[arm-allstar] Fwd: Hacked?

Doug Crompton wa3dsp at gmail.com
Sat Mar 4 23:25:39 EST 2017


 Your pin is in your account profile at allstarlink.org. You use it when
you call in on the phone number. Information on the portal can be found
here -


*73 Doug*


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On Sat, Mar 4, 2017 at 10:07 PM, "Justin Reed via arm-allstar" <
arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:

> On 3/4/2017 8:03 PM, "Doug Crompton via arm-allstar" wrote:
>> Justin,
>>    For any of this you have to determine where it was coming from. Was the
>> guy connected directly to you or coming to you from somewhere else. I call
>> them the weekend bandits. These things usually happen on the weekend when
>> everyone is home and playing.
>> You can turn off your phone portal at allstarlink.org and if that does
>> not
>> work you could disable it in iax.conf.
> I disabled the phone portal and the web transceiver at allstarlink.org.
> Hopefully that prevents future occurrences.
>> It does require a pin number which
>> is in your account profile. I doubt anyone is coming into your system
>> directly as they would have to know that pin.
> Actually, I can't find where the pin is for the [allstar-sys] stanza, and
> this is the type of connection that was showing up at the CLI.
>>   They could be coming into
>> another system and appearing in your list though. The only recourse you
>> would have would be to disconnect the offending node. lsnodes is a good
>> tool to find problems. You can see an entire list and then go to the
>> bubble
>> map to see how the connections are being made.
> I looked at the bubble and it was definitely originating at my node.
> Thanks for the help. Hopefully killing the phone portal stopped it. I'd
> like to learn more about setting a PIN for [allstar-sys].
> Justin
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