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Installing VideoJak

First, you should know about VAST, which is a free live DVD distro dedicated to VoIP/Video security testing. VAST is the easiest way to get VideoJak with all of the features enabled. VAST already has VideoJak compiled and running perfectly for all features, with all dependencies installed. So if you would like to download and evaluate VAST, take a look at the website.


First, make sure you get the basic dependencies. The following steps will satisfy dependencies for Ubuntu 9.10 and/or BT4:

  1. bughira@vipervast# apt-get update
  2. bughira@vipervast# apt-get install build-essential
  3. bughira@vipervast# apt-get install zlib1g-dev liblzo2-dev
  4. bughira@vipervast# apt-get install libpcap0.8-dev libnet1-dev
  5. bughira@vipervast# apt-get install libasound2-dev
  6. bughira@vipervast# apt-get install libbz2-dev

Installation using Debian package

We also have a debian package available for download. It's available under the videojak debian package folder, in the download section.

You can install videojak using root@bughira# dpkg -i videojak_x.x.deb

Installing from source

VideoJak compiles and runs perfectly on BT3, BT4, and Ubuntu 9.10. The following steps show the recommended installation procedure for running VideoJak with the latest features:

  1. bughira@vipervast# tar -zxvf videojak-xxx.tar.gz
  2. bughira@vipervast# cd videojak-xxx
  3. bughira@vipervast:~/videojak-xxx# ./configure
  4. bughira@vipervast:~/videojak-xxx# make
  5. bughira@vipervast:~/videojak-xxx# make install