Tuesday, 30 August 2011
It looks like VoIP 'phones are now being targeted by hackers and this can mean anyone running a VoIP phone, whether at home or office is vulnerable. Make sure you use very long passwords with numbers, letters and case changes to minimise risk. Check you have the latest firmware upgrades and some sort of real time call monitor which can email/text you if activity occurs outside your normal call pattern. Just type "Yealink Hacking" into Google and be frightened!