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Comment Re:Can this be used for prank phone calls? (Score -1) 68

You really missed the boat on that. Before 2010's "Truth in Caller ID" act, and during the heyday of fly-by-night mom-and-pop VoIP telcos, you could call pretty much anybody, pretending to be anybody, and more or less get away with it. These days I whould just be content with listening to old Longmont Potion Castle LPs.
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Here is my patented spam blacklist:


Compile with gcc and:

./a.out | xargs -L 1 -I target iptables -I INPUT 0 target -j drop

Edit: Wouldn't want to piss off the BSD users, so:

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