AT&T will take steps to take down a botnet that had set up shop inside its network, infecting 5,700 VoIP servers that route traffic from enterprise customers to upstream mobile providers.
Researchers discovered what they characterized as a “brand-new botnet” attacking Edgewater Networks devices, using a vulnerability in EdgeMarc Enterprise Session Border Controllers, tracked as CVE-2017-6079.
AT&T said so far, the company has not found evidence that it has been weaponized.
Read more: Threatpost
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