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the intrahack zine
(tiz)
issue 1
july 2005

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/ /|
/ __________ ________ _______ / |
/ | | / / |
/ | | / / |
/ | | / / |
/ | | / / |
/ | ___|____ /_______ / |
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ /| |
in this issue | | |
introduction to the zine | | |
webstats, google, and i.p. harvesting | | |
bellsouth mining operation: exposed!!! | | /
hacking vending machines | -+- /
guide to zit popping | /
links, ads, affilates, and spam | /
.mil and .gov doc dropping! | /
mailbox | /
hacker news | /
aol sn project |/
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++>>>>
>>introduction to the zine
tiz is meant to take the place of what was the contingency. bracket handed over
all the data, contacts, etc. to us. we are an underground zine with topics such as
carding, hacking, cracking, data mining, news, electronic rights, brute forcing,
doc dropping, anonymity, phreaking, p2p, etc.
we plan to continue some of the old projects later on once we get a website or a
larger reader-base. we are still accepting appliations for members.

we are looking for a free web host so if you would be interested please contact
sheepbyte. we have absolutely no money! currently the members are:

[zraith]
[a3kton]
[billy hoyle]
[sheepbyte]

we hope to get more activity from a3kton and billy hoyle as they finish up finals.
sheepbyte is not in school so, he can do more hacking!

at the moment we can assure you that the newest issues will be available at our
fine mirror:
www.brokenfloppy.com/tiz
*if you would like to have your mirror listed please email sheepbyte@gmail.com. as
long as there are no pop-unders-overs-ups, no forced voting, you have the file,
and you do not modify the file (except putting in a compressed format), you will
be listed as a mirror. mirrors recieve the file early. you will have to provide a
contact email where we can send the file. you do not have to be an official mirror
to host the file. official mirrors are just a way to insure readers can get the
files on time and help webmasters in need of traffic.

letters, cards, requests for mercy, questions, articles, flames, love letters,
requests to join, and hot chicks may be sent to:
sheepbyte@gmail.com

zraith (zraith@gmail.com)
no pgp key

a3kton (a3kton@gmail.com)
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-----------------------------------
webstats, google, and ip harvesting
---------------------
by: sheepbyte
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
this is a quick little tutorial on how to find webalizer statistics from sites
using google and how to harvest ips. google has many features to help somebody
narrow down their search. in this article i will be talking about using the inurl
function to find webalizer stats. typically, webalizer is set up like this:
website.com/stuffcanbehere/stats/webalizer
we could use the google inurl function to obtain webalizer logs. type inurl:
/stats/webalizer into google and you should get a lot of webalizer stat pages.
most administrators don't mean to leave their webalizer logs open and they never
realize it is bieng accessed. the webalizer logs contain ip addresses, operating
systems, screen resolutions, pages visited (if they have a secret page) and much
more. somebody could automate the browsing of these logs to build a list of ips
and create a zombie network based on the corresponding operating systems and ips.
[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[[bellsouth
mining]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]
-------------------------compiled by sheepbyte and found by binrev
members-----------------------

main topic can be found here:


http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=11798

we have raped, downloaded, pillages, hacked, and snatched most of the files so we
will be mirroring them in the event that they go down. (would they notice an extra
10,000 downloads? of course not!)

http://interconnection.bellsouth.com/markets/lec/ccp/t6dn/cr1195.pdf
you can change the file name to get more files.

http://interconnection.bellsouth.com/markets/lec/ccp_secure/index.html

http://interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/tech_ref/tr-73502.pdf
change names to get more. not chronological!

http://interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/statusing/pdf/eccpss.pdf

http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/other_guides/html/gtstl001/index.h
tm
--test lines
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/other_guides/html/gtstl001/gtstl00
1.pdf
-pdf version

http://interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/bpobr/pdf/lqs.pdf
confidential

http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/other_guides/pdf/ablpa001.pdf
bellsouth lmos aid for performance

http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/other_guides/html/gtstl001/index.h
tm
test lines

http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/lens_tafi/pdf/tafi_is5.pdf
screenshots
http://www.bellsouth.com/areacode/769/
test #s

http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/usoc/html/gusoc101/c26_20.htm
some things

http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/usoc/html/gusoc002/c1_22.htm
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/usoc/html/gusoc002/c1_24.htm
(more stuff)

http://cpr.bst.bellsouth.com/pdf/fcc/filings/appr/521.pdf
(funny)

i will leave the rest of the files for you to explore. remember, changing file
names can find more for you. also, if there is a file name say...
bellsouth.com/xxx/xxx/xxx.pdf you may be able to browse the directories
bellsouth.com/xxx/xxx and bellsouth.com/xxx.

http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/html/usoc.html
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/html/e911_guides.html
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/html/security.html
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/usoc/html/gusoc101/c1_1.htm
http://apps.interconnection.bellsouth.com/npanxx/rep_npanxx.jsp
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/forms/wireless/html/type1lbl.html
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/other_guides/pdf/ablpa001.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/unedocs/rs_hfs.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/statusing/pdf/eccpss.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/tech_ref/tr-73586.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/tech_ref/tr-73586.pdf
cpr.bellsouth.com
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/notifications/network/index.html
http://clec.bellsouth.com/
http://surplus.bellsouth.com/cgi-bin/bsindex.cgi
http://64.233.161.104/search?q=cache:go_wifcsyoej:www.interconnection.bellsouth.co
m/news/releases/ind_bill.html+amdocs+site:.bellsouth.com&hl=en
http://contact.bellsouth.com/acc/illegal_wiretap.html
http://www.bellsouth.com/manual/
http://k12.bellsouth.com/jsp/
http://k12.bellsouth.com/shared/
http://cpr.bst.bellsouth.com/?wp-cs-dump
http://cpr.bst.bellsouth.com/pdf/?wp-cs-dump
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/usoc/csv/usocc.csv
https://cafe.bellsouth.com/cafe1/jsp/login.jsp
https://cafe.bellsouth.com/cafe1/help/userguide_t.htm
http://yp.bellsouth.com/sites/
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/e911/html/gewcg001/c5_1.htm
https://www.bellsouth.com/rnr/html/popssn.html
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/notifications/network/network_pdf/9108250
3.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/training/doc/workshop.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/
http://pmap.bellsouth.com/content/documentation.aspx
http://pmap.bellsouth.com/content/docs/clec_password_req_form.pdf
http://cpr.bst.bellsouth.com/pdf/trans.ftp
http://cpr.bst.bellsouth.com/pdf/tran0813.ftp
http://cpr.bst.bellsouth.com/pdf/strans.ftp
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/html/tech_ref.html
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/usoc/csv/usoc.csv
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/carriertypes/psp/docs/flexani.csv
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/notifications/network/network_pdf/2004036
1.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/notifications/network/network_pdf/2004034
8.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/notifications/carrier/carrier_pdf/9108507
9.pdf
http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:l44vvhgqsogj:www.bellsouth.com/billing/+&hl=en
http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:bjbuog0rjlmj:www.bellsouth.com/billing/contents
.html+&hl=en
http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:hl3nhrpp7n4j:www.bellsouth.com/billing/forms.ht
ml+&hl=en
http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:5rkngeseew8j:www.bellsouth.com/billing/tables.h
tml+&hl=en
http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:g7pjqkrqkxmj:www.bellsouth.com/billing/illust.h
tml+&hl=en
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/soeredits/tafispec.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/main/docs/linessparecapacity.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/statusing/pdf/eccpss.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/products/wireless/wlnp/docs/student_book.
pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/tech_ref/tr-73519.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/news/usergroups/unep_docs/florida_technic
ian_suggestions.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/notifications/carrier/carrier_pdf/not0918
.pdf
http://www.atloaug.org/presentations/mar01pipkin.ppt
https://smlogin.bls.com/login_page/cuidlookup.jsp
https://careerlink.bellsouth.com/staffing/website
https://careerlink.bellsouth.com/staffing/website?action=end
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/inforum/lmu.ppt
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/inforum/workstoppage.ppt
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/inforum/chcon.ppt
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/inforum/cwins.ppt
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/inforum/enhsol.ppt
http://apps.interconnection.bellsouth.com/usoc/usoc_search.jsp
http://apps.interconnection.bellsouth.com/usoc/generate_pdf.jsp
http://personal.lig.bellsouth.net/k/d/kd5eis/index.htm
https://www.bellsouth.com/apps/
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/guides/html/other_guides_files/collo_cont
act_info.xls
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/markets/lec/ccp_live/docs/statuses/change
_requests/cr0325.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/markets/lec/ccp_live/
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/news/usergroups/facility_based_docs/fac_m
eet_min_110502.pdf
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/news/usergroups/html/user_groups.html
http://www.interconnection.bellsouth.com/forms/html/webforms/stdsrch.html
http://www.bellsouth.com/federal/military.htm
http://defaced.projectgamma.com/1999/may/bellsouth.com/hack5.html
http://apps.interconnection.bellsouth.com/npanxx/index.jsp
http://apps.interconnection.bellsouth.com/ncnci/index.jsp
http://www.career-networks.com/p%20mon/
http://www.pnn.gov.co/docs/pruebas/moviles/coexistencia/bellsouth/telecom/
http://www.pnn.gov.co/docs/pruebas/moviles/coexistencia/bellsouth/
http://www.cardweb.com/cardwatch/demo/graphic/bellsouth/
http://www.cswnet.com/~sbooks/genealogy/copyright/bellsouth/bellsouth.htm
http://www.mc.edu/campus/development/images/bellsouth/
http://www.monzell.com/images/bellsouth/
http://www.students.sbc.edu/
http://www.dpi.ufv.br/downloads/sbc
http://personalpages.bellsouth.net/
http://personal.bellsouth.net/
http://home.bellsouth.net/robots.txt
http://ra.bsis.bellsouth.net/
http://www.bims.bellsouth.net/
http://surplus.bellsouth.com/
http://contact.bellsouth.com/
http://k12.bellsouth.com/
http://ftp.bellsouth.net/

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hacking vending machines |
got coke?>got milk?> |
by: |
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this is a follow-up to the article published in 2600 about hacking soda machines.
i will go more in-depth to this topic.i am going to first talk about hacking coke
machines. (the glass front vendor). these machines have a keypad on them and a
glass front.
the default code to get into debug mode is 4-2-3-1. cracking this code would not
be too difficult. 10 minutes would crack the code with no problem. now, when you
first type it in it will go to a menu. press the number 3 to go to different
options. the options you may get are:
error
cash
sales
return

to select a menu press 4. to leave a menu press 1. to scroll press 3. if you press
4 on cash it may take a while but it will display a monetary amount. i talked to
some coke employees and it seems as if this number is the amount of money it has
made in a year. i will leave the sales menu up to you, because it isn't fun if i
tell you everything. the sales menu displays how much money and how many of each
item it has sold. hitting 4 on return will take you out of debug mode. when you
get to the error menu press 4 to see an error. if there are multiple errors you
can press 3 to scroll through them. if you wish to find out more about a certain
error you can hit 4 and get a description. for instance, a refrig error might say
no cool and a vendmech error might say coljam. if there is no return menu you can
press the coin reject button or put a dollar in. coke employees are usually more
than happy to talk with you about the machines. they might give you manuals, or
whatever you would like. one guy game me his service manual which is a hard copy
:)!the more advanced functions need a key to open the machine. the keys are all
the same on the machines i have found. you can call up dixie-narco and request a
key because you lost yours (be prepared to spew names). once you have the machine
open you can do programming. some of the neat features are:
[
custom message
happy hour
free drink
price change
error resetting
contest (1 in every x is free)
etc. etc. etc.
]

i will now talk about hacking the milk machines. these machines have a glass front
and usually have milk in them with a got milk logo (many have hersheys
milkshakes). they have keypads similar to the coke machines and some have bill
acceptors. pressing * and letters will yield interesting results. the external
debug mode on this machine won't let you do much. you can view the temperature,
the power usage, and a few other stupid things like that.

you can obtain manuals for these machines at dixie-narco.com. the best way to
learn about these products is to talk to the service men. they usually are more
than willing to talk and help you out in your journeys. if a service man doesn't
want to help you, don't insist or harass him, because he will probably lie to you.
hacking coke machines is purely a journey of learning. i don't believe there is
anything illegal about hacking coke machines. the passwords are publicly available
on the dixie-narco website and coke can change them if they want to. if the
password is changed and you brute force it, it could be illegal.
\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/
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[guide to zit popping]
[by sheepbyte]
[what the hell does this have to do with hacking? nothing]

i really wish i could do some frickin' ass ascii art for this, but i'm not good at
drawing zits. i remember the years when i was younger, and i wish i had been
better with my face care. people who enjoy pain will probably enjoy zit popping.

popping zits can occur at any point during the life of the zit. if you do not do
it the first day, i reccomend waiting a while for the zit to build up before you
pop it. after mastering the ranks of zit popping, you will get a feel for when a
good time to do it is.
zit popping requires a few tools. you will need 2 fingers, some needle nose
plyers, some tissue, and some finite tools like eyebrow pluckers. many people
think you should scrape off a zit so just the top comes off. scraping is bad.

first, you need to try to use the plyers or pluckers (depending on the location of
the zit and the size). always use pluckers if possible. some zits are un-poppable
because of their location on the face. squeeze the skin around the zit into the
zit so you can still see the zit. squeeze hard until the zit pops. wipe off
whatever may have come out and continue to squeeze.

after you have squeezed the white stuff out you will start squeezing out what
looks like water. keep squeezing! squeeze until you get blood coming out. for best
results squeeze some blood out to clean the inside of the zit a little bit more.
once you are done squeezing, dab the zit with a tissue or cotton ball and you are
done. do not touch the zit. within the day the zit should disappear or become
unnoticeable. zit popping is best to do on weekends if you are not going to see
people. do not pop zits less than 15 minutes before leaving the house, you will
look like an idiot. of course, if you take good care of your face you won't have
to pop zits. i hope you find zits easier to deal with now.

[i know this has been a really stupid article. please send in your articles,
letters, questions, flames, links, ads, personals, classifieds, and stuff so i
don't have to write stupid shit like this!!!!!]

btw: tiz is zit spelled backwards!!! this was not intended, but oh well...
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http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/database/ss/default.asp
ssns of dead people!!!

http://windwake.net/interesting_numbers.txt
a great list of interesting numbers pertaining to bell.

brokenfloppy.com/bt
broken floppy shows via bit torrent [experimental]

magnet:?xt=urn:sha1:lj3dmhzu6cipfqdhy2ccmpbrvlltfpet&xt=urn:kzhash:3d2babcb8714810
944e1eaa625ef540dabd2016ba362fe8068bd3cb563a33b5a1323a65e&xt=urn:tree:tiger:mlrp25
d2zpmpe3egg2oldqr6qi4b7mu64co5h5a&xt=urn:ed2k:43ef0d06ee8a441f796c49f82544750e&xl=
115521978&dn=broken_floppy_3.wmv
broken floppy 3 magnet link

ed2k://|file|broken_floppy_3.wmv|115521978|43ef0d06ee8a441f796c49f82544750e|
broken floppy 3 ed2k hash/link

http://bitzi.com/society/hacking_files
submit your bitzi bitprints and file judgements to this bitsociety so people can
get good hacking files and stay away from bad ones.

got a link you would like to see here? send your link/ad/classified/personal to
sheepbyte@gmail.com for a free listing!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ .mil and .gov robots.txt files


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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ and hidden stuff
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ by: sheepbyte
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ok guys, here we go. every .mil and .gov robots.txt file and every hidden thing we
could find that they link to! we are not afraid to drop the docs on, rape,
pillage, plunder, burn, sue, attack, harass, dismantle. destroy, or poke fun at
the u.s. government because us law is not international law or policy.
if you know of a .gov or .mil site, .mil/.gov robots.txt file, or interesting
file/directory we didn't include, please email sheepbyte!
~this doc droppage has been brought to you by tiz

http://www.dia.mil/robots.txt
http://www.hill.af.mil/robots.txt
http://bob.usuhs.mil/robots.txt
http://www.army.mil/robots.txt
http://www.dod.mil/robots.txt
http://rad.usuhs.mil/robots.txt
http://www.centcom.mil/robots.txt
http://www.usuhs.mil/robots.txt
http://www.af.mil/robots.txt
http://www.pentagon.mil/robots.txt

http://www.whitehouse.gov/robots.txt
http://thomas.loc.gov/robots.txt
http://loc.gov/robots.txt
http://www.npoess.noaa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.noaa.gov/robots.txt
http://landsat7.usgs.gov/robots.txt
http://www.usgs.gov/robots.txt
http://ceres.ca.gov/robots.txt
http://www.ca.gov/robots.txt
http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.doc.nv.gov/robots.txt
http://www.nv.gov/robots.txt
http://www.fda.gov/robots.txt
http://www.epa.gov/robots.txt
http://pasadena.wr.usgs.gov/robots.txt
http://wr.usgs.gov/robots.txt
http://ein.nbii.gov/robots.txt
http://www.nbii.gov/robots.txt
http://www.oar.noaa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.noaa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.susdev.noaa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.state.gov/robots.txt
http://umbra.nascom.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://nascom.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.oarhq.noaa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.lib.noaa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.nsf.gov/robots.txt
http://www.anl.gov/robots.txt
http://infoserve.library.sandia.gov/robots.txt
http://library.sandia.gov/robots.txt
http://www.sandia.gov/robots.txt
http://www.doi.gov/robots.txt
http://www.uscourts.gov/robots.txt
http://www.va.gov/robots.txt
http://www.treasury.gov/robots.txt
http://www.hud.gov/robots.txt
http://www.osha-slc.gov/robots.txt
http://www.fsa.usda.gov/robots.txt
http://www.usda.gov/robots.txt
http://disc1.gsfc.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://gsfc.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://cia.gov/robots.txt
http://www.house.gov/robots.txt
http://es.epa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.epa.gov/robots.txt
http://ssdoo.gsfc.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://usinfo.state.gov/robots.txt
http://sfports.wr.usgs.gov/robots.txt
http://wr.usgs.gov/robots.txt
http://www.nsa.gov/robots.txt
http://lilys.lbl.gov/robots.txt
http://www.lbl.gov/robots.txt
http://www.ams.usda.gov/robots.txt
http://www.opm.gov/robots.txt (spell it out.. opium hahaha)(!)
http://authorities.loc.gov/robots.txt
http://www.usdoj.gov/robots.txt
http://www.dhs.gov/robots.txt
http://www.nps.gov/robots.txt
http://www.cia.gov/robots.txt
http://fcf.grc.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://grc.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://dtpws4.ncifcrf.gov/robots.txt
http://www.ncifcrf.gov/robots.txt
http://www.bts.gov/robots.txt
http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://jpl.nasa.gov/robots.txt
http://www.pentagon.gov/robots.txt

www.army.mil/usapa/eforms
-army forms (duh!)

http://www.army.mil/100days/
-100 days is over.. some contest or something

dod.mil/robots.txt
-redir -> http://www.defenselink.mil/robots.txt

dod.gov/robots.txt
-redir -> http://www.defenselink.mil/robots.txt

http://www.defenselink.mil/dodsrch
-funny 403 message

http://rad.usuhs.mil/software/
-used to have software?

http://rad.usuhs.mil/secrets/
-really funny!
{
if you are a web bot, you are a bad netizen.
this page should never be loaded by a robot, as it has been excluded in the
robots.txt file.
if you used some misbehaving robot to get to [link] this page your site and robot
may be blocked from accessing this site in the future. also your site and robot
name will be featured on the offending robots and webcrawlers page.

however, if you just are surfing normally and got the idea to look at this page
from the above page, nothing will happen.

for email robots we have a special email address that they better not use, as the
address clearly indicates when they visited this page and if this address is ever
used it will be easy to track them down. bot.monday, 30-may-2005 04:58:55
gmt@bob.usuhs.mil. to make other robots happy as well, we also include some links
to this very page but with different names this allows those robots to request the
same page over and over again. to slow them down however, this page always takes
at least 20 seconds to load.
}

http://rad.usuhs.mil/bots/
-bad robots list

http://www.centcom.mil/casrep.asp
-dedication to journalists mia

http://www.centcom.mil/centcomnews/investigation%20reports/
-investigative reports

http://www.usuhs.mil/2006/
-msii 2006 graduation countdown

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/
-2005 graduation countdown

http://www.usuhs.mil/2004/
-what do you think?

http://www.usuhs.mil/2006/_themes/ws_ftp.log
-a log with ips and dirs

http://www.usuhs.mil/apg/restricted_access_vitruvian/
-password prompt

http://www.usuhs.mil/apg/restricted_access_no1/
-password prompt

http://www.usuhs.mil/apg/restricted_access_msi/
-password prompt

http://usuhs.mil/apg/borke_exams/
-password prompt (believed to be name and military id #)

http://www.usuhs.mil/2004/_vti_pvt/linkinfo.cnf
-emails and links

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_vti_pvt/linkinfo.cnf
-what in the fucking hell do you think???

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_borders/ws_ftp.log
-golly gee willikers! it's an ftp log!
http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_derived/
-random assorted files

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_derived/ws_ftp.log
-i wonder how much omgbinrevdollars this would go for...

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_overlay/ws_ftp.log
-omg binrevdollars!

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_overlay/
-assorted nothingness

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_private/ws_ftp.log
-i like those pancakes at village in with the smiley face. i wonder if they really
want to be food...

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_private/isf_c_study_aids.htm.cnt
-weird file

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_private/form_results.txt
-empty text file

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_private/_vti_cnf/ws_ftp.log
-arg! jump arg! on arg! the arg! banana arg! boat arg!

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_private/_vti_cnf/feedback.txt
-some type of log

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_private/_vti_cnf/isf_c_study_aids.htm.cnt
-log? weird file

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_private/_vti_cnf/form_results.txt
-log? weird file

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_overlay/_vti_cnf/
-pictures and omgbinrevdollars

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_overlay/_vti_cnf/ws_ftp.log
-why are you still reading links you will never visit!!!!!??!?!?!?!

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_derived/_vti_cnf/
-assorted pics

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_derived/_vti_cnf/ws_ftp.log
-free money!

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_borders/_vti_cnf/ws_ftp.log
-free ice cream on tuesday!

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_vti_pvt/linkinfo.cnf
-long lost of links, locations, logs, and emails

http://www.usuhs.mil/asd/
-assorted html, gif, and doc files. nothing special

http://www.usuhs.mil/asd/tof/
-travel forms
http://usuhs.mil/adm/
-admissions

http://usuhs.mil/adm/catalog/
-pdfs and docs

http://usuhs.mil/adm/gsncat/
-assorted files. has a finder.dat file *lol*

http://usuhs.mil/2006/_derived/
-assorted webfiles

http://usuhs.mil/2006/_derived/ws_ftp.log
-13k ftp log

http://usuhs.mil/2006/_derived/_vti_cnf/
-assorted webfiles

http://usuhs.mil/2006/_derived/_vti_cnf/ws_ftp.log
-17k ftp log

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_vti_pvt/
-weird files and logs. part of a todo list

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_vti_pvt/_vti_cnf/
-i wonder??? has a ftp log

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_themes/
-themes for... *shudder* windows?

http://www.usuhs.mil/2005/_themes/ws_ftp.log
-omgbinrevdollars

http://www.usuhs.mil/assurances/
-assorted web files

http://www.usuhs.mil/usage/
-webalizer stats!

http://usuhs.mil/uis/documentation/
-documentation! the documentation boss! the documentation!

http://usuhs.mil/tsnrp/srarea/
-password prompt

http://usuhs.mil/tsnrp/acarea/
-password prompt

http://usuhs.mil/ogc/mhln/password/
-password prompt

http://usuhs.mil/ogc/cgi-bin/
-password prompt

http://usuhs.mil/mtn/desktop/
-user desktop filez!!!
http://usuhs.mil/gsn/
-documents and interesting subfolders

http://www.af.mil/articlexml/airforcenews.xml
-a xml feed

http://www.af.mil/vx30/
-vx30 demo page

http://www.af.mil/vx30/com.html
-air force snow commercial

http://www.af.mil/vx30/afns.html
-air force news service report

http://www.af.mil/videotest/
-streaming video test

http://www.loc.gov/ficmanagers
-password prompt

http://www.loc.gov/rr/mopic/staff/
-construction information for the new national av conservation center
-"for internal staff only"

http://www.loc.gov/rr/mopic/staff/const-photos-2005mar.html
-photos of the new base

http://www.loc.gov/rr/mopic/staff/driving.html
-driving directions to base

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/
-big open dir listing

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/staff/fairness/
-ethnic/racial/other staff breakup

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/nac/
-network advisory...

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/loc/awards.html
-awards the loc site recieved

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/coll/nucmc/cgi-bin/
-the loc is now open source

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/acq/
-tons of shit in here, didn't look at it all

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/acq/supplier_accounts_exchange.html
-loc supplier accounts

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/acq/official_exchange_suppliers.html
-bigger list

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/acq/official_exchange_sup.html
-more
http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/rr/news/
-lots of news shit

http://www.loc.gov/web_arch/rr/
-pretty much every directory you can think of

http://www.whitehouse.gov/features/text/
-white house features. nothing much

http://www.whitehouse.gov/ghosts/text/
-about ghosts in the white house..

http://www.npoess.noaa.gov/news/news_temp/
-temp news files

http://www.npoess.noaa.gov/news/news_temp/sf1449.rtf
-an official document (contract of some kind)

http://www.npoess.noaa.gov/news/news_temp/listphysical3.php
-weird error message

http://landsat.usgs.gov/pend_acq/
-ftp listing of landsat images seperated by year and month

http://landsat.usgs.gov/l5_pend_acq/
-same idea

http://ceres.ca.gov/images/
-take a wild guess. i don't give a flying fuck.

http://ceres.ca.gov/images/counters/
-official web hit counters

http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/igscb/
-big ftp root

http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/igscb/product/
-lots of archives. don't know what they are. should we download them all? #files
will be raped

http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/igscb/mail/directory.txt
-the nasa phone/email/etc. directory

http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/igscb/station/
-lotz 0 logz #files raped

http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov/igscb/mail/
-take a wild guess biatches! #files will be raped

more government directories, secrets, files, and porn next time. like anybody is
actually reading this...
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endif radio:
endif radio is going to start releasing a zine. the radio show's activity will
progress from dwindling to barely-there.

june 2600 meetings:


if you weren't there then you should be hunted down and shot.

blacklisted! 411:
the first missing issue will be a "subscribers only" issue and the spring one will
be released later. (the winter one may be bought as a back issue.)

apple switches to intel:


like i need to say anything

[send your hacker news to sheepbyte@gmail.com]

################################### aol sn project


##############################################
hackers unite to make a aol keygen! send us your aol cd info!
send all this information if possible:

version
your reg# and password
friends reg# and password (indicate if friends)
where you got the cd
any other aol insider info *snicker*

we will be making a keygen for aol registration numbers and password, so please
send any info you have! send info to:
sheepbyte@gmail.com

if anybody knows what that 6-digit number below the passwords in a white box is
for please tell us!

sh0utz and greetz to:


stank dawg [you've been really busy lately... thanks for all the hard work!]
black ratchet (congrats 4 defcon!!!)
cypress (of broken floppy)
psypherx [too leet, just too damn leet ]
minion [you are too leet for us mortals /me bows]
spaz101 (catsex!)
telcobob (no fortune for you! {fortune cookie nazi} )
natas [keep those docs coming! coo.... coo... lol]

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*note: tiz mirrors should have the nasa directory by now either formatted or non-
formatted. if the nasa mirror goes down be sure to get the files at our mirrors.
another copy can be found here:
http://www.brokenfloppy.com/tiz/directory.txt

tiz has a custom license. here is how it works:


you can distribute this file provided you do not change the contents. you may
include it in any commercial or non-commercial compilation. you may make
derivitave works such as critical reviews, songs about the zine, articles about or
follow-ups to the articles presented in the zine, etc. you may re-distribute
individual articles under the same license. we are not assholes and we respect
your fair use rights. you are free to make hard copies of our journal. we respect
your right to privacy and anonymity. if you request to be anonymous we will keep
you anonymous. many of the things tiz deals with rely on anonymity.

"with great power comes great responsibility."


~ we here at tiz understand that. we have a responsibility to the hacker community
and to the world to set a good example. we will never lose touch with that like
past famous hacker groups or zines. never

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