- published: 17 Dec 2010
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* In this short video I am showing how you can easily fake outgoing number * You can use Asterisk or FreeSwitch PBX gateways * You can buy or get free minutes from any of VoIP termination providers (I am using Hong Kong based company ;-)
Ceci est un tutoriel d'attaque d'un serveur asterisk avec sipvicious.Cette video a un but uniquement éducatif. je décline toute responsabilité quant à ce que vous en ferez.
See how SecAst can protect an Asterisk server from fraud and hacking. Learn about the prevention and detection techniques employed by SecAst, and why SecAst is the choice of ITSP's and high volume call centers around the globe. Get more details at www.telium.ca
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Learn more at http://www.asterisk.org Who is out there looking for your system and why do they want to hack it? An introduction to Telecom Fraud and attacks using real world examples from the press, with explanations of common problems in configuring Asterisk PBXs. Eric Klein, Sr. Consultant/VP Sales & Marketing, Greenfield Technologies, LTD
With data security being one of the top topics of discussion in the last few years, keeping your asterisk server and your $$$'s from safe from the bad guys is becoming a real priority for people. Before you can even deploy a server you have to ensure its hack proof and safe from lurking fingers. This presentation will show you ways to protect your asterisk server from unauthorised access using IPTables and a service known as 'Port Knocking'. Port Knocking is a way to block out all IP traffic using IPTables and then grant access to the server using a secret 'knock' of specific ports in a specific order. Once your device as 'Knocked' successfully you can gain access to the PBX.