[Freeswitch-users] ZORG, new C++ and Java ZRTP implementation public release
Fabio Pietrosanti (naif)
lists at infosecurity.ch
Wed Jan 12 12:40:20 MSK 2011
Milan, January 12th 2011 - PrivateWave Italia S.p.A, italian company
engaged in developing technologies for privacy protection and
information security in voice telecommunications, is pleased to announce
the release of ZORG, a new open source ZRTP protocol implementation
available for download from http://www.zrtp.org .
ZRTP  provides end-to-end key exchange with Elliptic Curve
Diffie-Hellmann 384bit and AES-256 SRTP encryption .
ZORG has been originally developed and implemented in PrivateWave's
PrivateGSM voice encryption products available for the following
platforms: Blackberry, Nokia and iOS (iPhone) .
Zorg C++ has been integrated with PJSIP open source VoIP SDK  and
it's provided as integration patch against PJSIP 1.8.5. It has been
tested on iPhone, Symbian, Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Zorg Java has been integrated within a custom version of MJSIP  open
source SDK on Blackberry platform and it includes memory usage
optimizations required to reduce at minimum garbage collector activity.
Both platforms have separated and modular cryptographic back-ends so
that the cryptographic algorithms implementation could be easily swapped
with other ones.
ZORG is licensed under GNU AGPL and source code is available on github
We are releasing it under open source and in coherence with our approach
to security  as we really hope that it can be useful for the open
source ecosystem to create new voice encryption systems in support of
freedom of speech.
More than 20 pjsip-based open source VoIP encryption software (several
written in Java) could directly benefit from ZORG release.
We would be happy to receive proposal of cooperation, new integration,
new cryptographic back-ends, bug scouting and whatever useful to improve
and let ZRTP affirm as voice encryption standard.
Zorg is available from http://www.zrtp.org .
 ZRTP: http://http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZRTP
 PJSIP: http://www.pjsip.org
 MJSIP: http://www.mjsip.org
 Security approach:http://www.privatewave.com/security/approch.html
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