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Re: [Linphone-developers] Source PHP code of https://www.linphone.org:44
Re: [Linphone-developers] Source PHP code of https://www.linphone.org:444/lft.php, and OTR
Wed, 08 Apr 2015 21:18:36 +0200
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I created a page on the liblinphone wiki about file transfer. It's to be
completed but you'll find the php source on it.
There is no plan for OTR for the chat but an experimental feature is
already available to encrypt chat messages. You can enable it using the
--enable-lime configure switch(it's off be default). It uses extra key
material generated during previous ZRTP session to encrypt the chat
message/files so you must have at least a ZRTP verified call before
using the feature to securely exchange messages.
On 05/04/15 02:11, Palatinux Fortress wrote:
* Images exchanged in the Linphone chat function are up- and downloaded
Since some of us would not like to share our unencrypted images with the
Linphone servers; can we get a copy of lft.php so we can set it up on
our own servers?
* Can we adjust the (Android) source code in such a way that we can
upload 'any' file instead of images only?
* Linphone uses SIP SIMPLE to send chats plain-text across the Internet
(when TLS is not used). Is OTR planned for the chat?
And yup, we tried Jitsi, but it crashes even more often than Linphone.
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