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    voip packet sniffing

    Kinda curious anybody know of any software for converting packets of sniffed voip to voice or into perhaps plane text. I'm still doing more research on the protocols but havent had much time yet with it. Or any links refering to any more detailed info on voip packet sniffing. well thanks all.

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    I havent really played with sniffers for VOIP but i found this on antionline:
    http://www.antionline.com/printthrea...1&pagenumber=1
    Hope this helps you.
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    sweet thanks. I thought I had seen something on irongeek's web site at one point on it thanks

    -chris-

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    Well i checked out cain but it appears to only be for a windows box which is lame. I'm a die hard linux user though lately i've been realizing i may still need a windows box to kick around and get mad at. lols. anywas any ideas for linux i've been using ethereal just curious as to any more advance info found some info on google so any extra info would be nice

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    There is a tutorial on irongeeks web site, i was looking at it the other day, but alas, it uses cain :-(



    //found it for you!

    http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/cainvoip1
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    Much apprciated. On the link there. I'm in the process of piecing together a windows box. I wish the unix world would just take over. well anywas thanks again.

    -chris-

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    That's a very nice post about CAIM.

    It's really useful for my penetration and feature test
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    Well, since this old thread was brought up, I figure I should also mention VOMIT for the Linux lover in you:

    http://vomit.xtdnet.nl/

    but my guess is Cain supports more codecs.

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