Big rise in VoIP hacking lately. We can usually pick up on it and stop it. This is not automated (yet).
Sadly one of my customers was hacked, and we are charging him hundreds for the calls.
What really pisses me off is that, in an effort to help customers, if a call cannot route via one call carrier we fall back to another. Sadly in this case the other carrier cost us way more.
In fact, whilst we are charging our poor customer a few hundred, we expect to be paying nearer £15,000 for the calls.
I am not a happy bunny :-(
P.S. Nagios is getting quite a few more alerts added.