[VOIPSEC] Phone Parrot: The most obnoxious IVR application ever written (for Asterisk)
Dan_York at mitel.com
Tue Sep 5 15:19:47 BST 2006
I believe Shawn was merely pointing out the existence of the tool and the potential security ramifications. To my knowledge, he has no connection with the actual project.
Personally, I welcome notes like this when someone comes across some new tool that has potential VoIP security impact. There certainly are enough new tools cropping up on a regular basis.
My 2 cents,
Dan York, CISSP
Dir of IP Technology, Office of the CTO
Mitel Corp. http://www.mitel.com
dan_york at mitel.com +1-613-592-2122
----- Original Message -----
From: Diana Cionoiu [diana-liste at voip.null.ro]
Sent: 09/03/2006 02:50 PM
To: Shawn Merdinger <shawnmer at gmail.com>
Cc: Voipsec at voipsa.org
Subject: Re: [VOIPSEC] Phone Parrot: The most obnoxious IVR application ever written (for Asterisk)
Seems that VoIPSA has become a spam list.
Shawn Merdinger wrote:
>PhoneParrot is an IVR application for Asterisk that will repeat
>everything a person says in to the phone.
>exten => 666,1,Parrot()
>For example, you could have PhoneParrot call your mother in the middle
>of the night. She will pick up the phone and say "moshi moshi", the
>phone parrot will then say "moshi moshi". Your mother, confused will
>then probably say, "who is you playa?" to which the phone parrot will
>respond, "who is you playa?". I think you get the idea.
>But phone parrot can do more than just repeat what a person says! Here
>are some of the cool features:
> * Apply voice change effect to repeated voice (Only if
>libsoundtouch4c is installed and phone parrot is compiled from source)
> * Play random sound clip if caller rambles on for too long
> * Greet with random sound clip in response to first thing caller says
> * ToDo: Repeat things previously said in conversation
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