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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1337 Obihai patches memory corruption, DoS, CSRF vulnerabilities in IP phones
Obihai Technology recently patched vulnerabilities in its ObiPhone IP phones that could have led to memory corruption, buffer overflow, and denial of service conditions, among other outcomes.

The California-based company manufactures IP-enabled phones and VOIP telephone adapters it calls OBi devices. David Tomaschik, a member of Google’s security team, discovered the issues in ObiPhone during a black box security assessment earlier this spring.
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#1337 Obihai patches memory corruption, DoS, CSRF vulnerabilities in IP phones
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