lunes, 3 de agosto de 2009

Attack on audio and video conferencing made easy

At the DEFCON conference, which drew to a close yesterday, the developers behind UCSniff presented version 3.0 of the VoIP sniffer, which includes two major new features. Firstly UCSniff, which is coded by Jason Ostrom and Arjun Sambamoorthy, now automatically detects video data transferred by VoIP telephones on the network, even when mixed with audio data. This allows the tool to record those audio and video components which occur in a typical 'unified communication environment'. Secondly, the software will in future also run on Windows – previously it was intended for use only in conjunction with the Linux-based BackTrack 3 penetration testing distribution. The developers plan to make the new version available for download shortly.


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