[asterisk-users] Numbers hackers call

Michelle Dupuis mdupuis at ocg.ca
Wed Mar 26 11:20:58 CDT 2014

If this is to 972 area code then the next digits should be 0X or 0XX but they are not.  This differs from what I found documented for that area code - I thought someone from the region might add to the discussion.  Not sure if this reflected a premium service etc.  (But someone jumped in with an explanation)

I'm guessing you have nothing to add to the discussion?

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On 26 Mar 2014, at 15:05, Michelle Dupuis <mdupuis at ocg.ca<mailto:mdupuis at ocg.ca>> wrote:

I see a lot of attempts by hackers to call 00972595301123? or 011972595115207? or variations but that same 972595 is often present.

Can someone break down that dial string with an explanation?  The 011 look like an overseas call (from Americas), while the 972595XXXXXX is unclear...

It's an international call to +972595XXXXXX, tried with the 00, 001 and no prefix What is confusing?

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