Voice Mail Default Passwords

  • VoiceMail Default Password List
    By Ethernet
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    *These where only collected by me and compiled
    
    Intro:
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    This little article will cover 21 different Voice Mail and Answering Machine default codes.  Following are some quick (but useless) bruteforcing steps.  
    Enjoy.
    
    General Passwords:
    ==================
    [1] T-Mobile SDAâ.¢ :: Last four digits of mobile number
    [2] AT&T          :: 111111
    [3] Mobile        :: 1234
    [4] Telus         :: # + Mailbox number
    [5] Qwest         :: (none)
    [6] SBC           :: (none)
    [7] Bell Canada   :: Last 7 digits of phone number
    [8] Norstar       :: 0000
    [9] Vodacom       :: 1111
    [10] MTN          :: 1234
    [11] OneConnect   :: 1234
    [12] CINDI        :: 1111 or 1234 or 9876 or 0000
    [13] Free Optus   :: The number you dialed
    [14] Unity VMB    :: Dial 6700 - Password is 12345
    [15] Swisscom     :: 2355 
    [16] NCAR         :: 123456
    [17] Hancock      :: 0000
    [18] Verison VMB  :: Your 7 digit telephone number
    [19] i-Post       :: 1234#
    [20] Meridian     :: *1# or bx# or 0000# or 1111# or 1234#
    [21] Octel        :: 0000 or 1234 or 1234567
    
    
    Brute Forcing:
    ==============
    Dont feal like guessing the password?  Brute Force it.
    This works well on AT&T Answering Machines.
    
    ::1 Digit::
    
    1. Dial the phone number.
    2. Enter the following code:
    
     0123456789
    
    ::2 Digits::
    
    1. Dial the phone number and wait for the automated responce
    2. Enter the following code very quickly:
    
     1234567898765432135792468642973147
     4193366994488552277539596372582838
     491817161511026203040506070809001
    
    3. You just entered every possible 2 digit combination. 
    You'll know you hit the right one when the messages start playing.
                   
    However unpractical it might seem, i also dug up every possible 3 digit
    combinartion.
    
    ::3 Digits::
    
    1. Dial the phone number.
    2. Enter the following code:
    
     000100200300400500600700800900
     01101201301401501601701801901
     02102202302402502602702802902
     03103203303403503603703803903
     04104204304404504604704804904
     05105205305405505605705805905
     06106206306406506606706806906
     07107207307407507607707807907
     08108208308408508608708808908
     09109209309409509609709809909
     11211311411511611711811911
     12212312412512612712812912
     13213313413513613713813913
     14214314414514614714814914
     15215315415515615715815915
     16216316416516616716816916
     17217317417517617717817917
     18218318418518618718818918
     19219319419519619719819919
     222322422522622722822922
     2323323423523623723823923
     2424324424524624724824924
     2525325425525625725825925
     2626326426526626726826926
     2727327427527627727827927
     2828328428528628728828928
     2929329429529629729829929
     333433533633733833933
     3434434534634734834934
     3535435535635735835935
     3636436536636736836936
     3737437537637737837937
     3838438538638738838938
     3939439539639739839939
     444544644744844944
     4545545645745845945
     4646546646746846946
     4747547647747847947
     4848548648748848948
     4949549649749849949
     555655755855955
     5656656756856956
     5757657757857957
     5858658758858958
     5959659759859959
     666766866966
     6767767867967
     6868768868968
     6969769869969
     777877977
     7878878978
     7979879979
     888988
     8989989
     999
    
    After that it just gets to be way too much to put in.  I must admit the brute forcing is kind of pointless as very few VMBs still use 1-3 digit passwords, but if you found a real old one you could try it out on it!
    
    I hope you enjoyed the short list of Voice Mail passwords.  Sorry i couldn't find more but 21 isnt a bad number.