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Sniffing Vonage app credentials on Android

posted Aug 13, 2014, 8:51 PM by EZvoip Co
After installing Vonage app (an older version)

Using ADB

Install ADB
Turn on “USB Debugging” on your Android.
On the device, to go the home screen, press MENU, select Applications > Development, then enable USB debugging.
Connect your phone to your computer.
Open a command prompt (Win+R, type “cmd”, press Enter)
Type in “adb root”
Type in “adb shell”
Type in “cat /data/data/com.vonage.andrd/shared_prefs/VonageSettings.xml”
Your SIP username is where you see SipPrincipal in the xml file. Your SIP password is where you see SipPassword, and the SIP server (or proxy server) is where you see SipDomain.

Using a terminal emulator on your Android (like Better Terminal Emulator) for rooted phones ONLY:

Type in “su”
Type in “cat /data/data/com.vonage.andrd/shared_prefs/VonageSettings.xml”
Your SIP username is where you see SipPrincipal in the xml file. Your SIP password is where you see SipPassword, and the SIP server (or proxy server) is where you see SipDomain.

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