Caller ID spoofing?

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Mathematics!, Jun 15, 2009.

  1. Mathematics!

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    I have VOIP I am wondering how I can spoof caller ID into think when I place a call it is coming from another number?

    Same question but for landlines is their a different way because I believe for VOIP their is some software or something for it.

    I am on comcast if this makes a difference.
     
  2. thingmaker3

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    Try an internet search on "bridged appearance."
     
  3. Mathematics!

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    I look this up but I don't know where it say's how you do it and what you need.

    Plus does this work for both VOIP, cellphones, and Landline phones?

    bridged appearance

    Is their some software you need for VOIP to do this?
     
  4. Wendy

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    You're not a telemarketer, are you? I'll send my bunny after you if you are.
     
  5. Mathematics!

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    NO , I total hate that stuff.

    Just wondering how to do it.
     
  6. beenthere

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    It's a burst of ASCII that comes in the space between ring 1 and 2.
     
  7. Mathematics!

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    yeah , I know this but how do you change this burst after you place the call to a person?

    Their must be a way you can do it?

    Or else their would be no such thing as Caller ID spoofing.

    Maybe their is software for VOIP phones?
    But I am curious about landlines and cell phones as well.

    Is their a simply circuit I could build to mess with the caller ID into saying unknown?

    I just don't know .............
     
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  8. RiJoRI

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  9. DC_Kid

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    you are asking on the wrong website. google it and a wealth of caller ID spoofing info will amazingly appear. ID spoofing has been around for some time now. you need to get a understanding of how phone systems work and how caller ID works (and how it is flawed).

    forgot to mention, caller ID spoofing is also illegal.
     
    Last edited: Jun 16, 2009
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