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Bob Toxen
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&gt; ----- Forwarded message from Steve Friedl &lt;steve at unixwiz.net&gt; -----
&gt; From: Steve Friedl &lt;steve at unixwiz.net&gt;
&gt; To: bugtraq at securityfocus.com
&gt; Subject: An Illustrated Guide to IPSec
&gt; Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 13:25:04 -0700
&gt; User-Agent: Mutt/1.4i
&gt; Message-ID: &lt;20050825202504.GA26124 at linux.unixwiz.net&gt;
&gt; X-CRM114-Status: Good  ( pR: 84.1710 )
&gt; Hello listmates,
&gt; One of the most widespread security protocols is IPSec, but many of
&gt; us have found that the number of knobs and settings and switches gets
&gt; really overwhelming. I was in that boat as well, so I dove in and wrote
&gt; a paper that covers IPSec at the protocol level.
&gt; It doesn't cover things like Key Exchange yet (that's the *next* paper),
&gt; but it's got a lot of detail that should be comforting to any TCP/IP
&gt; geeks.
&gt; 	Unixwiz.net Tech Tip: An Illustrated Guide to IPSec
&gt; 	<a  rel="nofollow" href="http://www.unixwiz.net/techtips/iguide-ipsec.html";>http://www.unixwiz.net/techtips/iguide-ipsec.html</a>
&gt; It's amazing how much one learns by writing about it...
&gt; Steve
&gt; -- 
&gt; Stephen J Friedl | Security Consultant |  UNIX Wizard  |   +1 714 544-6561
&gt; www.unixwiz.net  | Tustin, Calif. USA  | Microsoft MVP | steve at unixwiz.net
&gt;  ** ACCEPT: CRM114 PASS Markovian Matcher ** 
&gt; CLASSIFY succeeds; success probability: 1.0000  pR: 84.1710
&gt; Best match to file #0 (nonspam.css) prob: 1.0000  pR: 84.1710  
&gt; Total features in input file: 4784
&gt; #0 (nonspam.css): features: 11228229, hits: 2117503, prob: 1.00e+00, pR:  84.17 
&gt; #1 (spam.css): features: 4271668, hits: 1132407, prob: 6.75e-85, pR: -84.17 
&gt; ----- End forwarded message -----
&gt; :wq!
&gt; ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
&gt; Robert L. Harris                     | GPG Key ID: E344DA3B
&gt;       These are MY OPINIONS             &quot;We can't solve problems by using
&gt;        ALONE.  I speak for                the same kind of thinking we used
&gt;        no-one else.                         when we created them.&quot;
&gt;                                           - Einstein

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