Internet Protocol Security (IPsec) is a protocol suite for securing Internet Protocol (IP) communications by authenticating and encrypting each IP packet of a communication session. IPsec also includes protocols for establishing mutual authentication between agents at the beginning of the session ...
I have created two virtualbox ubuntu clones for the purpose of setting up a test strongswan ipsec network; I'm trying to follow this guide. The virtualbox machines are on a bridged adapter and i ...
Possible Duplicate: What is the difference in security between a VPN- and a SSL-connection? Which is more secure? And offer better access control?
As the title says, my firewall (Sonicwall) can do either IPSEC or L2TP/IPSEC for VPN connections. One advantage of L2TP/IPSEC I can see is that the client computer get allocated its own IP address on ...
Is it as secure to use L2TP for VPN access, rather than IPSEC? Am I introducing any risks by using L2TP?
I would like to design a client-server application where the server is placed on Internet. I assume that I could set up the client-server connection using VPN (is it using IPSec?) or using a SSL ...
Recently there is a bit of concern over encryption back doors in IPsec and while the status of this has not been confirmed, I don't know what impact something like this might have. For instance, does ...
I'm not sure if the RFC's support a IPSec-only implementation of DNS, but if it does, what does that mean for DNSSec? Is DNSSec an IPv4-only technology?
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?