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Send one of your engineers with the laptop. Rationale: If it's important enough to send a laptop, it's important enough to send a person There will be no problems caused by ad-hoc encryption and lock-in If there are (other) problems he'll be able to solve them No problems with the client copying the software or hardware Your guy will learn a lot from the ...


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If I understand your question rightly then you are mostly right, dealing with OSI layer encryption/decryption usually happens in the upper layers which are session, presentation and application. These layers are most often merged within the actual software logic (they will all be part the same single software), where you will find TLS tunneling right at the ...



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