I missed a call this morning on my cellphone, when I looked it said it was from the number "666-666-6666", which is strange in itself. I am attaching a wav file of the message. It's not the best quality, but it's not much worse than the original message.
What do you think of this? Is there software out there that will let make calls to anyone with an originating phone number of your choice?
I connected to the ip on port 80 and get nothing in a browser. Through command line I send "GET / HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n" and I get back 404 with no content. It's a little strange to say the least.
July 2nd, 2006, 03:08 AM
sounds like one of those automatic dialers.
you record the message
then feed in the area code or starting few numbers of the phones you want to target and the number of digits
and the thing starts dialing itself and giving out your message.
havent seen one physically, but only on "national geograhic" and "the simpsons"
used the ip locator available here and it showed this....
Someone used a VOIP dialer on you. This is the new way to spam the crap out of you. Yes, you can easily hide your origin with these tools.
If you are at all curious, just google "VOIP dialer" and you'll see just how easy it is to start up.
July 2nd, 2006, 10:00 AM
Yeah we get these in Aus, it's just a preprgrammed dialer, and all it does is dial the numbers that are put into the program and it rings the numbers and when the person picks up the program records the time date, and that the phone number is Active.
the call centers then know that the number is usefull and what time to call etc and they also cell the details onto other companys and thus the vicious cycle of spam is put into motion.
Yeeeah. Great idea to populate the VOIP crank call app with valid numbers to call. You have to really hate your friend if you do this. What do you think happens to the data you enter in this page? There is no such thing as a free lunch.
July 3rd, 2006, 04:39 PM
I couldn't even make out everything that was said in that message (crappy laptop speakers).
Didn't hear what he was saying prior to reading the IP address.
Sounded like at the end of the IP addresses he said "Demo"??
Can anyone fill me in on the rest?
July 4th, 2006, 07:38 AM
Yeah that definately sounds like windows built in voice and the number can be made up when using a phone dialer, I believe they just came out with a new dialer from skype. Could just be a freind f*&%en with you.