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VPN on Mac OS X (34 tags)
Virtual Private Networking is an excellent way to reduce the costs of multiple site and remote access networks, while simultaneously increasing the overall security of your network. Here's a detailed look at enabling VPN on Mac OS X.

VPNs and Public Key Infrastructure (10 tags)
Security and convenience often conflict with each other. It'd be nice to have access to your office network from anywhere, but you can't trust the Internet. Virtual private networks are one solution. How do they keep your data safe, though? Scott Brumbaugh explains the basics of Public Key Infrastructure, the cryptographic basis for secure VPNs.

Secure Your Wireless with IPsec (10 tags)
Wireless can make your life much, much easier, but those pesky radio waves won't stay put. Sometimes this is good, but sometimes you want to lock down your network. WEP and MAC address filtering aren't secure enough. IPsec, the same approach used to secure VPNs, is much better. Dan Langille explains how to configure Wifi with IPsec.

Deploying a VPN with PKI (8 tags)
Security and convenience often conflict with each other. It'd be nice to have access to your office network from anywhere, but you can't trust the Internet. Virtual private networks are one solution. Scott Brumbaugh explains how to deploy a VPN using OpenVPN and OpenSSL.

Cryptosystems: Configuring IPSec (6 tags)
VPNs make it possible to have secure networks on top of the insecure public Internet. Having explained the concepts, Dru Lavigne's newest Cryptosystems article demonstrates how to configure IPSec.