Popular Avaya enterprise VoIP phones are vulnerable to hacking

Security researchers have found a critical remote code execution vulnerability in popular models of enterprise VoIP desk phones made by Avaya. The flaw allows hackers to gain full control of the devices, listen in on calls and even turn the phone into a spying device.

The issue was discovered by researchers from security firm McAfee and was disclosed Thursday at the DEF CON security conference in Vegas. However, firmware updates have been available since June 25.

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