Data General

38 Date: Feb 03/87 Time: 4:23 Pm

Subject: Fuck!


Did you know that Data General systems always start off with “Logon:”. These systems are really the easiest to hack. When they ask for the account number after using the logon password, the machine reads each character and not the whole word after pressing return. You know what that means! That means these systems are ideal for hacking programs like Demon Dialer or my recent aquired hacker, Telenet Hacker. The system is usually run on CP/M so you have the standard CP/M commands once you are in the system. A few systems you might like to try if you have the numbers are Bank of Commerce and Toronto Dominion. I am reluctant to give them out. I am scared of them being abused and then in turn having the number changed on me.

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39 Date: Feb 03/87 Time: 4:29 Pm

Subject: Continued…


I also found from experince is that most Data General systems have passwords with 2 numbers and 4 letters. Example: 93HCQA

Some also have ctrl characters between the letters. When hacking Data General systems, be careful not to make too many mistakes once into the system, as it has a system log. Also, if the machine thinks it is being hacked or being abused, it will automatically shut down. This is a real bummer. Anyways, enough for now, I will talk later about Vega systems.


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