[asterisk-users] Asterisk 1.8.22

Mikael Fredin mikael at wiraya.com
Thu May 15 09:23:35 CDT 2014

It's very likely someone scanning your asterisk for extensions to use for
dialing out through your asterisk. Secure your asterisk and maybe create
extensions that aren't practically possible to find through scanning.

Save logs from your asterisk of whenever an extension is called (if that is
an option) and you will probably see them scanning from 1-1000 or more.

This is very common unfortunately, because too many asterisks are waiting
to be hacked by automated scripts..


On 12 May 2014 23:43, motty cruz <motty.cruz at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> recently I have seen spike in attacks on my asterisk server, this is what
> I get on the LCD of my phone: 201 at
> or calls from 1000 sip1000 at 76.2230.5.205,
> have any idea on how to stop this calls?
> Thanks,
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