The world’s top companies use wandera Learn Why Try Wandera for Free

Cybercrime company launch ‘virtual mobile number’ on service

Cybercrime company launch ‘virtual mobile number’ on service

600 450 Britt Cooper

Cybercriminals are continuing to innovate within the mobile market segment, with the general availability of TDoS (telephony denial of service) value-added services. This development has been enabled by the commercial availability of non-attributable SIM cards, a supply of easy to use cybercrime-friendly tools and services, evolved CAPTCHA-solving API-enabled processes, plus the evident vertical integration within the managed/for-hire DDoS (distributed denial of service) market segment.. These continuing advances demonstrate cybercriminals’ long-term interest in monetizing the ever-increasing number of international mobile users.

We’ve recently spotted a new, cybercrime-friendly ‘virtual mobile number’ on demand service. It provides potential customers with the ability to utilize an unlimited number of virtual mobile numbers for a variety of cybercrime-friendly activities, including the bypassing of SMS/phone-based pre-authentication checks, commonly used to secure registration services.

What does this self-service cybercrime-friendly ‘virtual mobile number’ service look like? Let’s take a peek.


The service’s inventory currently consists of unlimited ‘virtual mobile numbers’ offered on a monthly subscription based pricing model. For instance, potential customers can get unlimited ‘virtual mobile numbers’ as a service, for 3 days, at the cost of 0.7 cents. They only need to pay $1 for 7 days of subscription, or $4 for full month of service.


The service offers a simple Web-based self-service interface, allowing prospective customers to manage their balance and take advantage of the service’s features.


The service is currently utilizing multiple commercial-grade SIM card devices to maintain the inventory of ‘unlimited virtual mobile numbers’. Let’s take a peek at what the managed cybercrime-friendly ‘virtual mobile number’ service equipment looks like.




With the availability of non-attributable and easy to integrate cybercrime-friendly SIM card services, cybercriminals are perfectly positioned to monetize the bypass of SMS/phone-based pre-authentication checks used by a wide range of cloud services. The technology is also simple to integrate with existing DDoS (distributed denial of service) toolsets, in order to provide TDoS (telephony denial of service) valued-added services and features.