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As Stampycode says, if the attacker has used pretty much any techniques to avoid being traced directly, you will struggle to directly trace them. Depending on your remit, and the laws of wherever you are, you could switch to using active techniques to try and track them down. If, for example, they are trying to access corporate documents, it would be ...


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If the attacker has any experience at all, you won't find them. TOR is an anonymity proxy, designed to make clients untraceable. It takes a great deal of effort to trace a person when they are using very simply proxy or VPN methods - if they are using anything like TOR then you can forget being able to find them. If the source of an attack belongs to an ...


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It is not "secret", but it is "tamperproof". That may not meet your definition of "secure". Your data is no longer confidential if only AH is used - anyone capturing packets can read your data because it is not encrypted. It is protected against modification, however; AH ensures that data tampering will be detected and discarded. AH does not "inherently ...


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strongSwan has been ported to Windows 7 / Server 2008 R2 and newer with its 5.2.0 release. It may be built using the MinGW toolchain (either on Windows or Linux) with a specialized set of plugins providing access to e.g. the Windows IPsec and networking stack. It also relies on the new swanctl configuration and control interface (instead of the more commonly ...



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