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September 7, 2007

Caller ID Spoofing — Episode 2: The Zero Group

Okpkpok

It's been over three years — September 5, 2004, to be precise — since caller ID spoofing's been the subject of a post here.

Yesterday the following comment came in from a secure, undisclosed computer: "check out caller id spoofing from the zero group.... much cheaper: $10 for 100 mins."

Videre est credere: see for yourself.

September 7, 2007 at 10:01 AM | Permalink


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privacy is not a crime!

Blocked caller id does not prevent some one from retrieving it though detailed billing, or by their telco provider.

Posted by: whatever | Sep 15, 2007 5:31:58 PM

You know, I reallllly hope they make this crap illegal.

Don't want someone to know who you are -- block the call. We won't answer blocked calls? Too eff'n bad. Show up to my house with a mask on, I'll probably break your face. Why should it be any different on the phone?

Posted by: clifyt | Sep 7, 2007 11:17:08 AM

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