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Both HTTPS and VPN are widely used in today’s systems. Clearly they serve quite different purposes. In terms of how they are implemented, what do they have in common? How do they differ?

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HTTPS protocol and various VPN implementations can have in common the encryption of the connection (VPN can also be configured in “tunneling” mode); in the first case the connection to a web resource is encrypted using TLS/SSL and it extends the regular HTTP approach (which runs at Layer 7 –application - of the OSI model) over the Internet...

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