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[liberationtech] Open Secure Telephony Network (OSTN)

Mark Belinsky mark.belinsky at gmail.com
Sun Jul 15 10:18:36 PDT 2012


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If you're at HOPE today, I'll be presenting OSTN with Lee at 17:00.
Happy to answer any questions there.

Anyone else can sign up for the Beta:

https://ostel.me

You can also install the Android app or the supported apps on
Blackberry, iOS, Nokia, Linux, Mac & PC, though the wiki details issues
on those platforms.

https://guardianproject.info/wiki/Ostel
<https://guardianproject.info/wiki/Ostel>

You can also create your own OSTN instance. Ours is named Ostel, you can
name yours, say, liberationtech. Instructions on that and installing
your own Freeswitch server:
https://guardianproject.info/2012/05/17/build-your-own-open-secure-telephony-network-some-assembly-required/
https://github.com/lazzarello/chef-twelvetone/tree/master/cookbooks/freeswitch
<https://github.com/lazzarello/chef-twelvetone/tree/master/cookbooks/freeswitch>

All the best,
Mark


- -- @mbelinsky | 4hours.wordpress.com | phone: +1-347-466-9327 | skype:
markontheline

On 7/15/12 9:52 AM, Nathan of Guardian wrote:
> On 07/15/2012 09:44 AM, Jacob Appelbaum wrote:
>>> Again: Is the source public? Have there been reviews/audits? Jake? :)
>
> We've recently put up two posts as part of our overall efforts to
> self-audit in a very public, transparent manner:
>
> "A Network Analysis of Encrypted Voice over OSTN"
> https://guardianproject.info/2012/07/05/a-network-analysis-of-encrypted-voice-over-ostn/
>
> "Threats and Usability of Secure Voice"
> https://guardianproject.info/2012/07/10/threats-and-usability-of-secure-voice/
>
>
> You can also find the project wiki here, which includes all the research
> we did into the various clients, servers, services, etc:
> https://guardianproject.info/wiki/OSTN
>
> As for source code, you can find everything here:
> https://github.com/guardianproject/OSTel
>
> Our full project tracker is also here, if you want to report bugs,
> comment on features, or otherwise get involved:
> https://dev.guardianproject.info/projects/ostn/roadmap
>
> It must be noted that OSTN is more an exercise in integration,
> configuration and tuning, than outright software development from
> scratch. All the pieces existed already to put the stack together
> (CSipSimple for Android, and Freeswitch server), but they just needed a
> bit more work on ensuring they worked together in a simple manner.
>
> So in summary, eff ya there are audits, notes, code, reports, and
> basically whatever else we can manage to put out there, in order to
> build trust with our users and supporters.
>
> +n
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