[VOIPSEC] Voipsec Digest, Vol 16, Issue 1

Steve Johnson steve at ingate.com
Sat Apr 1 03:11:57 PST 2006


Ingate Systems has a SIP aware firewall that has support for SRTP and
proven interoperability with Snom. With this product you would be able
to add packet inspection to your set up using SRTP as the means of
encryption.

Steven J. Johnson

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Today's Topics:

   1. Using SRTP for University project (M Rizal B Azmi)
   2. Practical VoIP Security (Porter, Thomas (Tom))


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Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 23:32:03 -0800 (PST)
From: M Rizal B Azmi <leadxr at yahoo.com>
Subject: [VOIPSEC] Using SRTP for University project
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I have managed to implement SRTP between 2 desktop PCs using Snom 360
UAs, MiniSIP UAs, and a CommuniGate Pro Server as the SIP
proxy/registrar. I also tested its vulnerability using Cain & Abel VoIP
packet sniffer as well as analyzed the traffic using Ethereal. Can
anyone suggest some improvements which can be added to SRTP to further
enhance its security/functionality? I only have a timeframe of 5-6 weeks
left for my project. Thanks.

Regards,
Rizal

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   1. FYI - New podcasts up with interviews with Sipera,
      Codenomicon and also subscription by e-mail (dan_york at Mitel.com)


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Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 21:40:24 -0500
From: dan_york at Mitel.com
Subject: [VOIPSEC] FYI - New podcasts up with interviews with Sipera,
 Codenomicon and also subscription by e-mail
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VOIPSEC readers,

FYI, tonight I uploaded the latest podcast from Jonathan and I:

  http://www.blueboxpodcast.com/2006/03/blue_box_podcas_7.html

Beyond the usual VOIPSEC news and comments, this one contains an
interview 
with Micaela Giuhat of Sipera, an interesting VoIP startup that was 
recently in the news for landing $13.2 million in a financing round.

I also recently uploaded the one show-floor recording I did at VON
earlier 
this month - this one is with Jim Gallagher of Codenomicon:

  http://www.blueboxpodcast.com/2006/03/blue_box_podcas_6.html

If you are not aware, Ari Takanen from Codenomicon has been active with 
VOIPSA and sends in comments on this list from time to time.

Also, I believe I mentioned it earlier in the month but it is now
possible 
to subscribe to updates about the podcast via e-mail instead of RSS:

  http://www.blueboxpodcast.com/2006/03/you_can_now_sub.html

The RSS feed is of course still there but this is an alternative for 
people who either can't access RSS or just plain wish the get the info
via 
e-mail.

Enjoy,
Dan

P.S. I'll throw the teaser out that next week's show will have some 
interviews providing good technical info related to the IETF session
last 
week... 

-- 
Dan York, CISSP
Dir of IP Technology, Office of the CTO
Mitel Corp.     http://www.mitel.com
dan_york at mitel.com +1-613-592-2122
PGP key (F7E3C3B4) available for 
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Message: 2
Date: Sat, 1 Apr 2006 04:02:44 -0500
From: "Porter, Thomas \(Tom\)" <tporter at avaya.com>
Subject: [VOIPSEC] Practical VoIP Security
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The book finally released this week. Your comments are appreciated.
 
Thanks, Tom
 
Thomas Porter, PHD | Senior Security Architect - Business Communications
Consulting | Contact Center Practice | Consulting & Systems Integration
| Avaya Global Services | Office: 919-967-2909 | [Mobile - USA]
919-593-3130 | [Mobile - DE] +49-0163-5050427 | [SIP]
s00227694 at voicepulse.com | [IM] AvayaTPorter | Email: tporter at avaya.com
 


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