I hope this question fits this stackexchange: From what I understand, IPSec takes care of encrypting everything above the IP layer (transport, application). Does that mean that if I open a socket ...
HAIPE is derived off IPSec but can someone draw up the differences between using IPSec with Suite B crypto and HAIPE with Suite B? We can drop Suite A or classified info for this question; staying ...
There seems to be similar encryption going into both. They both use asymmetric (RSA, elliptic curves, etc) for the initial key exchange, then go to some symmetric (AES, Blowfish, etc) protocol. I'm ...
If the subject makes no sense to you, that's fine, it makes no sense to me. I've been tasked with securing emails sent from some devices, and I'm looking for advice on intelligent questions to ask to ...
I am looking at different VPN protocols.  L2TP does not provide encryption so require IPSec to encrypt the data  IPSec tunnel provide encryption to the tunnel What is the difference in terms ...
Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) is a successor of the ISO standard Network Layer Security Protocol (NLSP). What are the advantages, disadvantages, other interesting facts regarding the protocol?