Hi Guys, Just a question in regards to data security. If i go to a web browser and type in either [my FQDN]:5000/provisioning/[folder name]/yealink_phonebook.xml or [my static IP]:5000//provisioning/[folder name]/yealink_phonebook.xml the entire contents of my company phonebook are listed. This means anyone with a web browser can access this information, along with all of my phone provisioning files etc. I tried this from my mobile phone browser and the results were the same. Just to rule out any chance of it being somehow connected via LAN How do i secure this information? These files in the same folder contain user id's and extension passwords in PLAIN TEXT! I thought i had very strict firewall rules in place, in windows firewall i have massive geographical blocks of IP addresses blocked (after i had a bunch of login attempts) that stopped them. As well as in 3CX i have an extensive list of blocked IP's and whitelisted IP's. Am i being paranoid or are the chances of someone figuring out the unique provisioning folder file name and guessing the rest of the file string real? My setup is 3CX running on a Win7 machine behind a router with a firewall. Windows Firewall turned On. Any tips/suggeestions?