both with level3
  2781.         Line 123167: [19:28] <dmh> not that is breaking news or anything :p
  2782.         Line 123171: [19:28] <maqr> dmh: oh yeah, hey, how's it going today?
  2783.         Line 123173: [19:28] <dmh> fine
  2784.         Line 123175: [19:29] <maqr> dmh: i don't mean about your general well being, i mean for the phone number :P
  2785.         Line 123179: [19:29] <dmh> ya
  2786.         Line 123181: [19:29] <dmh> i checked both of them to see if they've been ported from native blocks
  2787.         Line 123183: [19:29] <dmh> but they havent
  2788.         Line 123185: [19:29] <dmh> doesnt fix reseller questions though
  2789.         Line 123187: [19:29] <dmh> I tried to pull a CSR in the correct system, but needed a billing zip code
  2790.         Line 123193: [19:30] <dmh> and thats not exactly legal to pull a CSR without authorization
  2791.         Line 123199: [19:30] <dmh> I tried a few random DC ones
  2792.         Line 123201: [19:30] <dmh> but its pointless
  2793.         Line 123203: [19:30] <dmh> to guess
  2794.         Line 123205: [19:30] <dmh> it locks you out after 3 or 4
  2795.         Line 123209: [19:30] <Cariyla> Selecao: Guess what, dmh is.
  2796.         Line 123215: [19:30] <dmh> Braco, nah its outta our reach
  2797.         Line 123217: [19:30] <dmh> i also want to clarify
  2798.         Line 123219: [19:31] <dmh> i didn't do anything to the TN yesterday
  2799.         Line 123221: [19:31] <dmh> if decoder was saying such
  2800.         Line 123223: [19:31] <dmh> i just queried in some search thing
  2801.         Line 123231: [19:31] <dmh> so,  that makes me suspect of IRC :P
  2802.         Line 123233: [19:31] <dmh> given the timing, or just a coincidence
  2803.         Line 123237: [19:31] <randomguy_> dmh I believe you
  2804.         Line 123239: [19:31] <dmh> however
  2805.         Line 123243: [19:31] <dmh> here is what i can confirm
  2806.         Line 123245: [19:31] <dmh> both are native tns with level3. the end :(
  2807.         Line 123247: [19:31] <dmh> in our switches, never ported etc
  2808.         Line 123251: [19:32] <dmh> so, not being able to pull a CSR without billing zip code is a big cockblock
  2809.         Line 123257: [19:32] <dmh> we bought them a few years ago
  2810.         Line 123261: [19:32] <dmh> i double checked to see if it was still in their old systems, like i was saying last night
  2811.         Line 123265: [19:32] <dmh> it wasnt in there, tis been migrated over
  2812.         Line 123267: [19:33] <dmh> i think it ALL has now, so i was wrong
  2813.         Line 123271: [19:33] <dmh> no
  2814.         Line 123275: [19:33] <dmh> yes
  2815.         Line 123283: [19:33] <dmh> i tried like 10 across 3 logins
  2816.         Line 123285: [19:33] <dmh> im under the impression there isnt many more
  2817.         Line 123289: [19:34] <dmh> billing address is probably completely different, giving its pointing us around
  2818.         Line 123291: [19:34] <dmh> oh wow, just looked, there are quite a few
  2819.         Line 123293: [19:34] <dmh> but still
  2820.         Line 123299: [19:34] <dmh> i could get fired for even trying that :p
  2821.         Line 123301: [19:34] <dmh> no not since last night
  2822.         Line 123317: [19:35] <dmh> ya im not going to push it, probably just some crypto nerd
  2823.         Line 123319: [19:35] <dmh> you cant say its not well done
  2824.         Line 123325: [19:35] <dmh> ok whatever nerd
  2825.         Line 123341: [19:35] <dmh> hrm
  2826.         Line 123345: [19:35] <dmh> so 3 numbers now huh
  2827.         Line 123359: [19:36] <dmh> that doesnt sound like a level3 msg
  2828.         Line 123373: [19:36] <dmh> well i'll just say i've never heard it haha
  2829.         Line 123379: [19:36] <dmh> guys we shitted up someones numbers station
  2830.         Line 123385: [19:37] <dmh> prev was 3335
  2831.         Line 123389: [19:37] <dmh> i've only seen 0001 - 0005 used on LRNs to be honest :o
  2832.         Line 123391: [19:37] <dmh> or businesses
  2833.         Line 123393: [19:37] <dmh> who bought a whole block or whatever
  2834.         Line 123397: [19:37] <dmh> good god those tones right before the msg
  2835.         Line 123415: [19:38] <dmh> rwx_, thats psk3 of the other number or something
  2836.         Line 123435: [19:39] <sauceman> dmh: what about the tones?
  2837.         Line 123441: [19:40] <dmh> dont ask me
  2838.         Line 123445: [19:40] <dmh> im not a phone guy really
  2839.         Line 123447: [19:40] <dmh> all i do is port numbers and update switches
  2840.         Line 123449: [19:40] <dmh> really lightweight stuff
  2841.         Line 123455: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: surely there's one super nerdy guy in the office you could poke about it?
  2842.         Line 123461: [19:41] <dmh> not in my dept but if I can make an excuse to ask someone ni the metal
  2843.         Line 123463: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: if you had them dial the number with the tone that plays right away, they might be like "well that's weird" and look it up for you
  2844.         Line 123467: [19:41] <dmh> if im asking about some random resold line tho I could get a lot of shit
  2845.         Line 123469: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: i think as long as they don't have to enter an 'agent code', they'd be fine calling it
  2846.         Line 123471: [19:42] <dmh> the 3335 is in our switches
  2847.         Line 123475: [19:42] <dmh> or at least was this morning :p
  2848.         Line 123477: [19:42] <dmh> so i can come up with something
  2849.         Line 123487: [19:42] <Selecao> dmh, what are your office hours and time zone?
  2850.         Line 123491: [19:43] <dmh> here is my social security number
  2851.         Line 123609: [20:11] <dmh> rofl
  2852.         Line 123621: [20:13] <dmh> are you still typing on an android
  2853.         Line 123743: [20:24] <dmh> haha o man listening to some racist old fucks on a webSDR
  2854.         Line 123749: [20:26] <dmh> Employee Savings up to 51% on southern California's best family entertainment!
  2855.         Line 123753: [20:26] <Cariyla> Lol dmh
  2856.         Line 123791: [20:29] <dmh> ya setup
  2857.         Line 123805: [20:30] <dmh> welcome to 1999
  2858.         Line 123811: [20:30] <dmh> jk
  2859.         Line 123813: [20:30] <dmh> :d
  2860.         Line 123823: [20:32] <dmh> phone domain!
  2861.         Line 123825: [20:32] <dmh> haha
  2862.         Line 123881: [20:40] <dmh> why the fuck is VAC yelling at me
  2863.         Line 123887: [20:40] <dmh> is it saying throttle
  2864.         Line 123907: [20:42] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, no luck for me today
  2865.         Line 123909: [20:42] <dmh> was able to confirm both are indeed level3 numbers but tahts all
  2866.         Line 123913: [20:42] <OTP-Decoder> Why's that, dmh?
  2867.         Line 123917: [20:42] <dmh> need billing address to pull CSR
  2868.         Line 123943: [20:44] <dmh> nevermind, VAC is saying 'trial' over and over :d
  2869.         Line 123951: [20:44] <dmh> i think anyawy
  2870.         Line 123959: [20:44] <dmh> interesting
  2871.         Line 124347: [21:06] <dmh> omg
  2872.         Line 124351: [21:06] <dmh> ham radio is cool
  2873.         Line 124353: [21:07] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I. KNOW. RIGHT.
  2874.         Line 124359: [21:07] <dmh> i am watching a bpsk-31 convo
  2875.         Line 124361: [21:07] <dmh> blowing my mindzor
  2876.         Line 124363: [21:07] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, link to the webSDR your on?
  2877.         Line 124367: [21:07] <dmh> http://w4ax.com/
  2878.         Line 124369: [21:07] <dmh> naw tis just rambling
  2879.         Line 124373: [21:08] <dmh> 7034 kHz around there
  2880.         Line 124377: [21:08] <dmh> people talkin about being noobs @ computering
  2881.         Line 124379: [21:08] <dmh> its being interrupted by my VAC trial :D
  2882.         Line 124391: [21:10] <dmh> valve anti cheat
  2883.         Line 124409: [21:11] <dmh> Silverfish, virtual audio cable
  2884.         Line 124411: [21:11] <dmh> i am using it highly recommended by decoder :p
  2885.         Line 124413: [21:11] <dmh> pretty nifty
  2886.         Line 124415: [21:11] <dmh> not free tho
  2887.         Line 124419: [21:12] <dmh> the bpsk31 convo?
  2888.         Line 124423: [21:12] <dmh> no joke
  2889.         Line 124425: [21:12] <dmh> might have to try that out
  2890.         Line 124433: [21:13] <dmh> it was me
  2891.         Line 124443: [21:16] <dmh> fucking shitty hexchat fucked up
  2892.         Line 124445: [21:16] <dmh> brb
  2893.         Line 124447: [21:16] * dmh has quit IRC (Quit: dmh)
  2894.         Line 124447: [21:16] * dmh has quit IRC (Quit: dmh)
  2895.         Line 124449: [21:16] <Silverfish> fucking shitty dmh using hexchat
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  2899.         Line 124487: [21:22] <dmh> agree.
  2900.         Line 124489: [21:22] <dmh> g
  2901.         Line 124563: [21:32] <dmh> man i cant figure out the SSTV
  2902.         Line 124565: [21:33] <dmh> damnit
  2903.         Line 124569: [21:33] <dmh> just some random sstv
  2904.         Line 124571: [21:33] <maqr> dmh: you ahve sstv that you need decoded?
  2905.         Line 124577: [21:33] <dmh> maqr: trying to figure out how to do it
  2906.         Line 124581: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: it's pretty easy with VAC and RX-SSTV on windows
  2907.         Line 124583: [21:34] <dmh> thats exactly what i have got cooking atm
  2908.         Line 124585: [21:34] <dmh> i have 3kHz going into it
  2909.         Line 124587: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1
  2910.         Line 124591: [21:34] <dmh> but havent figured out which setting is correct mode in rx-sstv
  2911.         Line 124593: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: then you play with vlc or media player or whatever, and start rx-sstv
  2912.         Line 124595: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: previous transmissions were AVT 90
  2913.         Line 124599: [21:34] <dmh> oh ok that makes it much easier
  2914.         Line 124601: [21:35] <dmh> it will stream to vlc realtime so i can just flip through the modes?
  2915.         Line 124605: [21:35] <maqr> dmh: yeah, more or less
  2916.         Line 124607: [21:35] <dmh> does USB or LSB matter
  2917.         Line 124611: [21:35] <dmh> or just bandwidth covering the data
  2918.         Line 124613: [21:35] <maqr> dmh: what do you mean?
  2919.         Line 124617: [21:36] <dmh> hrm
  2920.         Line 124619: [21:36] <dmh> let me try that
  2921.         Line 124621: [21:36] <maqr> dmh: can you link me to the wav? i'll give it a go
  2922.         Line 124625: [21:36] <dmh> this isnt a wave im trying it on some live
  2923.         Line 124627: [21:36] <dmh> random shit
  2924.         Line 124631: [21:36] <maqr> dmh: well make a wav :P
  2925.         Line 124647: [21:37] <dmh> i guess it doesnt work with all cards
  2926.         Line 124669: [21:40] <dmh> wish you could specify audio device chrome uses
  2927.         Line 124849: [22:11] <dmh> damn people are fast at keying morse
  2928.         Line 124939: [23:05] <asdgfsadg> whats up with dmh?
  2929.         Line 124943: [23:05] <Silverfish> dmh has shitty
  2930.         Line 125003: [23:09] <dmh> my hands smell like meat
  2931.         Line 125121: [23:22] <dmh> im gay
  2932.         Line 125131: [23:23] <dmh> no need billing zip code
  2933.         Line 125133: [23:23] <dmh> also :illegal:
  2934.         Line 125137: [23:23] <dmh> that is the question
  2935.         Line 125139: [23:23] <dmh> haha
  2936.         Line 125143: [23:23] <dmh> cant pull CSR without it
  2937.         Line 125145: [23:23] <dmh> and illegal to request CSR without LOA
  2938.         Line 125147: [23:24] <dmh> you know, speakin by the books ..
  2939.         Line 125149: [23:24] <asdgfsadg> dmh oh yea, but not legally illegal.. just against company policy, right?
  2940.         Line 125151: [23:24] <dmh> no, absolutely federally illegal
  2941.         Line 125157: [23:25] <dmh> of course man
  2942.         Line 125161: [23:25] <dmh> asking for a customer service record without their authorization
  2943.         Line 125163: [23:26] <dmh> thats like saying its ok for me to get your home address without any consent
  2944.         Line 125167: [23:26] <dmh> ofc its illegal :p
  2945.         Line 125173: [23:26] <dmh> both the numbers are level3 numbers
  2946.         Line 125177: [23:27] <dmh> didnt know about third oen till i got home
  2947.         Line 125179: [23:27] <dmh> brb foodin
  2948.         Line 125185: [23:27] <randomguy_> dmh want corn dogs?
  2949.         Line 125199: [23:29] <dmh> ok someone kill you
  2950.         Line 125203: [23:29] <Silverfish> dmh, it's not illegal for me to find your home address without your consent
  2951.         Line 125205: [23:30] <dmh> sure
  2952.         Line 125261: [23:50] <dmh> fuck this ARG
  2953.         Line 125345: [00:00] <dmh> 10 get fucked
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  2955.         Line 125583: [00:27] <sauceman> dmh, is there any way you can check and see if the # went there without looking at CSRs?
  2956.         Line 125603: [00:29] <sauceman> where's dmh when you need him?
  2957.         Line 126523: [05:53] <asdgfsadg> dmh i think
  2958.         Line 127877: [10:32] <asdgfsadg> yeah, already saw it. i think i said that to dmh last night or something but i'm glad someone made a graphic of it
  2959.         Line 129325: [15:07] <abkus> http://www.sendspace.com/file/w0b361 <- latest irc logs   you can check his posts "dmh"
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  2963.         Line 130957: [20:23] <dmh> agreed
  2964.         Line 130961: [20:23] <dmh> i am now listening to psk31 convos
  2965.         Line 130963: [20:23] <dmh> and know wtf sstv is
  2966.         Line 130967: [20:23] <dmh> and im gay
  2967.         Line 132361: [23:44] <dmh> i just sharted omg
  2968.         Line 132923: [01:19] <asdgfsadg> it was dmh that was playing with it
  2969.         Line 132925: [01:20] <dmh> i didnt touch the number fyi
  2970.         Line 132927: [01:20] <dmh> just queried it
  2971.         Line 132931: [01:21] <dmh> no doubt there :(
  2972.         Line 132933: [01:21] <dmh> i ruined the ARG
  2973.         Line 132937: [01:21] <asdgfsadg> dmh, why? it's back. both numbers now
  2974.         Line 132941: [01:21] <maqr> dmh: any luck finding the true owner?
  2975.         Line 132945: [01:21] <dmh> only kidding
  2976.         Line 132947: [01:21] <dmh> maqr, no need billing zip code
  2977.         Line 132951: [01:21] <maqr> dmh: surely someone can look it up for you?
  2978.         Line 132955: [01:21] <dmh> no ..
  2979.         Line 132957: [01:22] <dmh> 3 per login
  2980.         Line 132959: [01:22] <dmh> i tried 10
  2981.         Line 132963: [01:22] <dmh> exhausting all but my actaul login i needed for wrok
  2982.         Line 132965: [01:22] <maqr> dmh: if they were willing to give us the name if we could guess it... find the name and we'll find the billing zip?
  2983.         Line 132969: [01:22] <dmh> the name is on the CSR
  2984.         Line 132971: [01:22] <dmh> ..
  2985.         Line 132973: [01:22] <dmh> :(
  2986.         Line 132977: [01:23] <asdgfsadg> dmh, try 00000 for "this is on the government's tab, there ain't no billing zip code"
  2987.         Line 132981: [01:23] <dmh> or maybe
  2988.         Line 132983: [01:24] <dmh> whatever
  2989.         Line 132985: [01:24] <dmh> like a name would help anything
  2990.         Line 132987: [01:24] <dmh> knowing the PMs name would just add to it!@
  2991.         Line 133005: [01:32] <dmh> :ARG:
  2992.         Line 133033: [01:34] <dmh> CUZ tats soo amazing to say
  2993.         Line 133129: [01:45] <dmh> yo anyone wanna cyber
  2994.         Line 133131: [01:45] <dmh> dis shit is done
  2995.         Line 133219: [01:57] <dmh> death to all in colorado
  2996.         Line 133239: [01:59] <dmh> yo distortednet want a shell or are you poo poo
  2997.         Line 133253: [02:01] <dmh> not the first time i've heard that
  2998.         Line 133283: [02:05] <dmh> yo
  2999.         Line 133289: [02:05] <dmh> i called your isp for you
  3000.         Line 133291: [02:05] <dmh> they say get fucked
  3001.         Line 133323: [02:10] <dmh> redtube ftw
  3002.         Line 133325: [02:10] <dmh> jk
  3003.         Line 133327: [02:10] <dmh> -devout xhamster fan
  3004.         Line 135575: [09:37] * dmh has quit IRC (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
  3005.         Line 138353: [20:58] <marcusw> Folley: dmh
  3006.         Line 165313: [04:29] <sauceman> especially since dmh came up dry
  3007.         Line 177521: [02:23] * dmh (b860c55e@gateway/web/freenode/ip.184.96.197.94) has joined #otp22
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  3013.         Line 177537: [02:24] <dmh> sup
  3014.         Line 177543: [02:24] <sauceman> dmh, soup
  3015.         Line 177549: [02:25] <dmh> n2m
  3016.         Line 177551: [02:25] <dmh> see you guys been busy
  3017.         Line 177565: [02:27] <dmh> whats up with this data.bin
  3018.         Line 177567: [02:27] <dmh> passworded and no one has figured out still?
  3019.         Line 177573: [02:28] <zhazha> oh, yeah dmh
  3020.         Line 177585: [02:29] <dmh> why valve
  3021.         Line 177599: [02:30] <dmh> the portal arg was very basic in comparison tho
  3022.         Line 177607: [02:31] <dmh> yo gabe wat up w/ MELTER3
  3023.         Line 177613: [02:33] <dmh> good point
  3024.         Line 177677: [02:58] <dmh> i just made a simpel c program to barf random shit into it
  3025.         Line 177681: [03:01] <dmh> truecrack is cool
  3026.         Line 177713: [03:12] <dmh> hmm
  3027.         Line 177717: [03:14] <dmh> no one has tried that prveiously?
  3028.         Line 177737: [03:15] <dmh> im gay
  3029.         Line 177751: [03:19] <dmh> wtf
  3030.         Line 177753: [03:19] <dmh> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_message_service#Silent_SMS
  3031.         Line 177757: [03:23] <abkus_> dmh: yup on drug trafficing operations always remove battery from phone
  3032.         Line 177759: [03:24] <dmh> lol good to know
  3033.         Line 177761: [03:24] <dmh> just reading about SMS randomly
  3034.         Line 177763: [03:24] <dmh> didnt know it is used in SS7 MAP
  3035.         Line 177767: [03:27] <dmh> prob ez, wouldnt doubt it
  3036.         Line 177773: [03:27] <dmh> yea indeed
  3037.         Line 177781: [03:28] <dmh> yea im not worried about it or anything
  3038.         Line 177783: [03:28] <dmh> just interesting
  3039.         Line 177785: [03:29] <dmh> sauceman: isnt that just an ANI
  3040.         Line 177791: [03:29] <dmh> or anac i guess
  3041.         Line 177793: [03:30] <dmh> hehe
  3042.         Line 177797: [03:31] <dmh> automated number announcement something
  3043.         Line 177799: [03:32] <dmh> automatic number announcement circuit
  3044.         Line 180465: [17:27] * dmh has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
  3045.         Line 185179: [14:22] <marcusw> that's pretty much what we did with level3 and dmh
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  3049.         Line 188491: [22:54] <abkus_> hi dmh
  3050.         Line 188495: [22:56] <dmh> whats up
  3051.         Line 188637: [23:23] <dmh> yo any iceburgs die yet
  3052.         Line 188639: [23:23] <dmh> rip
  3053.         Line 188805: [00:42] <dmh> HEYA
  3054.         Line 188989: [01:27] <dmh> sounds like fun
  3055.         Line 188991: [01:27] <dmh> not
  3056.         Line 188993: [01:28] <dmh> jk :( nuke your gpu on data.bin
  3057.         Line 189223: [02:13] <marcusw> invision: dmh was helping with that, but twc has more powerful friends at l3 than we do
  3058.         Line 189231: [02:13] <dmh> marcusw, only scum works at l3
  3059.         Line 189233: [02:13] <invision> what/who is dmh and im assuming twc is time warner
  3060.         Line 189239: [02:14] <dmh> what does TWC have to do with it
  3061.         Line 189241: [02:14] <dmh> why is that
  3062.         Line 189247: [02:14] <dmh> TWC is shit btw
  3063.         Line 189255: [02:15] <dmh> marcusw, i dont know about that
  3064.         Line 189257: [02:15] <dmh> level3 is the biggest CLEC in the united states mostly cuz its not shit
  3065.         Line 189261: [02:16] <dmh> i dont know what you consider shitty
  3066.         Line 189263: [02:16] <dmh> telecom is pretty fucking good compared to even 10 years ago
  3067.         Line 189273: [02:17] <dmh> down wit da system
  3068.         Line 189277: [02:17] <dmh> ya its a level3 number
  3069.         Line 189279: [02:19] <dmh> whats this mention of time warner?
  3070.         Line 189285: [02:19] <dmh> the fuck do you mean by 'phone clips'
  3071.         Line 189287: [02:19] <dmh> oh
  3072.         Line 189289: [02:19] <dmh> the recording?
  3073.         Line 189293: [02:20] <dmh> twc blah blah whatever
  3074.         Line 189295: [02:20] <dmh> ah yea
  3075.         Line 189299: [02:20] <dmh> no worries
  3076.         Line 189303: [02:20] <dmh> i was thinking
  3077.         Line 189307: [02:20] <dmh> physical things for  a sec
  3078.         Line 189309: [02:20] <dmh> crash_demons, both the numbers have no customer information
  3079.         Line 189313: [02:20] <dmh> (resold most likely)
  3080.         Line 189315: [02:20] <dmh> my guess is a vonage account
  3081.         Line 189319: [02:21] <dmh> but even then, its usually marked as VONAGE
  3082.         Line 189321: [02:21] <dmh> no customer info
  3083.         Line 189323: [02:21] <dmh> i work at level 3
  3084.         Line 189335: [02:22] <dmh> both are landlines
  3085.         Line 189339: [02:22] <dmh> hehe ya
  3086.         Line 189341: [02:22] <dmh> think people have looked at this before
  3087.         Line 189349: [02:23] <dmh> ip-pbx maybe
  3088.         Line 189353: [02:23] <dmh> i know we've probably hit 4-5 calls at once at least
  3089.         Line 189355: [02:23] <dmh> i have no clue
  3090.         Line 189361: [02:24] <dmh> level 3 native tn
  3091.         Line 189363: [02:24] <dmh> haha yea about it
  3092.         Line 189371: [02:24] <abkus_> dmh what about old number from nov 2011?
  3093.         Line 189375: [02:25] <dmh> abkus_, isnt that the colorado one
  3094.         Line 189381: [02:25] <invision> dmh you work in telecom?
  3095.         Line 189385: [02:25] <dmh> yes
  3096.         Line 189389: [02:26] <dmh> been through this once already haha
  3097.         Line 189397: [02:27] <dmh> abkus_, dont have ability to look @ 800s
  3098.         Line 189399: [02:28] <dmh> the 303 309 0004 is one i've already looked at
  3099.         Line 189403: [02:29] <dmh> ok just sayin
  3100.         Line 189405: [02:29] <dmh> probably nothin on it anyawy
  3101.         Line 189409: [02:29] <dmh> yea
  3102.         Line 189411: [02:29] <dmh> two never ported level3 numbers
  3103.         Line 189413: [02:29] <dmh> gotta be someone @ level3 imo :p
  3104.         Line 189431: [02:31] <dmh> what is this
  3105.         Line 189433: [02:31] <dmh> yea
  3106.         Line 189435: [02:31] <dmh> damn
  3107.         Line 189439: [02:32] <dmh> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stvSZXuBzLM
  3108.         Line 189441: [02:32] <dmh> er
  3109.         Line 189443: [02:33] <dmh> wrong window
  3110.         Line 189445: [02:33] <dmh> but check that out .. ff
  3111.         Line 189447: [02:33] <invision> hey dmh is op diverting still a thing
  3112.         Line 189449: [02:33] <dmh> as in operators?
  3113.         Line 189453: [02:33] <dmh> probably not
  3114.         Line 189455: [02:33] <dmh> when was the last time you talked to an operator
  3115.         Line 189457: [02:33] <dmh> i cant remember the last time i did
  3116.         Line 189463: [02:34] <dmh> its all automated voice prompts now anyway isnt it
  3117.         Line 189465: [02:34] <dmh> maybe not
  3118.         Line 189475: [02:35] <dmh> talking about same 303 we are?
  3119.         Line 189481: [02:35] <dmh> for sure
  3120.         Line 189489: [02:36] <dmh> oh yeah i see
  3121.         Line 189493: [02:38] <dmh> why woud you bother with that
  3122.         Line 189499: [02:38] <dmh> hmm seems doubtful
  3123.         Line 189505: [02:39] <dmh> anything is worth trying
  3124.         Line 189507: [02:39] <dmh> ask me about trannies
  3125.         Line 189509: [02:39] <dmh> wait
  3126.         Line 189515: [02:39] <dmh> no shit
  3127.         Line 189517: [02:39] <dmh> haha
  3128.         Line 189519: [02:39] <dmh> i stand corrected then
  3129.         Line 189535: [02:44] <dmh> invision, guess who owns global crossing
  3130.         Line 189541: [02:44] <dmh> gj
  3131.         Line 189547: [02:44] <dmh> the fact they're both l3?
  3132.         Line 189551: [02:45] <dmh> agree
  3133.         Line 189559: [02:45] <dmh> prob
  3134.         Line 189563: [02:47] <dmh> what gets me
  3135.         Line 189565: [02:47] <dmh> both dont have CSRs
  3136.         Line 189567: [02:47] <dmh> which isnt super uncommon, in case of resold lines
  3137.         Line 189569: [02:47] <dmh> like voip providers or wholesale
  3138.         Line 189571: [02:47] <dmh> but it usually has a flag tellign you who's billing for it
  3139.         Line 189575: [02:48] <dmh> well, nothing
  3140.         Line 189577: [02:48] <dmh> haha
  3141.         Line 189579: [02:48] <dmh> cuz there are none
  3142.         Line 189585: [02:48] <dmh> checked em in NPAC, nothing cuz they've never ported
  3143.         Line 189587: [02:48] <dmh> both level3 natives
  3144.         Line 189595: [02:49] <dmh> depends on who it's provided by
  3145.         Line 189597: [02:49] <dmh> yea i thinkso
  3146.         Line 189599: [02:49] <dmh> bandwidth.com as well
  3147.         Line 189601: [02:49] <dmh> couple other fuckers
  3148.         Line 189607: [02:49] <dmh> xo probably
  3149.         Line 189609: [02:49] <dmh> xo competes a lot with us on wholesale voip
  3150.         Line 189613: [02:50] <dmh> are they
  3151.         Line 189615: [02:50] <dmh> ive ported a lot of their numbers so they must be
  3152.         Line 189619: [02:50] <dmh> vps? fuck , probably a lot
  3153.         Line 189621: [02:51] <dmh> unless its one of those really really cheap ones
  3154.         Line 189623: [02:51] <dmh> but i bet linode makes a nice lump of money
  3155.         Line 189627: [02:52] <dmh> or renting the hardware and not knowing what he is doing
  3156.         Line 189635: [02:53] <dmh> i got one from nfo recently
  3157.         Line 189637: [02:53] <dmh> and the internap bandwidth is good as fuck its blowing me away
  3158.         Line 189639: [02:54] <dmh> same price as linode
  3159.         Line 189641: [02:54] <invision> hey dmh
  3160.         Line 189645: [02:54] <dmh> HI
  3161.         Line 189647: [02:54] <dmh> uhh
  3162.         Line 189649: [02:54] <dmh> i dont know
  3163.         Line 189651: [02:54] <dmh> the 2
  3164.         Line 189653: [02:54] <dmh> i havent been following lately
  3165.         Line 189655: [02:55] <dmh> there are the first 2
  3166.         Line 189657: [02:55] <dmh> and some third one?
  3167.         Line 189659: [02:55] <dmh> 3033090004
  3168.         Line 189661: [02:55] <dmh>  2029993335
  3169.         Line 189663: [02:55] <dmh> only ones i know of
  3170.         Line 189749: [03:08] <dmh> :goons:
  3171.         Line 189757: [03:08] <dmh> the circle of lfi
  3172.         Line 189759: [03:08] <dmh> e
  3173.         Line 189761: [03:08] <dmh> sdfaj;kljdf
  3174.         Line 192847: [12:05] <dmh> thought it was latin
  3175.         Line 193415: [15:52] <abkus_> [21:11] <dmh> Silverfish, virtual audio cable <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1 [21:36] <maqr> Silverfish: you set it to your windows output device and input device, then anything you output goes to the vac input, and because they're both the default you can play in vlc and it'll come out in rx-sstv
  3176.         Line 193415: [15:52] <abkus_> [21:11] <dmh> Silverfish, virtual audio cable <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1 [21:36] <maqr> Silverfish: you set it to your windows output device and input device, then anything you output goes to the vac input, and because they're both the default you can play in vlc and it'll come out in rx-sstv
  3177.         Line 193881: [17:54] <dmh> ff
  3178.         Line 193887: [17:55] <abkus_> dmh have you heard new terrible sound on numbers
  3179.         Line 193923: [17:58] <abkus_> <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1
  3180.         Line 193933: [18:01] <dmh> abkus_, no
  3181.         Line 193935: [18:01] <dmh> havent called the numbers since like a week
  3182.         Line 193937: [18:02] <dmh> its not BPSK31 again?
  3183.         Line 193941: [18:02] <dmh> different freq or something maybe
  3184.         Line 195021: [22:30] <dmh> 420 jesus everyday
  3185.         Line 195065: [22:56] <dmh> hey
  3186.         Line 195067: [22:56] <dmh> that ribbon
  3187.         Line 195069: [22:56] <dmh> is revolutionary
  3188.         Line 195071: [22:56] <dmh> lmao
  3189.         Line 195217: [23:28] <dmh> also people are idiots
  3190.         Line 195223: [23:28] <dmh> speaking of
  3191.         Line 195225: [23:28] <dmh> my new every 2 is monday hot damn
  3192.         Line 195231: [23:28] <dmh> what should i get
  3193.         Line 195233: [23:28] <dmh> oh, an iphone 5? cool ok
  3194.         Line 195251: [23:31] <dmh> do NOT interrupt this serious conversation
  3195.         Line 195277: [23:32] <dmh> its done this shit before but it was simple bpsk31
  3196.         Line 195281: [23:33] <dmh> yea
  3197.         Line 195285: [23:34] <dmh> mwally had a friend that beasted it
  3198.         Line 195291: [23:34] <dmh> figured it out pretty quick
  3199.         Line 195293: [23:34] <dmh> lol
  3200.         Line 195363: [23:45] <dmh> get really high
  3201.         Line 195365: [23:45] <dmh> and solve the codes
  3202.         Line 195547: [00:01] <dmh> haha
  3203.         Line 195627: [00:11] <dmh> internal conflict
  3204.         Line 195649: [00:14] <dmh> fuck cats
  3205.         Line 195651: [00:15] <dmh> all they do is fuck up audio cables
  3206.         Line 195695: [00:27] <dmh> EVERYONE
  3207.         Line 195699: [00:27] <dmh> did you know SMS uses SS7
  3208.         Line 195701: [00:27] <dmh> fun fact of the day
  3209.         Line 195709: [00:28] <dmh> its truecrypt man
  3210.         Line 195713: [00:31] * dmh has quit IRC (Quit: dmh)
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  3215.         Line 204621: [01:50] <dmh> what is up
  3216.         Line 204627: [01:50] <dmh> no
  3217.         Line 204629: [01:51] <dmh> lotta trolls lately eh
  3218.         Line 204637: [01:51] <dmh> this CorpsZ shit?
  3219.         Line 204643: [01:51] <dmh> i just checked the wiki
  3220.         Line 204647: [01:51] <dmh> "this happened after I decoded the 4223643226 number from something someone posted way earlier."
  3221.         Line 204653: [01:52] <dmh> i was going to ask abuot this new number
  3222.         Line 204659: [01:52] <dmh> haha
  3223.         Line 204667: [01:52] <dmh> how did you 'pwn' him
  3224.         Line 204677: [01:53] <dmh> what an idiot
  3225.         Line 204685: [01:53] <dmh> bored anons
  3226.         Line 204715: [01:54] <dmh> try what
  3227.         Line 204721: [01:54] <dmh> spoofing as same number and call the 422 one?
  3228.         Line 204733: [01:56] <dmh> i dont get the idea
  3229.         Line 204735: [01:56] <dmh> everytime we come across a new number
  3230.         Line 204739: [01:56] <dmh> spoof as it and call it
  3231.         Line 204745: [01:56] <dmh> incase it will magically do something different?
  3232.         Line 204751: [01:57] <dmh> yea im with ihadamonkey
  3233.         Line 204763: [01:57] <dmh> sure
  3234.         Line 204769: [01:57] <dmh> whats the code stuck on atm, the data in horns?
  3235.         Line 204771: [01:57] <dmh> or something else
  3236.         Line 204775: [01:57] <dmh> i havent really been following much this week sry
  3237.         Line 204777: [01:58] <dmh> okay
  3238.         Line 204865: [02:23] <dmh> im gay
  3239.         Line 204897: [02:30] <dmh> i can smell my butt
  3240.         Line 204899: [02:30] <dmh> help
  3241.         Line 204919: [02:34] <dmh> im really mad
  3242.         Line 204921: [02:34] <dmh> irl
  3243.         Line 204925: [02:34] <dmh> sp00ky
  3244.         Line 204943: [02:35] <dmh> no please explain
  3245.         Line 204959: [02:36] <dmh> wb
  3246.         Line 204969: [02:37] <dmh> dad im nervous\
  3247.         Line 204983: [02:39] <dmh> word
  3248.         Line 204991: [02:42] <dmh> note the lack of logs lol
  3249.         Line 204997: [02:43] <dmh> 2007fags
  3250.         Line 204999: [02:45] <dmh> guys we mad
  3251.         Line 205009: [02:46] <dmh> just private it
  3252.         Line 205011: [02:46] <dmh> ye^
  3253.         Line 205021: [02:46] <dmh> lol
  3254.         Line 205023: [02:46] <dmh> using the names
  3255.         Line 205065: [02:54] <dmh> been watching documentaries about prostitution for a few hours
  3256.         Line 205067: [02:54] <dmh> now i just want to try it
  3257.         Line 205077: [02:55] <dmh> lol
  3258.         Line 205129: [03:11] <dmh> irc is hard
  3259.         Line 205147: [03:12] <dmh> lmao
  3260.         Line 205173: [03:14] <dmh> shit i should stop spamming F5 then
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  3270.         Line 113489: [00:28] <dmh> hey
  3271.         Line 113495: [00:28] <dmh> that stupid picture on b caught my eye cuz i work for level3
  3272.         Line 113497: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you work for which L3?
  3273.         Line 113505: [00:29] <dmh> the level3?
  3274.         Line 113507: [00:29] <dmh> lol
  3275.         Line 113511: [00:29] <dmh> the CLEC
  3276.         Line 113521: [00:29] <asdgfsadg> DMH what kind of access do you have?
  3277.         Line 113535: [00:30] <dmh> i do LNP stuff, so only phone porting tools
  3278.         Line 113539: [00:30] <asdgfsadg> dmh, can you look up the info on this number for us?
  3279.         Line 113541: [00:30] <dmh> i can see if its in orderpath
  3280.         Line 113547: [00:30] <dmh> a lot of government type stuff comes up blank tho
  3281.         Line 113555: [00:31] <dmh> asdgfsadg, residental ports and some bigger businesses taht wanna move an entire pbx in one line cut
  3282.         Line 113557: [00:31] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nah this is more likely to be just OTP-decoder's home address than gov't stuff LOL
  3283.         Line 113561: [00:31] <dmh> hehe get trolled
  3284.         Line 113563: [00:31] <nowat> dmh just put in the number and tell us what you find
  3285.         Line 113565: [00:31] <dmh> sure
  3286.         Line 113585: [00:32] <dmh> i dont know the number
  3287.         Line 113589: [00:32] <dmh> uh its a 303? haha
  3288.         Line 113591: [00:32] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, 303 is Denver.
  3289.         Line 113595: [00:32] <dmh> I live in denver, so I'm well aware XD
  3290.         Line 113597: [00:32] <dmh> yea no shit eh
  3291.         Line 113599: [00:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we also suspect this to be a prank by a bunch of bored L3 guys too
  3292.         Line 113605: [00:32] <dmh> im instantly suspect
  3293.         Line 113609: [00:33] <asdgfsadg> dmh, everyone's a suspect
  3294.         Line 113629: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, if you dox this for us you will get madd internets from 100+ anons all signed by al gore
  3295.         Line 113635: [00:34] <dmh> hmm gay the LRN its on is owned by global crossing
  3296.         Line 113639: [00:34] <asdgfsadg> dmh, L3 bought global xing in 2010
  3297.         Line 113643: [00:35] <dmh> yea but the systems are still seperate
  3298.         Line 113653: [00:35] <dmh> im remotin' in to my desktop
  3299.         Line 113657: [00:35] <asdgfsadg> dmh, awesome!!!
  3300.         Line 113661: [00:35] <dmh> i dont have access toa nything too wizzbang tho
  3301.         Line 113673: [00:36] <Braco> who do you work for dmh?
  3302.         Line 113675: [00:36] <dmh> level3
  3303.         Line 113683: [00:36] <dmh> im not really 'engineer' level tho
  3304.         Line 113697: [00:37] <dmh> has it
  3305.         Line 113699: [00:37] <dmh> I just now saw it
  3306.         Line 113701: [00:37] <dmh> :(
  3307.         Line 113703: [00:38] <asdgfsadg> dmh, do you think you can talk to some people tomorrow and see if they can dox this? we mostly want to know just if it's a person, company, government, or Level3 prank
  3308.         Line 113705: [00:38] <dmh> its interesting
  3309.         Line 113709: [00:38] <maqr> dmh works at L3?
  3310.         Line 113719: [00:38] <dmh> asdgfsadg, maybe, but for what i do that would be extremely uncommon
  3311.         Line 113723: [00:38] <dmh> what i can try to do
  3312.         Line 113725: [00:38] <dmh> is try porting it and make it fuck up
  3313.         Line 113729: [00:38] <dmh> so then i can have an excuse to look into it
  3314.         Line 113735: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, nice, but what if they ask why you tried porting it?
  3315.         Line 113737: [00:39] <dmh> if i put the number in our switches or somethin
  3316.         Line 113739: [00:39] <maqr> dmh: you could tell whoever you're trying to convince to call the number and type in some code, so they can see how ridiculous it is and also want to find an answer
  3317.         Line 113743: [00:39] <dmh> no i cant bullshit really
  3318.         Line 113745: [00:39] <dmh> i can say i typo'd another number since i do port a shitton of denver numbers
  3319.         Line 113753: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh do that
  3320.         Line 113759: [00:39] <dmh> dunno where that will get me tho
  3321.         Line 113763: [00:39] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, you should port it. Fuck it up, do what it takes.
  3322.         Line 113765: [00:39] <dmh> my boss is cool
  3323.         Line 113767: [00:39] <dmh> maybe
  3324.         Line 113769: [00:39] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whatever info you can get is useful
  3325.         Line 113773: [00:39] <dmh> well i cant just port it outright
  3326.         Line 113783: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: when we had people call L3, they could see it on their screen but wouldn't tell us who owns it
  3327.         Line 113787: [00:40] <maqr> dmh: so i don't think it's going to be very hard to figure out if you work there
  3328.         Line 113789: [00:40] <sauceman> dmh, have you called it yet?
  3329.         Line 113793: [00:40] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  3330.         Line 113799: [00:40] <dmh> it comes up up with nothing useful in orderpath
  3331.         Line 113805: [00:41] <asdgfsadg> dmh, what DOES it come up with?
  3332.         Line 113811: [00:41] <dmh> need a way to see info on th e block from the native (global crossing) but they have a different system with different login still
  3333.         Line 113817: [00:41] <dmh> no orderpath just shows porting information
  3334.         Line 113819: [00:41] <dmh> like, active with SPID xyz, from SPID yzz on date x/y/z
  3335.         Line 113823: [00:41] <nowat> dmh can you quit your job tomorrow and apply at global crossing and then get the infos just to please the internet?
  3336.         Line 113827: [00:41] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, is there any way to obtain more information?
  3337.         Line 113831: [00:42] <dmh> hang tight guys
  3338.         Line 113843: [00:42] <dmh> maqr, really
  3339.         Line 113845: [00:42] <dmh> do you know what tehy did
  3340.         Line 113847: [00:42] <dmh> was it just customer service or what
  3341.         Line 113851: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: yes, at least 3 different engineers confirmed it
  3342.         Line 113855: [00:42] <dmh> ok
  3343.         Line 113857: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: OTP-Decoder called them
  3344.         Line 113859: [00:42] <dmh> i believe you
  3345.         Line 113863: [00:42] <dmh> im probabl just looking at the wrong stuff
  3346.         Line 113865: [00:42] <maqr> dmh: i heard a recording of one that pholiage- called, i think
  3347.         Line 113867: [00:42] <OTP-Decoder> maqr, dmh yes I called the,
  3348.         Line 113873: [00:43] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, did you call customer service or the porting department or?
  3349.         Line 113881: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: customer service, i think
  3350.         Line 113883: [00:43] <dmh> the whatever number
  3351.         Line 113889: [00:43] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I have no idea. I called the main department, hit 6 and then hit 3. I got transferred to 3 different engineers. Ed, and two others.
  3352.         Line 113891: [00:43] <maqr> dmh: they offered to redirect us to 'fraud and abuse' when we said the number was calling out (not true)
  3353.         Line 113895: [00:44] <dmh> i am not sure if their port-out or port in dept is public
  3354.         Line 113899: [00:44] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, ok
  3355.         Line 113901: [00:44] <dmh> there are just
  3356.         Line 113903: [00:44] <dmh> a lot of segements of several system
  3357.         Line 113905: [00:44] <dmh> each with their own logins
  3358.         Line 113907: [00:44] <dmh> and a few expire monthly
  3359.         Line 113909: [00:44] <dmh> so its hard to borrow em
  3360.         Line 113917: [00:45] <dmh> guys just request a CSR on it ;)
  3361.         Line 113921: [00:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, you're awesome
  3362.         Line 113927: [00:45] <dmh> no
  3363.         Line 113937: [00:45] <dmh> actually
  3364.         Line 113939: [00:46] <asdgfsadg> dmh, whats in the CSR?
  3365.         Line 113941: [00:46] <dmh> if I gave the email to someone
  3366.         Line 113943: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: we could have OTP-Decoder call your extension
  3367.         Line 113947: [00:46] <dmh> they could make a request
  3368.         Line 113949: [00:46] <dmh> but if you bomb it it will not get done
  3369.         Line 113953: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: if we could get the request to you, say we found your business card somewhere or something
  3370.         Line 113955: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: then would you have a 'reason' to look it up?
  3371.         Line 113959: [00:46] <dmh> maqr, I only deal with big business accts really
  3372.         Line 113963: [00:46] <dmh> asdgfsadg, i meant a CSR for the number
  3373.         Line 113967: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: i think this is a hardware mitel pbx connected to a TWC trunk
  3374.         Line 113969: [00:46] <dmh> but hang tight
  3375.         Line 113975: [00:46] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I'm not sure what that means, but I'll certainly do anything you want me to do.
  3376.         Line 113977: [00:46] <maqr> dmh: it's probably a 'big business'
  3377.         Line 113979: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, time warner?
  3378.         Line 113985: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: so says their transfer message, yeah
  3379.         Line 113987: [00:47] <dmh> Braco, I'm talking customer service record or such
  3380.         Line 113989: [00:47] <dmh> maqr, ah ok
  3381.         Line 113991: [00:47] <maqr> dmh: and also just the volume of calls we've put on this thing is huge, and we've never hit a busy
  3382.         Line 114001: [00:47] <dmh> scratch the CSR idea
  3383.         Line 114007: [00:47] <dmh> its all moved over to our lame porting 'portal' which requires login
  3384.         Line 114009: [00:48] <dmh> i have a friend at comcast
  3385.         Line 114011: [00:48] <dmh> im going to have him try just doign the usual pre-port shit
  3386.         Line 114013: [00:48] <dmh> outsourcing 0wns faggots
  3387.         Line 114045: [00:49] <dmh> fuck
  3388.         Line 114047: [00:49] <dmh> no CSR for TN
  3389.         Line 114059: [00:50] <maqr> mwally: dmh works at L3 and does number ports
  3390.         Line 114073: [00:50] <nowat> dmh: wat do you mean no csr for tn?
  3391.         Line 114075: [00:50] <dmh> i tried to pull a CSR in our automated thing
  3392.         Line 114077: [00:50] <dmh> it came back w/ no CSR
  3393.         Line 114079: [00:51] <dmh> this means 1 of 2 thing
  3394.         Line 114081: [00:51] <dmh> s
  3395.         Line 114085: [00:51] <dmh> its not active, which is obviously not true
  3396.         Line 114087: [00:51] <dmh> telephone number
  3397.         Line 114091: [00:51] <maqr> dmh: can you query ANI for it?
  3398.         Line 114095: [00:52] <dmh> the ANI is the same
  3399.         Line 114103: [00:52] <anonen> dmh what the 2nd thing it can mean
  3400.         Line 114111: [00:52] <dmh> ive seen CSRs fail on new blocks of native tn pools
  3401.         Line 114113: [00:52] <dmh> anyone know how old the number is, or when someone stumpled apon it?
  3402.         Line 114117: [00:53] <asdgfsadg> dmh, earliest record is 2011
  3403.         Line 114125: [00:53] <dmh> kk thats weird
  3404.         Line 114151: [00:54] <anonen> dmh are you saying it can only be government?
  3405.         Line 114167: [00:54] <maqr> mwally: dmh
  3406.         Line 114177: [00:55] <dmh> its not coming up in my shit
  3407.         Line 114181: [00:55] <dmh> looks kinda like state bldg block
  3408.         Line 114217: [00:56] <mwally> How much do we trush dmh?
  3409.         Line 114219: [00:56] <dmh> wtf
  3410.         Line 114221: [00:56] <asdgfsadg> nowat, dmh works at the correct Level 3
  3411.         Line 114227: [00:56] <nowat> maybe dmh can get that one
  3412.         Line 114231: [00:56] <maqr> dmh: they're a little twitchy, don't feel insulted
  3413.         Line 114233: [00:56] <dmh> its fine i understand
  3414.         Line 114235: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: this is has been a weird journey
  3415.         Line 114237: [00:57] <dmh> im perplexed
  3416.         Line 114243: [00:57] <dmh> thats why im here
  3417.         Line 114245: [00:57] <anonen> dmh no offense but you a new, you are saying this line is rented by a gov bldg?
  3418.         Line 114251: [00:57] <nowat> so did the 303 go 404 a minutes after dmh started poking at it?
  3419.         Line 114255: [00:57] <dmh> anonen, no, its not showing up
  3420.         Line 114259: [00:57] <dmh> basically
  3421.         Line 114263: [00:57] <dmh> i cant see
  3422.         Line 114265: [00:57] <dmh> anythign for it
  3423.         Line 114267: [00:57] <dmh> in my usual systems
  3424.         Line 114277: [00:57] <maqr> dmh: level 3 people definitely told us they could see who owned it... they could have been lying, but it doesn't seem likely
  3425.         Line 114279: [00:57] <dmh> which I havent seen ever before, except with gov shit
  3426.         Line 114283: [00:57] <dmh> maqr, no no, I believe them
  3427.         Line 114287: [00:58] <dmh> i just wonder where they are looking at the number itself
  3428.         Line 114289: [00:58] <dmh> hang tight ^^
  3429.         Line 114291: [00:58] <dmh> i gotta vpn
  3430.         Line 114293: [00:58] <mwally> dmh, can you confirm you work for Level 3 Communications?
  3431.         Line 114295: [00:58] <dmh> i guess
  3432.         Line 114299: [00:58] <dmh> but im not going to scan my badge for a buncha anons
  3433.         Line 114303: [00:58] <dmh> level3
  3434.         Line 114307: [00:58] <dmh> in downtown denver
  3435.         Line 114311: [00:58] <anonen> dmh i respect that, we just need to know this is legit
  3436.         Line 114317: [00:59] <dmh> well i've got nowhere
  3437.         Line 114321: [00:59] <dmh> i dont want you reading between the lines
  3438.         Line 114325: [00:59] <maqr> dmh: don't you have any coworkers you could call up and be like "hey, this is weird, you got any ideas?"
  3439.         Line 114327: [00:59] <dmh> maqr, not at this hour
  3440.         Line 114329: [00:59] <dmh> tomorrow tho
  3441.         Line 114331: [00:59] <dmh> i can email a guy
  3442.         Line 114335: [00:59] <dmh> did it just now die?
  3443.         Line 114341: [00:59] <dmh> interesting
  3444.         Line 114343: [01:00] <anonen> dmh we are pretty sure this is an ARG, which means non gov, could a college be renting the line?
  3445.         Line 114345: [01:00] <mwally> dmh, OK, well, at the risk of blowing a good lead, I have reason to believe that the number in question is operated by a reseller known to your system as "Sybase365" -- Their CIC code is 102680 -- does this help any?
  3446.         Line 114347: [01:00] <WolfKit> in the last few minutes yes dmh
  3447.         Line 114351: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, hmm a little
  3448.         Line 114359: [01:00] <dmh> mwally, that would explain the CSR situation - when a line is resold no CSR is returned
  3449.         Line 114391: [01:01] <dmh> wtf
  3450.         Line 114393: [01:01] <dmh> those random noises
  3451.         Line 114395: [01:01] <dmh> someone has got to be fucking with us
  3452.         Line 114405: [01:01] <dmh> what would be that low?
  3453.         Line 114419: [01:02] <anonen> dmh please check the info from mwally please, we need this solved asap
  3454.         Line 114425: [01:02] <asdgfsadg> DMH YOU BROKE IT!
  3455.         Line 114445: [01:03] <dmh> i cant send request to Sybase365 without a LOA from the owner
  3456.         Line 114453: [01:03] <dmh> so hrm
  3457.         Line 114455: [01:03] <dmh> maybe
  3458.         Line 114457: [01:03] <dmh> its his line
  3459.         Line 114461: [01:03] <dmh> and hes like oh shit
  3460.         Line 114463: [01:03] <dmh> lol
  3461.         Line 114473: [01:03] <dmh> well
  3462.         Line 114479: [01:04] <dmh> i cant vpn into th system i need atm
  3463.         Line 114481: [01:04] <dmh> so i can bust decoder tomorrow
  3464.         Line 114491: [01:04] <asdgfsadg> lol dmh we will be waiting with pitchforks and torches ready
  3465.         Line 114503: [01:05] <dmh> maybe
  3466.         Line 114505: [01:05] <dmh> someone here
  3467.         Line 114507: [01:05] <dmh> works for level3
  3468.         Line 114513: [01:05] <dmh> and killed it
  3469.         Line 114515: [01:05] <dmh> when i queried
  3470.         Line 114521: [01:05] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we are almost 100% sure the people running it are watching
  3471.         Line 114527: [01:06] <Braco> can you place a CSR request now dmh? with the # being down?
  3472.         Line 114533: [01:06] <dmh> Braco, I did and it came back no CSR
  3473.         Line 114541: [01:06] <dmh> so if it is indeed a resold line - that would be right
  3474.         Line 114545: [01:06] <marcusw> dmh: you done broke our arg, you crazy awesome bastard XD
  3475.         Line 114547: [01:06] <dmh> CSRs always go through reseller
  3476.         Line 114625: [01:10] <dmh> ok guys
  3477.         Line 114629: [01:10] <dmh> i sent an email to my sup
  3478.         Line 114631: [01:10] <dmh> saying i cant get a port to go through on this number
  3479.         Line 114633: [01:10] <dmh> huehuehue
  3480.         Line 114635: [01:10] <maqr> dmh: now you can safely say that calling it indicates something is wrong, you get a crazy humming
  3481.         Line 114637: [01:10] <asdgfsadg> dmh, prob a bad idea when you're not at work, eh?
  3482.         Line 114647: [01:11] <dmh> asdgfsadg, set for tomorrow morning
  3483.         Line 114655: [01:11] <dmh> im afriad this number is beyond my reach
  3484.         Line 114659: [01:11] <maqr> dmh: you're our only hope :P
  3485.         Line 114663: [01:11] <dmh> unless i stick it in the switch or something and make it become my reach
  3486.         Line 114671: [01:11] <anonen> dmh do whatever you can
  3487.         Line 114681: [01:12] <dmh> wonder wtf happened to it
  3488.         Line 114683: [01:12] <dmh> maybe someone else slammed it
  3489.         Line 114697: [01:12] <anonen> dmh who could slam it/
  3490.         Line 114703: [01:13] <dmh> well
  3491.         Line 114707: [01:13] <dmh> anonen, would take 24hr
  3492.         Line 114711: [01:13] <dmh> now that i think about it
  3493.         Line 114847: [01:21] <dmh> this has to be an inside job by someone who first mentioned this number
  3494.         Line 114853: [01:21] <anonen> totally dmh
  3495.         Line 114857: [01:21] <dmh> i bet decoder is one of my coworkers
  3496.         Line 114865: [01:21] <dmh> ah ok no way then
  3497.         Line 114877: [01:22] <dmh> if true that would be game over
  3498.         Line 114881: [01:23] <dmh> its probably a voip number someone who is bored setup numbers on
  3499.         Line 114885: [01:23] <maqr> dmh: they did a very polished job then
  3500.         Line 114889: [01:23] <dmh> thats what gets me
  3501.         Line 114905: [01:24] <dmh> im curious about the timing of it just now going dead
  3502.         Line 114911: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> dmh, the people running it are def in here
  3503.         Line 114919: [01:24] <dmh> well tomorrow
  3504.         Line 114921: [01:24] <dmh> i'll look at it
  3505.         Line 114927: [01:24] <dmh> and facepalm
  3506.         Line 114929: [01:24] <asdgfsadg> thank you dmh
  3507.         Line 114931: [01:24] <dmh> when its some fucking
  3508.         Line 114933: [01:25] <dmh> asshat
  3509.         Line 114945: [01:25] <dmh> level3 sells some stuff directly
  3510.         Line 114949: [01:26] <dmh> SIPs for companies, ISDN PBXs and shit
  3511.         Line 114957: [01:26] <dmh> global crossing was bought by level3 as mentioned
  3512.         Line 114959: [01:26] <dmh> BUT
  3513.         Line 114961: [01:26] <dmh> the thing is
  3514.         Line 114965: [01:26] <dmh> they still run their porting shit
  3515.         Line 114967: [01:26] <dmh> on seperate systems etc
  3516.         Line 114971: [01:27] <dmh> agreedo
  3517.         Line 114981: [01:27] <dmh> shit
  3518.         Line 114983: [01:27] <dmh> actually
  3519.         Line 114987: [01:28] <dmh> im talking out of my butt
  3520.         Line 114989: [01:28] <dmh> much to my surprise global crossing spids are in ucommand
  3521.         Line 115029: [01:30] <dmh> mwally, so all we know at this point
  3522.         Line 115033: [01:30] <dmh> is its a legacy global crossing number being potentially resold through sybase365
  3523.         Line 115035: [01:30] <dmh> right
  3524.         Line 115037: [01:31] <dmh> and tonight just now it stopped doing shit
  3525.         Line 115043: [01:31] <dmh> when i say legacy, i mean before level3 bought global crossing
  3526.         Line 115053: [01:31] <marcusw> dmh: so what's our best bet for tracing it?
  3527.         Line 115057: [01:31] <dmh> ok
  3528.         Line 115059: [01:31] <dmh> mwally, I will look it up in NPAC tomorrow
  3529.         Line 115063: [01:32] <dmh> it is in there, I'll make a subscription and slam it on wednesday and see what happens
  3530.         Line 115067: [01:32] <dmh> they lose service basically
  3531.         Line 115079: [01:33] <dmh> heck, if we're lucky and its level3 native tn then i'll be able to get al ittle more info
  3532.         Line 115083: [01:33] <dmh> but i have to wait till tomorrow for that too
  3533.         Line 115111: [01:35] <dmh> wait
  3534.         Line 115113: [01:35] <dmh> someone found a CD in a book in oregon?
  3535.         Line 115119: [01:35] <abkus> dmh yes
  3536.         Line 115121: [01:35] <dmh> this is obviously bullshit
  3537.         Line 115125: [01:35] <dmh> haha
  3538.         Line 115127: [01:35] <dmh> what was on it
  3539.         Line 115129: [01:35] <marcusw> dmh: yeah, I know right?
  3540.         Line 115131: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: ya, that's why we want to know who's behind it and why
  3541.         Line 115133: [01:35] <dmh> its either erally good or really bad
  3542.         Line 115137: [01:35] <abkus> dmh http://imgur.com/a/4v1XX#0
  3543.         Line 115141: [01:35] <dmh> ah ok
  3544.         Line 115143: [01:35] <dmh> nice
  3545.         Line 115145: [01:35] <maqr> dmh: the call said to go to coordinates that matched a library, isbn, and pagenumber
  3546.         Line 115147: [01:36] <dmh> i wasnt paying too much attention to the b thread
  3547.         Line 115151: [01:36] <dmh> weird
  3548.         Line 115153: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: the file had 4 massive text files on it, which were used as a key-value lookup for NATO codes read on later calls
  3549.         Line 115155: [01:36] <abkus> dmh: http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=36166  last two post here explain CD content
  3550.         Line 115157: [01:36] <maqr> dmh: they ended up translating to messages, but just more stuff about payloads and melters
  3551.         Line 115159: [01:36] <Braco> what do you mean by really good or really bad dmh
  3552.         Line 115161: [01:36] <dmh> idk
  3553.         Line 115163: [01:36] <dmh> spies
  3554.         Line 115175: [01:37] <dmh> if i was the guy going to the library i woulda been freaked
  3555.         Line 115181: [01:37] <dmh> taking pictures of random guys in there rofl
  3556.         Line 115183: [01:37] <maqr> dmh: there were two dudes, i'm sure they pooped a little on this one
  3557.         Line 115187: [01:38] <dmh> ya well done
  3558.         Line 115247: [01:41] <dmh> oh man
  3559.         Line 115251: [01:41] <dmh> I wanna get into packet radio
  3560.         Line 115271: [01:44] <dmh> you know
  3561.         Line 115275: [01:44] <dmh> the fact it goes back to 2011
  3562.         Line 115277: [01:44] <dmh> im pretty convinced its not one guy fuckin around
  3563.         Line 115285: [01:45] <Braco> longtroll dmh longtroll
  3564.         Line 115287: [01:45] <dmh> for sure
  3565.         Line 115289: [01:45] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that this didnt gain any popularity and it was a side project of someone's they left running.. then when they wanted to do something with it they dropped it on /b/
  3566.         Line 115293: [01:45] <dmh> mm yea true
  3567.         Line 115301: [01:46] <dmh> yea i hadnt yet called it before it went silent
  3568.         Line 115303: [01:46] <dmh> :(
  3569.         Line 115307: [01:46] <maqr> dmh: there's plenty of recordings
  3570.         Line 115309: [01:46] <dmh> yai was listening to them
  3571.         Line 115323: [01:47] <Braco> dmh would the guy running it incur a large phone bill after all these calls?
  3572.         Line 115325: [01:47] <dmh> prob not
  3573.         Line 115359: [01:48] <dmh> i called
  3574.         Line 115361: [01:48] <dmh> and google voice dropped me
  3575.         Line 115363: [01:49] <dmh> haha
  3576.         Line 115365: [01:49] <dmh> one sec
  3577.         Line 115417: [01:55] <dmh> hey
  3578.         Line 115423: [01:56] <dmh> i came across some shit in the archives saying the number died before too?
  3579.         Line 115425: [01:56] <dmh> on 9/10
  3580.         Line 115429: [01:56] <dmh> ok
  3581.         Line 115439: [01:56] <asdgfsadg> dmh, i believe that was someone's phone not working correctly
  3582.         Line 115443: [01:56] <dmh> oh
  3583.         Line 115449: [01:57] <dmh> im just trying to catch up
  3584.         Line 115457: [01:57] <dmh> kk
  3585.         Line 115573: [02:05] <dmh> too good
  3586.         Line 115585: [02:06] <dmh> i thought PSK31 was much higher freq sounding
  3587.         Line 115589: [02:06] <dmh> oh wait
  3588.         Line 115591: [02:06] <dmh> im listening to old shit
  3589.         Line 115599: [02:07] <WolfKit> .. so tl;dr "ohfsck dmh is gonna find me, better switch to a non-Level 3 number"?
  3590.         Line 115601: [02:08] <dmh> yea interesting timing to go a week on the number , er well years prior
  3591.         Line 115623: [02:09] <dmh> i hope the url is an xhamster tranny vid
  3592.         Line 115629: [02:10] <dmh> err, its a number
  3593.         Line 115631: [02:10] <dmh> im dumb
  3594.         Line 115653: [02:10] <dmh> yea dont call that
  3595.         Line 115661: [02:11] <dmh> hehe
  3596.         Line 115663: [02:11] <dmh> ya
  3597.         Line 115667: [02:11] <dmh> verizon wireless block iirc
  3598.         Line 115693: [02:13] <dmh> well its obv not gubment
  3599.         Line 115697: [02:13] <dmh> .. right ..
  3600.         Line 115699: [02:13] <marcusw> dmh: is there anything special about 999?
  3601.         Line 115701: [02:13] <dmh> not that i know of
  3602.         Line 115707: [02:13] <dmh> the only 'special' stuff we do
  3603.         Line 115711: [02:13] <dmh> is taking beginning blocks of a pool for internal use
  3604.         Line 115717: [02:14] <dmh> like 0000-10000 like taht previous number
  3605.         Line 115729: [02:14] <dmh> nice blocks
  3606.         Line 115735: [02:14] <dmh> huehuehue level3
  3607.         Line 115737: [02:14] <dmh> this has got to be
  3608.         Line 115741: [02:15] <dmh> um
  3609.         Line 115757: [02:15] <dmh> so its bouncing around main level3 centers
  3610.         Line 115761: [02:15] <dmh> interesting
  3611.         Line 115793: [02:16] <dmh> let me see if i can pull anything on this number
  3612.         Line 115803: [02:17] <dmh> fuck
  3613.         Line 115805: [02:17] <dmh> i need the SLLI code
  3614.         Line 115807: [02:17] <dmh> i mean CLLI
  3615.         Line 115809: [02:17] <dmh> hnng
  3616.         Line 115817: [02:17] <dmh> thats the building one
  3617.         Line 115819: [02:17] <dmh> i saw taht
  3618.         Line 115821: [02:17] <dmh> not working tho
  3619.         Line 115825: [02:17] <dmh> ok
  3620.         Line 115829: [02:18] <dmh> i dont know shit about DC
  3621.         Line 115861: [02:19] <dmh> mwally, how about rate center
  3622.         Line 115863: [02:19] <dmh> nm
  3623.         Line 115873: [02:20] <dmh> ya its WSHNGTNZN1
  3624.         Line 115877: [02:20] <dmh> whoa
  3625.         Line 115879: [02:20] <dmh> whoaaaa
  3626.         Line 115885: [02:21] <asdgfsadg> uhoh, dmh is about to blow this up
  3627.         Line 115887: [02:21] <dmh> oh no nothing good
  3628.         Line 115893: [02:21] <dmh> Your account does not have access to the following groups:
  3629.         Line 115895: [02:21] <dmh> SPID: 6117
  3630.         Line 115897: [02:22] <dmh> maybe that why they moved it :(
  3631.         Line 115907: [02:22] <dmh> idk
  3632.         Line 115911: [02:22] <dmh> reality is I dont do shit for DC
  3633.         Line 115913: [02:22] <dmh> spid
  3634.         Line 115915: [02:22] <dmh> any east coast stuff
  3635.         Line 115921: [02:22] <dmh> yea, taht is very likely
  3636.         Line 115927: [02:22] <dmh> im going to roam around tomorrow
  3637.         Line 115929: [02:23] <dmh> and see if i see anyone with a shit eating grin
  3638.         Line 115933: [02:23] <dmh> hrm
  3639.         Line 115935: [02:23] <dmh> no
  3640.         Line 115937: [02:23] <dmh> cuz I cant pull CSRs on these numbers
  3641.         Line 115939: [02:23] <dmh> so they're not a direct level3 customer
  3642.         Line 115943: [02:23] <dmh> or do you mean through a diff reseller?
  3643.         Line 115945: [02:23] <dmh> thats entirelly possible
  3644.         Line 115951: [02:24] <sauceman> dmh, do you think you could get some more Level3 folk in on this?
  3645.         Line 115953: [02:24] <dmh> probably not
  3646.         Line 115955: [02:24] <dmh> if i go
  3647.         Line 115959: [02:24] <dmh> 'hey guyz i saw something weird on the internet'
  3648.         Line 115961: [02:24] <dmh> look
  3649.         Line 115963: [02:24] <dmh> i dont want to get your hopes up
  3650.         Line 115965: [02:25] <dmh> let me wait till tomorrow
  3651.         Line 115967: [02:25] <dmh> and reallly
  3652.         Line 115971: [02:25] <dmh> look at both of them
  3653.         Line 115973: [02:25] <dmh> and ruin someones fun potentially
  3654.         Line 115979: [02:25] <dmh> omg
  3655.         Line 115981: [02:25] <dmh> my phone just fucked up
  3656.         Line 115983: [02:26] <dmh> and said call from 2029993335
  3657.         Line 115985: [02:26] <dmh> for a second
  3658.         Line 115989: [02:26] <dmh> because it was showing what i had in dialer before
  3659.         Line 115993: [02:26] <dmh> it fucks up like that
  3660.         Line 115995: [02:26] <dmh> haha
  3661.         Line 116001: [02:26] <dmh> made me double take
  3662.         Line 116005: [02:26] <dmh> android
  3663.         Line 116009: [02:26] <dmh> ftl
  3664.         Line 116011: [02:26] <dmh> its probably my boss
  3665.         Line 116015: [02:26] <dmh> its mwally
  3666.         Line 116021: [02:27] <dmh> jokes
  3667.         Line 116029: [02:28] <dmh> hehe
  3668.         Line 116031: [02:28] <dmh> 2029993336 only rings once for me
  3669.         Line 116033: [02:28] <dmh> educational typo
  3670.         Line 116035: [02:28] <dmh> brb
  3671.         Line 116215: [02:44] <Braco> dmh: you there?
  3672.         Line 116219: [02:44] <dmh> yes
  3673.         Line 116225: [02:45] <dmh> did you need somethin
  3674.         Line 116227: [02:45] <dmh> i gotta shit
  3675.         Line 116359: [02:54] <asdgfsadg> so dmh was investigating
  3676.         Line 116417: [02:57] <dmh> ok back, those habanero slim jims are bad news
  3677.         Line 116439: [02:58] <dmh> did i miss anything on the new number
  3678.         Line 116447: [02:59] <dmh> kk
  3679.         Line 116453: [02:59] <dmh> they're good :(
  3680.         Line 116465: [03:00] <asdgfsadg> randomguy, because dmh was about to find out who it was and the guy running it noticed and changed it up a bit
  3681.         Line 116477: [03:00] <dmh> first thing im going to check is if this new number is actually w/ level3
  3682.         Line 116479: [03:00] <dmh> make sure its not ported
  3683.         Line 116489: [03:01] <asdgfsadg> dmh, it is with level3
  3684.         Line 116495: [03:01] <dmh> asdfqwerty, thats what the block shows up as
  3685.         Line 116497: [03:01] <dmh> yes, its a l3 native block
  3686.         Line 116501: [03:01] <dmh> however that doesnt mean any single number hasnt ported out of l3 :p
  3687.         Line 116507: [03:01] <dmh> but, given the other block was l3 too, i bet it is
  3688.         Line 116513: [03:02] <dmh> im going to feel like such an idiot if its some fuckhead i know
  3689.         Line 116521: [03:02] <asdgfsadg> dmh, d0x him. pitchforks and torches are ready
  3690.         Line 116523: [03:02] <dmh> haha
  3691.         Line 116525: [03:02] <dmh> trying to think of any crypto nerds
  3692.         Line 116531: [03:02] <dmh> no doubt
  3693.         Line 116541: [03:03] <dmh> yea, the sstv lookd like a blast
  3694.         Line 116545: [03:03] <dmh> i've never seen anything like this
  3695.         Line 116551: [03:03] <dmh> im only vaguely familiar with packet radio
  3696.         Line 116557: [03:03] <dmh> but ya this stuff is cool
  3697.         Line 116573: [03:04] <dmh> intellectual
  3698.         Line 116599: [03:05] <dmh> how are you all getting such clear recordings
  3699.         Line 116601: [03:05] <dmh> phone -> line in or some shit
  3700.         Line 116607: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, recording over my soundcard.
  3701.         Line 116609: [03:06] <dmh> well fuck
  3702.         Line 116613: [03:06] <dmh> im on windows atm
  3703.         Line 116615: [03:06] <dmh> cba
  3704.         Line 116617: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> Same here, dmh. Windows 7.
  3705.         Line 116621: [03:06] <dmh> record stereo mix or whatever?
  3706.         Line 116623: [03:06] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, VAC.
  3707.         Line 116627: [03:06] <dmh> i have to admit im not familiar sorry
  3708.         Line 116631: [03:07] <dmh> oh
  3709.         Line 116637: [03:07] <dmh> badass
  3710.         Line 116641: [03:07] <dmh> i use a usb amp and havent found anythign that works with it
  3711.         Line 116645: [03:07] <dmh> i want to get into ham
  3712.         Line 116657: [03:08] <dmh> yea fun getting arrested
  3713.         Line 116683: [03:10] <dmh> noice
  3714.         Line 116699: [03:11] <dmh> poor guy, RIP
  3715.         Line 116715: [03:11] <dmh> oh ya
  3716.         Line 116719: [03:12] <dmh> so low power can go real far right
  3717.         Line 116721: [03:12] <OTP-Decoder> Yes, dmh.
  3718.         Line 116727: [03:12] <dmh> im pretty engrossedi n this shit
  3719.         Line 116731: [03:12] <dmh> numbers stations
  3720.         Line 116767: [03:13] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, you're worse  than mwally
  3721.         Line 116877: [03:19] <asdgfsadg> dmh for killing the number
  3722.         Line 116881: [03:19] <dmh> thats a bad thing imo
  3723.         Line 116887: [03:19] <dmh> all i did was query it in some basic shit and request a csr hahaha
  3724.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  3725.         Line 116893: [03:20] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, shall I put your name down as DMH?
  3726.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  3727.         Line 116901: [03:20] <dmh> dmh is fine
  3728.         Line 116905: [03:20] <dmh> if you feel a need to put me down for doing literally nothin
  3729.         Line 116937: [03:21] <dmh> the IVR has like 10 voices
  3730.         Line 116987: [03:23] <dmh> the latin stuff?
  3731.         Line 116993: [03:23] <dmh> ah n1
  3732.         Line 117097: [03:32] <dmh> how do you know some shit sunk?
  3733.         Line 117101: [03:32] <asdgfsadg> dmh, we got two mig bogies as coordinate updates
  3734.         Line 117105: [03:32] <dmh> oh right
  3735.         Line 117115: [03:33] <dmh> this is making me wanna buy a SDR
  3736.         Line 117123: [03:36] <dmh> in regard to what
  3737.         Line 117135: [03:37] <dmh> oh thought maybe something specific
  3738.         Line 117153: [03:38] <dmh> rofl
  3739.         Line 117259: [03:47] <dmh> on that note
  3740.         Line 117263: [03:47] <dmh> im going to sleep, ill let you know what i find tomorrow
  3741.         Line 117267: [03:47] <WolfKit> odds of dmh getting v& when he goes to work tomorrow?
  3742.         Line 117269: [03:47] <Nosfer> What you find in your sleep dmh?
  3743.         Line 117271: [03:48] <dmh> lol
  3744.         Line 117275: [03:48] <dmh> i cancelled sending that email
  3745.         Line 117277: [03:48] <dmh> since the number changed
  3746.         Line 117285: [03:48] <dmh> ya i'll look into it
  3747.         Line 117291: [03:48] <dmh> ye
  3748.         Line 117295: [03:48] <dmh> both level3 ..
  3749.         Line 117301: [03:49] <dmh> scared of what
  3750.         Line 117311: [03:49] <dmh> my boss is a nerd
  3751.         Line 117313: [03:49] <dmh> he might get into it
  3752.         Line 117315: [03:49] <dmh> if he's not the one doing i
  3753.         Line 117317: [03:49] <dmh> y
  3754.         Line 117323: [03:49] <OTP-Decoder> Haha dmh's boss is behind the number
  3755.         Line 117325: [03:50] <dmh> nah i dont think he IRCs :d
  3756.         Line 117331: [03:50] <dmh> im currently distracted by listening to russian on some webSDR
  3757.         Line 117337: [03:51] <dmh> dont even have to buy a reciever to derp around!
  3758.         Line 117357: [03:52] <dmh> i have no idea waht im listening to
  3759.         Line 117361: [03:52] <dmh> but its amusing
  3760.         Line 117371: [03:52] <randomguy_> dmh
  3761.         Line 117373: [03:52] <dmh> randomguy_, wat
  3762.         Line 117377: [03:52] <dmh> no
  3763.         Line 117381: [03:52] <dmh> I'm new to all of this
  3764.         Line 117383: [03:52] <dmh> not crypto
  3765.         Line 117389: [03:52] <dmh> know the basics of crypto
  3766.         Line 117427: [03:54] <dmh> kill all noobs
  3767.         Line 118309: [06:04] <WolfKit> I wonder if dmh can fix it, lol
  3768.         Line 120437: [12:39] <OTP-Decoder> dmh screwed with the old number and it moved over to the new one.
  3769.         Line 120443: [12:40] <Selecao> dmh?
  3770.         Line 120545: [12:54] <abkus> <@OTP-Decoder> Holy mother of God. <@asdgfsadg> so dmh was investigating <@asdgfsadg> our guy from Level3 <@asdgfsadg> and all of a sudden the number starts doing that
  3771.         Line 120567: [12:59] <OTP-Decoder> dmh probably screwed up the old number so bad they had to revert to a backup type system which would be the 202 number.
  3772.         Line 122595: [17:59] * dmh_ (~dmh@v-72-5-102-165.unman-vds.internap-denver.nfoservers.com) has joined #otp22
  3773.         Line 122595: [17:59] * dmh_ (~dmh@v-72-5-102-165.unman-vds.internap-denver.nfoservers.com) has joined #otp22
  3774.         Line 122597: [18:00] <dmh_> hey guys
  3775.         Line 122599: [18:00] <dmh_> anyone still alive
  3776.         Line 122603: [18:01] <abkus> dmh_ second number changed
  3777.         Line 122605: [18:01] <dmh_> i kno
  3778.         Line 122607: [18:01] <dmh_> wait
  3779.         Line 122613: [18:01] <dmh_> what
  3780.         Line 122615: [18:01] <dmh_> so third?
  3781.         Line 122617: [18:01] <dmh_> i wanted to clarify what decoder was saying in that log on the wiki
  3782.         Line 122619: [18:01] <dmh_> i didnt touch first number
  3783.         Line 122621: [18:01] <dmh_> but i will bug him about it later or somethin
  3784.         Line 122625: [18:01] <dmh_> i will look in a bit
  3785.         Line 122627: [18:01] <abkus> dmh_: what is this http://70.90.239.101/2012-09-17%2018-00%20UTC%20-%20202-999-3335%20-%2099665.wav
  3786.         Line 122629: [18:01] <dmh_> fuck
  3787.         Line 122633: [18:02] <dmh_> abkus: can you pm it to 'dmh' so i can check when i get home
  3788.         Line 122633: [18:02] <dmh_> abkus: can you pm it to 'dmh' so i can check when i get home
  3789.         Line 122641: [18:03] <dmh_> ok thx
  3790.         Line 122643: [18:03] <dmh_> i'll be back in like two hours
  3791.         Line 122649: [18:03] <dmh_> third number in pks again?
  3792.         Line 122655: [18:04] <dmh_> i mean psk :d ok
  3793.         Line 122657: [18:04] <dmh_> gotta go
  3794.         Line 122659: [18:04] * dmh_ has quit IRC (Client Quit)
  3795.         Line 123013: [19:07] <anonen> did dmh come up with anything on who owns the number?
  3796.         Line 123137: [19:26] <dmh> hey im back
  3797.         Line 123139: [19:26] <dmh> changed a third time?
  3798.         Line 123141: [19:26] <dmh> second rather
  3799.         Line 123159: [19:28] <dmh> white pages just shows native owner of the entier block
  3800.         Line 123161: [19:28] <dmh> however
  3801.         Line 123163: [19:28] <dmh> i checked both numbers today
  3802.         Line 123165: [19:28] <dmh> im now 100% sure they are both with level3
  3803.         Line 123167: [19:28] <dmh> not that is breaking news or anything :p
  3804.         Line 123171: [19:28] <maqr> dmh: oh yeah, hey, how's it going today?
  3805.         Line 123173: [19:28] <dmh> fine
  3806.         Line 123175: [19:29] <maqr> dmh: i don't mean about your general well being, i mean for the phone number :P
  3807.         Line 123179: [19:29] <dmh> ya
  3808.         Line 123181: [19:29] <dmh> i checked both of them to see if they've been ported from native blocks
  3809.         Line 123183: [19:29] <dmh> but they havent
  3810.         Line 123185: [19:29] <dmh> doesnt fix reseller questions though
  3811.         Line 123187: [19:29] <dmh> I tried to pull a CSR in the correct system, but needed a billing zip code
  3812.         Line 123193: [19:30] <dmh> and thats not exactly legal to pull a CSR without authorization
  3813.         Line 123199: [19:30] <dmh> I tried a few random DC ones
  3814.         Line 123201: [19:30] <dmh> but its pointless
  3815.         Line 123203: [19:30] <dmh> to guess
  3816.         Line 123205: [19:30] <dmh> it locks you out after 3 or 4
  3817.         Line 123209: [19:30] <Cariyla> Selecao: Guess what, dmh is.
  3818.         Line 123215: [19:30] <dmh> Braco, nah its outta our reach
  3819.         Line 123217: [19:30] <dmh> i also want to clarify
  3820.         Line 123219: [19:31] <dmh> i didn't do anything to the TN yesterday
  3821.         Line 123221: [19:31] <dmh> if decoder was saying such
  3822.         Line 123223: [19:31] <dmh> i just queried in some search thing
  3823.         Line 123231: [19:31] <dmh> so,  that makes me suspect of IRC :P
  3824.         Line 123233: [19:31] <dmh> given the timing, or just a coincidence
  3825.         Line 123237: [19:31] <randomguy_> dmh I believe you
  3826.         Line 123239: [19:31] <dmh> however
  3827.         Line 123243: [19:31] <dmh> here is what i can confirm
  3828.         Line 123245: [19:31] <dmh> both are native tns with level3. the end :(
  3829.         Line 123247: [19:31] <dmh> in our switches, never ported etc
  3830.         Line 123251: [19:32] <dmh> so, not being able to pull a CSR without billing zip code is a big cockblock
  3831.         Line 123257: [19:32] <dmh> we bought them a few years ago
  3832.         Line 123261: [19:32] <dmh> i double checked to see if it was still in their old systems, like i was saying last night
  3833.         Line 123265: [19:32] <dmh> it wasnt in there, tis been migrated over
  3834.         Line 123267: [19:33] <dmh> i think it ALL has now, so i was wrong
  3835.         Line 123271: [19:33] <dmh> no
  3836.         Line 123275: [19:33] <dmh> yes
  3837.         Line 123283: [19:33] <dmh> i tried like 10 across 3 logins
  3838.         Line 123285: [19:33] <dmh> im under the impression there isnt many more
  3839.         Line 123289: [19:34] <dmh> billing address is probably completely different, giving its pointing us around
  3840.         Line 123291: [19:34] <dmh> oh wow, just looked, there are quite a few
  3841.         Line 123293: [19:34] <dmh> but still
  3842.         Line 123299: [19:34] <dmh> i could get fired for even trying that :p
  3843.         Line 123301: [19:34] <dmh> no not since last night
  3844.         Line 123317: [19:35] <dmh> ya im not going to push it, probably just some crypto nerd
  3845.         Line 123319: [19:35] <dmh> you cant say its not well done
  3846.         Line 123325: [19:35] <dmh> ok whatever nerd
  3847.         Line 123341: [19:35] <dmh> hrm
  3848.         Line 123345: [19:35] <dmh> so 3 numbers now huh
  3849.         Line 123359: [19:36] <dmh> that doesnt sound like a level3 msg
  3850.         Line 123373: [19:36] <dmh> well i'll just say i've never heard it haha
  3851.         Line 123379: [19:36] <dmh> guys we shitted up someones numbers station
  3852.         Line 123385: [19:37] <dmh> prev was 3335
  3853.         Line 123389: [19:37] <dmh> i've only seen 0001 - 0005 used on LRNs to be honest :o
  3854.         Line 123391: [19:37] <dmh> or businesses
  3855.         Line 123393: [19:37] <dmh> who bought a whole block or whatever
  3856.         Line 123397: [19:37] <dmh> good god those tones right before the msg
  3857.         Line 123415: [19:38] <dmh> rwx_, thats psk3 of the other number or something
  3858.         Line 123435: [19:39] <sauceman> dmh: what about the tones?
  3859.         Line 123441: [19:40] <dmh> dont ask me
  3860.         Line 123445: [19:40] <dmh> im not a phone guy really
  3861.         Line 123447: [19:40] <dmh> all i do is port numbers and update switches
  3862.         Line 123449: [19:40] <dmh> really lightweight stuff
  3863.         Line 123455: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: surely there's one super nerdy guy in the office you could poke about it?
  3864.         Line 123461: [19:41] <dmh> not in my dept but if I can make an excuse to ask someone ni the metal
  3865.         Line 123463: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: if you had them dial the number with the tone that plays right away, they might be like "well that's weird" and look it up for you
  3866.         Line 123467: [19:41] <dmh> if im asking about some random resold line tho I could get a lot of shit
  3867.         Line 123469: [19:41] <maqr> dmh: i think as long as they don't have to enter an 'agent code', they'd be fine calling it
  3868.         Line 123471: [19:42] <dmh> the 3335 is in our switches
  3869.         Line 123475: [19:42] <dmh> or at least was this morning :p
  3870.         Line 123477: [19:42] <dmh> so i can come up with something
  3871.         Line 123487: [19:42] <Selecao> dmh, what are your office hours and time zone?
  3872.         Line 123491: [19:43] <dmh> here is my social security number
  3873.         Line 123609: [20:11] <dmh> rofl
  3874.         Line 123621: [20:13] <dmh> are you still typing on an android
  3875.         Line 123743: [20:24] <dmh> haha o man listening to some racist old fucks on a webSDR
  3876.         Line 123749: [20:26] <dmh> Employee Savings up to 51% on southern California's best family entertainment!
  3877.         Line 123753: [20:26] <Cariyla> Lol dmh
  3878.         Line 123791: [20:29] <dmh> ya setup
  3879.         Line 123805: [20:30] <dmh> welcome to 1999
  3880.         Line 123811: [20:30] <dmh> jk
  3881.         Line 123813: [20:30] <dmh> :d
  3882.         Line 123823: [20:32] <dmh> phone domain!
  3883.         Line 123825: [20:32] <dmh> haha
  3884.         Line 123881: [20:40] <dmh> why the fuck is VAC yelling at me
  3885.         Line 123887: [20:40] <dmh> is it saying throttle
  3886.         Line 123907: [20:42] <dmh> OTP-Decoder, no luck for me today
  3887.         Line 123909: [20:42] <dmh> was able to confirm both are indeed level3 numbers but tahts all
  3888.         Line 123913: [20:42] <OTP-Decoder> Why's that, dmh?
  3889.         Line 123917: [20:42] <dmh> need billing address to pull CSR
  3890.         Line 123943: [20:44] <dmh> nevermind, VAC is saying 'trial' over and over :d
  3891.         Line 123951: [20:44] <dmh> i think anyawy
  3892.         Line 123959: [20:44] <dmh> interesting
  3893.         Line 124347: [21:06] <dmh> omg
  3894.         Line 124351: [21:06] <dmh> ham radio is cool
  3895.         Line 124353: [21:07] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, I. KNOW. RIGHT.
  3896.         Line 124359: [21:07] <dmh> i am watching a bpsk-31 convo
  3897.         Line 124361: [21:07] <dmh> blowing my mindzor
  3898.         Line 124363: [21:07] <OTP-Decoder> dmh, link to the webSDR your on?
  3899.         Line 124367: [21:07] <dmh> http://w4ax.com/
  3900.         Line 124369: [21:07] <dmh> naw tis just rambling
  3901.         Line 124373: [21:08] <dmh> 7034 kHz around there
  3902.         Line 124377: [21:08] <dmh> people talkin about being noobs @ computering
  3903.         Line 124379: [21:08] <dmh> its being interrupted by my VAC trial :D
  3904.         Line 124391: [21:10] <dmh> valve anti cheat
  3905.         Line 124409: [21:11] <dmh> Silverfish, virtual audio cable
  3906.         Line 124411: [21:11] <dmh> i am using it highly recommended by decoder :p
  3907.         Line 124413: [21:11] <dmh> pretty nifty
  3908.         Line 124415: [21:11] <dmh> not free tho
  3909.         Line 124419: [21:12] <dmh> the bpsk31 convo?
  3910.         Line 124423: [21:12] <dmh> no joke
  3911.         Line 124425: [21:12] <dmh> might have to try that out
  3912.         Line 124433: [21:13] <dmh> it was me
  3913.         Line 124443: [21:16] <dmh> fucking shitty hexchat fucked up
  3914.         Line 124445: [21:16] <dmh> brb
  3915.         Line 124447: [21:16] * dmh has quit IRC (Quit: dmh)
  3916.         Line 124447: [21:16] * dmh has quit IRC (Quit: dmh)
  3917.         Line 124449: [21:16] <Silverfish> fucking shitty dmh using hexchat
  3918.         Line 124475: [21:21] * dmh (~dmh@unaffiliated/dmh) has joined #otp22
  3919.         Line 124475: [21:21] * dmh (~dmh@unaffiliated/dmh) has joined #otp22
  3920.         Line 124475: [21:21] * dmh (~dmh@unaffiliated/dmh) has joined #otp22
  3921.         Line 124487: [21:22] <dmh> agree.
  3922.         Line 124489: [21:22] <dmh> g
  3923.         Line 124563: [21:32] <dmh> man i cant figure out the SSTV
  3924.         Line 124565: [21:33] <dmh> damnit
  3925.         Line 124569: [21:33] <dmh> just some random sstv
  3926.         Line 124571: [21:33] <maqr> dmh: you ahve sstv that you need decoded?
  3927.         Line 124577: [21:33] <dmh> maqr: trying to figure out how to do it
  3928.         Line 124581: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: it's pretty easy with VAC and RX-SSTV on windows
  3929.         Line 124583: [21:34] <dmh> thats exactly what i have got cooking atm
  3930.         Line 124585: [21:34] <dmh> i have 3kHz going into it
  3931.         Line 124587: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: you have to set your windows 'output' device to VAC Line 1, then set your windows 'input' device to VAC Line 1
  3932.         Line 124591: [21:34] <dmh> but havent figured out which setting is correct mode in rx-sstv
  3933.         Line 124593: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: then you play with vlc or media player or whatever, and start rx-sstv
  3934.         Line 124595: [21:34] <maqr> dmh: previous transmissions were AVT 90
  3935.         Line 124599: [21:34] <dmh> oh ok that makes it much easier
  3936.         Line 124601: [21:35] <dmh> it will stream to vlc realtime so i can just flip through the modes?
  3937.         Line 124605: [21:35] <maqr> dmh: yeah, more or less
  3938.         Line 124607: [21:35] <dmh> does USB or LSB matter
  3939.         Line 124611: [21:35] <dmh> or just bandwidth covering the data
  3940.         Line 124613: [21:35] <maqr> dmh: what do you mean?
  3941.         Line 124617: [21:36] <dmh> hrm
  3942.         Line 124619: [21:36] <dmh> let me try that
  3943.         Line 124621: [21:36] <maqr> dmh: can you link me to the wav? i'll give it a go
  3944.         Line 124625: [21:36] <dmh> this isnt a wave im trying it on some live
  3945.         Line 124627: [21:36] <dmh> random shit
  3946.         Line 124631: [21:36] <maqr> dmh: well make a wav :P
  3947.         Line 124647: [21:37] <dmh> i guess it doesnt work with all cards
  3948.         Line 124669: [21:40] <dmh> wish you could specify audio device chrome uses
  3949.         Line 124849: [22:11] <dmh> damn people are fast at keying morse
  3950.         Line 124939: [23:05] <asdgfsadg> whats up with dmh?
  3951.         Line 124943: [23:05] <Silverfish> dmh has shitty
  3952.         Line 125003: [23:09] <dmh> my hands smell like meat
  3953.         Line 125121: [23:22] <dmh> im gay
  3954.         Line 125131: [23:23] <dmh> no need billing zip code
  3955.         Line 125133: [23:23] <dmh> also :illegal:
  3956.         Line 125137: [23:23] <dmh> that is the question
  3957.         Line 125139: [23:23] <dmh> haha
  3958.         Line 125143: [23:23] <dmh> cant pull CSR without it
  3959.         Line 125145: [23:23] <dmh> and illegal to request CSR without LOA
  3960.         Line 125147: [23:24] <dmh> you know, speakin by the books ..
  3961.         Line 125149: [23:24] <asdgfsadg> dmh oh yea, but not legally illegal.. just against company policy, right?
  3962.         Line 125151: [23:24] <dmh> no, absolutely federally illegal
  3963.         Line 125157: [23:25] <dmh> of course man
  3964.         Line 125161: [23:25] <dmh> asking for a customer service record without their authorization
  3965.         Line 125163: [23:26] <dmh> thats like saying its ok for me to get your home address without any consent
  3966.         Line 125167: [23:26] <dmh> ofc its illegal :p
  3967.         Line 125173: [23:26] <dmh> both the numbers are level3 numbers
  3968.         Line 125177: [23:27] <dmh> didnt know about third oen till i got home
  3969.         Line 125179: [23:27] <dmh> brb foodin
  3970.         Line 125185: [23:27] <randomguy_> dmh want corn dogs?
  3971.         Line 125199: [23:29] <dmh> ok someone kill you
  3972.         Line 125203: [23:29] <Silverfish> dmh, it's not illegal for me to find your home address without your consent
  3973.         Line 125205: [23:30] <dmh> sure
  3974.         Line 125261: [23:50] <dmh> fuck this ARG
  3975.         Line 125345: [00:00] <dmh> 10 get fucked
  3976.         Line 125395: [00:03] * dmh has quit IRC (Quit: leaving)
  3977.         Line 125583: [00:27] <sauceman> dmh, is there any way you can check and see if the # went there without looking at CSRs?
  3978.         Line 125603: [00:29] <sauceman> where's dmh when you need him?
  3979.         Line 126523: [05:53] <asdgfsadg> dmh i think
  3980.         Line 127877: [10:32] <asdgfsadg> yeah, already saw it. i think i said that to dmh last night or something but i'm glad someone made a graphic of it
  3981.   C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\logo\silear dox.txt (3 hits)
  3982.         Line 5: [18:26] <abkus> [2012-09-17 06:28:41] <dmh> hey
  3983.         Line 6: [18:26] <abkus> [2012-09-17 06:28:55] <dmh> that stupid picture on b caught my eye cuz i work for level3  that if first time dmh joined
  3984.         Line 6: [18:26] <abkus> [2012-09-17 06:28:55] <dmh> that stupid picture on b caught my eye cuz i work for level3  that if first time dmh joined
  3985.   C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\logo\pastebin.txt (1 hits)
  3986.         Line 41: |                     Dmh                             |
  3987.   C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\logo\new fdf 4.txt (1 hits)
  3988.         Line 41: |                     Dmh                             |
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