Strong-VPN | vpn app - | VPN library

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kandi X-RAY | Strong-VPN Summary

kandi X-RAY | Strong-VPN Summary

Strong-VPN is a Java library typically used in Networking, VPN applications. Strong-VPN has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has low support. However Strong-VPN build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.

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              Strong-VPN has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 0 star(s) with 0 fork(s). There are 1 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              Strong-VPN has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of Strong-VPN is current.

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              Strong-VPN has no bugs reported.

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              Strong-VPN has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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            Strong-VPN Key Features

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            Strong-VPN Examples and Code Snippets

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            Community Discussions


            How to kill Firebird (2.1) attachment/connection if VPN was used for database session
            Asked 2022-Mar-16 at 13:46

            I am using VPN (Endpoint Security, Check Point) to establish connection to the Firebird 2.1 database from IBExpert on my computer. Sometimes I just forget disconnect from database and I cancel/disonnect VPN session only.

            When I am connectiong once more to the VPN and database I can see in the mon$attachments that the previous connection/attachment is still existing and its unresolved transactions are causing deadlock errors (that belong to the previous attachment - this can be verified exactly by the transaction number that is reported in the error message of deadlock error).

            So - VPN sometimes retains sessions and those VPN sessions keeps the Firebird attachments in existences.

            Is there way how can I (using SYSDBA connection) end those other Firebird attachments from my current Firebird session?

            I have contacted the VPN administrator to cancel VPN sessions, but it takes time. Database shutdown is out of the question - DB is in production mode. So, ending Firebird attachments using SQL is the only option left for me - if such option exists at all?



            Answered 2022-Mar-16 at 13:46

            In Firebird 2.5 and later, you can delete a connection from MON$ATTACHMENTS to kill a connection. This is not supported with the monitoring tables in Firebird 2.1 as far as I'm aware.

            Given even Firebird 2.5 is end-of-life, and Firebird 2.1 has been end-of-life since 2014, you should really consider updating.

            Normally, Firebird uses the SO_KEEPALIVE socket option to detect dead connections, but this can take a long time (depending on your OS configuration). An alternative might be to configure dummy_packet_interval in firebird.conf to a non-zero value (the value is seconds, so set it to a reasonable (read, not too low) value).



            with gcp vpn, can resources be accessed using interal ip addresses?
            Asked 2022-Mar-07 at 20:25

            On connecting my on-prem network with GCP VPC using GCP VPN. From the on-prem network can i access the resources in GCP VPC using the internal ip address of resources.

            If the answer is yes, does this apply to all VPN's in general.

            I have searched this page for "internal" but found no clue - Cloud VPN overview



            Answered 2022-Mar-07 at 08:18

            Yes, it's the principle of a VPN: bridge 2 networks, through the public internet, but with encrypted communication to keep the traffic secret.

            Of course, there are limits and constraints: IP range overlap, routing, network announcement (BGE protocol if supported), firewalls,...



            iOS network extension packet parsing
            Asked 2022-Jan-27 at 10:55

            I am developing a VPN (iOS Network Extension), and using C/C++ to read file-descriptor directly (instead of Swift), currently it successfully captures device's request Packets, but I don't know how to parse iOS's packets, I could not even find what network layer or protocol the packets are formatted in.

            I converted Packet's binary into Hex to be able to decode with online tools; below are samples of what I need to parse:



            Answered 2022-Jan-27 at 10:55
            It's tun-layer protocol with 4 bytes prefix:

            1. Once we use C/C++ to read file-descriptor, in NEPacketTunnelProvider like:



            I see some big company using firefox version 45.x.x to connect to their vpn, is there any concern of doing this?
            Asked 2022-Jan-17 at 09:57

            why not just use usual vpn tools? like outline or openvpn or any else, is there any security concern? and of course that's an old version of firefox, why not use another browser with latest version? or maybe firefox with latest version



            Answered 2022-Jan-17 at 09:57

            The answer lies probably in some kind of security policies in that company.

            Maybe their VPN gateway is running an obsolete version of VPN server? Maybe, for the users' UX they're using Java Applet based VPN clients? New browsers don't allow running Java Applets (NPAPI in Firefox was abandoned in 2018).

            Why not using other VPN solutions: maybe the cost of implementation (including trainings, auditing, etc) is too high, and the company has mitigated risks in some other ways (for example with strict Internet traffic filtering, allow-lists, Intrusion Detection Systems, etc.)? Maybe there are regulatory limitations, such as FIPS requirement for a VPN solution, which can't be met with popular VPN solutions?

            If employees of that company can connect to the Internet without any restrictions (web sites' allow-list) the risk of introducing malware into company LANs is very high while using such outdated browsers. In big companies, such risks are mitigated with additional security controls.

            To sum it up: I recommend getting knowledge with that company's internal security policies to get the whole picture.



            How to reach host behind site-to-site VPN connection through peering VPC connection
            Asked 2021-Dec-18 at 01:22

            I actually have following situation:

            I successfully reach host C from Host A using VPN static routes. I need now to reach it from host B. I thought to create a route table from VPC B that forward request with ip/32 of host C through Peering connection... But it doesn't work.

            There is a way to do that?

            N.B. I cannot use Transit Gateway




            Answered 2021-Dec-17 at 10:14

            I need now to reach it from host B.

            You can't do this. VPC peering is not transitive. You can setup VPC connection to VPC B as well instead.



            Can AWS Lambda function call an endpoint over a VPN?
            Asked 2021-Dec-16 at 21:30

            I'm using an SMS sending service provided by a local mobile carrier. The carrier enforces clients to connect to their datacentre over a VPN in order to reach their endpoints. The VPN tunnel must always be kept open (i.e. not on demand).

            Currently, I'm using a micro EC2 instance that acts as middleware between my main production server (also an EC2 instance) and the carrier endpoint.

            Production Server --> My SMS Server --over VPN--> Carrier SMS Server

            Is there a way to replace my middleware server with an AWS Lambda function that sends HTTP requests to the carrier over an always-on VPN tunnel?

            Also, can an AWS Lambda function maintain a static IP? The carrier has to place my IP in their whitelist before I can use their service.



            Answered 2021-Dec-16 at 21:30

            s2svpn would be great but my question is can a lambda function HTTP request route through that connection?

            Sure. Lambdas can have a VPC subnet attached. It's a matter of configuring the subnet routing table / VPN configuration to route the traffic to the carrier through the VPN endpoint.

            Also, can an AWS Lambda function maintain a static IP?

            No. Depends. A VPC-attached Lambda will create an eni (network interface) in the subnet with internal (not fixed) subnet iP address. But the traffic can be routed though a fixed NAT or a VPN gateway.

            That's the reason I asked which IP address needs to be fixed, on what level. The VPN has a fixed IP address. If the carrier enforces the VPN address whitelisting, lambda clients should be working. If a fixed IP of the internal network is required then you will need a fixed network interface (e.g. using EC2)



            OpenVPN Client in Kubernetes Pod
            Asked 2021-Nov-27 at 23:30

            I am looking at how to make OpenVPN client work on a pod's container, I explain what I do, but you can skip all my explanation and offer your solution directly, I don't care replacing all the below with your steps if it works, I want to make my container to use a VPN (ExpressVPN for example) in a way that both external and internal networking works.

            I have a docker image that is an OpenVPN Client, it works find with the command:



            Answered 2021-Nov-24 at 18:42

            Here is a minimal example of a pod with OpenVPN client. I used kylemanna/openvpn as a server and to generate a basic client config. I only added two routes to the generated config to make it working. See below:



            stopVPNTunnel is not disconnecting the VPN connection in iOS
            Asked 2021-Nov-25 at 10:29

            I have implemented one successful vpn connection. But When i close and Open app while the VPN is connected, then i can't disconnect the VPN.



            Answered 2021-Nov-25 at 10:29

            Call stopVPNTunnel() inside loadFromPreferences closure.



            SSH bridge between two dynamic-ip pcs through third static-ip pc for jupyter notebook
            Asked 2021-Oct-07 at 06:16

            normally I use this kind of script (this is part of a larger bash script) to connect my pc to a static-ip pc and run a jupyter notebook remotely:



            Answered 2021-Oct-07 at 06:16

            You could simplify it with your ~/.ssh/config on your local pc



            Snowflake nodejs driver returns Unable to connect: Network error. Could not reach Snowflake
            Asked 2021-Aug-23 at 11:35

            I'm using snowflake through VPN connection and need to setup snowflake on nodejs project. I followed these steps mentioned in doc.

            1. nodejs version v12.18.0
            2. installed snowflake-sdk (version 1.6.1)


            Answered 2021-Aug-23 at 11:35

            It seems your IP is blocked or not allowed in the network policy in Snowflake. Can you reach out to users having AccountAdmin/SecurityAdmin privilege to allow your IP in Snowflake?



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