ocserv 0.12.2-3build1 source package in Ubuntu


ocserv (0.12.2-3build1) eoan; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild for http-parser soname change.

 -- Andreas Hasenack <email address hidden>  Tue, 20 Aug 2019 18:00:15 +0000

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Andreas Hasenack on 2019-08-20
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Aron Xu
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Eoan release on 2019-08-22 universe misc


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ocserv_0.12.2-3build1.debian.tar.xz 63.6 KiB 674fb23ed78a5029374c6a086f84a8b0d209a261c2024da6e8359663384cb7f1
ocserv_0.12.2-3build1.dsc 1.6 KiB 27ea094ca63a1e9f0e9e37a9a5c815b0110c2b029054ddc99056a12be8c2ff73

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ocserv: OpenConnect VPN server compatible with Cisco AnyConnect VPN

 OpenConnect server (ocserv) is an SSL VPN server. Its purpose is to be a
 secure, small, fast and configurable VPN server. It implements the OpenConnect
 SSL VPN protocol, and has also (currently experimental) compatibility with
 clients using the AnyConnect SSL VPN protocol. The OpenConnect VPN protocol
 uses the standard IETF security protocols such as TLS 1.2, and Datagram TLS to
 provide the secure VPN service. The server is implemented primarily for the
 GNU/Linux platform but its code is designed to be portable to other UNIX
 variants as well.
 Ocserv's main feature is isolation of the VPN users from the main VPN server
 process. Each authenticated user is assigned an unprivileged worker process,
 and a networking (tun) device. That not only eases the control of the resources
 of each user or group of users, but also prevents privilege escalation due to
 any bug on the VPN handling (worker) server. Each VPN user can be authenticated
 using password, PAM, public key (in a smart card or not) or any combination of

ocserv-dbgsym: debug symbols for ocserv