VoIPtalk admits to possible data breach

Charlie Osborne reports:

VoIPtalk has warned users of a potential data breach but insists the alert is only a “precautionary measure.”

This week, the voice-over-IP (VoIP) provider emailed customers a security notice, later posted to VoIPtalk forums, which informed users of a “potential security incident” involving user accounts.

VoIPtalk says that user VoIP and SIP passwords may have been compromised after the company’s staff uncovered suspicious activity and external online attempts to “exploit vulnerabilities in our infrastructure” in the quest for customer data.

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