Friday, December 16, 2005

Hamachi: Stay Connected

With Hamachi you can organize two or more computers with an Internet connection into their own virtual network for direct secure communication.
Access computers remotely. Use Windows File Sharing. Play LAN games. Run private Web or FTP servers. Communicate directly. Stay connected.
Steve Gibson writes in the Security Now podcast/blog: "This week Leo and I discuss and describe the brand new, ready to emerge from a its long development beta phase, ultra-secure, lightweight, high-performance, highly-polished, multi-platform, peer-to-peer and FREE! personal virtual private networking system known as 'Hamachi'.
After two solid weeks of testing and intense dialog with Hamachi's lead developer and designer, I have fully vetted the system's security architecture and have it running on many of my systems. While I am travelling to Toronto this week, Hamachi is keeping my roaming laptop securely and directly connected to all of my machines back home. Don't miss this one!"

Listen to Security Now! #18: Hamachi rocks! | Hamachi Web site | digg story | Blog index

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