Network security is the key to keeping VOIP secure

Thursday, 16 February 2006, 12:01 AM EST

Experts are aware of possible attacks that could be made against VoIP protocols, but worms, viruses and other exploits that take down servers or congest networks in general are the exploits that hurt VoIP in practice, said David Endler, chairman of the VoIP Security Alliance (VoIPSA) and director of security research for 3Com Corp.'s TippingPoint division.

At Computerworld.

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