[CLUG-announce] CLUG Meeting, Tues 10 June 2003
craig at its.uct.ac.za
Mon Jun 9 10:32:32 SAST 2003
Here is information about Tues' CLUG Meeting. As usual, the meeting is
at 6:30 pm in Lecture Theatre 2, Chemical Engineering building.
This weeks talk is IPSEC by Paul Sheer. IPSEC is a set of security
extensions to IPv4.
It is a protocol for negotiation of encryption and authentication at the
IP level (i.e. between two machines). IPSEC allows encryption of all
traffic between two machines.
This is a low level talk about the IPSEC protocol rather than
configuring IPSEC on linux. Paul will be talking about his understanding
of IPSEC from his experience writing support for it into his operating
system, PaulOS, and from reading the RFC's.
Craig Balfour <craig at clug.org.za>, Secretary
Western Cape Linux Users Group (CLUG), P.O. Box 333, Newlands, 7725
Visit our web site at http://www.clug.org.za; Tel: +27 21 6504121
More information about the Clug-announce