[stunnel-users] Marketing Stunnel

Charles A. Monteiro charles at datasof.com
Wed Sep 1 15:01:29 CEST 2004

thanks, it is still good to know about deployment contexts of stunnel, so  
far I have found stunnel pretty straightforward to use i.e. after I  
figured out that the newer versions of stunnel rely on the conf files,  
what we have not yet tried to do is try to circumvent it.



On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 21:42:23 +0200 (CEST), Jan Meijer  
<jan.meijer at surfnet.nl> wrote:

> Charles,
> On Tue, 31 Aug 2004, Charles A. Monteiro wrote:
>> So I now need to sell stunnel to those that make decisions. It would be  
>> helpful to get an understanding of how widely deployed it is. It also  
>> would be useful to have a number of company names that I could drop,  
>> especially if said companies were major corporations and especially if  
>> they were players in the finance/banking industry.
>> thanks in advance,
> Sorry, we're not a banking/financial firm.  SURFnet, the NREN (national  
> research and educational network) of the Netherlands (the 'higher-ed  
> ISP', ~170 sites, ~750.000 end-users), uses stunnel in its' operational  
> environment.  We've got a thing called 'stunnel-in-the-box' under  
> development which makes using stunnel easier for the mere-mortal.
> Jan

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