A virtual private network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network, such as the Internet. It enables a computer to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if it were directly connected to the private network, while benefiting from the functionality, security and management policies of the private network. This […]
As I could see there are lot of articles about knockd and it’s implementation. So, what are my efforts to make this unique? I made it simple, but detail oriented and have commented on controversies and criticism that exist. Here is an outline on what I’ve discussed. What is port knocking? What is knockd? - […]
OpenVPN Access Server(AS) is a full featured SSL VPN software solution that integrates OpenVPN server capabilities, enterprise management capabilities, simplified OpenVPN Connect UI, and OpenVPN Client software packages that accommodate Windows OS, MAC OS, and Linux environments. OpenVPN Access Server supports a wide range of configurations, including secure remote access to internal network and/or private […]
PPTP or PopTop is a vpn implementation that is rather similar to OpenVPN. The difference is that PPTP is quite a bit less secure than OpenVPN, as it is not encrypted. That said, if you need quick VPN solution that’s easy and hassle free to set up, PPTP is the obvious choice.
Kvpnc is a KDE4 tool to make vpn connections, but still working fine under Gnome too, i have this tool tested this morning to connect to my work company who is working with cisco pcf files . its really great KVpnc is a KDE Desktop Environment frontend for various vpn clients. It supports Cisco VPN […]
1142Posted November 12, 2009 by M.el Khamlichi
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