[VOIPSEC] VoIP Abuse Project

Hannes Tschofenig hannes.tschofenig at gmx.net
Sun Sep 26 09:22:08 PDT 2010

Hi Michael, 

I took at brief look at http://www.infiltrated.net/voipabuse/ and this is indeed interesting. 
I was wondering what someone has to do to get removed again from the blacklist.

I am sure it is hard to say how many people use the blacklist mechanism within their VoIP systems but any ideas about the number of downloads of 

Are there statistics available of how long these entries stay on the blacklist? The links above do not contain meta data (for example, a timestamp of when the entry was created). 

What is the procedure for getting an entry added to the blacklist? 


On Sep 26, 2010, at 4:13 PM, Michael Graves wrote:

> Mr Oquendo,
> Over on the  VoIP Users Conference mailing list there has been some
> discussion of your VoIP Abuse Project. There seems to be much interest
> within the group. Would you be willing to appear as a guest on a VoIP
> Users Conference call? 
> For more info about VUC please see http://vuc.me.
> Michael Graves
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