[arm-allstar] Fwd: Hacked?
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
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:
>> 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
>> 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
>> 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].
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