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Hello guys, recently, google voice has been enabled in my country, and i wonder if there is software around that can manage a modem connectionusing gv voip as if it were an old plaint phone line.

Also i'm wondering if it's possible to do wardialing using google voice by automated means instead of by hand.

Thanks in advance!!!

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Hello guys, recently, google voice has been enabled in my country, and i wonder if there is software around that can manage a modem connectionusing gv voip as if it were an old plaint phone line.

Also i'm wondering if it's possible to do wardialing using google voice by automated means instead of by hand.

Thanks in advance!!!

google voice uses jabber or XMPP - most ATA devices do not communicate in this language... but there is this http://obihai.com/

or if i can shamelessly link my blog http://blog.nyphonejacks.com/2011/05/use-your-google-voice-number-with-ata.html

i have not purchased or tested one of these yet, so not sure how it works in the real world...

i am sure that any war dialer program that uses a dial up modem should work when connected to one of these devices..

i think that there might be a way to integrate XMPP into asterisk but i have not played around with asterisk much yet... haven't really had the time..

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Hello guys, recently, google voice has been enabled in my country, and i wonder if there is software around that can manage a modem connectionusing gv voip as if it were an old plaint phone line.

Also i'm wondering if it's possible to do wardialing using google voice by automated means instead of by hand.

Thanks in advance!!!

google voice uses jabber or XMPP - most ATA devices do not communicate in this language... but there is this http://obihai.com/

or if i can shamelessly link my blog http://blog.nyphonejacks.com/2011/05/use-your-google-voice-number-with-ata.html

i have not purchased or tested one of these yet, so not sure how it works in the real world...

i am sure that any war dialer program that uses a dial up modem should work when connected to one of these devices..

i think that there might be a way to integrate XMPP into asterisk but i have not played around with asterisk much yet... haven't really had the time..

Thanks for the info mate!. I also have been looking for software who can use directly the stream of audio and read it as if it were a old modem, bu seems that thereĀ“s nothing like that. I read long time ago in a forum that people were trying to code one, but at this moment it seems impossible.

Seems that the obihai is one thing to get info on.

Thanks in advance!!!

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thanks for the tip on that device nypj!

I might buy one to do what the op wants to do. Free wardialing for everyone!

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thanks for the tip on that device nypj!

I might buy one to do what the op wants to do. Free wardialing for everyone!

i have not gotten one of these devices yet.. perhaps if i ever get any credit for people using my amazon links on my blog i might pick one up.. as it is i only have about 50 cents or so of credit from my amazon associates account from my blog..

if you get one of these boxes post back a little review of it if you do not mind..

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Yeah... there has been talk of doing "software modems" but afaik the only one out in the wild is Hylafax/SpanDSP/IAXModem for Faxing.

HD Moore of Metasploit fame wrote a really cool piece of code called WarVox which setups a modern version of the Applecat's (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Novation_CAT#The_Apple-CAT_II) tone detection.

But for analog dialup modems, you're best bet is an ATA and a copy of Beave's excellent iWar wardialer.

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