Cisco call manager flaw could invite attackers

Tuesday, 20 June 2006, 8:47 AM EST

Vulnerabilities in Cisco's Call Manager software could open the door for hackers to reconfigure VoIP settings and gain access to individual users' account information, according to researchers at FishNet Security.

In a report issued Monday, Jake Reynolds, senior security engineer at FishNet, said the vulnerability affects versions 3.1 and higher of Call Manager, which handles call routing and call signaling functions in Cisco VoIP systems.

At CRN.

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