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BackTrack 5 Cookbook by David De Smet, Willie Pritchett

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Chapter 8. Voice over IP (VoIP)

In this chapter, we will cover:

  • Using Svmap
  • Finding valid extensions
  • Monitoring, capturing, and eavesdropping on VoIP traffic
  • Using VoIPong
  • Mastering UCSniff
  • Mastering Xplico
  • Capturing SIP authentication
  • Mastering VoIP Hopper
  • Causing a denial of service
  • Attacking VoIP using Metasploit
  • Sniffing DECT phones

Introduction

In this chapter, we will explore various ways for penetration testing VoIP networks. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology allows voice calls to be made over data networks. Generally speaking, a Private Branch Exchange (PBX) system is used in conjunction with a number of physical and soft (software) phones. A PBX serves as a bridge between the internal network and the phone carrier, and allows the phone ...

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