[dtn-security] Is there a "secure" reference implementation of the DTN stack?

"Graham Keellings (Leonix Solutions Pte Ltd)" <Graham@LeonixSolutions.com> Sun, 28 June 2009 01:08 UTC

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Is there a "secure" reference implementation of the DTN stack available 
for download? Is there even agreement of what a "secure" implementation 
should be, or is it all a question of trade-offs?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Graham