STUNT BANANA provides a Caller ID spoofing mechanism much like SpoofCard and other available services, but at a much reduced cost, if you don't mind doing the setup yourself and having a much more minimal UI. STUNT BANANA also allows you to host new phone numbers (DIDs) for your devices and use a SIP Phone app, such as Zoiper to place and receive calls, as well as get voicemail for those lines sent your email as MP3 files.
Spoofing Caller ID is not illegal. Impersonating other people and committing fraud is. If you bulk call people with spoofed caller IDs, your SIP trunk provider will notice and you will get taken down and possibly receive criminal charges. Don't be dumb.
The scripts clone, compile, and install Asterisk for you, so if you want to use this with an existing Asterisk install it's going to take some hacking.
A short PHP script that demonstrates how to do caller ID spoofing in Asterisk. Reading through the code should explain how to do it in other languages.
A fully featured browser based WebRTC SIP phone for Asterisk.
This web application is designed to work with Asterisk PBX. Once loaded application will connect to Asterisk PBX on its web socket, and register an extension. Calls are made between contacts, and a full call detail is saved. Audio Calls can be recorded. Video Calls can be recorded, and can be saved with 5 different recording layouts and 3 different quality settings. This application does not use any cloud systems or services, and is designed to be stand-alone. Additional libraries will be downloaded at run time (but can also be saved to the web server for a complete off-line solution).
Just what it says on the tin. Assumes a Digital Ocean droplet and you have root access.
A utility to automate the installation, maintenance, and debugging of Asterisk/DAHDI, while integrating additional patches to provide the richest telephony experience. Useful for: Automating installation and maintenance of Asterisk, Asterisk Test Suite, Asterisk Test Framework, DAHDI Linux, DAHDI Tools, and related resources; validating Asterisk configuration; finding common syntax errors in dialplan code; finding missing audio files referenced by the Playback, BackGround, and Read applications; suggesting optimizations that can be made to dialplan code to make it more readable and efficient; generating Asterisk user documentation; debugging Asterisk configuration; generating core dumps, automating PhreakNet boilerplate dialplan installation.
Primarily supported on Debian-based Linux systems. Support has also been added for FreeBSD. Pull requests to add support for other Linux distros or BSD are welcome.
A simple v.23 modem including the data link layer. This is an application for Asterisk. Place a call over SIP and it'll connect via Telnet to a pre-configured service in the dialplan.
This is F.O.B. (Flexible Orange Box), inspired by the popular S.O.B. (Software Orange Box) program for Windows.
When connecting SIP FXS devices with a Class 5 switch, the ATA will not see a Call Waiting presented to it when there is a Call Waiting. Thus, it is necessary to signal the FSK directly to the CPE in-band from the switch. Asterisk does not have any provision to do this, so this needs to be done with an external program.
This program is intended to be a legitimate Type II Caller ID Generator, used for the purpose of Call Waiting Caller ID (Of course, functionally, it can be used just like any other orange box to spoof call waitings if desired - we are not responsible for any misuse of this program). This allows you to send Call Waiting Caller ID to a remote endpoint, even if no Call Waiting is presented to the remote endpoint (e.g. Analog Telephone Adapter), allowing for CWCID to be provided even when advanced bridging capabilites are being used, by "orange boxing" in band for legitimate purposes.
Sounds for Asterisk, recorded by Pat Fleet (the original voice of Ma Bell).
Panoramisk is a library based on python's AsyncIO to play with Asterisk's manager.
It uses the TCP manager server to listen to events and send actions.
For basic usage, you have some examples in examples/ folder.
A webapp for administering Asterisk from a web browser. Written in PHP. Worked on recently. Asterisk's API doesn't change very much so there probably doesn't need to be. Backed by MySQL. No obvious documentation so it'll need to be messed with to get installed.
A Voip Wardialer for the phreaking of 2020.
V.23 Softmodem for Asterisk with some Bildschirmtext-specific stuff in it. Pretends to be a modem but it actually sets up a telnet-like TCP session to an IP address. Like many things with Asterisk, you have to compile everything from source with this module in a particular location.
A group of telephony hobbyists who restore and maintain old equipment. They figure out how to get their gear VoIP-enabled and built their own PSTN on top of the Net by hooking everything together. It's pretty serious, plus they document their work pretty well.
An archive of recorded messages and error tones from United States telephony networks. Available for online listening or free download.
A software modem that pretends to be an analog dialup modem from the old days, only for communications it uses the IAX protocol to connect to an Asterisk VoIP switch rather than the PSTN.
Introduced at The Last HOPE, this online project is a recreation of yesteryear using open source software. Phiber Optik used a modified build of Asterisk to build a virtual telephone network that you can hack around with using a blue box (or a software emulation thereof). It's completely isolated and completely legal, and was built for those of us who got into phreaking after electromechanical switching disappeared. If you want, you can set your own instance up by downloading the patches for the software.
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