Just the other day I performed some quick testing with jitsi video and
audio chats and a packet sniffer. Although XMPP traversed the server
(even with clients within the same LAN), video and audio chat
established true peer-to-peer.
Beyond this, you are much better off using ZRTP with PFS (as is
implemented) than leveraging encryption keys you can't trust.
You can register for an XMPP account on jit.si, and establish voice
and video calls with other jitsi users.
Hope this helps,
On Dec 9, 2013, at 9:31 PM, David Bolton <email@example.com> wrote:
Maybe this page will answer some of your questions:
The page is still in progress, but as soon as it is done it will be
listed in the User Documentation.
On 12/9/2013 9:40 AM, Steve Green wrote:
What I am trying to do is peer to peer encrypted voice/chat without
someone listening in the middle as it is in skype/google. Which
account or how to acomplsh this using jitsi? For example while jitsi
states that it is peer to peer encrypted, i have no trust in this
considering it has interface to google talk, which is the second least
trusted IM platform after skype, for me anyway.
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