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This draft provides a way for cooperating endpoints to disclose their SRTP
keys to authorized elements in the network. This allows deployment of SRTP
in environments where call recording is necessary to meet legal requirements
(stock brokers, banks) or business requirements (typical call centers where
"calls are monitored for quality purposes").
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> Title : Disclosing Secure RTP (SRTP) Session
> Keys with a SIP Event Package
> Author(s) : D. Wing, et al.
> Filename : draft-wing-sipping-srtp-key-00.txt
> Pages : 12
> Date : 2007-2-20
> Many Secure RTP (SRTP) key exchange mechanisms do not disclose the
> SRTP session keys to intermediate SIP proxies. However, these key
> exchange mechanisms cannot be used In environments where
> monitoring, or call recording are needed. This document
> specifies a
> secure mechanism for a cooperating endpoint to disclose its SRTP
> master keys to an authorized party.
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