Create a virtual phone system through Reverb using VOIP telephony. All calls placed in this system are end-to-end encrypted and protected – third parties will not be able to tell where the call originates, where it ends, and what is said during it. Make sure your conversations stay your conversations.
Reverb disassociates the caller from the receiver. Whether the call is fully inside, comes from, or ends in Reverb, there is no way to link the caller and receiver together.
Reverb calls are encrypted with two layers of AES-256 encryption. In-network calls are end-to-end encrypted, while calls into or out of Reverb have the Reverb-portion of the call encrypted.
Reverb works on any device capable of VOIP telephony, whether it’s mobile or desktop-based. Reverb lets you bring your own device with you, wherever your mission may lead.
Reverb calls can be joined anywhere in the world, safely and securely. Your mission resources are spread out all over the world, and now so is the reach of your traceless telephony.
Reverb is adaptable for your organization’s needs. Adding or removing users, extensions, numbers, etc. is as easy as clicking a mouse.
Missatributable Call Chains
Reverb give organizations the capability to create misattributable call chains. These call chains can be modified or destroyed at any time. Callers external to the chain will receive a busy signal or routed to an innocuous phone number for added cover.
Calls can be routed along call chains going through intermediary numbers that are disassociated from the actual end users.
Calls can also be rerouted at any time to other numbers to provide extra camouflage for call activity
The receiver never has your direct number. All calls are passed through two intermediary numbers for full identity and location concealment.
Using Reverb, a Handler (1-505-555-1212) uses their personal mobile device to initiate a call.
This call utilizes a U.S. cellular infrastructure to call a U.S. based SIP VOIP phone number (1-212-555-1212).
The U.S. based SIP VOIP resides on Reverb’s PBX in Fognigma.
Reverb intentionally routes the call to a second online SIP VOIP (SIP 2) appearing in Germany (49-555-1212)
SIP 2 continues the chain using German and Belgium local area infrastructure.
The asset in Belgium (32-555-1212) receives the call.