XMPP/Media Library for .NET and Windows Phone 7.5

  •        146

.NET libraries for XMPP, TLS, RTP, STUN, SOCKS and more for windows and windows phone.




Related Projects

STUN Client and Server

This project implements a simple STUN server and client on Windows, Linux, and Solaris. The STUN protocol (Simple Traversal of UDP through NATs) is described in the IETF RFC 3489, available at http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3489.txt

RTP text/t140 Library

RTP text/t140 Library is a reference implementation for RTP Payload Type for Text Conversation (RFC 4103). The library has source code for encoding and decoding RFC 4103 data, and may be used either as a plug-in to JMF or in a separate RTP sender/receive

ghostunnel - A simple SSL/TLS proxy with mutual authentication for securing non-TLS services

Ghostunnel is a simple TLS proxy with mutual authentication support for securing non-TLS backend applications.Ghostunnel supports two modes, client mode and server mode. Ghostunnel in server mode runs in front of a backend server and accepts TLS-secured connections, which are then proxied to the (insecure) backend. A backend can be a TCP domain/port or a UNIX domain socket. Ghostunnel in client mode accepts (insecure) connections through a TCP or UNIX domain socket and proxies them to a TLS-secured service. In other words, ghostunnel is a replacement for stunnel.


Library for handling xmpp with python. Written with jabberd2 in mind so it uses DISCO for browsing, privacy rules sets for invisible presence, SASL for authentication, TLS for security and so on...

RTP Monitor

The RTP Monitor discovers RTP flows, used by Internet phone applications, and monitors their QoS metrics, observing the interference caused by traffic congestion. It uses distributed collecting agents and provides feedback about the quality in the calls.

MungeTLS - inspect/modify TLS 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 traffic

A minimal TLS server implementation with a plugin system for manipulating and monitoring every stage of the TLS handshake and application data.

TLS - Transport Layer Security protocol implementation in Python

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a cryptographic protocol designed to provide communication security over the Internet. This is an open source Python implementation of TLS 1.2, using the Python Cryptographic Authority's (PyCA's) Cryptography libraries for all cryptographic primitives (e.g. AES, RSA, etc.). This project is part of PyCA's efforts to standardize and improve crypto libraries in Python.

slt - A TLS reverse proxy with SNI multiplexing in Go

slt is a dead-simple TLS reverse-proxy with SNI multiplexing (TLS virtual hosts).That means you can send TLS/SSL connections for multiple different applications to the same port and forward them all to the appropriate backend hosts depending on the intended destination.

forge - A native implementation of TLS in Javascript and tools to write crypto-based and network-heavy webapps

A native implementation of TLS (and various other cryptographic tools) in JavaScript. The Forge software is a fully native implementation of the TLS protocol in JavaScript, a set of cryptography utilities, and a set of tools for developing Web Apps that utilize many network resources.

Smack - A highly modular and portable open source XMPP client library written in Java for JVMs (JavaSE) and Android

Smack is an open source, highly modular, easy to use, XMPP client library written in Java for Java SE compatible JVMs and Android.A pure Java library, it can be embedded into your applications to create anything from a full XMPP instant messaging client to simple XMPP integrations such as sending notification messages and presence-enabling devices. Smack and XMPP allows you to easily exchange data, in various ways e.g. fire-and-forget, publish-subscribe, between human and non-human endpoints (M2M, IoT, …).

Xabber - XMPP client for Android

Xabber is the most popular open-source XMPP client for Android. It supports multiple XEPs, Off-The-Record (OTR) chat encryption and is available in multiple languages. Xabber is standards compliant and secure, supporting a vast number of XMPP extensions and services. It is compatible with all standard XMPP servers. Ejabberd, Prosody, Operfire, etc.

xmpp-client - An XMPP client with OTR support

xmpp-client is a simple XMPP client written in pure Go. It's a terminal program and so probably doesn't work on Windows. xmpp-client expects a config file in ~/.xmpp-client. You can set the location of the config file with --config-file on the command line. If it fails to parse a config file, it'll enter enrollment: where it'll ask a series of questions to configure itself and will then write a config file from the answers.

distcache, Distributed session caching

Distributed session caching tools and APIs, primarily for SSL/TLS servers though perhaps useful for other (non-SSL/TLS) circumstances. Also includes a self-contained network abstraction library (libnal), and the sslswamp SSL/TLS benchmark/test utility.

KeyBox - Web-based SSH console that centrally manages administrative access to systems

KeyBox is an open-source web-based SSH console that centrally manages administrative access to systems. Web-based administration is combined with management and distribution of user's public SSH keys. Key management and administration is based on profiles assigned to defined users. KeyBox layers TLS/SSL on top of SSH and acts as a bastion host for administration. Protocols are stacked (TLS/SSL + SSH) so infrastructure cannot be exposed through tunneling / port forwarding.

tls-observatory - An observatory for TLS configurations, X509 certificates, and more.

The analysis at the end tell you what need to be changed to reach the old, intermediate or modern level. We recommend to target the intermediate level by default, and modern if you don't care about old clients.A docker container also exists that contains the CLI, API, Scanner and Runner. Fetch is from docker pull mozilla/tls-observatory.

server-side-tls - Server side TLS Tools

This repository also contains the mediawiki source for Mozilla's Server Side TLS document at https://wiki.mozilla.org/Security/Server_Side_TLS .

cipherscan - A very simple way to find out which SSL ciphersuites are supported by a target.

Cipherscan tests the ordering of the SSL/TLS ciphers on a given target, for all major versions of SSL and TLS. It also extracts some certificates informations, TLS options, OCSP stapling and more. Cipherscan is a wrapper above the openssl s_client command line.Cipherscan is meant to run on all flavors of unix. It ships with its own built of OpenSSL for Linux/64 and Darwin/64. On other platform, it will use the openssl version provided by the operating system (which may have limited ciphers support), or your own version provided in the -o command line flag.

lemur - Repository for the Lemur Certificate Manager

Lemur manages TLS certificate creation. While not able to issue certificates itself, Lemur acts as a broker between CAs and environments providing a central portal for developers to issue TLS certificates with 'sane' defaults.It works on CPython 3.5. We deploy on Ubuntu and develop on OS X.

bud - Bud - The TLS Terminator

A TLS terminator for superheroes.Bud is implemented fully in C, with the exception to the tests which are running on node.js. The networking level is provided by libuv, and the SSL implementation by OpenSSL 1.0.2h.

nssocket - An elegant way to define lightweight protocols on-top of TCP/TLS sockets in node.js

Working within node.js it is very easy to write lightweight network protocols that communicate over TCP or TLS. The definition of such protocols often requires repeated (and tedious) parsing of individual TCP/TLS packets into a message header and some JSON body.Although this is not as optimal as other message formats (pure binary, msgpack) most of your applications are probably IO-bound, and not by the computation time needed for serialization / deserialization. When working with NsSocket instances, all events are namespaced under data to avoid collision with other events.