tunneling refers to a mechanism in which one network protocol encapsulates a different payload protocol.

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Maximum number of nodes with IPSec?

From my understanding, for incoming packets over IPSec, the Security Association (SA) is identified by the SPI field of the ESP header. Then let's say I have a bunch of nodes where each node wants to ...
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Should I tunnel multiple TCP connections through a TLS/SSL tunnel or use TLS/SSL for each connection?

I am developing an application that runs on Windows PCs. The application is able to connect to some kind of devices within a LAN. It can create multiple TCP-connections to the device it is connected ...
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Is it possible to covertly tunnel data using L3DSR? (or any other TCP or IP layer hack)

I asked this question on ServerFault regarding how a Netscaler embeds low level data in a TCP packet, round-trips it, and then uses that data to loadbalance the user. Similar to DNS Tunneling, I ...
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Pwn Plug like tunneling suite

Is there some sort of a (free) SSH tunneling suite like the one on the Pwnie Express' Pwn Plug (R2)? It has SSH over HTTP, DNS, ICMP, and other covert tunneling options and uses BackTrack 5 as a SSH ...