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VPN for Macintosh

Posted on 2001-06-26
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Hi,

What would be a good VPN software to use on Mac OS 8.6 and above ?  I need both server & client software, both must be able compatible with MacOS.

The criteria i'm looking for are:
1. Easy to use
2. Freeware or something that's affordable by a student on budget
3. Realiable, just so it won't crash very frequently.


TIA
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I think that the freeware version of PGP offers VPN connectivity.
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