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[liberationtech] Let's talk about ZRTP

Mark Belinsky mark at guardianproject.info
Mon Dec 3 08:53:51 PST 2012


When I presented our Open Source Telephony Network (OSTN) project at
HOPE 9<http://www.hopenumbernine.net/schedule/>a few months ago with
Lee, we ran phone calls over the public network and
invited people to sniff and check for vulnerabilities. The project is ZRTP
and open source and the invite remains open for anyone who wants to help
out and test. We've gotten it to work on Blackberry, Symbian, iOS, Android
and all variants of desktop OS if you want to try it. More details at
https://ostel.me/

All the best,
Mark


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On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 9:54 AM, Nathan of Guardian <
nathan at guardianproject.info> wrote:

> Fabio Pietrosanti (naif):
> > Does anyone have tried it?
>
> It was a bit flakey when we tested it last year in our work on
> OSTN/OStel. CSipSimple seemed to be the better choice.
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