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Audio CAPTCHA: Existing solutions assessment and a new implementation for VoIP telephony

Audio CAPTCHA: Existing solutions assessment and a new implementation for VoIP telephony,10.1016/j.cose.2009.12.003,Computers & Security,Yannis Soupio

Audio CAPTCHA: Existing solutions assessment and a new implementation for VoIP telephony   (Citations: 3)
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SPam over Internet Telephony (SPIT) is a potential source of future annoyance in Voice over IP (VoIP) systems. A typical way to launch a SPIT attack is the use of an automated procedure (i.e., bot), which generates calls and produces unsolicited audio messages. A known way to protect against SPAM is a Reverse Turing Test, called CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computer and Humans Apart). In this paper, we evaluate existing audio CAPTCHA, as this type of format is more suitable for VoIP systems, to help them fight bots. To do so, we first suggest specific attributes-requirements that an audio CAPTCHA should meet in order to be effective. Then, we evaluate this set of popular audio CAPTCHA, and demonstrate that there is no existing implementation suitable enough for VoIP environments. Next, we develop and implement a new audio CAPTCHA, which is suitable for SIP-based VoIP telephony. Finally, the new CAPTCHA is tested against users and bots and demonstrated to be efficient.
Journal: Computers & Security - COMPSEC , vol. 29, no. 5, pp. 603-618, 2010
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