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Iwar & Warvox

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guys i was wondering

how to audit telcosystems using iwar & warvox

also

how phreakers make calls to premium phone number using these tools

am completely new to this voip thing so please excuse me for my mistake

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http://warvox.org/install.html <- start there

also look up toneloc and thc-scan

the best way to set up premium calling with these tools is to have them dial a range of 900 numbers from your regular old land line.

This way you can scan premium calls while you sleep!

if you get really stuck using these command line programs you can always install windows95 and find a copy of phone tag

phone tag can be found here: http://www.hackcanada.com/blackcrawl/telecom/fontag14.zip

Its more likely to be up your ally.

just make sure to wardial all the premium 900s first!

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They don't. Or at least I don't. Warvox is really more trouble than it's worth - it takes a horrendous amount of time to analyze call audio, and it doesn't allow you to hear - or even let itself hear audio before supervision.

As for iWar, I really can't speak one way or the other about it. Trying to get the IAX softphone to compile is about as fun as trying to get a cat to take a bath, and when you try it on pre-installed distributions such as Backtrack, it simply doesn't work. Disabling IAX2 support is a different story, but most modems don't have any signal detection beyond busy signals and carriers, so if you're looking for anything besides modems, you might have a problem.

And for all that trouble, they only support IAX2 providers. As it stands right now, very, very few people still offer IAX2 - not even Voicepulse supports it anymore.

So yeah. Maybe it's just the countless scans I've done speaking, but if you want to save yourself some time and trouble, map out any exchanges you might want using your ears, preferably with a landline. There really is no better signal processing or tone recognition software. The disadvantage is, of course, that it takes *your* time, not the time of the closest computer you have to a phone line. Most interesting things tend to be lumped together in a hundred block, though (say, 710-555-0000-0099), and with a little practice, it's easy to narrow these down. Take a look at a few articles someone wrote on this;

http://www.oldskoolphreak.com/tfiles/phreak/ex_scan.txt

http://www.oldskoolphreak.com/tfiles/phreak/espt2.txt

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thanks a lot guys for help

i haev some question to ask

can i setup my own pbx box with asterisk

and put sip trunks & make calling??

also can i add google voice accounts n start wardialing?

will i loose some tones in that??

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thanks a lot guys for help

i haev some question to ask

can i setup my own pbx box with asterisk

and put sip trunks & make calling??

also can i add google voice accounts n start wardialing?

will i loose some tones in that??

what are the other ways to call premium numbers

Maybe you did not detect the sarcasm in Afterm4th's post but your query about premium rate numbers is illegal and you could land into trouble for this.

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thanks a lot guys for help

i haev some question to ask

can i setup my own pbx box with asterisk

and put sip trunks & make calling??

also can i add google voice accounts n start wardialing?

will i loose some tones in that??

what are the other ways to call premium numbers

Maybe you did not detect the sarcasm in Afterm4th's post but your query about premium rate numbers is illegal and you could land into trouble for this. I hate people like yourself who feign ignorance to con other people into helping you pull of a scam. This is not a board that will help you commit a crime, you'd be better off looking for help in your native land of pakistan!! Peace

Hell on you lol

its not for illegal stuff

its for research purpose by the way am not paki :mad: am indian from maharashtra ASS :cool:

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also can i add google voice accounts n start wardialing?

will i loose some tones in that??

Yes. The fact that Google Voice superimposes fake ring over unsupervised calls makes it incredibly inefficient; with any sort of sequential dialing it's the equivalent of being blind, particularly since a good deal of test numbers simply don't supe. For example, if a switch is playing a not in service recording, you'll simply get fake ring indefinitely.

The saying "you get what you pay for" couldn't be more true with phones.

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also can i add google voice accounts n start wardialing?

will i loose some tones in that??

Yes. The fact that Google Voice superimposes fake ring over unsupervised calls makes it incredibly inefficient; with any sort of sequential dialing it's the equivalent of being blind, particularly since a good deal of test numbers simply don't supe. For example, if a switch is playing a not in service recording, you'll simply get fake ring indefinitely.

The saying "you get what you pay for" couldn't be more true with phones.

Ohhh

what if i go for SIP providers

have look at below setup

sip provider<=>my asterisk box<=>Iax trunk<=>warvox

will it work??

or it will still chances of loosing tones n other things

also tell me what people do with warvox result ?? :dry:

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Ohhh

what if i go for SIP providers

have look at below setup

sip provider<=>my asterisk box<=>Iax trunk<=>warvox

will it work??

or it will still chances of loosing tones n other things

also tell me what people do with warvox result ?? :dry:

I don't recommend trying to pursue these types of things here, what you are describing sounds pretty illegal ("premium numbers", etc.) As for it actually working, try it out and let us know how it works! This community isn't about asking questions expecting responses but going and trying things out, deductive reasoning of sorts.

Bonus Hint: when using Asterisk to Dial() remember not to use the 'r' option.

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