Compromising VoIP

Monday, 10 July 2006, 12:12 PM EST

"Arrests Indicate Vulnerability of Web Phone Service to Fraud" blared a recent Wall Street Journal headline - though I doubt any readers thought broadband VoIP was invulnerable to hacking. A few pages later, "Who's Watching Internet-Phone Services?" decried that state and federal agencies regulating traditional telephony are largely hands-off with Internet telephony. So, while VoIP technology has proven ready for prime time, our attention needs to turn to security and management.

At Network World.

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