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IPsec


© April 2004 Tony Lawrence
2004/04/04

A protocol for encrypting and securing ip communication between hosts. The important point is that IPsec is encrypting everything that happens; it isn't just (for example) ssh which encrypts/secures a login or https which secures a browser session.


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