[VoiceOps] (no subject)

Ryan Delgrosso ryandelgrosso at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 13:33:55 EDT 2015


Its not a free organization but membership is inexpensive and 
worthwhile. They put up fraud alerts when the member organizations 
report new attacks and new number ranges. They also publish a list of 
fraudulent number ranges compiled from numerous sources. Most of the 
tier 1's are members and information is pretty freely shared without the 
marketing and sales organizations getting in the way.


On 4/24/2015 8:51 AM, Rob Dawson wrote:
> Anyone aware of a voice fraud mailing list or listing service? 
> Something of a repository of new attack vectors and remediations or 
> something . . . just thinking it would be cool to see what new attacks 
> people are running into.
> If not, any thoughts on something like this?
> Rob
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