Phishing leverages VoIP in new scam modelSmall businesses and consumers aren\u2019t the only ones enjoying the cost savings of switching to VoIP; according to messaging security company Cloudmark, phishers have begun using the technology to help them steal personal and financial information over the phone. Click here for more.Bugs put widely used DNS software at riskA number of flaws in the software that is used to administer the Internet's DNS has been discovered by researchers at Finland's University of Oulu. Click here for more.Clearswift adding anti-spyware to gateway security productsClearswift Tuesday announced plans to add anti-spyware capabilities to its Web and e-mail security software, appliances and managed services. Click here for more.Microsoft adds asset management service to System Center lineupMicrosoft Wednesday announced that it has acquired AssetMetrix and will add its hosted asset management capabilities into Systems Management Server within the next nine months. Click here for more.CEO secretsFrom business meetings in Paris to morning tai-chi, Juniper's Scott Kriens and eight other NW200 CEOs tell us what makes them tick.Cool Tools video: Storage shenanigansUSB storage devices come in all shapes and sizes, so how do you tell how much data they hold? Keith brings in a Cool Tools' guest to play the "Guess the Storage Capacity" game. Looks can be deceiving. Watch now.Today on Layer 8, where there's no compliance hassles:The best late-to-work excuses ever; Sprint loses its mind; which spam gets the best response rates?; and Wurlitzer jukebox adds iPod dock; all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking news.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.