An ontology description for SIP security flaws

  title={An ontology description for SIP security flaws},
  author={Dimitris Geneiatakis and Costas Lambrinoudakis},
  journal={Computer Communications},
Voice over IP (VoIP) services based on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) gain ground as compared to other protocols like MGCP or H.323. However, the open SIP architecture constitutes the provided services vulnerable to various attacks, similar to those currently existing in Internet. The lack of a formal way to describe VoIP vulnerabilities hinders the development of tools that could be utilized for identifying such vulnerabilities or for testing the security level of the offered services… CONTINUE READING
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