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You do not feel like writing keys manually in IPsec, use IKE. The micro-course describes the way of creating an encoded connection with the use of the IPsec protocol and an automatic key exchange. Keywords: IPsec, IKE, Internet Key Exchange, racoon, X.509, tunneling, KAME, iptools, 500/UDP, tunnel mode, transport mode IPsec protocol with automatic keys exchange Automatic key exchange IKE - Internet Key Exchange Configuration of racoon Testing connection - racoon Automatic key exchange using the X.509 certificates IPsec – tunnel mode
Create and manage highly-secure Ipsec VPNs with IKEv2 and Cisco FlexVPN The IKEv2 protocol significantly improves VPN security, and Cisco s FlexVPN offers a unified paradigm and command line interface for taking full advantage of it. Simple and modular, FlexVPN relies extensively on tunnel interfaces while maximizing compatibility with legacy VPNs. Now, two Cisco network security experts offer a complete, easy-tounderstand, and practical introduction to IKEv2, modern IPsec VPNs, and FlexVPN. The authors explain each key concept, and then guide you through all facets of FlexVPN planning, deployment, migration, configuration, administration, troubleshooting, and optimization. You ll discover h...
Abstract: "The Diffie-Hellman key exchange algorithm can be implemented using the group of points on an elliptic curve over the field F2n. A software version of this using n = 155 can be optimized to achieve computation rates that are significantly faster than non-elliptic curve versions with a similar level of security. The fast computation of reciprocals in F2n is the key to the highly efficient implementation described here."
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Cryptology and Network Security, CANS 2006, held in Suzhou, China in December 2006. The 26 revised full papers presented together with 2 invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 148 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on encryption, key exchange, authentication and signatures, proxy signatures, cryptanalysis, implementation, steganalysis and watermarking, boolean functions and stream ciphers, intrusion detection, as well as disponibility and reliability.
This is the first comprehensive and integrated treatment of key establishment protocols. It is aimed mainly at researchers and security professionals, although it will also be suitable as a supplementary text for graduate students and advanced undergraduates.
The combination of advanced mathematical techniques with the enormous growth of the possibilities for automatic data-processing has resulted in very strong systems of cryptography, that is systems that are powerful, sophisticated, and virtually impregnable. Cryptographers cannot design cryptosystems that are guaranteed to have no weaknesses or that are impervious to unforeseeable methods of attack. Cryptosystems make it very difficult but not impossible for an attacker to determine the decoding key and also protect information resources at less cost than the value of the information that is being protected. This book is aimed at solving a real life situation of encryption which uses cryptographic techniques for secure communication. At the end, a mathematical algorithm will be developed to produce a Key Generation and Exchange situation which will comprise of private key and public key. The general objective of this book is to contribute to the general body of knowledge in the area of cryptography and to support classification of top secret information. The following security requirements will be met: - authentication, confidentiality, Integrity, non-repudiation.