[Full-disclosure] Vonage denial of service through noise packet injection.
timetrap at gmail.com
Thu Mar 20 13:14:08 GMT 2008
Who is the "Corporation" injecting "noise"?
I would have assumed that there would be some kind of packet athentication
in the vonage application stack . . .
So assuming that this is a network based attack, and assuming that Vonage
DOES somehow authenticate the incoming packets. Wouldn't this level of
attack have to be at the ISP level?
So what ISP are you talking about?
Rather than spreading FUD, why not give us some useful information?
Have you experienced this? If so do you have a packet capture?
On 3/20/08, Jan Clairmont <janclairmont at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Vonage service is being disrupted by injecting noise packet filtering into
> calls for VOIP customers. This is service disruption by a major
> Corporation and
> anyone else experiencing this disruption, static noise on in-coming calls,
> contact Vonage Customer service. As this is a deliberate disruption of
> commercial services and causing illegal denial of service to small
> A Class action lawsuit against the offending carriers should be initiated
> and a Federal Anti-Trust lawsuit should be filed by the government.
> Anyone else experience this kind of disruption should voice their concerns
> to the
> carrier of choice and only by complaints and direct action can this
> practice be
> Jan Clairmont
> A Concerned Vonage and Skype Customer
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