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Looking .NET's most developed application layer protocol

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I need to build a flexible .NET tool that pushes files over the WAN in an encrypted format. What application layer protocol (TLS, SSH, SSL...) is most developed in .NET? I plan on developing the code that sends and receives the files.
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What does the most developed mean?
It is quite simple to use System.Net.WebClient methods UploadData and UploadFile; the target URL should begin with https, what makes the connection secured.
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That'll work. Thanks.
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