[VoiceOps] VoIP Abuse Project

Darren Schreiber d at d-man.org
Mon Sep 20 12:24:59 EDT 2010

Well more importantly, VoIP spam is going to grow. Might as well hit the nail on the head now.

Most of our customers want to be able to travel and still use their devices, so this type of blacklist is particularly useful for us.

On Sep 20, 2010, at 8:55 AM, J. Oquendo wrote:

> Darren Schreiber wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> 	We're working on a more general "VoIP Toolbox" of sorts. I'd love to participate with your project as well - let me know if that's possible.
>> Thanks,
>> 	Darren Schreiber
> I would like for as many engineers/admins to participate. It's becoming
> cumbersome to deal with the ongoing attacks and for those who have NOT
> taken the time to notice, things are escalating.
> If anyone cares to send information please do so, the more logging
> information the better it would be. Because a situation like this
> (blacklisting) is built on a trust based relationship I ask the
> following: 1) Sanitize your networks for obvious reasons. 2)
> Gzip/zip/7zip your files when you send them. 3) Please make sure any
> visible offender information is visible.
> I will not repost any companies or individuals who submit any logs
> unless someone requests for me to do so. This keeps someone from being
> attacked in retaliation.  Right now I have to parse out about 40-50
> different logfiles spread across a lot of networks. I'm doing so
> gradually as time progresses through the day. I added a PGP key to the
> page in the event someone wants to encrypt their messages as well.
> My ultimate goal is simple: Reduce the potential attackers, make network
> operators clean up their house if not, stay on a blacklist. When their
> clients complain and it starts affecting their pockets, maybe then will
> they get a clue.
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