Projects / yavipin


Yavipind is a secure tunnel (2 peers securely forwarding packets toward each other). It forwards any kind of packet (IPv4, IPv6, or other) sent over the virtual point-to-point device (e.g., tun0). It runs in Linux userspace.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Feb 2002 16:49

    Release Notes: yavipin was ported to ethertap, which helps it use the Linux kernel 2.2. Minor bug fixes were also made.

    •  28 Nov 2001 08:28

      Release Notes: Addresses binding has been simplified (using defaults when possible). "--comp=algo" has been added to select the compression algorithm.

      •  22 Nov 2001 13:42

        Release Notes: The text of the GPL was added to the source. Long options for the command line were added, and short options are no longer supported. The --enc=algo and --mac=algo options were added to choose the block cipher and the mac function used once the tunnel is established.

        •  19 Nov 2001 16:17

          Release Notes: A bug in setting the virtual device MTU has been fixed. Minor improvements were made in error reporting.

          •  16 Nov 2001 17:30

            Release Notes: Support for forward secrecy was added. Even if an attacker cracks the box, he won't be able to read traffic older than a specified delay (default 10 minutes). Other minor modifications were also made.


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