[sip-comm-dev] ZRTP label and button


#1

Hi Romain, Emanuel,

We're experiencing some problems with the secure label and I just have noticed that the ZRTP secure label and button are accessed directly in the SCCallback in the media bundle.

I think that it would be a good idea to move everything related to the gui part (JLabel, JButton,.., setIcon, setText, setToolTipText, etc.) in the ui bundle and to use additional listeners if needed in order to set the current state of the encryption. The ui bundle should get all information it needs about the encryption through a service and listeners. We're thus keeping the dependence to the swing package only in the ui bundle.

Cheers,
Yana

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#2

Hey folks,

The best way to resolve this would be to add to the callsession
interface a few extra methods. They should allow the implementation of
the secure telephony operation set to control use of encryption. We
would probably also need to add an extra listener that would deliver
information on the status of the call security.

Then we should also add pretty much the same stuff in
OperationSetSecureTelephony so that the UI could, again, control call
security and get notified for security events.

Is this making sense?

Emil

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On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 12:52 PM, Yana Stamcheva <yana@sip-communicator.org> wrote:

Hi Romain, Emanuel,

We're experiencing some problems with the secure label and I just have
noticed that the ZRTP secure label and button are accessed directly in the
SCCallback in the media bundle.

I think that it would be a good idea to move everything related to the gui
part (JLabel, JButton,.., setIcon, setText, setToolTipText, etc.) in the ui
bundle and to use additional listeners if needed in order to set the current
state of the encryption. The ui bundle should get all information it needs
about the encryption through a service and listeners. We're thus keeping the
dependence to the swing package only in the ui bundle.

Cheers,
Yana

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#3

Hi All,

as a non-programming observer-tester, I would like to say
both SIP and XMPP voice calls should be able to use ZRTP.
I believe this is already planned and almost implemented.

Video calls sometime in the future. Since many USB video
cams grab as much CPU power as they can, the priority is
to replace IM and voice via Skype by an open source
program that can do this in a secure fashion by 1.0RC1..

I now have my own XMPP server (ejabberd-2.0.2_2 on Ubuntu)
and SIP server (OpenSER /Milkfish on WRT54GS) )running,
even if they are behind a remote NAT with port forwarding.
I can now do a lot of testing.with my own servers that should be
standards compliant.

Regards, Earl

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