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SKIP (Security on the IP Layer) Sources
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I am not in the cyberpunks mailing list, but I feel you might perhaps be
interested in this:
the Swiss version of SKIP is now available as a pre-alpha source code release
for IRIX, NetBSD, Nextstep and Solaris.
You may get it from ftp://ktik0.ethz.ch/~ftp/pub/packages/skip.
Excerpt from the README:
This is ENskip, pre-alpha 0.10. ENskip is a security module for the TCP/IP
stack. It provides encryption, authentication and sequencing of packets on
the IP layer between two or more machines. For more information on the SKIP
protocol, see the Internet Draft draft-ietf-ipsec-aziz-skip-00.txt and
following. You might also want to check http://skip.incog.com for information
about the background, the protocol itself and future directions of it.
ENskip is pre-alpha. If you are not absolutely sure what this is all about,
you might want to read the draft, and perhaps reconsider using this package.
No bug-fixes, installation help or any other support is granted. If you
have any suggestions, comments or contributions to make ENskip work better,
mail to [email protected]
M. Hauber and Ch. Schneider
<...cookie space for rent...>
Germano Caronni [email protected] http://www.tik.ee.ethz.ch/~caronni
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