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  1. #1
    Join Date
    November 2015

    Teamspeak Configurable Encryption

    It looks like TS is configured to use AES-256 for control messages, and can optionally be set to use it for voice packets as well. However, as Teamspeak has OpenSSL built into it, this might allow different block based methods like Mumble's 128 bit OCB-AES variant (depending on what OpenSSL provides.)

    Is there, or will there be a way to configure Teamspeak in the future to select different encryption modes globally through the server?

    On an unrelated note, is there still a planned TCP mode for Teamspeak for a future version?


  2. #2
    Join Date
    June 2008
    The encryption setting is hardcoded and can not be changed (don't think there a planes for this at all).

    I do not see an open "TCP for voice" ticket in our system. I think this was rejected 2-3 years ago.
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