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Instant Messenger with VPN support


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8/2/2006Date Added :
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Wippien was fully tested by TopShareware Labs. It does not contain any kind of malware, adware and viruses.
Wippien is Instant Messenger with VPN support, that combines different protocols - ICQ, MSN, AIM, Yahoo, Google Talk. It gives you ability to have several computers arround the world connected to isolated local LAN without any special setup. NAT traversal techniques are used to penetrate NAT devices and make direct connections between peers, and allows you to access their resources (such as sytem shares, printers..)

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    This is the lamest thing ever
    I running a search between Hamachi/VNN/Nantix/Leaf/Wippien/etc and this KwukDuck person is astroturfing and spamming over the Internet and appears to be focusing on trashing Hamachi. Which probably means that Hamachi is better !! .. LOL, thanks for a fat tip, very helpful.
    Author: SlowDuck on Friday, November 2, 2007
    this is amazing
    Pro's: + Works with the open XMPP/Jabber protocol + Uses OpenVPN networking technology + Establishes a direct peer-to-peer VPN connection between clients + Use your own mediator server, which allows you to have control of IP-range, and no more worries about if you can trust the service... (i don't trust hamachi for one thing!!!) + Real peer-to-peer with only person's you realy know. With hamachi i've had some people in the network i don't know, don't want to know, and don't want to have VPN with! + Exchange contacts, so if you like to play games or something with a 'group' you can just exchange contacts. (which is a perfect solution to the 'group' problem) + AES256 encrypted VPN tunnels + uses TCP over UDP (which provides more speed then other TCP over TCP solutions, which give a big overhead) + Auto MTU Tuning, depending on the connection the MTU value of the connection is adjusted. Con: - It is realy peer-to-peer with your contacts, so there is no 'group' like hamachi uses. this requires a small action (read above) - Bit of non-professional GUI (skins available though!) - No 64-bit support yet, but will be there soon.
    Author: KwukDuck on Friday, June 15, 2007

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