Archive for July, 2008

Start64.com

Posted: 31st July 2008 by VPN Haus in 64-Bit, Posts

We’ve recently discovered a great new resource (well, new to us, at least!) called Start64.com - a news and discussion forum for 64-bit software, security and OS issues. As the first provider of a VPN client for Windows XP 64-bit, NCP will now be regularly visiting Start64.com in order to take part in discussions and help readers [...]

Secure Entry Client for Symbian

Posted: 29th July 2008 by VPN Haus in Posts

NCP has just announced the release of its Secure Entry Client for Symbian OS-based mobile devices.  The new IPSec VPN client can be used on mobile devices such as the Nokia Eseries, which run Symbian OS from V.9.0 on S60 3rd Edition. See Dark Reading for more information on this news. Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

What we’re reading, week of 7/28

Posted: 28th July 2008 by VPN Haus in Highlights

One story has reigned supreme on the blogosphere this week: Dan Kaminksy’s DNS vulnerability discovery, Matasano’s accidental (?) explanation of the details, and the resulting community fallout over the ethics of blogging about security.   From the Network Security Blog… It’s all out there Martin McKeay gives a good synopsis of the situation so far, [...]

What we're reading, week of 7/28

Posted: 28th July 2008 by VPN Haus in Highlights

One story has reigned supreme on the blogosphere this week: Dan Kaminksy’s DNS vulnerability discovery, Matasano’s accidental (?) explanation of the details, and the resulting community fallout over the ethics of blogging about security.   From the Network Security Blog… It’s all out there Martin McKeay gives a good synopsis of the situation so far, [...]

SSL versus IPsec: some considerations

Posted: 24th July 2008 by VPN Haus in 64-Bit, Posts

We asked NCP’s Joerg Hirschmann to take look at the arguments presented in Reliable Systems’ recent post, “Remote Access for Everyone,” and offer some respectful criticism of the case made for SSL versus IPsec. Quotations below are from the original article, with Joerg’s comments following. Installation: The success rate for an average user being able to install [...]