Some customers report a crash problem to us. All of them deploy “SIP over TLS” in their VoIP networks. We have upgraded miniSIPServer to latest V35 (build 20190313) with following key modifications.
(1) In the latest miniSIPServer, SSL library has been upgraded to the latest version.
(2) Only TLSv1.2 method is kept, that means SSLv2, SSLv3, TLSv1 and TLSv1.1 are cut. When we did research on customers’ problems, we found some bad guys were trying to use the bug of SSLv3 to hack into MSS. We have to move all these methods out to defend that. In future, we will add other methods, such as TLSv1.3. At this time, we need confirm SIP phones can support TLSv1.2 too if we want to deploy SIP over TLS.
In another way, we refine “SIP over TLS” document to provide a simple demo on how to create certificate files.
We were busy on migrating our official website to new cloud computing systems in the past week. At the same time, we configure HTTPS for our website by default.
Now when you visit our website with HTTP connection, it will be converted to HTTPS automatically. It will make sure of communication between you and our website to anti invalid watching or modifications.
Since our system has been built on new cloud systems, it should be more stabler and faster. If you have any problem when visiting our website, please update us. We are appreciated for that.
miniSIPServer.com is now HTTPS enabled. That means all your communication between your browser and our website will be encrypted.
Now you can visit cloud-MSS site with following linker:
With latest V13.1, MSS can support “SIP over TLS” now. In some enterprise communication systems, they often requre that SIP/Call signals or messages must be crypted to protect users information. Now it is very easy to do that with this new version.
Please refer to our online document for more details about this feature: