P2PSIP Security Overview and Risk Analysis
draft-matuszewski-p2psip-security-requirements-06

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Abstract

This document provides a security overview and analysis for the Peer- to-Peer Session Initiation Protocol (P2PSIP) overlay network. It discusses security threats for the P2PSIP architecture and its components. It compares security difference between client/server (C/S) and P2P implementations of SIP, and then partitions the P2PSIP architecture into layers and analyzes the security issues in each layer and the security relationship among the layers.

Authors

Song Yongchao (melodysong@huawei.com)
Marcin Matuszewski (marcin.matuszewski@futureinvest.pl)
Dan York (dyork@voxeo.com)

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