Re: [fw-wiz] SSL VPN vs. IPSec VPN

From: Joe Matusiewicz (
Date: 03/24/05

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    To: "Joe Mazzotti" <>, <>
    Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 13:26:42 -0500

    At 06:07 PM 3/14/2005, Joe Mazzotti wrote:
    >Greetings all,
    >Does anyone have any links to decent articles comparing IPSec to SSL
    >based VPN security? What are your opinions?

    This is a place to start:

    Typing "SSL VPN vs. IPSec VPN" in google yields about a thousand hits:

    -- Joe

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