Wardialing - The Forgotten Front in the War against Hackers

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Hackers have thousands of different ways to access or exploit computing environments.

In this article, we focus on one of these many avenues of trespass: remote access via dial-up, better known in the hacking community as wardialing. Wardialing is like a port scanner for telephones. Numbers are dialed systematically and the answering tones are assessed. Just as with a port ...

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