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1987 August 25

  • Zip - DOS / Computer tool
  •   Demozoo
  • Lord Blix, program credits

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/-------------------------------------------------------------------\ | | | G U N B E L T ] I [ | | by Lord Blix | | | | Documentation | | Aug. 25, 1987 | | | \-------------------------------------------------------------------/ Welcome to the exciting world of Gunbelt 3 (yawn). Gunbelt is an all- encompassing tool for the exploration of all functions of your IBM or compatible modem. It is intended to be used in a legal manner. Any other use if hereby forbidden! (of course, who cares what I say). FEATURES: * New windowing routines to make the whole thing seem much more organized. * Complete Configuration menu which can be called from anywhere within the program. * 100-Entry Extender Dialing Directory which stores all relevant information about a number and also may be called from wherever you are. INCLUDING: Last Time Called Number of Good Codes Percentage of Good Codes Output Filename etc... * The Modem Irritation Mode finally works! You can irritate up to twenty of your closest enemies at the same time. * Wargames dialer capable of dialing through five different exchanges (976 recommended) with different range sizes. Output may go to screen, disk, printer or any combination. * Gunner 3.0 - Now supports four code algorythms while concurrently dialing up to 12 of your favorite exchanges. Each code may use a different technique. * Full editing supported on the destination numbers file. * Coming in Gunbelt 3.1 - An on-line Mini-term program to check out Wardialed numbers. And Finally... * A nice credits page mentioning the names of all the people who'd people really upset if I didn't. Enough, already. On with the instructions.... Reconfigure Gunbelt [^T]: ------------------------- Select this option the first time you run Gunbelt. You may either highlight this from the main menu or merely hit [Ctrl]-[T] from wherever you are. All options are pretty well self-explanatory. Be sure to set Gunbelt to the proper COM port number with this feature. You may find it necessary to exit the program and re-run it after doing this. Edit Number Directory [^N]: --------------------------- Selecting this option will bring up your exchange list. The following options will then work: [Enter] - This will TAG or UNTAG an exchange. Only the tagged files will be used by the code hacker. [E] - Edit the highlighted entry. You will be asked for all information about the exchange at this file. [X] - Return to previous operation. Wardialer 1.1 ------------- Everyone knows what this is for. And if you don't then stop reading this and go to sleep. Commands are: [E] - Edit the Exchange List. [X] - Return to main menu. [S] - Begin the hacking. [1] - Toggle OUTPUT TO SCREEN. [2] - Toggle OUTPUT TO PRINTER. [3] - Toggle OUTPUT TO DISK. (filename: Gunbelt.War) Wardialer 1.1 - Exchange List ----------------------------- This is where you enter the ranges you wish your computer to look over. Commands are: [E] - Edit an exchange entry. [D] - Delete and exchange from the list. [X] - Return to Wardialer menu. Gunner 3.0 ---------- This is the latest version of Gunner, a very nice code hacker. Commands are: [S] - Start hacking out codes. [X] - Return to main menu. [M] - Change Mode (see notes). [D] - Access the destination numbers. Gunner 3.0 - Destination Numbers -------------------------------- Here is your list of reliable carrier tones that can is used to detected a good code. A maximum of 21 can be saved and are accessed at random. Commands are: [A] - Add number to list. [D] - Delete last entry. [S] - Save Destination Numbers to disk. [L] - Load Destination Numbers. (This is usually done automatically). NOTES: Code Algorythm Modes --------------------------- Gunbelt ]I[ supports four methods of producing its codes. 1] SHORT SEQUENCE - A small number will be added to your starting code. For instance, if you chose a starting code of 321230 and a short increment of 3, the resulting codes would be: 321230, 321233, 321236, 321239, etc.. 2] RANDOM SEQUENCE - A random number will be added to your starting code. You choose the maximum possible jump between 5 and 2000. Gunbelt will choose a random number between 1 and that number. 3] GUNBELT 2.0 - This was the only mode support in older versions of this program. If you are very sure that there are some codes hiding out in a certain area, use this. You choose a "block size", for example, 25. Gunbelt then scrambles all codes in a block of 25, starting from your base code. It then dials these in a random order. No sequencial dialing and you get every code. 4] SHOT IN THE DARK - You are not asked for any information in this mode. All codes are created using only the code length. This is especially useful if you're looking for a cache of good codes. I've had very good luck with this. When changing modes, hit [M]. You will be asked for the extender entry number. This number is listed to the left of your tagged extender at the top of the screen. Modem Irritation Mode --------------------- Tired of munchies who have a peaceful night's sleep? Unable to get out to blow their house up? Well put in the phone numbers of up to 20 of your favorite peons, turn off the speaker (hit [Ctrl]-[T]), and go to sleep. Commands are: [A] - Add number to death list. [D] - Delete last entry from list. [S] - Start the fun! [X] - Return to main menu. View Credits ------------ A list of really nice boards and sysops who wanted to be mentioned. Terminal Mode ------------- This isn't used quite yet. But it will be a term program linked to the wardialer so you can check out all carriers. Exit to DOS ----------- We're not quite sure how this works yet, but we'll keep you posted. NOTES OF INTEREST (maybe): We will be sending out pre-made lists of destination numbers for you to load and use. Or if you have some good ones, send them to one of the boards listed on the credits page. There is NO picture of Andy Capp on here, Creeping. Quit looking for it. Well, ok... /----\ / x x x\ / x /----\oo |--/ oooo \ \ \--/ \ / ---- ---- Yeah, it does look like a broken light bulb. -LB
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