September 4th, 2004 02:40 AM
caller ID spoofing
well i know this really dosent belong here but i thaught it was kinda security because you could gain access to places you should not have access to. i know how to make the caller id tone that has to be sent over the phone but i dont know how to send it over the phone to make it work can any one give me a little insight on how this works.
thank you for your time Riot.
September 4th, 2004 02:49 AM
riot. i think you should look around IRC rooms, or other forums regarding "phreaking". i dont think too many security admins would know much about it. i used to, just google "phreaking" and "caller ID" in the same search..you should be set. find some contacts you can keep up with.
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September 4th, 2004 02:59 AM
I would like to hear about the voIP version of this...
voIP is the next big field in security if you ask me....
September 4th, 2004 03:07 AM
you are right Soda_Popinsky about voip and i will search a little more for answers to my questions AxessTerminated
Thank you for your time Riot.
September 4th, 2004 03:12 AM
Try a thread called Big Brother or something like the by CubaKing want to know more I posted some info there. First off there is a service and about 300 or so lines of code for spoofing caller ID try doing a search on Orange Box on google this should get you more then started. One half of finding answers is knowing what to call stuff.
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September 4th, 2004 03:38 AM
i did not know they called it orange box
Thank you for your time Riot
September 4th, 2004 03:45 AM
I don't think the voIP caller id hack is done with an orange box.
But the most powerful tool for manipulating and accessing CPN data is the open-source Linux-based PBX software Asterisk, used in combination with a permissive VoIP provider. "It's fully configurable, you can pretty much do anything you want with it," says Lucky. "That's why Voice over I.P. is changing things."
September 4th, 2004 04:55 AM
Riot, did you just finish reading "The Art of Deception" by Kevin Mitnink?
September 4th, 2004 02:33 PM
No i did not just finish reading it i have read it but i read it when it first came out. why do you ask?