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  • '''FreeS/WAN''' [http://www.freeswan.org] was the original [[Linux]] implementation of the [[IPsec]] protocols. ...nistic encryption]] widespread. As of early 2010, however, the [http://www.freeswan.org web site] is still up. It has complete system documentation.
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  • The [http://www.freeswan.org FreeS/WAN site] was still up as of mid-2010, although the project shut ...the Ottawa Citizen newspaper [http://tricolour.net/freeswan/ottawacitizen-freeswan.html covered the project].
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  • * project leader for [[FreeSWAN | FreeS/WAN]], a Linux implementation of [[IPsec]] and [[opportunistic encr
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  • ...e of the authors of the BTNS RFC, [[Michael Richardson]], also worked on [[FreeSWAN|FreeS/WAN]], the project that invented opportunistic encryption.
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  • ...he whole Internet. This was a large part of the political motivation for [[FreeSWAN|FreeS/WAN]], the project that invented OE; their goal was to encrypt a larg The term "opportunistic encryption" comes from the [[FreeSWAN | FreeS/WAN]] project, who built OE into a [[Linux]] implementation of [[IP
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  • ...ther projects they have been involved in were [[PGP]] for email privacy, [[FreeSWAN | FreeS/WAN]] for [[opportunistic encryption]] of the whole net, [[Off-the- ...h Daniel]] — former [[Sun Microsystems]]' employee, manager of the [[FreeSWAN | FreeS/WAN]] project
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  • ...implementations attempt to interoperate. For example, problems the Linux [[FreeSWAN|FreeS/WAN]] team encountered getting their IPsec implementation to interope ...original [[Linux]] implementation was [[FreeSWAN | FreeS/WAN]] [http://www.freeswan.org]. Its main goal was to deploy IPsec-based [[Opportunistic encryption]]
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  • ...differently. In an [[IPsec#Complications | example]] from [[IPsec]], the [[FreeSWAN |FreeS/WAN]] implementer used the product while [[PGPnet]] used the least c
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  • ...users to not install components which they had not exported legally. The [[FreeSWAN|FreeS/WAN]] project deliberately did all their work outside the US to avoid
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