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Midnight Madness: Introducing Incredible PBX 12 with Asterisk 12 and FreePBX

Midnight Madness: Introducing Incredible PBX 12 with Asterisk 12 and FreePBX

Monday, December 1, 2014

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The number "12″ always has held mystical prominence in our culture and so it is with Asterisk®. Just over 12 months ago, Digium first introduced Asterisk 12 at AstriCon in Atlanta and heralded a major change in the direction of the product. It was more than a wholesale revamping of the Asterisk feature set. There was a revolutionary new development methodology thanks to the untiring efforts of Matt Jordan and his incredibly talented development team. Unlike Asterisk releases of old,… Read More ›

Hardware Device of the Year: Meet the CuBox-i with Incredible PBX for Ubuntu

Hardware Device of the Year: Meet the CuBox-i with Incredible PBX for Ubuntu

Monday, September 1, 2014

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It’s been many years since we’ve written back-to-back articles about the same device. That should tell you how really special the CuBox-i is. After two weeks of 14-hour days developing the new Incredible PBX platform for CuBox, we are thrilled to crown this jewel as Nerd Vittles Hardware Device of the Year. Flawless design, incredible performance, tiny size, feature-rich components, minimal power consumption, and completely silent operation are merely the tip of the iceberg with this 2x2x2 cubic zircon. On… Read More ›

State of the Art: The New Incredible PBX Security Model for Asterisk

State of the Art: The New Incredible PBX Security Model for Asterisk

Monday, August 11, 2014

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About once a year, we try to shine the spotlight on Asterisk® security in hopes of saving lots of organizations and individuals a little bit (or a lot) of money. The problem with open source phone systems is they’re open source phone systems. So the bad guys can figure out how they work just like the good guys. That’s not to suggest that proprietary phone systems are any more secure. They’re not. It just may take the bad guys a… Read More ›

Top 3 Asterisk Security Tips for 2014: WhiteLists, WhiteLists, and WhiteLists

Top 3 Asterisk Security Tips for 2014: WhiteLists, WhiteLists, and WhiteLists

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

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We’ve devoted a lot of energy to Asterisk security over the years with our Primer on Avoiding the $100,000 Phone Bill and our 20 Failsafe Tips and our SIP Navigation Guide plus numerous tutorials on deployment of Virtual Private Networks to secure your servers and phones including NeoRouter, PPTP, and Easy OpenVPN among others. But, when it comes to ease of installation and use with rock-solid security, nothing comes close to deployment of WhiteLists with the IPtables Linux firewall that’s… Read More ›

Incredible PBX 1.8: New OpenVZ and Cloud Editions

Incredible PBX 1.8: New OpenVZ and Cloud Editions

Monday, January 17, 2011

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It’s VoIP Virtualization Day at Nerd Vittles and today we introduce two new versions of Incredible PBX which have been customized for the OpenVZ and Cloud Computing platforms.

Avoiding a $100,000 Phone Bill: VoIP WhiteList for IPtables

Avoiding a $100,000 Phone Bill: VoIP WhiteList for IPtables

Friday, December 3, 2010

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Today we introduce the VoIP WhiteList for IPtables, a simple automated solution for FreePBX-based Asterisk systems that blocks SIP and IAX access to your server from every IP address not included in your white list. Installation time: under 5 minutes.

Introducing Phone Genie for Asterisk (Email Edition)

Introducing Phone Genie for Asterisk (Email Edition)

Monday, December 21, 2009

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Today’s application lets you manage your Asterisk server from the convenience of any email client on the planet. Phone Genie (Email Edition) gives you complete control of Asterisk through the Asterisk CLI using simple email messages.

Welcome to IP Country: A New Layer of Asterisk Security

Welcome to IP Country: A New Layer of Asterisk Security

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

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Today we take Asterisk security to a new plateau with the introduction of IP Country. Now you can restrict access to your Asterisk server by countries based upon IP addresses. With minimal changes, this should work will all of the FreePBX-based Asterisk aggregations.