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I need a wardialer for Windows Vista

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I'm working on one in java using the javax.comm api but it can only use SERIAL AT modems. I'll let you know when it's working. I will also add the ability to scan 800 numbers when the program is functional. I'll just need to tweak the ui a little bit and add some code to the backend.[attachment=4210:outreach.jpg]

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[quote name='frogbong' date='14 November 2009 - 03:11 PM' timestamp='1258229506' post='347380']
I'm working on one in java using the javax.comm api but it can only use SERIAL AT modems. I'll let you know when it's working. I will also add the ability to scan 800 numbers when the program is functional. I'll just need to tweak the ui a little bit and add some code to the backend.[attachment=4210:outreach.jpg]
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Does scavenger dialer or phonetag, or the THC dialer not work? I was certain I used at least one of those under vista, if not 7?

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[quote name='lucidphreak' date='04 January 2010 - 04:05 PM' timestamp='1262649934' post='349036']
[quote name='frogbong' date='14 November 2009 - 03:11 PM' timestamp='1258229506' post='347380']
I'm working on one in java using the javax.comm api but it can only use SERIAL AT modems. I'll let you know when it's working. I will also add the ability to scan 800 numbers when the program is functional. I'll just need to tweak the ui a little bit and add some code to the backend.[attachment=4210:outreach.jpg]
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Does scavenger dialer or phonetag, or the THC dialer not work? I was certain I used at least one of those under vista, if not 7?
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I agree. Try running THC under compatability mode if it doesnt work in vista.... btw, 64 or 32 bit vista?

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it would be interesting to have a war dialer that used SIP for vista.. this way i would not need to put a dial up modem into any of my PCs... anything like that exist?

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[quote name='nyphonejacks' date='26 March 2010 - 04:35 PM' timestamp='1269650107' post='351628']
it would be interesting to have a war dialer that used SIP for vista.. this way i would not need to put a dial up modem into any of my PCs... anything like that exist?
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Well theres warvox http://warvox.org/ but it sure aint for vista :P

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I was gunna say, you could just program a simple port scanner that looks for open default SIP ports. Otherwise there's already a program that scans a given IP range for SIP services. The tool is called svmap and is part of [url="http://code.google.com/p/sipvicious/"]sipvicous[/url].

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[quote]we have been able to scan entire 10,000 number prefixes within 3 hours. [/quote]

thats what im talking about... guess i will have to install this on one of my spare PCs sitting in the closet collecting dust....

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[url="http://www.softwink.com/iwar/"]iWar[/url], while only for Linux is my personal favorite war-dialer. Well, worth building a Linux box for war dialing.

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[quote name='tekio' date='30 March 2010 - 06:01 AM' timestamp='1269954103' post='351706']
[url="http://www.softwink.com/iwar/"]iWar[/url], while only for Linux is my personal favorite war-dialer. Well, worth building a Linux box for war dialing.
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There is an older version of iWar that works with Cygwin but due to constant changes in the iaxphone it might be broken. If there is enough demand, we can revisit compiling a version of it.

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SkyeDiver makes it so you can wardial using Skype. Also, if you have Skype4Py it isn't too hard to write one.

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[quote name='Lord Nod' date='03 April 2010 - 04:23 AM' timestamp='1270283029' post='351786']
SkyeDiver makes it so you can wardial using Skype. Also, if you have Skype4Py it isn't too hard to write one.
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baa... with skype you need calling credit... there are several free SIP providers - which makes a SIP war dialer more attractive...

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[quote name='nyphonejacks' date='03 April 2010 - 09:32 AM' timestamp='1270312324' post='351790']
[quote name='Lord Nod' date='03 April 2010 - 04:23 AM' timestamp='1270283029' post='351786']
SkyeDiver makes it so you can wardial using Skype. Also, if you have Skype4Py it isn't too hard to write one.
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baa... with skype you need calling credit... there are several free SIP providers - which makes a SIP war dialer more attractive...
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But then it's just a dialer... there's no modem or call processing involved.

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[quote name='jfalcon' date='03 April 2010 - 01:59 PM' timestamp='1270317581' post='351792']


But then it's just a dialer... there's no modem or call processing involved.
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how so? using VoIP only eliminates the need for a modem and POTS line... it still could process the calls...

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[quote name='nyphonejacks' date='03 April 2010 - 11:20 AM' timestamp='1270322445' post='351795']
[quote name='jfalcon' date='03 April 2010 - 01:59 PM' timestamp='1270317581' post='351792']


But then it's just a dialer... there's no modem or call processing involved.
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how so? using VoIP only eliminates the need for a modem and POTS line... it still could process the calls...
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Warvox has the ability to call many numbers at the same time. I records every call it makes. Warvox then uses an algorithm to analyze the sound from the call.


In other words, the program will scan the waveform of the sound and tell if you if the number was a fax machine, person, error code etc.


But like I said before, its not a windows based application

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[quote name='Afterm4th' date='03 April 2010 - 10:43 PM' timestamp='1270349024' post='351805']


Warvox has the ability to call many numbers at the same time. I records every call it makes. Warvox then uses an algorithm to analyze the sound from the call.


In other words, the program will scan the waveform of the sound and tell if you if the number was a fax machine, person, error code etc.


But like I said before, its not a windows based application
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have not had the chance yet to get it installed on one of my spare boxes... i have a few days off in the beginning of next week, so perhaps if i have nothing better to do this might be something that i play around with..

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I would go with VMplayer, Ubuntu portable/livecd and warvox or asterisk.

You can download for example preconfigured asterisk distros with web gui.

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