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Encryption Supported on SEP Module

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Feb 14th, 2006
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Dear All,


My customer has a vpnc 3030 with SEP. However, 75% of their traffic is PPTP. I don't think it is possible to send this through SEP. I think SEP only supports DES and 3DES. Please can someone confirm if this is the case.


Your help is greatly appreciated,

Tracey

Correct Answer by pradeepde about 11 years 6 months ago

The cryptographic algorithm that are not supported by SEP is


RC4 algorithm


CBC mode implemented


40 and 128 key sizes


Hashing/Authentication Algorithms


MD5


HMAC with MD5


Public Key Algorithms


RSA Encrypt/Decrypt (Key Wrapping) (PKCS#1) allowed for use in FIPS mode


Diffie-Hellman allowed for use in FIPS mode



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pradeepde Mon, 02/20/2006 - 11:21
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The cryptographic algorithm that are not supported by SEP is


RC4 algorithm


CBC mode implemented


40 and 128 key sizes


Hashing/Authentication Algorithms


MD5


HMAC with MD5


Public Key Algorithms


RSA Encrypt/Decrypt (Key Wrapping) (PKCS#1) allowed for use in FIPS mode


Diffie-Hellman allowed for use in FIPS mode



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