New target

Allen Francom aef at prismnet.com
Tue Feb 14 01:52:19 CET 2006



Also,

With IPSec, can you "require" any communication from
a.com to b.com to be encrypted ?

IPTables might be able to enforce a requirement for
encrypted communications.

Just a thought...

FYI
-AEF


On Mon, 13 Feb 2006, Rennie deGraaf wrote:

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> Gervasio Bernal wrote:
>> Rennie deGraaf wrote:
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>>> Gervasio Bernal wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>> Hi all!!!
>>>>>
>>>>> I have developed a new target for iptables that encrypts a
>>>>> communication. I would like to send it so that you can see it and prove
>>>>> it. And the possibility that in a future adding it to iptables.
>>>>> Which are the steps to follow?
>>>>> Thanks a lot!
>>>
>>>
>>> Our of curiosity, what advantages does your method have over IPSec?
>>>
>>> Rennie
>>
>>
>> The great advantage is the ease of use. You only need to put 2 iptables
>> rules in each endpoint of communication. One rule for encryption and the
>> other for decryption. IPSec is a little more complicated to configure.
>
> Well, I'd be interested in taking a look at your design.  How about
> posting your design and source somewhere so that we can take a look at it?
>
> Rennie
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