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Votacall Releases an Update to their Mobile App Streamlining and Enhancing the Apple iPhone Mobile VoIP User Experience – GlobeNewswire

BOSTON, Jan. 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Votacall, a leading provider of Cloud PBX solutions and business communications systems, has released the latest update to the award winning Votacall GO! mobile app.  Utilizing the Apple CallKit, Votacall has simplified the user mobile communication and collaboration experience.  Leveraging the Apple CallKit ensures that business mobility users will have an experience that ... Read More »

BSNL Launches Wings VoIP App on Play Store, Allows Subscribers to Make Calls Over Internet – TelecomTalk

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has launched its internet telephony application, BSNL Wings on Google Play Store. Notably, the state-run telecom operator had introduced the VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service last year which allows the users in the locations of poor cellular connectivity to make calls over the internet. In India where there is poor mobile connectivity, people rely on ... Read More »

Mumbai: Gangster's aide held for passing on info about builders – Times of India

MUMBAI: The crime branch on Wednesday arrested gangster Ravi Pujari’s aide, William Rodricks (23), who used to pass on information on builders, hoteliers, businessmen and celebrities to his master for extortion. Pujari would then call up the victim. Rodricks was arrested from Goregaon after he called up a leading builder and demanded Rs 2 crore. When the builder stopped taking ... Read More »

Public Knowledge Slams FCC Over VoIP Privacy – Multichannel News

Says both it and FTC should get off sidelines Following a Report that a California VOiP provider kept millions of text messages and call records on unsecure database for months, Public Knowledge has called on the FCC to enforce CPNI (customer privacy network information) regs that protect the privacy of phone calls, and the Federal Trade Commission to do the ... Read More »

Change your password! VoIP provider leaves huge database exposed online – Naked Security

by John E Dunn A researcher has discovered an exposed database containing gigabytes of call logs, SMS data, and internal system credentials belonging to US Voice-over-IP (VoIP) service provider It’s become a familiar story – a researcher trawls Shodan for something left out in the open that shouldn’t have been and is amazed at what they find. This time ... Read More »

VOIPO database exposed millions of call and SMS logs, system data – ZDNet

A publicly available database belonging to VOIPO which was not properly secured has exposed everything from call logs to internal system credentials to the public. This month, Director of Trust & Safety at Cloudflare Justin Paine, who is also the creator of the Rainbow security blog, said that an improperly secured ElasticSearch database belonging to the Californian voice over ... Read More »

Planned 911 outage: Here's how it might affect your area tonight – KXLY Spokane

There is a 911 phone line outage scheduled for tonight between 11:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. The network outage is scheduled to fix damaged communication lines between Worley, Idaho and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and will impact land-line and long-distance 911 calls. In a Facebook post, the City of Pullman outlined alternative lines and details for tonight: Pullman (including Albion): Pullman ... Read More »

Another huge database exposed millions of call logs and SMS text messages – TechCrunch

An unprotected server storing millions of call logs and text messages was left open for months before they were found by a security researcher. If you thought you’d heard this story before, you’re not wrong. Back in November, another telecoms company, Voxox, exposed a database containing millions of text messages — including password resets and two-factor codes. This time around, it’s ... Read More »

Voip King Of The Cost Savers – Creamer Media's Engineering News

For small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) wanting to keep overheads in check during another challenging fiscal year for SA, VoIP is king of the cost savers. VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is unique amongst cost-cutting measures in that it delivers business efficiencies on top of tremendous telecoms cost savings of some 45%. Web conferencing expenses, for example, drop by ... Read More »