Stunnel 4.00 builds on prior success

Wednesday, 11 September 2002, 1:44 AM EST

Late last week, the newest version of Stunnel, the secure SSL wrapper, was released. Stunnel encapsulates cleartext protocols within strong SSL encryption and can be used to protect pretty much any standard TCP connection, from your mail protocol (POP, IMAP, SMTP) to your own customized application. Stunnel runs on many different operating systems from Linux and other Unix-like systems (*BSD, Solaris, etc) to Windows.

This articles brings you the details on the newest version of Stunnel that addresses some of the most oft cited requests.

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