Bypass Detection

This is a service provided by Cibertec Internacional, S.A. to detect the largest telephone fraud against the legally established Telecom operator. This service has been the result of more than 10 years experience in fraud control solutions by Cibertec Internacional. This innovative service can be provided as part of Cibertec ITSS solution or as a stand-alone service. The Bypass Detection Service has been developed with the customer in mind and provides the most sophisticated user-friendly interface. More over, Cibertec's customers can enjoy the versatile operation of this service from any part of the world using the Internet.

The Bypass Detection Service is based on the surveillance of international calls from abroad to the customer network in their country. The customer is given confidential access to the system in order to program the schedule configuration of surveillance calls through several means such as calling cards, specific carriers, IP telephony carriers, etc. The different means of generating calls will be available to our customers in a menu. However, a special section will be provided in case the customers desire to input their carriers or calling cards. The Bypass Detection Service will carry a service fee, which will be quantified accordingly to the volume of calls generated by the customer.

The Bypass Detection Service will provide the customer with a quick and effective tool to detect illegal international telephone traffic rerouted through alternative means of termination outside the legally established gateways.

The Bypass Detection Service compressive reports will provide the customer with full details of the surveillance process that give evidence of the different types of frauds performed against them within their own network.

The system that provides the service is constituted by the following elements:

  • The RTG (Remote traffic Generator)
  • The TF (Target Frame),
  • The, which is the irregular traffic report server,
  • The user,
  • and the Supervisor, to give you support service.

By using the Internet and a security code, the user communicates to the central server through the web at The user can configure these calls by scheduling the call bombarding to his network. The user configures the target numbers by filling out an electronic schedule sheet, allowing the selection of:

  • The call method,
  • Carrier,
  • Calling card,
  • Call back,
  • Voice Over IP, etc; defining the number of calls per hour.

The orders the schedule program sheet to the specific RTG. The RTG, Remote Traffic Generator Network (origin of the international traffic calls) sends calls through different carrier routes and to various previously defined telephone numbers, called target numbers.  It is possible to configure several RTG's to bombard calls from different parts of the world.

The TF, Target Frame, will transmit the detected routes for these calls to the website, information that will be part of the final report. The RTG server verifies the results of these calls and generates a complete report to the client wich is available through the Internet website. The report contains full information from each call. When it is generated by RTG, it includes the service provider. When the TF assists the call, it incorporates the route through which the call entered and the ANI, the A number identification, if it is contained within the signaling.

If the call that arrives at the TF isn't identified as being international in it's signaling, the call must have a local origin number. This local number would belong to the company that is carrying out the irregular traffic termination. Optionally, the system can give you additional call identification for further legal evidence.

If the test call arrives with ANI, it is answered by the TF, Target Frame, then the TF requests the RTG to send the call identification number using the same telephone link DTMF sequence. The TF receives and registers it as a unique code to validate the call.  Also information is available through the Internet, at the rtgserver.

The hourly distribution of the calls to the TF (Target Frame) and the synchronization of the whole system allows the web server to relate and put together the origin and the destination result of the generated call, in order to offer the corresponding report. The system operates completely online with new reports every 60 minutes.  The user chooses between a wider variety of transmission routes available on the web server. If suitable, it is possible for the user to introduce new calling card PIN numbers.

Cibertec Internacional S.A.

Curridabat, San José, Costa Rica
Postal Code 11801 - P.O. Box: 149-2300