Is VoIP service the next big target for hackers?

Thursday, 5 May 2005, 10:54 AM EST

Internet telephone service's appeal as a cutting-edge technology for cutting phone costs is convincing more and more people to ditch their landlines and go hi-tech with Voice over Internet Protocol.

Some computer security experts say that, just as with wireless networking, VoIP's rapid-fire adoption will be closely followed by revelations of security vulnerabilities and electronic attacks.

By Erik Larkin at PC World.

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