New VoIP threats to listen for

Friday, 8 September 2006, 11:01 AM EST

As the business world rapidly embraces VoIP technology for its cost savings, little heed is given to the new dangers that are introduced into our telephone networks.

Ranging from simple denial-of-service attacks, where a company or an individual is prevented from using the telephone, to sophisticated phone number hijackings which can redirect calls to malicious hackers; these new threats will radically alter the way the common telephone is perceived.

At The Star.

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