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#8137 - 09/11/03 01:51 AM Stupid Newbie Question
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Hey people, I apologize for this stupid newbie question....

I have port scanned IPs, etc, but how do I dial into the system? I found the ports, but I just want to know how to dial in, do I use IPs on something or what?

*apologizes once again for stupid newbie question*

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#8138 - 09/11/03 01:59 AM Re: Stupid Newbie Question
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it looks like you aren't sure what you are talking about there. read. that is the best answer i can give you. find yourself a tuorial or something.

try this it may help...


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#8139 - 09/11/03 08:17 AM Re: Stupid Newbie Question
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download A-dial from hackers.com - that will help u find numbers that have computers on the other end

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#8140 - 09/11/03 08:19 AM Re: Stupid Newbie Question
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#8141 - 09/11/03 08:26 AM Re: Stupid Newbie Question
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Listen guys, lay off the 80s text files. You'll be veeeeeery hard pressed nowadays to find a computer to dial in to.

ShadowNinja: Like Infinite mentioned to someone else in another topic, you need to let go of the mouse, and step away from the computer. If you don't know why I'd say something like that to begin with, you just need to play russian roulette with a semiauto glock. Capisce? Good.

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#8142 - 09/11/03 03:49 PM Re: Stupid Newbie Question
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I would agree with unreal. Do not waste time on doing random number ranges. Scan telephone ranges of large businesses. I still find alot belonging to hospitals and retail stores. I can list the few companies I know here that have Remote Access Dialin also.

So they are around, its just not quite as prevalent as it used to be, so start looking in a more specific place. And no, don't reply asking where.

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#8143 - 09/11/03 11:58 PM Re: Stupid Newbie Question
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I think maybe he's just using the wrong language for what he actually wants to do? Or maybe I'm just confused. But by dial-in, maybe you just mean connect to the computer, ShadowNinja? If that is the case, on the port that you find open on a certain IP, you'll want to use a program called Telnet to connect to it. If you're on windows go Start->Run and type in Telnet, then read the instructions. If this is not what he meant and everyone else who already posted is right, then my bad, sorry for the wasted post.


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#8144 - 09/13/03 02:46 AM Re: Stupid Newbie Question
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eh, I figured it out, but hey I'm a newbie and I'm reading stuff, so lay off it

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