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Testing SIP Security on a Budget, Part 1

Oct 02, 2008, 00:07 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Lisa Phifer)

"Of course, it's always faster to start by downloading an existing toolbox that someone else has compiled. For example, check out the SecureLogix VoIP Assessment Tools archive (above, right)—a zip file containing source code for dozens of tools developed by David Endler and Mark Collier, authors of Hacking Exposed: VoIP (ISBN: 0072263644). Or download and burn a LiveCD of a general-purpose penetration test toolkit like BackTrack3—a bootable Linux environment that includes roughly 30 VoIP and Telephony analysis tools"

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