August 19th, 2011, 01:36 AM
So a friend and I were talking, smoking, drinking, smokin talking, drinking talking etc last night and we brought this subject up:
SMS proxys, where A can text message someone, the text is recieved by person B but person B doesn't see the real number buy a 'proxy' number. Person B responds to proxy number and person A recieves text on at his/her real number.
Is this a new idea? Has it been done already? Does this technology already exist? is it legal? we had many questions about it but because of the smoking, drinking cycle weren't in the condition to research it.
EDIT: Ya know, looking back on this through clearer eyes I guess it would just be a virtual number that supported SMS.... nevermind,
Last edited by IcSilk; August 19th, 2011 at 02:12 AM.
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August 19th, 2011, 08:18 AM
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This involves the setup and installation of SS7 signalling hardware on site and international links to interconnect either private links or the public internet. Encryption of the link is a possible option.
August 19th, 2011, 11:16 AM
Hi there IcSilk,
I can only speak for over here in the UK, but it exists and is legal. I have friends who occasionally send international messages and it is cheaper to use a forwarding agent or relay than have their personal cellphone set up for it.
Yes it is legal.............you have no right to know where the message actually came from, just like a voice call on a cell or landline?.............the caller can turn the feature off if they chose.
A case of "illegal is as illegal does" rather than per se
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February 26th, 2013, 08:27 AM
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February 6th, 2015, 07:42 PM
Is it possible that the Cingular internet-only plan does not allow SMS? The SMS function should work for a voice/data plan.
March 26th, 2015, 02:59 PM
is it possible to change sms proxy or sms centre number ?
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When calling the API /validate/smspin the user is authenticated by the username and OTP PIN. The sending of an SMS with a OTP value is triggered. This OTP value is valid for a configurable amount of time. A sample webpage can be used at
Another possibility of triggering SMS is when the user authenticates with username and PIN. When username and PIN are passed to the authentication URL like /validate/check or /validate/simplecheck, the user is rejected, but, if the PIN is correct, the sending of an SMS is triggered.
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