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Creating a secure channel

, 24 May 2008
The purpose of this article is to explain how a secure channel is built. The article will explain the structure of a Very Simple Secured Protocol (VSSP) that sits above the TCP/IP layer.
vsspchat.zip
test.cer
test.pfx
VsspChat.exe
VSSProtocol.dll
vssprotocol01.zip
VSSProtocol
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Gui
Message
obj
Debug
Refactor
TempPE
Properties.Resources.Designer.cs.dll
Properties
Settings.settings
test.cer
test.pfx
VSSProtocol
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Debug
Refactor
VSSProtocol.dll
TempPE
Properties
Session
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States
StatesDiagram.cd
Users
UsersDiagram.cd
Utils
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About the Author

Efi Merdler
Software Developer
Israel Israel
A computer science master student at Bar Ilan University under the supervision of Dr. Gal Kaminka.
Dealing mainly with trajectory mining.

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