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What is Sippts?

Sippts is a set of tools to audit VoIP servers and devices using SIP protocol. Sippts is programmed in Perl script and it allows us to check the security of a VoIP server using SIP protocol.

Is it free?

Yes. You can freely use, modify and distribute. If modified, please put a reference to this site.

Can be use sippts for illegal purposes?

Most security tools can be used for illegal purposes, but the purpose of this tool is to check the security of your own servers and not to use to do bad things. I am not responsible for the misuse of this tool.

Set of tools for penetration test over SIP protocol

Sippts is a set of tools to audit VoIP servers and devices using SIP protocol. Sippts is programmed in Perl script and the tools are:

  • Sipscan is a fast scanner for SIP services that uses multithread. Sipscan can check several IPs and port ranges and it can work over UDP or TCP.

Click here to read more about SIPscan

  • Sipexten identifies extensions on a SIP server. Also tells you if the extension line requires authentication or not. Sipexten can check several IPs and port ranges.

Click here to read more about SIPexten

  • Sipcracker is a remote password cracker. Sipcracker can test passwords for several users in different IPs and port ranges.

Click here to read more about SIPcracker

  • Sipinvite checks if a server allow us to make calls without authentication. If the SIP server has a bad configuration, it will allow us to make calls to external numbers. Also it can allow us to transfer the call to a second external number.

Click here to read more about SIPinvite

  • Sipsniff is a simple sniffer for SIP protocol that allows us to filter by SIP method type.

Click here to read more about SIPsniff

  • Sipspy is a simple sip server that show us digest auth requests and responses.

Click here to read more about SIPspy

  • SipDigestLeak Exploits the SIP digest leak vulnerability discovered by Sandro Gauci that affects a large number of hardware and software devices.

Click here to read more about SIPDigestLeak

Operating System

Sippts has been tested on:

  • Linux
  • Mac OS X
  • Windows

Requirements

  • Perl

And install next modules:

  • cpan -i IO:Socket:Timeout
  • cpan -i NetAddr:IP
  • cpan -i String:HexConvert
  • cpan -i Net:Pcap
  • cpan -i Net::Address::IP::Local
  • cpan -i DBD::SQLite

In a Debian system or Kali Linux:

  • apt install libio-socket-timeout-perl libnetaddr-ip-perl libnet-address-ip-local-perl libnet-pcap-perl libtext-string-hexconvert-perl libdbd-sqlite3-perl

Last release: 2.0.3