SSL VPNs made simple

Tuesday, 25 January 2005, 12:32 PM EST

You can always tell when a particular technology begins to gain momentum by the availability of lower-cost alternatives to the bleeding-edge, high-end devices.

One company that is specifically targeting the SMB SSL VPN market is enKoo, whose enKoo-3000 Remote Access Appliance provides access to Web-based and TCP-based applications, Windows and Unix file shares, terminal servers, and users' desktop PCs via 128-bit encrypted SSL streams. Although it lacks much of the granular access control and end-point management found in the high-end SSL VPN appliances, it makes up for it in ease-of-use and ease-of-deployment.

By Keith Schultz at Computerworld.

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