Category: Voice over IP (VoIP)

Global SIP Attack Activity

SIP, or “session initiation protocol”, is used by VoIP services to set up and manage calls. It’s a lot like HTTP in how it uses URI forms to specify who is calling whom and what action they want to take. It’s also insecure as it’s […]

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Net Neutrality’s Unintended Consequence

Most of the discussion surrounding net neutrality to date seems to revolve around fixed broadband consumers complaining that ISPs are unjustly mucking with their traffic, discriminating between different traffic types, and providing prioritization without their consent — and the providers shouldn’t be. Rob took a […]

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Net Neutrality Gumbo

I made it up to San Francisco Saturday for the USF-hosted symposium titled The Toll Roads? The Legal and Political Debate Over Net Neutrality. I dropped in just to listen, as most of the folks there, and discussions on the agenda, were more of the […]

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Hello Zfone!

Greetings from Ann Arbor…I’m @ Rendez-Vous Cafe – right in the heart of Michigan’s central campus – having a cup of their delicious chocolate raspberry coffee (a must-try if ever you come up to A2). I returned last evening from Vancouver, still a bit over-whelmed […]

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