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ThoughtPhreaker

Nortel CallPilot

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Aside from the usual advisories to look out for unusual amounts of after-hours traffic and suspicious numbers, the Nortel CallPilot employs some interesting security measures. For one, if you make (by default) nine unsuccessful login attempts from one number. it'll generate an alarm on the console. Also, the obnoxiously named Hacker Monitor, as they call it, generates an alarm on the console from pretty much any activity originating from either a certain number, or to a cetain maibox. This has to be engaged manually, though, it's not something the platform does automatically.

Anyway, just thought it was interesting how they do security on their top of the line model. Any thoughts?

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i wonder what qualifies you for this "hacker list"... nice way for a phone company worker to stalk an ex, eh? heh

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