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Jitsi is your best option for now of a client that supports both
OTR/XMPP and ZRTP/SIP (encrypted calling). It is technically
possible to do an end-to-end encrypted video call with Jitsi using
ZRTP, but you have to get the setup just right.
+1 to Jitsi.
One possible hole here is that OTR/XMPP encrypts your IMs and ZRTP/SIP
encrypts your voice and video, but nothing encrypts your signalling
for call setup. That could be solved if OTR were able to encrypt full
XMPP stanzas and you used Jingle, or if OTR were used to encrypt the
SIP messages. I am not sure if either of those is possible right now.
I'm cc'ing Emil Ivov of the Jitsi project in case he wants to reply
(or you might ask on the Jitsi list).
Indeed call details about call participants and duration, would be
visible to the servers (which is still better than what you'd get with
many SIP deployments that use plain TCP or UDP).
Using OTR to encrypt the Jingle IQs does sound feasible but we haven't
thought about it before.
On 15.02.13, 14:19, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
On 2/15/13 1:31 AM, Nathan of Guardian wrote:
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