Has this number, originally found in the websurfer registry, changed?
Registration account phone number (modified 0 times)
After diverse went through websurfer.com's sites and found all that hidden information, the initial registration PPP account phone number (1-888-251-1781) was shut off (busy signal). Has this affected people's ability to sign up for the service? What happens to the people who bought a websurfer for it's intended purpose and now get a busy signal? Do the newer units have a different number? Some updates on this would be useful, I wonder how innovator plans to get around people using the registration account for other purposes....they may be fielding it from tech support calls (tech support tells customer to enter new info) but it would still be possible to get the info with a little social engineering. The original thread was http://www.linux-hacker.net/cgi-bin/UltraBoard/UltraBoard.pl?Action=ShowPost&Board=wsgeneral&Post=76, contains the following pertinent info:
RE:Hidden Websurfer QNX info, and Company info (modified 0 times) yomama
name = "AboveNet"
tsusername = "surfacct"
tspassword = "zQ2rKsaPJ"
dns1 = "220.127.116.11"
dns2 = "18.104.22.168"
npa1 = "888"
nxx1 = "251"
ext1 = "1781"
npa2 = ""
nxx2 = ""
ext2 = ""
phone1 = "1-888-251-1781"
phone2 = "1-888-251-1781"
paporchap = "PAP"
If you want to hack the registration process
RE:Registration account phone number (modified 0 times)
Yeah, but he wasn't looking for directions how to make the WS work without going through the registration number, etc. (which, incidentally, is a terrific hack!). He actually is looking to use the registration number as a free ISP period... ahem.
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