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The virtual private network (VPN) is now a widely accepted feature of corporate IT security – and SSL is gaining on the established IPSec standard as the most popular VPN security protocol. How do they stack up?

The primary reason for VPN growth is that VPNs are a cheaper alternative to costly lease line solutions, given that an enterprise has to have a physically closed, secure network connection between its partners and remote employees. Virtual Private Networks or VPNs allow corporate enterprises to ...

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