SSL/TLS is complete chaos with little documentation. OpenSSL is a huge library. It has tons of functionality, and has some reasonable documentation, but gives you no idea where to start. Perl has, as usual, lots of modules and few to the point. Net::SSLeay seems to be Perl's raw canonical wrapper for OpenSSL, although if I hadn't told you, you'd have to examine a dozen modules with similar names before you came to this conclusion.Read more
With tinc you can create a virtual private network (VPN) that lets you communicate between two machines over an insecure network such as the Internet with all of your traffic encrypted between the hosts on your virtual network.
Another interesting application for tinc is connecting your laptop to a Wi-Fi router at home. You might already be using WPA2 to ensure that only valid hosts can connect and communicate with your Wi-Fi router, but you might not be able to assign a fixed address to the laptop when it is connected over Wi-Fi. So if you want to connect to an SSH daemon on the laptop itself or access an NFS share on the laptop, you have to play guessing games as to which IP address the Wi-Fi router has given the laptop this time. Running tinc on the laptop and a server at home removes the guessing game -- just connect to the laptop's VPN IP address.Read more
Mini Bluetooth USB Dongle--USB06H Mini size more convenience for notobook and taking outside. Bluetooth EDR USB Dongle adopts EDR(Enhanced Data Rate) Technology and is compliant with Bluetooth V2.0 specification. It offers the transmission speed three times that of Bluetooth V1.2 to perform the multi-media application more smoothly