AES + CBC encryption for a stream of UDP packets. Ask Question Asked 4 years, 11 months ago. Active 4 years, 11 months ago. Viewed 5k times 3. 2 $\begingroup$ I am developing an application that is based on UDP, and I need to send a stream of packets. As you can imagine, packets can get lost or corrupted.

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Is DNS TCP or UDP Port 53? | Infoblox DNS Security Center FAQ The answer is DNS is mostly UDP Port 53, but as time progresses, DNS will rely on TCP Port 53 more heavily. DNS has always been designed to use both UDP and TCP port 53 from the start 1, with UDP being the default, and fall back to using TCP when it is unable to communicate on UDP, typically when the packet size is too large to push through in a single UDP packet. What is Syslog Default Port and Secure Port and How to

Encryption using software is slower than encryption using hardware and can result in a larger backup window. By using hardware encryption, you can also avoid unnecessary CPU cycles on either the agent server or the backup server and the drive can compress the data before encrypting.

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