New CDRThief malware targets VoIP softswitches to steal call detail records

Cyber attacks and malware are one of the biggest threats on the internet. Learn about the different types of malware – and how to avoid falling victim to attacks. Security researchers from Slovak cyber-security firm ESET said today they discovered a very rare piece of Linux malware that targets Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephony switches with the end goal of stealing call details metadata.

Link: New CDRThief malware targets VoIP softswitches to steal call detail records
via http://www.zdnet.com

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