Presented at H2K2 (2002)
July 12, 2002, 2 p.m.
A demonstration of how Caller ID works as well as methods that can be used to emulate and display spoofed Caller ID messages on Caller ID and Caller ID with Call Waiting boxes using a Bell 202 modem. Details on the technical aspects such as Caller ID protocol for both regular and Call Waiting Caller ID. If all goes well, you may actually see a live demonstration of spoofed Caller ID.
Tray Smee has been a network administrator and computer programmer since 1995. He is a Microsoft Certified Professional and is involved with many different aspects of communications equipment, from programming 2-way radios, pagers, and cell phones to modifying them. He has been an amateur radio operator since 1996. He loves to take things apart to see what makes them tick. Reverse engineering and learning protocols for different types of systems are what take up most of his free time.
Lucky225 is a writer for 2600 Magazine and Hacker's Digest. At age 19, he has been involved in telephony for as long as he can remember and has a vast variety of knowledge about phones - everything from regular telephones, payphones, cellphones, and voicemail systems to ANI, Caller ID, PBX's, switches, and much more.