Researchers could listen in on meetings and plant backdoors.
By John Leyden
Security researchers have uncovered a flaw in conference phone systems from Mitel that create a means for hackers to listen in on board meetings.
Boffins at Context Information Security managed to gain root access and take full control of a Mitel MiVoice Conference and Video Phone, potentially enabling them to listen to meetings without alerting the room’s occupants. The flaws also created a way to plant a remote backdoor on to an enterprise network.
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