Sandboxing is a computer security term referring to when a program is set aside from other programs in a separate environment so that if errors or security issues occur, those issues will not spread to other areas on the computer. Programs are enabled in their own sequestered area, where they can be worked on without posing any threat to other...
Spam over Internet Telephony (SPIT) refers to the undesired, automated, pre-recorded, bulk telephone calls made using the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). SPIT is almost like email spam, but causes even more disturbance to victims given that the spam is in the form of a phone call. This term is also known as VOIP spam.
VoIP platforms are vulnerable to unsolicited SPIT from telemarketers, system abusers and pranksters. Like privacy options set by chat software and email systems, VOIP systems can also make use of similar measures to prevent SPIT. Some countermeasures include:
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