Browsing the internet through a virtual private network (VPN) ensures that your online activity is both private and secure. A VPN is typically a paid service that keeps your web browsing private over public Wi-Fi hotspots. Even more, VPNs can help you evade government-imposed censorship restrictions.This article will dive Linux users into more details about ... Read more All You Need To Know About VPN Streaming
Lately, internet users (read: everyone) are in a bit of a frenzy regarding online security. Antivirus and antimalware software is soaring in popularity. There are a million VPN apps for your smartphone (most of which don’t work). And everyone is telling you to stop what you're doing and subscribe to one. But why do you ... Read more Do You Need A VPN When Running Linux?
We use Linux for many reasons. Security is just one of them, but it’s undeniable that Linux is more secure than other operating systems. Securing our data is especially important to us, since our devices contain a lot of our personal information. Without the requisite protection, we open ourselves up to identity theft. Choosing the ... Read more Choosing The Right VPN As A Linux User
In this post I would be showin you the steps needed to create a tunnel between Linux and Windows XP for safe data transmission with proper data encapsulation. We will be using Openswan on the Linux server and IPsec on the Windows XP to do so. Linux side configuration Make sure you have openswan package ... Read more Configure a VPN tunnel between Linux and Windows XP
I really had to struggle a lot to properly configure Openswan on my Red Hat Linux machine so that I can connect to my Sonicwall firewall. Well for others I will leave the steps and will also provide the links of different pages where you can look for a solution for any error they get ... Read more Openswan configuration on Red Hat5 for Sonicwall