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#tunception - tunnelled tunnels, &c.

To stay ahead of new and evolving threats, cryptostorm has always looked out past standard network security tools. Here, we discuss and fine-tune our work in bringing newly-created capabilities and newly-discovered knowledge to bear as we keep cryptostorm in the forefront of tomorrow's network security landscape.
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#tunception - tunnelled tunnels, &c.

Post by Pattern_Juggled » Sun Nov 16, 2014 6:09 pm

{direct link: tunception.cryptostorm.ch}

Tunception: tunnelling cryptostorm tunnels thru other cryptostorm tunnels, and so on recursively. It's a thing...

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Let's discuss.

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  • ~ pj

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Re: #tunception - tunnelled tunnels, &c.

Post by parityboy » Sun Nov 16, 2014 9:59 pm

@PJ

It's what I call "secure connection layering", effectively placing one VPN connection atop another. Useful when combining CryptoStorm with a less trustworthy/more vulnerable VPN service; CS is always the first connection made. If I ever implement it, it'd be a two-box solution and heavily firewalled to close off leaks.

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Re: #tunception - tunnelled tunnels, &c.

Post by df » Thu Dec 04, 2014 5:16 pm

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