SIPVicious PRO does not require a specific installation procedure. We distribute binaries for the following systems:
├── darwin │ └── amd64 ├── linux │ ├── 386 │ └── amd64 └── windows ├── 386 └── amd64
The executable binaries may be saved in a directory that is in the default path so that it is available to the user that needs to run it, or may be run locally. For example, on Linux and NIX systems, that might be
/usr/local/bin, while on Windows that might be
SIPVicious PRO makes use of Opus which is an external dependency for the Linux and OSX builds. For Debian-flavoured distributions (e.g. Ubuntu), this can be installed by running the following:
sudo apt-get install pkg-config libopus-dev libopusfile-dev
For Mac OSX, the following command would install it given that you have homebrew set up already:
brew install pkg-config opus opusfile
If you are making use of SIPVicious PRO from Windows, the correct DLL files are already distributed with your build and therefore, no extra files need to be downloaded.
For the fuzzer modules, we make use of 3rd-party/external mutators which need to be installed on the system running SIPVicious PRO. Users have the choice of using radamsa or zzuf as a mutator.
To acquire radamsa, one should visit the radamsa releases page and follow the instructions. A similar method is required for zzuf, by visiting the releases page for that project. Once the code is compiled, make sure that the binaries (
zzuf) are copied to your
/usr/local/bin on Linux systems.
Alternatively, one may install this software by using the package found on their Linux distribution.
On Redhat flavoured Linux distributions, that might be done by running:
yum install radamsa yum install zzuf
On Debian flavoured Linux distributions, that might be done by running:
apt-get install radamsa apt-get install zzuf
The tool loads up configuration files from the local directory which change the default behaviour of the tool. Therefore, the directory from which the command is run may change the default behaviour of the tool if a configuration file is found. Additionally, command line auto-completion is available for the bash shell by making use of the
utils dump autocomplete command. Some basic details on how to install bash automatic completion can be found in the command line basics page.
Notification of new builds of SIPVicious PRO is sent by email with instructions on how to download the new version. The old
sipvicious binary can then be overwritten with the new one.