SITR/SHAKEN implementation in effect today (June 30 2021)
nick at 141networks.com
Fri Jul 2 12:32:46 UTC 2021
Not all have implemented it yet. But if you haven't. You were supposed to
implement some kind of robo calling mitigation plan (Or atleast certify
that you have one). At $dayjob we're fully deployed (inbound and outbound).
I received my first ever STIR/SHAKEN signed (iPhone Check mark, highly
scientific) spam call on my personal Cell phone on 6/30. It was a Telnyx
number. Had the call terminated to $dayjob network. I fully would have
collected all various information and ticketed it with Telnyx.
Time will tell how truly effective this is. But we have better
originating information now (breadcrumbs) to follow back to the source.
On Thu, Jul 1, 2021 at 5:42 PM Andreas Ott <andreas at naund.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 1, 2021 at 12:56 PM Keith Medcalf <kmedcalf at dessus.com> wrote:
>> ... and the end carrier is making money for terminating them.
> Survey (of n=1) says: nothing has changed, aka the new technology is not
> working. I just received the same kind of recorded message call of
> "something something renew auto warranty" on my AT&T u-Verse line. This
> time when I called back the displayed caller ID number it was
> ring-no-answer, versus the previous "you have reached a number that is no
> longer in service". By terminating the call the carrier made probably more
> money than it would cost them to enforce the new rules.
> Other than the donotcall.gov portal, is there a new way to report the
> obvious failure of STIR/SHAKEN?
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