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Implementing IPSec

IPSec is an excellent way to add security in a Windows environment by enabling some basic Virtual Private Network (VPN) and packet-filtering capabilities.

David Taylor of Penn Information Security has prepared an excellent and useful step-by-step guide to implementing IPSec. The guide is in PDF format, and can be downloaded by clicking here.

Last updated: Tuesday, January 2, 2007

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