Tag Archives: VPN

CompTIA Series: IPSec

This blog provides clarifying information related to IPSec as found on the CompTIA A+ and Security+ exams. For instructor-led CopmTIA training, see our complete schedule. Allow me to recap my goal with this series: Although CompTIA exams are heavily based upon the published exam objectives, CompTIA tends to expand target material by exposing candidates to … Continue reading CompTIA Series: IPSec

Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK) an Overview and General Guideline

The Connection Manager Administration Kit has been around since Windows Server 2003 as an embedded Windows server feature.  Initially available for server platforms, this deployment enabling tool is now supported on selected Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 client platforms. Windows 7 and Windows 8 client certification exams expect that you are familiar with CMAK, or … Continue reading Connection Manager Administration Kit (CMAK) an Overview and General Guideline

Cisco SSL VPN – Jeremy Cioara

SSL VPNs are the future of VPN technology. While they are still brand new, "bleeding edge" sort of technology, they will eventually be how we run our VPN connections for most organizations. The concept is simple: HTTPS (SSL-based) web pages have used adequate encryption for years…why not harness the technology to create a "client-less VPN … Continue reading Cisco SSL VPN – Jeremy Cioara