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Your First Site-to-Site VPN

Guard Your Network with IPCop, Part 5: Your First Site-to-Site VPN

The first article in this series discussed the basic installation and configuration of IPCop 1.4.21. Subsequent articles covered six important add-ons: Advanced Proxy, URL Filter, Update Accelerator, Calamaris, Block Outgoing Traffic and Zerina….

About time we guarded this network!

Guard Your Network with IPCop, Part 4: Configuring OpenVPN with Zerina Add-on

The first article in this series discussed the basic installation and configuration of IPCop 1.4.21. Subsequent articles discussed five important add-ons used to enhance IPCop’s functionality: Advanced Proxy, URL Filter, Update Accelerator, Calamaris…

Yay! FreeBSD 9.

FreeBSD 9.0 — Fast, Safe and Completely Geeky

Yes, I know, we’re kind of late in getting this article out, but that’s because there was a lot of things that were added in that we were too busy playing with, to…

IPsec VPN Penetration Testing

IPsec VPN Penetration Testing with BackTrack Tools

This article outlines the value of penetration-testing VPN gateways for known vulnerabilities and also shows you how to prevent a breach into the internal network. IPsec is the most commonly used technology for…

IPCop Add-ons

Guard Your Network with IPCop, Part 2: Add-ons

A basic installation of IPCop provides minimum firewall functionality such as a proxy, compatibility with various Internet connections, port forwarding, IPSec VPN, etc. To convert it into a complete Unified Threat Management (UTM)…

The cop's patrolling

Guard Your Network with IPCop, Part 1: Installation Basics

The classic version of IPCop 1.4.20, which was released on July 24, 2008, was immediately upgraded to the 1.4.21 ISO installer. The much awaited version 2.0 has been out since September 23, 2011….

Let's set up QEMU first!

The Quick Guide to QEMU Setup

In this series of articles, we will explore the basics of QEMU, OS installation, QEMU networking and embedded system development for the ARM architecture. In this first part, let’s begin with the basics….

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