Today we’re pleased to introduce Travelin’ Man 3, a completely new security methodology based upon FQDN Whitelists and DDNS. In a nutshell, you get set-it-and-forget-it convenience and rock-solid VoIP security for your Cloud-based PBX or any PBX in a Flash server lacking a hardware-based firewall… AND you get hands-free protection and flexibility for your mobile or remote workforce.
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Newly revealed backdoor passwords into FreePBX make it imperative that every Asterisk administrator immediately check all of their existing systems.
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.
The Incredible PBX: a turnkey PBX in a Flash-based system designed for Zero Internet Footprint with free inbound and outbound calling throughout the U.S./Canada and dozens of free Asterisk applications to handle every imaginable PBX task. Rock-solid security, randomly-generated extension passwords, free Skype calling, and more…
Adding remote phones and connections to any Asterisk PBX can be a daunting task. Today we’ll cover the risks and lay out a range of safe and secure options for connecting Grandma as well as your traveling cellphones to Incredible PBX. In addition we provide our Baker’s Dozen checklist for keeping SIP access to your VoIP server secure.
Introducing the ultimate, secure Swiss Army Knife for Asterisk: a turnkey PBX in a Flash system with free inbound and outbound calling throughout the United States plus dozens of free Asterisk applications to handle every imaginable PBX task. Rock-solid security and new support for those outside the U.S.A.
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly with Google Buzz including a sneak peek at how Google Buzz can be integrated into your WordPress blog.
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.