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SubjectRe: CIPE - Encrypted IP Encapsulation
This is true, however a cipe like patch could be available and kept fairly
upto-date, where as cipe has much potential but no one working on it, and
it does not _easily_ intigrate with the kernel, as in the source.
Currently there are many different approaches to encrypted ip tunneling,
two noteable ones are skey and cipe. I was just pointing out that this is
a widely liked idea, and hell, solaris has it, why shouldn't we?


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On Mon, 3 Aug 1998, Trevor Johnson wrote:

>Judging from your signature, I think you can easily guess the answer. :)
>Perhaps something along these lines is worth putting in the FAQ.
>Q: I need encryption and steganography. Why isn't it in the kernel?
>A: In France and Russia, strong encryption is essentially illegal:
>according to, using it
>there requires a license which is seldom granted. The United States has
>cumbersome restrictions on exporting such software (it's considered a
>"munition"--see Having
>these features in the standard kernel would therefore cause great
>inconvenience to people in those countries. However, separate programs
>and patches to the kernel are available at
> (*),
>, and other places.
>(*) Andrew Mileski's site was down when I tried it just now, so perhaps
>this is out of date.
>Trevor Johnson

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