I like Kaspersky anti-virus, and I use it regularly… (Not on my own PC mind you, but on the clients)
While I do believe they provide the best anti-virus in the market, I am not a fan of most of their other products. That goes for the Firewall, Safe Browsing, SSL Hijacking, and of course their newest addition, Secure Connection…
Not so long ago, remote unlocking of a LUKS-encrypted root partition was difficult to setup. While essential for headless servers, all required steps needed to be done manually and compatibility was a concern.
Luckily, it is much simpler to do so in recent versions of Ubuntu/Debian. Unlocking an encrypted root remotely should be as simple as installing a single package… We’ll see about that in a moment.
Spoiler alert: You most likely would want to use UDP tunneling!
An OpenVPN tunnel runs over IP and can encapsulates VPN traffic into either a UDP or a TCP connection. To understand the pros and cons of each, we first need to have an understanding of them both.