Flood (attack) of phone numbers. The best and most quality service offer!

Submitted by SUPERFLOOD, , Thread ID: 183344

12-10-2020, 07:30 PM
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We are glad to provide you services for call flooding attack!

A person starts receiving phone calls with no possibility to get rid of them, because the numbers we use are different, and blacklist is not an option in this case!

There can be several kinds of flood:
1) No Caller ID calls;
2) Change of SIP caller ID;
3) GSM numbers attack.

For successful use of the 3rd option you should have a huge stock of numbers in possession to suspend user's blacklist (because it's unlimited).

An important info: user might have a special application for blocking unwanted calls or ask his network provider for a blacklist service.
If there's just a simple application, all incoming calls would be blocked and wouldn't appear on the screen. But in this case the line would be busy anyway, and no one else would be able to get through.
If blacklist service is provided by a network, another approach is used for attack.

Talking about the most basic form of attack we mean No Caller ID flooding. It's the easiest thing to do in this case.
But it's simple to protect yourself from this kind of attack: a user merely blocks all incoming calls from No Caller ID numbers. Also it's possible to install Caller ID application which reveals all hidden numbers attacking the phone. The same service can be provided for landline phones and multichannel phone numbers as well.

Let's now talk about change of SIP caller ID. This method is good because each next incoming call would have completely another (unique) phone number and the user wouldn't have a physical possibility to block them all. There would be plenty of numbers, basically appearing out of thin air.
Another advantage of this method is the choice of phone numbers range. Sometimes, it's even possible to choose certain phone numbers (digits) for outgoing calls. When whitelist of user is known, it would give you a huge benefit.
A major minus of this method is price. Providers aren't really interested in using their network capacity this way, with no profit and real use for them. Also all SIP calls can be blocked as well, and there wouldn't be any sense in such an attack.

One of the best solutions is GSM numbers attack (not SIP). Of course, for a successful flooding there should be a big stock of numbers.
The only way to avoid this is to block incoming calls with certain area codes. But in this case a specific area code can be found, although it's a bit more complicated.
Having learned the nuances of network providers services, we can state that the best way to prevent this kind of flooding (attack) is:
1) Installation of a powerful caller ID application that reveals all numbers;
2) Blocking No Caller ID calls;
3) Blocking SIP calls;
4) Blocking calls from numbers with certain area codes.

All these methods mentioned above works, however, when a user is going to keep his phone number. A phone number can be of great importance to user, and losing it would mean losing all contacts as well (clients, employees, workers, etc).

We monitor the whole process from the very BEGINNING until the END. We trace users activity to prevent him from blocking our calls. We use different methods and kinds of attack.

We achieve our aim and accomplish the task by various ways.

Attention! We ask everyone to check the name of Telegram profile before contacting us, because of numerous bots and possible frauds!
Be cautious!
P.S. For users of our forum we offer lower prices than indicated on the website. Please, don't forget to mention how you learned about us when doing an order!

Prices increase and services range expansion are planned in the future.

Besides calls, we provide SMS attacks as well!


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