Software updates (IPBX, hardphone and softphone) Best Practices VoIP-SIP Security

Softphones and the software component of hardphones and IPBXs may include flaws that make them vulnerable to certain attacks (i.e. through buffer overflow). Keeping the software up to date lessens the risk as newly discovered security faults are often corrected through patches. One should:
   -   Regularly consult the websites of the manufacturers of the VoIP equipment used in the network for updates. Even better would be to use their newsletters or automatic update software (if available).
     -  Try out the patch on test equipment before installing it on the network   equipment.
Read More: http://www.vadese.org/files/upload/Best_practices_VoIP_en_v20.pdf

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2 comments:

pranta08 on December 9, 2011 at 11:39 AM said...

Soft phone program really should be bought in that case hooked up to Microsoft mobile .Microsoft mobile has been more open about open source. Microsoft’s proprietary software worked with various popular open source offerings. Microsoft mobile gives more information about open source. softphoneMicrosoft mobile gives more instruction about open source. Microsoft mobile is very important people.

Anonymous said...

Hello,

For creating an C++.NET softphone that works with almost all PBXs well, I can recommend Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK. Sample program for this project can be found at:
www.voip-sip-sdk.com/p_267-c-net-softphone-voip.html

I hope I can help

BR

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