New Linux Malware Steals Call Details from VoIP Softswitch Systems

Cybersecurity researchers have discovered an entirely new kind of Linux malware dubbed « CDRThief » that targets voice over IP (VoIP) softswitches in an attempt to steal phone call metadata. « The primary goal of the malware is to exfiltrate various private data from a compromised softswitch, including call detail records (CDR), » ESET researchers said in a Thursday analysis. « To steal this
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