Secure VPN Gateway - simply better security

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Hi all.

I just want to make you aware of an exciting new piece of software that is
available from

I think you'll be interested in the software because it provides a very secure
means of
connecting to remote servers over unsecured networks like the Internet.

It is like a VPN & Firewall system fused together to provide network port access
specific servers.  The web management interface and the VPN client make this
very secure, very easy to manage, and very easy to use.

Special features have been built into it to defeat key logger software and man
in the
middle attacks.

This is commercial software but there is a free trial version available that
uses Vmware
player to host the Secure VPN Gateway.

Documentation and other details are freely available from

Like all commercial software commercial support is provided.  At Ttc4it you wont
wasting time dealing with help desks.  Instead you are plugged in directly to
the software
developers. Better support means problems are fixed faster.

Best wishes for the New Year.

David Gempton
Managing Director

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Re: Secure VPN Gateway - simply better security

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Don't post in MIME. Use plain text instead.

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And it's very secure because...? Because you're saying so?

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Where can I read the specification of the protocol used in this thing?
I would like to assess it. I don't trust protocol if I can't dig into

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I see no "other details" there.

<Kosma> Niektórzy lubi± dozziego...
<Kosma> Oczywi¶cie szanujemy ich.
Stanislaw Klekot

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David Gempton wrote:
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Wait, I remember you. You announced this same mish-mosh VMWare based
toolkit last year, and refused to publish your source then, too. Your
documentation remains a collection of questions you wish people would
ask you to make sales, without any actual content.

This got slapped down last year: why are you reposting this now?

Re: Secure VPN Gateway - simply better security

On Wed, 03 Jan 2007, in a number of Usenet newsgroups, David Gempton wrote:

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 available from

Secure VPN Gateway using multipart authorization
Wed, 03 Jan 2007 13:06:48 +1300

Secure VPN Gateway - simply better security
Wed, 03 Jan 2007 13:17:19 +1300

Secure VPN Gateway - VPN and Firewall in one
Wed, 03 Jan 2007 13:19:11 +1300

Secure VPN Gateway -  great security features
Wed, 03 Jan 2007 13:20:21 +1300

Secure VPN Gateway - a Unix solution
Wed, 03 Jan 2007 13:22:51 +1300

Secure VPN Gateway - Linux remote access solution
Wed, 03 Jan 2007 13:25:05 +1300

a stupid fscking spammer posting in MIME with line lengths far beyond the
74 characters considered normal just to show how clueless he is.  Wonder
how many other newsgroups did he spew to?

        Old guy

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    ibuprofin@painkiller.example.tld (Moe Trin) writes:
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Well, I know for a fact that he also posted to and, dunno how many others.  He's clearly a clueless
spammer, which calls his "product" into question.  Maybe the best thing
to do is to ignore him.

Bob Melson

Robert G. Melson | Rio Grande MicroSolutions | El Paso, Texas
"People unfit for freedom---who cannot do much with it---are
hungry for power." ---Eric Hoffer

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Robert Melson wrote:
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No, Usenet spammers need to be slapped down fast to avoid anyone
believing that the product is at all worth testing (which from its
closed source, utter lack of documentation, and open source copyright
violations is clear), andn that the spammer is an idiot and no one
should do business with him. Installing his software is in fact a
massive security risk because of its lack of source and no significant
corporate existence rather than this fellow himself, which means he
doesn't have deep enough pockets to pay your damages when it does
something either insecure or destructive to your system.

He didn't learn his lesson last time when he did this: I want to make
sure he doesn't htink he can get away with it this time, either.

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