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Dial-through Fraud Made Easier Using VoIP

Telephone switchboard hacking is not new, but criminals are now using the latest technology to cover their trails. Anyone who cracks the protection around the codes can make unlimited calls at the company's expense… "Before VoIP this kind of fraud required considerable investment, specialist skills and sophisticated equipment. Now, with VoIP, the equipment is readily available, low cost and easy to set up and then move when discovered," says one senior consultant.

Read full story: Guardian Unlimited

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