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OpenVPN is a robust and highly configurable VPN (Virtual Private Network) daemon which can be used to securely link two or more private networks using an encrypted tunnel over the Internet. OpenVPN's principal strengths include wide cross-platform portability, excellent stability, support for ... [More]
strongSwan is an open source IPsec-based VPN solution. It features IKEv1 and IKEv2 keying capabilities and runs on Linux 2.6 and 3.x kernels, Android, Maemo, FreeBSD, and Mac OS X.
Openswan is an Open Source implementation of IPsec for the Linux operating system. Is it a code fork of the FreeS/WAN project, started by a few of the developers who were growing frustrated with the politics surrounding the FreeS/WAN project.
tinc is a daemon with which you can create a virtual private network (VPN). One daemon can handle multiple connections, so you can create an entire (moderately sized) VPN with only one daemon per participating computer. tinc can tunnel IPv4, IPv6 and/or Ethernet packets over IPv4 and IPv6 networks.
Anytun is an implementation of the secure anycast tunneling protocol. It uses an easy openvpn style interface and makes it possible to build redundant vpn clusters with load balancing between servers. VPN Servers share a single IP address. Adding and removing VPN Servers is done by the routing ... [More]
KVpnc is a KDE Desktop Environment front end for various VPN clients. It supports Cisco VPN (vpnc), IPSec (FreeS/WAN , Openswan, strongSwan, racoon), PPTP (pptpclient), OpenVPN, L2TP (FreeS/WAN, Openswan, strongSwan, racoon) and smartcard support (OpenVPN, strongSwan).
µAnytun is a tiny implementation of SATP. Unlike Anytun which is a full featured mplementation µAnytun has no support for multiple connections or synchronisation. It is a small single threaded implementation intended to act as a client on small platforms.
eurephia is an authentication and access control plug-in for OpenVPN. It improves authentication by adding user/password auth in addition to certificates. Access control is managed via iptables on Linux servers. See http://www.eurephia.net/ for more info
The Trusted Key Manager (TKM) is a minimal Trusted Computing Base which implements security-critical functions of the IKEv2 protocol. It is implemented using the Ada programming language. The TKM works in conjunction with the strongSwan IKEv2 daemon charon-tkm to provide key management services for IPsec.