NOTE: Please don’t call me or message me to get help setting up the call flooder unless you’re ready to spend $500+ for me to set the call flooder for you.
I created a powerful call flooder that actually works. The call flooder can send as many phone calls as your server allows. With each call you can do many things like spoof caller ID, play annoying audio, and more. The more powerful the server, the more calls you can make. Aside from a server, you will also need SIP trunks. First, lets talk about SIP Trunks. SIP Trunks is what lets you connect your server to the outside phone system. Essentially make the calls. For the purposes of this post, lets use FlowRoute SIP Provider as a good example because FlowRoute is cheap ($0.005 per minute – 800 #’s are Free), you can pre-pay $50, and that will be enough to last you for months. Trust me.
Now that you have created an account with FlowRoute, you will either need to run a Virtual Machine or a VPS. It’s all a preference on which route you would like to take to create your call flooder.
Note to ARM (Raspberry PI or M1 & M2 Processors):
If you are planning to setting up your call flooding server on a Mac running an M1 or M2 chip, I will put separate instructions on how to do that at the end of the article.
Step 1.) Get a SIP Provider such as FlowRoute.
Step 2.) (Only for Intel/AMD Chips) Either get a VPS or a Virtual Machine for the call flooder. VPS is highly recommended because virtual machines create a lot of problems. A VPS is stable which has a Public IP, which is somewhat required. Otherwise you will have to change a lot of network settings each time you decide to run the server. My suggestion is to use https://www.tier.net VPS. It’s only $11 a month for a 2 core and 4 Gigs of Ram VPS. More than enough to run an effective call flooding server. When creating an account, make sure you use a CUSTOM ISO Install called FreePBX: All you need to do is provide them this link:
Step 3.) Install FreePBX ISO on a Virtual Machine or VPS. If you don’t know how to install FreePBX, you can find someone on Fiverr to do it for $20. If you don’t have Fiverr, you can use my link and get Free Credit. Probably enough to pay for the full install: http://www.fiverr.com/s2/db36d2d9f7
Step 4.) Once you have install FreePBX, you will need to link your FreePBX server to the SIP Provider. I will provide detailed instructions soon but if you don’t know how to do that, once again, I suggest getting someone on Fiverr to do it for you.
Step 5.) Once your FreePBX is working and you can make outbound calls, this is what you need to create a powerful working call flooder:
a.) If you don’t have Git installed on your FreePBX Server, install Git using this command in the terminal or command line:
sudo yum install git
b.) go into the root directory and make a directory (any name you want. i use “lol.”)
c.) Go into the “lol” directory by typing cd lol and clone my Call Flooder Script:
git clone https://github.com/LynxGeekNYC/callflooder-bash.git