14 May 2007 | 5,258 views

VoIP Security Testing Tools List from VoIPSA

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The VoIP Security Alliance (VOIPSA) is pleased to announce the public release of its VoIP security tool list. Check it out at:

http://www.voipsa.org/Resources/tools.php

This VoIP Security Tool List provides categories, descriptions and links to current free and commercial VoIP security tools.

This list was developed to address the current void of VoIP security testing resources and sites, for vendors and VoIP users alike. It is separated into the following seven broad categories:

  • VoIP Sniffing Tools
  • VoIP Scanning and Enumeration Tools
  • VoIP Packet Creation and Flooding Tools
  • VoIP Fuzzing Tools
  • VoIP Signaling Manipulation Tools
  • VoIP Media Manipulation Tools
  • Miscellaneous Tools

The key objectives of the list are as follows:

  1. Provide links to tools that help test the efficacy of implemented best practices outlined by VOIPSA’s Best Practices Project.
  2. Facilitate the open discussion of VoIP security tool information to help users better audit and defend their VoIP devices and deployments.
  3. Provide vendors the information needed to proactively test their VoIP devices’ ability to function and withstand real-world attacks.

VoIPSA Resources.



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2 Responses to “VoIP Security Testing Tools List from VoIPSA”

  1. hoip 14 May 2007 at 1:49 pm Permalink

    News?
    This article is readable for 3 months minimum !

  2. m zade 12 June 2007 at 6:50 am Permalink

    all open source test tools