Hackers take VoIP by the throat

Friday, 7 October 2005, 12:02 PM EST

The report identifies that some old security favourites, such as spam, phishing and caller ID spoofing, are mutating to target voice networks. Directory harvesting, where a victimís mail server is flooded by known email addresses in order to generate other valid addresses from corporate or ISP servers, is also gaining traction.

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