As security is a broad topic touching on many sections of WebRTC this section is not meant to address all topics but instead to focus on specific “hot spots”, areas that require special attention due to the unique properties of the WebRTC service. There are several security related topics that are of particular interest with respect to WebRTC. They can be grouped into the following areas: Identity Management
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Codecs signifies the media stream’s compession and decompression. For peers to have suceesfull excchange of media, they need a common set of codecs to agree upon for the session . The list codecs are sent between each other as part of offeer and answer or SDP in SIP. As WebRTC provides containerless bare mediastreamgtrackobjects. Codecs … Continue reading WebRTC Audio/Video Codecs
CPasS ( communication platform as a service ) is cloud based communication platform that provides real time communication capabilities. This should be easily integrable with any given external environment or application of the customer, without him worrying about building backend infrastructure or interfaces .
SBC became important part of comm systems developed over SIP and MGCP. SBC offer B2BUA ( Back to Back user agent) behavior to control both signalling and media traffic.
Setting up a ec2 instance on AWS for web real time communication platform over nodejs and socket.io using WebRTC . Primarily a Web Call , Chat and conference platform uses WebRTC for the media stream and socketio for the signalling . Additionally used technologies are nosql for session information storage , REST Apis for getting sessions details to third parties.
Identity Management ,
Browser Security ,
Browser Threat Model
Best practices for the Webrtc comm agents
ICE TURN challenges
continue : Streaming / broadcasting Live Video call to non webrtc supported browsers and media players
This blog is in continuation to the attempts / outcomes and problems in building a WebRTC to RTP media framework that successfully stream / broadcast WebRTC content to non webrtc supported browsers ( safari / IE ) / media players ( VLC )
As the title of this article suggests I am going to pen my attempts of streaming / broadcasting Live Video WebRTC call to non WebRTC supported browsers and media players such as VLC , ffplay , default video player in Linux etc . I am currently attempting to do this by making my own MP4 … Continue reading Streaming / broadcasting Live Video call to non webrtc supported browsers and media players
Error in connectivity , errors in console , blank video are the problems that might appear . So well err things begin to get a bit complicated from here . To bypass network firewalls , corporate net policies , UDP blocks and filters we require a TURN server .
SDP signaling and negotiation for media plane Read more on SDP and its attributes : https://telecom.altanai.com/2014/01/03/sip-in-depth/(opens in a new tab) Media plane adaptation is done at the SBC for network carried media, it should be done for all network hosted media services which face peer-to-peer media. The high-level architecture elements of WebRTC media streams can be divided … Continue reading WebRTC Media Streams
This post is deals with some less known real world implication of developing and integrating WebRTC with telecom service providers network and bring the solution in action . The regulatory and legal constrains are bought to light after the product is in action and are mostly result of short sightedness . The following is a … Continue reading Regulatory/Legal Considerations and CALEA with WebRTC development
We started in winters on 2012 with Webrtc . At time time it just looked like a new tech jargon that might fade away when new ones comes . In many many WebRTC’s buzz has died down since its massive adoption. But i nevertheless still see a lot of potential and development around it. What … Continue reading WebRTC SIP / IMS solution