Proxied/Untracable Phone call

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Sep 16, 2011
  1. ishdeepsingh
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    Hey temp
    Just wondering if you can make a phone call untraceable/proxied. Im thinking you can do this with a voip call, such as Making a free trial call at a voip site like: VoipBuster

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    Basicly, you put your phone #, and the person you are trying to dial on the 'Destination Phone Number'. The machine calls you, and when you pick up, it will call the other person. So on both sides, it is an incoming call. Would that be traceable? If so, Can you make an Untraceable call? How?
     
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    That should make it untraceable to most people, but it can always be traced if someone puts enough time into it so don't go doing anything illegal
     
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    Like a school or the police>?
     
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    like threatening people or calling bomb threats or messing with police
    stuff like that
     
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    oh ok, so basicly this can make it untraceable to some regular person like a friend? Not officials? is there a way to make it totally safe from cops? Also how do you hide your ip while spoofing an email? If you can, because i know, emails arn't safe at all. BTW ANYONE READING THIS THREAD: THIS IS ALL FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES
     
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    Bullshit, we're not that type of forum, go away.
     
  7. ishdeepsingh
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    Aight, i guess that question went too far.. lol [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah... I somehow doubt that this information is only for hypothetical situations.
     
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    Do me a favor OP:




    Check if there isn't an ice-cream truck just hanging about outside your place right now. [​IMG]
     
  10. Hells Malice

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    There isn't a chance in hell you're going to be able to safely call in a bomb threat to get out of that test you didn't study for.

    Stop trying.
     
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    Tor for IP
     
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    Prepaid disposable phone + Voice disguiser. Was it really that hard to figure out?

    Spoofing a phone call (Although possible on an Android phone) is HIGHLY illegal as classified by the FCC and even considered an act of terrorism by the FBI. Go figure.
     

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