Not many people know it, but it’s very easy to get in the way of a phone without the owner having any idea what’s going on. This time, mobile security experts from the International Institute of Cyber Security (IICS) will show you how to use CallSpam, a tool to flood any user’s phone line.
CallSpam is a small script for an Android application with a very simple function to explain; we simply take a phone number and send it to all advertised services from call centers. Phone operators will start calling to offer their services, which will cause the affected line to shut down.
Before you start using the tool, mobile security experts remind you to have Termux installed. Once this tool is installed you only need to run the following commands:
apt update && apt upgrade -y
apt install python git -y
pip install requests
pip install transliterate
pip install colorama
git clone https://github.com/kitasS/callspam
Remember to press “Enter” after each command line.
Then enter the phone number and user name (you can leave this space blank).
Below is a list of the services from which the target user will receive phone calls.
For more material on mobile security and other topics, feel free to visit the official platforms of the International Institute of Cyber Security (IICS).
IICS experts recommend using this technique only in controlled environments and, if possible, with the express authorization of the rest of the people involved. This tutorial is for educational and research purposes only. Don’t misuse this information.
Information security specialist, currently working as risk infrastructure specialist & investigator.
15 years of experience in risk and control process, security audit support, business continuity design and support, workgroup management and information security standards.