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From: Skinner, Kit (KSkinnersandstream.com)
Date: Wed Apr 10 2002 - 13:02:10 CDT
There is IPSec built-in to Windows 2000/XP. Is there something specific
you're looking for? You can access the rules and enable it via the Local
Security Policy under the Administrative Tools.
There's some good documentation(including Best Practices, How To...,etc) on
There's also an interesting article about using it to block ports on a
From: Adrian Horton [mailto:adhort02yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2002 12:13 PM
Subject: Free/Shareware IPSec code or apps for Windows
Anyone know wher I can get sample source code for an IPSec client to run on
Windows (any flavor)? I want to see how it is built into the IP stack (or
Also, are there any free/shareware IPSec applications available for any
versions of Windows?
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