Sunday, September 13, 2009

Steganography meets VoIP in hacker world

An excellent way to hide messages or malicious payloads, making use of the unused UDP-RTP bits on a voice stream. I bet I can see the malformed or modified part of the RTP stream on Wireshark! Back to the lab for some tests!

Complete details on the link below.

Steganography meets VoIP in hacker world
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Have fun inserting stuff on those unused bits!

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