| -----Original Message----- | [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of James Rich | My understanding (not wanting to get sued here) <my understanding also...;-> | So using | a VPN in combination with SSL-enabled telnet doesn't really provide you | with more security. What I have never understood is whether Kerberos, SSH, SSL, TLS, VPN and/or IPV6 if it has any security stuff.. Whether ANY of these (and I'm sure I'm missing a few) run the exact same encryption methods or not?? If not, SEEMS like would be an advantage to the added overhead as it would appear to be harder to crack both at the same time, but dunno if that's the case at all. Afaik, none of these are sufficient to store and forward legal votes, btw. | It is similar to running a VPN over a VPN (which is | entirely possible). Never thought-a that one. Again, different VPNs run different encryption schemes?? | btw - now I have a completely new and exciting .sig! Yer TWISTed, James...;-D Hadn't done that stuff for decades, but may take a stab. Since it's Friday, saw some interesting OT: from Stephen Donaldson (iirc??, and didn't he write "In beg wuz CmdLine"???) a while back on a new book or project or sumthin. Mebbe sooner, mebbe later... | Zvpebfbsg vf abg gur nafjre. | Zvpebfbsg vf gur dhrfgvba. | AB (be Yvahk) vf gur nafjre. | -- Gnxra sebz n .fvtangher sebz fbzrbar sebz gur HX, | fbhepr haxabja
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