VoIP Vulnerabilities and Security Best Practices

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A deep dive into VoIP vulnerabilities and the security best practices when working with the technology.

Vishing is a term for VoIP Phishing, which involves individuals who place calls and claim to represent a trustworthy organization (e.g. your credit card company) and request highly sensitive information.

VoIP utilization involving softphones and software are susceptible to worms, viruses and malware, as is the case with any Internet application. Softphone applications run on user systems like PCs and PDAs, making them a target of malicious code attacks in voice applications.

A DoS attack is an attack on a network or device denying it of a service or connectivity. This can be achieved through complete absorption of bandwidth or overloading the network or the device’s internal resources. In VoIP, DoS attacks are executed by…

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