Featuring 5 Papers as of May 5, 2005
Security Analysis: Traditional Telephony and IP Telephony
by Alan Klein - March 29, 2003
The goal of this paper is to take a step back and analyze the security implications of migrating from a traditional telephony architecture to an IP telephony architecture.
Unified Communications Technologies
by Jason Kelly - January 29, 2003
This paper will cover the basics of unified Communications, what it is, how it works and how it is vulnerable to attack.
Often Overlooked: PBX and Voice Security in a Networked World
by Chris Herrera - January 12, 2003
My goal is to bring you up to speed on some of the common risks and specific attacks/countermeasures associated with voice systems.
Eavesdropping an IP Telephony Call
by Tom Long - October 4, 2002
This paper examines the area of call eavesdropping in detail and outlines how the process of eavesdropping has changed as the PBX technology has evolved; it also suggests that the art of call eavesdropping may be easier than ever before.
The GSM Standard (An overview of its security)
by Suraj Srinivas - December 20, 2001
This paper examines the security issues of the Global Systgem for Mobile Communications (GSM), a mobile phone system used throughout the world.
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