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Extra info for Syngress Force 2006 Emerging Threat Analysis: From Mischief to Malicious
Following are some example DoS threats can cause the VoIP service to be partially or entirely unavailable by preventing successful call placement (including emergency/911), disconnecting existing calls, or preventing use of related services like voicemail. Note that this list is not exhaustive but illustrates some attack scenarios. just send the right kind of junk packet and the TLS connection will be reset, interrupting the signaling channel between the phone and call server. , RTP SSRC—SSRC is an RTP header field that stands for Synchronization Source) to endpoints, adding delay to call in progress and degrading call quality.
In addition, many recent examples of SIP Denial of Service attacks have been reported. This example illustrates a general concern with SIP: As the SIP protocol links existing protocols and services together, all the classic vulnerabilities in services such as SSL, HTTP, and SMTP may resurface in the VOIP environment. Thus, an endpoint can be used to amplify attacks. This property can be violated by attackers who aggressively and abusively obtain an unnecessarily large amount of resources. Alternatively, the attacker simply can flood the network with large number of packets so that resources are unavailable to all other callers.
It does this from the position that there really are bad people that are out to get you and they will try to take advantage of your lack of in-depth knowledge of technology. Examples of this can include VoIP phishing, malware and spyware spreading through mediums like IM, and even the often overlooked close proximity types of attacks like wifi/Bluetooth and RFID. I am not trying to scare you into staying away from technology altogether; I am just saying your best defense these days is developing a healthy suspicion of everything.