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Answering Machines

Arrow Image Hacking answering machines and there default passcodes



Alright everybody in this article I am going to show you how to hack
peoples answering machines :).(this is my first article so bare with me)


Ok so the first thing I am gonna talk about is preset passwords on peoples
home phones answering machines. The awsome thing about these passwords is
that alot of people never change them ;). So why don't we look at a couple
of phones and there default passwords from the manufacturer.....



Panasonic KX-TG6502B defaultpass (11)

Panasonic KX-TG6500 defaultpass (11)

Panasonic KX-TG-6502 defaultpass (11)

Panasonic KX-TG2343 defaultpass (11)

AT&T (a select few) defaultpass (10)

Uniden EXAI5180 defaultpass (080) *have to enter it during the greeting

Uniden EXAI2248 defaultpass (080) *also have to enter it during the greeting

BellSouth RB-MH9049 Main Mailbox defaultpass (999)
Mailbox 1 defaultpass (555)
Mailbox 2 defaultpass (666)
Mailbox 3 defaultpass (777)
Mailbox 4 defaultpass (888)

Motorola MA361 defaultpass (*123)

GE 2-9869 defaultpass (1234)

ToneTel Telecom defaultpass (1111#)

Grande phone defaultpass (9999)

Samsung SGH-D500 defaultpass (00000000)


As you can see they are not very complicated passcodes. And once your
in you can listen to messages or delete them or even record a new
greeting! Here is a link that shows how bad this can affect someone
http://bogornews.. . .SLPVXLQT2R. Also
from experience I have found that alot of peoples
answering machines passcodes are the last four digits of there own phone
number. And the old 1234 is quite common too. Hope you enjoyed my little
article.

skathgh420

Comments

fuseron July 11 2008 - 19:29:54
pretty cool.
skathgh420on July 11 2008 - 19:30:30
thanx man and its really fun to mess with lol :happy:
god_peeton July 11 2008 - 21:27:17
Nice one Grin
SwartMumbaon July 11 2008 - 22:04:53
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SwartMumbaon July 11 2008 - 22:05:23
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SwartMumbaon July 11 2008 - 22:05:54
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SwartMumbaon July 11 2008 - 22:06:17
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SwartMumbaon July 11 2008 - 22:08:53
Oh fuck me. At least I can still say I have never double posted before. xD Or wait, I can blame it on the fact that I really hated this article.
darksunon July 11 2008 - 23:08:57
Yo swartmumba...wtf is wrong with your sorry ass bitch? if you dont like it,you can act normal.The whole f'ing world hates you,but WE ALL STILL ACT NORMAL.So ffs dude...get into some serious sessions with some respected psychiatrists or something Smile F'ing retard...:happy:
darksunon July 12 2008 - 00:20:21
yo SwartMumba... i maybe shouldnt have flamed you straight ayway. But i cant stand people flaming ffs!So,therefore i flamed your flaming...you see Smile Nothing more or less.So i am sorry for that,and me not reading the article and flame straight along with you!
SwartMumbaon July 12 2008 - 00:28:20
The whole world hates me? Nah only you because I am sleeping with your mom. Seriously, all jokes aside, keep your comments to the article. The quadruple post - god damn that sounds bad - was a mistake and I do believe that my comment towards the article was appropriate and just. So common, keep the insults at bay. Smile
skathgh420on July 12 2008 - 01:31:36
O and for the record most of these pass codes have to be entered while recording Grin unless stated other wise
skathgh420on July 12 2008 - 04:20:38
Also I'd like to ask why SwartMumba, why do you not like my article??? (not that you not intitled to your own opinion or anything just wandering?)
skathgh420on July 12 2008 - 05:02:46
@ SwartMumba even though you didn't like my article I agree with the whole "The quadrupal post- god damn that sounds bad" statement.
Uber0non July 12 2008 - 09:09:29
This article has potential to be really good - but it needs some more love to get there Wink the list of default passwords is great but a bit more technical information about answeing machines, alternate ways of getting into them etc would make it better ^^
richohealeyon July 13 2008 - 10:32:18
urgh.. someone want to explain the difference between Hacking and cracking to him..?
korgon July 14 2008 - 02:07:03
@richohealey Agree. But most people are stupid and just plug them in and record a message.
Mephistoon July 14 2008 - 16:42:30
Where did you steal this list? No, really, where?
skathgh420on July 14 2008 - 17:54:44
Actually I didn't steal it some are from personal experience and others I looked up Grin
Zephyr_Pureon September 01 2008 - 06:30:24
Well, it's unique in the sense that I don't believe anyone else on the site has bothered with this topic. Have to agree, though... take away the passcodes, and there's nothing. Your second article will be better, I'm sure.
ice_sdon September 23 2008 - 19:02:56
Props for potential. Everyone's gota start somewhere =)
game_freakon March 01 2009 - 22:18:32
how to do it..Grin http://www.docdroppers.org/wiki/index.php?title=Checking_answering_machines_remotely#Panasonic_KX-TG6502B.2C_and_KX-TG6500_and_KX-TG-6502_cordless_phones
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