Call from sipvicious

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by Chris, Sep 2, 2008.

  1. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Got a call on my voip number this morning. The phone showed the caller
    to be "sipvicious".

    When I do a google this seems to be some tools for scanning and
    identifying voip numbers. Logging into my account at my voip provider
    shows no call records for this call.

    Does anyone have any experience of this?

    Chris
     
    Chris, Sep 2, 2008
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  2. Chris

    alexd Guest

    On Tue, 02 Sep 2008 08:07:27 +0100, Chris wrote:

    > When I do a google this seems to be some tools for scanning and
    > identifying voip numbers. Logging into my account at my voip provider
    > shows no call records for this call.


    Hasn't happened here yet, but has the potential to be /really/ annoying.
    Can anyone suggest any strategies? I get my PSTN calls from Sipgate, so I
    could just write an ACL that only allows calls from their IP addresses,
    but I do like to use the SIP client on my mobile when I'm out and about
    so I don't really want to firewall everything bar Sipgate. And you just
    know keeping on top of what IPs Sipgate use is going to be a PITA too.

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    alexd, Sep 2, 2008
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  3. alexd <> wrote:
    > On Tue, 02 Sep 2008 08:07:27 +0100, Chris wrote:
    >
    > > When I do a google this seems to be some tools for scanning and
    > > identifying voip numbers. Logging into my account at my voip provider
    > > shows no call records for this call.

    >
    > Hasn't happened here yet, but has the potential to be /really/ annoying.
    > Can anyone suggest any strategies? I get my PSTN calls from Sipgate, so I
    > could just write an ACL that only allows calls from their IP addresses,
    > but I do like to use the SIP client on my mobile when I'm out and about
    > so I don't really want to firewall everything bar Sipgate. And you just
    > know keeping on top of what IPs Sipgate use is going to be a PITA too.


    I got also two calls last days. Here is the information that was logged
    by asterisk:


    2551|"sipvicious" <100>|100|00017324609000|default|SIP/1.1.1.1-081cabc8|SIP/504-08209dd0|Dial|SIP/504|20|Tr|2008-09-02 08:41:19|2008-09-02 08:41:27|2008-09-02 08:41:47|28|20|8|3|
    2557|aaa|aaa|00017324609000|default|SIP/213.130.74.72-081fbbb0|SIP/504-082073e8|Dial|SIP/504|20|Tr|2008-09-02 16:40:02|1970-01-01 01:00:00|2008-09-02 16:40:12|10|0|4|3|

    Maybe the easest solution block all the incoming traffic on port 5060 except
    the traffic of the voip-proivder.

    Pieter
     
    Pieter van Leuven, Sep 4, 2008
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