SKIP - Simple Key management for Internet Protocols

IP-Level Cryptography

Secure every application with one protocol **

SKIP secures the network at the IP packet level. Any networked application gains the benefits of encryption, without requiring modification. SKIP is unique in that an Internet host can send an encrypted packet to another host without requiring a prior message exchange to set up a secure channel. SKIP is particularly well-suited to IP networks, as both are stateless protocols. Some of the advantages of SKIP include:


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Companies involved in SKIP interoperability testing

If you're working on a SKIP implementation (or are thinking about it) let us know. We're eager to do interoperability testing with other SKIP products.

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There is a mailing list to discuss the SKIP protocol and implementations.

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Last Update: July 2nd, 1998

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