VoIP Hacking Toolkit Hits The Net
A hacker's toolkit of 14 programs designed to test VoIP security has just been released at the Black Hat security conference. The tools were designed so that security pros can test the safety of their networks. But you can be sure that hackers are licking their chops at getting their hands on this one.
The tools were released by Dave Endler, director of security research at TippingPoint. The tools can launch a variety of VoIP system attacks, including rebooting phones, overloading phones or VoIP exchanges with traffic, reassigning devices to different users, and more. Networking Pipeline | Blog
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