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- David Gempton
August 14, 2007, 8:46 am
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I just wanted to let you know Secure VPN Gateway is now available for
all major Linux distributions.
It used to require Smoothwall Express, but now you can install it on
almost any Linux distribution.
The Vmware kit has also been updated to the latest version of Secure VPN
Gateway. Which is a major improvement on the last vmware release.
You can download a free copy of Secure VPN Gateway from:
The click on "Secure VPN Gateway" under Products.
Secure VPN Gateway uses ssh to provide targeted secure network access.
David Gempton - IT Consultant
Specialising in Linux/Unix and OpenSoftware solutions.
Discuss Internet Security at the Secure VPN Gateway Forum
Technology Training Consulting Limited (TTC)
Web : www.ttc4it.co.nz
Re: Secure VPN Gateway now installs on all Linux distros.
Wait, I'll take that back a *tiny* bit. He's put up some PDF of
documentation more recently than the last time I saw him advertise
this. Of course, the documentation is doing a lot of "then a miracle
occurs" handwaving, and instead of asking any of the questions people
actually ask, it answers a lot of usage cases that he made up himself.
But hey, maybe he'll find some sucker investor to support his Exciting
New Business Plan and buy him some Aeron chairs and apool table. Or
was that in the last big dotcom explosion?
Sorry, this guy has popped up here before with this spam.
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