Secure and compressed TCP/IP connection (for any TCP/IP services and applications)

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by Pavel Aronovich, Feb 22, 2004.

  1. The program IPTunnelManager is used for IP tunneling with the options for
    compressing and encrypting traffic.

    Thus, the program makes it possible to create a secure connection for any
    application or service using TCP/IP. It is especially important for those
    TCP/IP services and applications (for example, FTP, Telnet, various DBMS)
    that transfer passwords openly when establishing a connection between a
    client and a server. IPTunnelManager starts encrypting traffic from the
    moment when a TCP/IP connection is established, that is why all data
    transferred between a client and a server are encrypted. Besides,
    IPTunnelManager protects transferred data from being changed by checking the
    integrity of the transferred data using a 128-bit MAC algorithm.

    Data compression provides a significant (not less than 3 times less)
    decrease in the volume of data transferred via the network.

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    Pavel Aronovich, Feb 22, 2004
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