Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Another Hacking Documentation


 Documentation for  [  A U T O - H A C K  ]  version 1.0



Written by: Grimalkin,  08/12/86


NOTICE:  This program was written to further the education of the IBM PC

         computer users out there, and was not intended to be used in any

         method other than educationally.  Any uses other than learning about

         Hayes compatible modems are the responsibility of the end user.




AutoHack version 1.0

Copyright [C] 1986 by Grimalkin


Program thanks to: Spam Master



First, a general overview of AutoHack.  It contains two basic programs in

one.  A Scanner, which will scan through a set range of numbers and check for

carriers, and a Hacker, which will "hack" through codes on a given Long

Distance service, such as MCI, Sprint, Metrophone, or Allnet.



 Hacking Section



The hacking section options consist of two subchoices, Begin, and Reconfigure.

We will start with Reconfigure.


Reconfigure allows you to change virtually every parameter in AutoHack Hacking

Section.  Here is a brief explaination of all of them.


COM port.............The COM port that your modem is in.  Can only be 1 or 2

Hack port............The telephone number of the Long Distance service you wish

                     to hack on.

Start code...........The code to start hacking with.

Increment............Allows you to set it to add a certain number to the code

                     to try each time.  If 0 is selected, it will be a totally

                     random code, and if 99 is selected it will increment the

                     code with a random number between 1 and 10.

Time.................The number of minutes you want the hacker to run

Opening delay........The number of seconds you want to wait after the Hack

                     port is dialed, before the code/number is dialed.

Wait carrier delay...The number of seconds you want to wait for a carrier after

                     the dialing process begins (includes dialing time)

Length of code.......The number of digits in the code

Number of carrier....A telephone number to try that ALWAYS gives a carrier.

                     It is a good idea to use one out of your own free-calling



When you have reconfigured it to your needs, hit [Q] [RETURN] to quit.  This

will save the configuration so you will not need to reconfigure again the next

time you run AutoHack.


Now, you select "Begin Hacking" from the Hacking menu, and the process will

begin.  If you wish to stop the hacker completely, hit [X].  If you wish to

hide the screen, press [H].  Hiding the screen will put a fake screen over top

with the words " The Genius Compiler " on the screen, and false compiling

messages on the screen.  When the hack is finished, if the screen is still

hidded, it will display some status.  The status "Error:" is the number of

working codes you have gotten.  Pressing any key will return to the main

Hack menu.


If you are in "Hide" mode, [H] will return you to the normal screen, and [X]

will still quit.



 Scanning section



The Scanner also has a reconfigure screen.  These are the options it has:


LD Prefix.......The Long Distance prefix to dial before dialing the number to

                check for carrier.  This allows you to Scan a long distance

                area with MCI, Sprint, Metro, or another service, rather than

                paying with AT & T.  To Scan numbers within your free-calling

                area, type [/] at the prompt to change it and it will become


Area code.......This is the area code of the numbers to be Scanned.  If the

                LD Prefix is blank, however, this is ignored.

Prefix..........This is the three digit prefix to the numbers to be Scanned.

Start number....This is the first of the four digit numbers to be scanned.

                (xxx/xxx-nnnn <- nnnn represents the start number)

End number......This is the last number to be Scanned (see Start number)

Delay...........This is the number of seconds to wait for a carrier at a given

                Scanned number.


When you are finished, press [Q] [RETURN].  Notice that these options, too,

are saved so they do not need to be configured each time.


When you begin, it will scan the numbers you have specified.  You may press [X]

to abort.  Since this is not an illegal activity, I have found no reason to

put the Hide Screen option in this section.



 Reading the results



When a Hack or a Scan is finished, the results will be in a file on the disk

called "Codes.Dat" (for the Hacker) or "Scanner.Dat" (for the Scanner).  These

files may then be printed out or just "Typed" on the screen from DOS.


NOTE: Be sure to print these files, or rename them, before beginning another

      Hack or Scan, otherwise they will be overwritten.. I.E.. Poof!



 That's it



That's it.. the end of the docs for AutoHack.  If you would like to get in

contact with either me or Spam Master concerning this program or future

versions, contact me on the Apple boards listed in the Credits section, or

contact Spam Master on the IBM boards.


Note that this blog entry is posted merely for informative purpose and this documentation can be found in the internet.
It'd be nice of you to use this documentation for purely educational purposes as I am using them now.
Please, have your comments posted or email


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