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Amdoc's, Comverse and CALEA Video

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Ever hear of Amdoc's? I hadn't until I watched this video.

[url="http://207.44.245.159/article7544.htm"]http://207.44.245.159/article7544.htm[/url]

Check out part 3 for a section on CALEA security (or the lack there of) and Comverse Infosys information.

VERY COOL VIDEOS. SHOUTS TO BRISK ATTIVO FOR SHOWING ME THESE!

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Israel monitoring communications? Say it ain't so.

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I can't believe no ones said anything about this yet. Has anyone bothered to watch the videos? They're heavily related to phreaking.

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interesting.. thnx for posting it natas!!

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damn ntheory your missing out. its leet.

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Very cool vidoes.

Question though: Would the comverse software be on switches or different hardware?

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Just got to see it on someone else's WinXP box. Awesome stuff.

Why the hell would the US outsource stuff like this when they pretend they're all paranoid about national security? The stupidity never seems to stop.

AM: The software would be on hardware that is plugged into the switch, not the switch itself, if I had to guess.

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yeah i think its probably some crazy add on. then what they do, if im not mistaken, is hook the thing up to leased lines that runs to the place where everything is monitored (which is probably a police station or something like that) then hooked up to a *nix box.

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Yeah wouldn't that be hard as hell to get to the box (to use the backdoor)? Seems like its not that big of a threat.

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Well those were some interesting videos.

i have to be sceptical. it is fox news.
i also dont really understand what israel would stand to gain from most of the billing information for the united states.

that being said, those databases are pure gold for those who are interested in fraud and theft, and it does not surprise me that they are not as secure as they should be, and the companies that are entrusted with the privacy of their clients need to be held responsible.

the thing that blew my mind was that case in 1997 that cripled a DEA investigation. that is some kind of sophisticated security policy (on the suspects part).

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[quote name='Against Me!' date='Jan 31 2005, 03:37 PM']Yeah wouldn't that be hard as hell to get to the box (to use the backdoor)? Seems like its not that big of a threat.
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well, all telecommunications serivce providers have to have some system that makes them CALEA complient, so there has to be a weakest link. I think most of the security of this system comes from the fact that most people dont know how it works exactly.

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