Protect Yourself Against The Worst VoIP Dangers


Many of VoIP's security vulnerabilities are nothing new; they are simple the consequence of routing voice traffic over IP networks. Traditional telephony has been spared the kind of denial of service (DoS) attacks and worms that have bedeviled the Internet since Robert Tappan Morris set the first worm loose in 1988. However, the transport medium changes everything, even if VoIP lets users make and receive telephone calls with the same ease as with traditional phone service. Security Pipeline | Protect Yourself Against The Worst VoIP Dangers

Linked by shanmuga Tuesday, 25th October 2005 2:21PM