Introduction: Vipa Mobile User Annoyer
Vipa is software made in XL programming language made for annoying users via trying to establish data call to their cell phone. Actually users can't accept call. So if you call them again and again victims will become really nervous.
This document and source code included in it is just proof of concept, nothing more, nothing less. Author of this document is not responsible for any damage made using this document etc.
If you do want to set up XL and run the script called Vipa, which offers you calling and annoying people without minicom and detecting if they are unreachable or something else use Vipa.xl. First you need to setup XL interpreter on your Linux. Go to http://trac.m3w.org to know how to do that.
Step 1: Equipment and Stuff Needed for This Experiment
- FC5 Linux (minicom)
- USB Data cable
- Motorola V3
Step 2: Setting Up Minicom
You will get screen like this, now enter Serial port setup
Change Serial Device to /dev/ttyACMx (x is number of your ttyACM connection to mobile phone). When you do all needed configuration close minicom by saving setup as dfl. Start minicom by typing minicom in console. Create user phone book by pressing CTRL + A and D just after CTRL + A. Enter Modem and dialing settings by pressing CTRL + A and Z to enter setup, then type O.
Change number of tries to 999. Now exit all menus and enter phoneobook by typnig CTRL + A and D. Choose one number and dial...
Known phones that don't support data calls are: Nokia (3210, 3310)
Cure for this problem is just to set up divert on data calls.