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2018 Dec 10
4
PJSIP_HEADER - Diversion header manipulation
Hi all, I’m trying to rewrite Diversion header when call forwarding is done on the phone. The phone sends "302 Moved Temporarily" response and sets Diversion header to a local number, but before Asterisk sends this call towards TSP provider I need to change Diversion header to a full PSTN number. I am using PJSIP_HEADER in a pre-dial handler (configuration is below). On the same
2013 Jul 25
1
lme (weights) and glht
Dear R members, I tried to fit an lme model and to use the glht function of multcomp. However, the glht function gives me some errors when using weights=varPower(). The glht error makes sense as glht needs factor levels and the model works fine without weights=. Does anyone know a solution so I do not have to change the lme model? Thanks Sibylle --> works fine
2009 Mar 27
2
SIP Diversion header
Hi, Is anyone aware of SIP Diversion header ? It seems currently supported by Comverse (formely NetCentrex) softswitch and some hardphones (Thomson ST2030). An old draft (draft-levy-sip-diversion-08.txt) mentions this header. ha I'm wondering if this could be used -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL:
2017 Oct 19
1
looping using 'diverse' package measures
Hi everyone, I'm new at R (although I'm a Stata user for some time and somehow proficient in it) and I'm trying to use the 'diverse' R package to compute a few diversity measures on a sample of firms for a period of about 10 years. I was wondering if you can give me some hints on how to best proceed on using the 'diverse' package. My sample has the following setup.
2017 Oct 19
1
looping using 'diverse' package measures
Hi everyone, I'm new at R (although I'm a Stata user for some time and somehow proficient in it) and I'm trying to use the 'diverse' R package to compute a few diversity measures on a sample of firms for a period of about 10 years. I was wondering if you can give me some hints on how to best proceed on using the 'diverse' package. My sample has the following setup.
2011 Oct 07
2
Add SIP diversion header in originate from AMI?
Hello! I want to thank everyone who helped me out with tips for load balancing asterisk machines in a cluster. I have encountered a new problem that is related to SIP diversion headers in the INVITE. I make calls through the manager interface and now want to add a SIP-Diversion header that changes the CallerID of a number that is not available on the trunk, the CallerID to be visible externally
2013 Aug 26
0
[LLVMdev] Adding diversity for security (and testing)
On Aug 26, 2013, at 11:39 AM, Stephen Crane <sjcrane at uci.edu> wrote: > I am a PhD student in the Secure Systems and Software Lab at UC > Irvine. We have been working on adding randomness into code generation > to create a diverse population of binaries. This diversity prevents > code-reuse attacks such as return-oriented-programming (ROP) by > denying the attacker
2020 Feb 19
2
EuroLLVM'20: Diversity and Inclusion in Compilers and Tools workshop announcement
Hi All, It's my pleasure to announce the Diversity and Inclusion in Compilers and Tools workshop that will be held on the afternoon of April 5th, at the same venue as the EuroLLVM'20. This event features speakers and discussion aiming to increase diversity and inclusion within the LLVM community, attendee's workplace or university, and within the field of compilers and tools. It is
2016 Jul 27
2
Identify endpoint based on Diversion header
Hello, Is there any way to identify an incoming session based on the Diversion header? In my scenario, I have some unregistered endpoints (mobile phones) that make calls through our Asterisk, which controls the external call rights based on the endpoint's context. In a normal call, their number will be in the From header and the destination in the To an RURI, but when they make a call
2013 Aug 26
10
[LLVMdev] Adding diversity for security (and testing)
Greetings LLVM Devs! I am a PhD student in the Secure Systems and Software Lab at UC Irvine. We have been working on adding randomness into code generation to create a diverse population of binaries. This diversity prevents code-reuse attacks such as return-oriented-programming (ROP) by denying the attacker information about the exact code layout. ROP has been used is several high-profile recent
2017 Nov 21
2
How to correctly set REDIRECTING to indicate diversion reason
Hi Richard Thank you > You need to set more redirecting information [1]. > > In sip.conf send_diversion=yes needs to be in effect. You also need > to setup > the from party id information (at least the from number) to indicate > where you > are redirecting from. You should also increment the redirecting > count. > > Richard > > [1] >
2018 Jun 05
3
Questions about SIP From, P-Asserted-Id fields and Diversion headers ?
Hi, After a long discussion with a friend, I would like to ask here: 1.According SIP RFCs, is possible/recommended to have different values in >From and P-Asserted-Id fields ? For instance, From field showing 123456789 and P-Asserted-Id showing 987654321 (beside privacy considerations) ? 2. When Bob forwards to Cory a call coming from Alice, would expect Diversion/History-Info header
2013 Aug 27
0
[LLVMdev] Adding diversity for security (and testing)
On Aug 26, 2013, at 2:39 PM, Stephen Crane <sjcrane at uci.edu> wrote: > We have been working on adding randomness into code generation > to create a diverse population of binaries. This diversity prevents > code-reuse attacks such as return-oriented-programming (ROP) by > denying the attacker information about the exact code layout. Putting on my security hat (as opposed to
2017 Nov 20
2
How to correctly set REDIRECTING to indicate diversion reason
Hello List Next question where google did not spit out an unsable answer. When redirecting a call with Transfer, I would like to correctly indicate the reason. I did try this: exten => XX,1,NoOp(Call to ${EXTEN} from ${CALLERID(all)}) exten => XX,n,Dial(SIP/ZZ) exten => XX,n,set(REDIRECTING(reason)=cfb) exten => XX,n,Transfer(SIP/YY) I did try with 'reason'
2013 Aug 29
2
[LLVMdev] Adding diversity for security (and testing)
On 8/28/13 4:37 PM, Nick Lewycky wrote: > On 26 August 2013 11:39, Stephen Crane <sjcrane at uci.edu > <mailto:sjcrane at uci.edu>> wrote: > > Greetings LLVM Devs! > > I am a PhD student in the Secure Systems and Software Lab at UC > Irvine. We have been working on adding randomness into code generation > to create a diverse population
2015 Mar 27
3
[LLVMdev] SFI and Artificial Diversity
I read a lot of white papers, but is there not any open source implementation of SFI or artificial diversity? I google around, but I can't find anywhere anything regarding what I could openly download. In the same respect, I would also like to make an innovation proposal to create such an endeavor if there is not one already. -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was
2011 May 20
1
SIP Diversion RDNIS - how to get reason parameter?
Hi out there To play the correct announcement in app_voicemail I whould be able to read the SIP Diversion Reason which ist sent by another PBX: Invite contains: Diversion: <sip:+41315995003 at 157.161.10.190>;reason=no- answer;privacy=off;counter=1 Asterisk Logs: RDNIS for this call is is +41315995003 (reason no-answer;privacy=off;counter=1) From what I see in the source of chan_sip
2014 Mar 30
0
handset forwarding Diversion header cannot be set on Local channels
is there anyway to change Sip headers in local channels? if a user sets forward on their handset, calls coming in to the handset get diversion header added: Diversion: "202" <sip:202 at 192.168.1.46>;reason=deflection Then asterisk sends the call to local channel: - Now forwarding SIP/201-00000483 to 'Local/3333333333 at test' (thanks to SIP/202-00000484) and
2013 Aug 28
0
[LLVMdev] Adding diversity for security (and testing)
On 26 August 2013 11:39, Stephen Crane <sjcrane at uci.edu> wrote: > Greetings LLVM Devs! > > I am a PhD student in the Secure Systems and Software Lab at UC > Irvine. We have been working on adding randomness into code generation > to create a diverse population of binaries. This diversity prevents > code-reuse attacks such as return-oriented-programming (ROP) by >
2013 Sep 19
2
[LLVMdev] Adding diversity for security (and testing)
Thanks for all the feedback! It seems there is some interest, so I thought I'd try to summarize discussions so far, and provide patches for closer inspection. I'm not sure if patches should end up here or on a different list in this instance, so if I should instead send this to a different list, I'm happy to do so. - Is diversity needed, or are existing protections sufficient? As