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November 23, 2007


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Brad Templeton

Come on, Andy, I can't believe you were fooled by this. Tools like this have been available for ages. I remember using one of them to record some phone calls I needed to record a few years ago because it was easier than sticking a suction cup recorder on the end of my phone handset. They are also used commonly in the call center industry and for debugging SIP work.

This is just a ploy by the security consultant to drum up some attention, I suspect -- unless he's a poor enough security consultant to not have known about the existing recorders.

Andy Abramson


Would love to hear how...and I'll raise you one better. Give me a document or a JPEG slide and I'll post it here !!

Please email via the link on this page.


Sean Olson

I'm the group program manager for the Office Communications Server product at Microsoft and would be happy to discuss how we achieve secure voice communications *without* using a VPN. The technology is available today though adoption may not be as broad as you would like.

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