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NYT16 - (NYT16) BASKING RIDGE, N.J. -- August 1, 2004 -- PHONE-VIRUSES -- Joe Seanor, an Avaya security consultant in a server room in Basking Ridge, N.J., in July. With Internet phones, "All those threats you worry about in the data world will be transferred to the voice world," said Seanor. Internet phones and the routers and servers that steer and store the digitized calls are susceptible to the bugs, viruses and worms that have plagued computer data systems for years. Already, a few malicious attacks have shut down corporate Internet phone networks, disrupting business at a cost of millions of dollars. (Dith Pran/The New York Times)

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