Viproy Voip Pen-Test Kit provides penetration testing modules for VoIP networks. It supports signalling analysis for SIP and Skinny protocols, IP phone services and network infrastructure. Viproy 2.0 is released at Blackhat Arsenal USA 2014 with TCP/TLS support for SIP, vendor extentions support, Cisco CDP spoofer/sniffer, Cisco Skinny protocol analysers, VOSS exploits and network analysis modules. Furthermore, Viproy provides SIP and Skinny development libraries for custom fuzzing and analyse modules. Viproy VoIP Kit was used for VoIP exploit demonstrations in VoIP Wars presentation series, Departed Communications presentationm series and live VoIP Wars trainings in Black Hat, DEF CON, HITB, AusCERT and Troopers.
Viproxy MITM Proxy and Testing Tools is developed using Metasploit Framework environment located in the Viproy modules. It is a standalone Metasploit module which enables users to intercept the TCP/TLS traffic and to execute some attacks against thick client applications, mobile applications and VoIP clients. Viproxy can be used to attack the Microsoft Lync and Skype for Business environments as demonstrated during the VoIP Wars: The Phreakers Awaken in Black Hat USA 2016 and VoIP Wars: Destroying Jar Jar Lync presentation at Black Hat Europe 2015, GSEC Hack In The Box Singapore 2015 and Ruxcon 2015 events. Viproxy has magic words to perform inline attacks. It also has an online rule console to manage the attacks including INVITE subject update, MESSAGE content update and sending invalid content for fuzzing.
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Current version: 4.1 (Requires ruby 2.1.X and Metasploit Framework Github Repo)
Pre-installed repo: https://github.com/fozavci/metasploit-framework-with-viproy
Copy “lib” and “modules” folders’ content to Metasploit root directory.
Mixins.rb File (lib/msf/core/auxiliary/mixins.rb) should contains the following lines