I was wondering does anyone know good tools (for WIndows) to reconstruct captured RTP stream into audible format?
I am trying to assess the level of IPT security in our Enterprise and one thing I would like to show is how easy it is for hackers to capture unencrypted RTP traffic, reconstruct the conversation and play it out.
I think that such tools are available, so I am just looking for the recommended ones.
It depends how paranoid you are. If you are talking about voice RTP traffic within your LAN/WAN I would not even worry about it. If you are worried then I assume most of your LAN traffic is encripted, from emails to internal SQL transactions.
In other words analyze voice RTP security the same way as email traffic. Both are main means of communications and can be stored/saved.
And remember, most of the hacking comes from the insiders.
There are freeware sniffers like ettercap that can be used to perform man in the middle attacks and capture voip traffic. I dont remember the tool available in linux that can decode a voip sniffer dump.i will see if i can find the name for it.
Its not at all hard for a person with enough knowledge to be dangerous to sniff on your network. Again voip security is something that very much depends on your lan network security as well.
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