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Fake Caller ID services on the rise
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/26/2005 08:55:00 PM.

The internet is making it a lot easier to fake who you are via the phone.

Many online services are springing up that bypass Caller-ID and can make it look like you are ringing from almost any phone number.

The spoofing services work with mobile phones, landlines as well as telephone services that are routed via the net.

Though spoofing Caller-ID is not illegal there are already reports that conmen are using it to give bogus calls more credibility.

Using the faking systems typically involves ringing a freephone number then tapping in the number you want your call to look like it is coming from and who you want to call. Some make users fill in a web form for the number they want to call and spoof.


- PI Phone
- US Tracers
- Telespoof
- Spooftel
- Camophone
- Covert Call

Source: BBC

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