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Is it possible to setup email servers to encrypt communication in transit?

I understand that generally email communication is insecure by default and would like to know if its possible to setup email servers so that the emails get encrypted when sent between hosts.

I want to know if there is actually a way to include personal information in emails and keep it secure in a Business to Business Scenario (B2B). This usually involves a scenario where and email is generally generated or typed that gives instructions on who to contact or follow up with. It is intended for a human to read and not intended to be processed by a machine

I’d also appreciate any relevant explanation particularly details of commonly known approaches so that i can investigate further. Even if its at the level of a pattern and common strengths and weaknesses.

Does OpenVPN encrypt my traffic between my computer and VPN server?

I set up my own VPN by installing OpenVPN on a Ubuntu server, then I download client.ovpn file from Ubuntu server to my Windows laptop. And then, I import that client.ovpn to OpenVPN GUI app on Windows and finally, I connect to my Ubuntu VPN server and everything work fine.

I installed OpenVPN on Ubuntu server using this instruction: https://github.com/angristan/openvpn-install

So I think traffic flow will be like this:

My computer (browser,...) --> Ubuntu OpenVPN server --> Internet. 

Does OpenVPN GUI encrypt traffic between my computer to Ubuntu OpenVPN server?

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OpenLDAP encrypt database or by attributes

I run an OpenLDAP server on which there is some data I wanted to encrypt. I cannot use a userPassword like attributes as this is hash. In my case I need to crypt/decrypt it with a secret key.

But if I do so, i’ll not be able anymore to perform ldapsearch request with these attributes in my filter (as they are encrypted…)

So, is there a natif way to be it on a attribute basis ? Or maybe there is a way to encrypt the whole data.mdb file to avoid someone who stole it to read it on it’s own instance.

Thank you

Let’s encrypt certificate in the backend server

I created a let’s encrypt certificate for my domain and install my SSL certificate in the nginx reverse proxy. Now, I want to secure the communication between the proxy and the backend server using also let’s encrypt and I have the same domain name for both the proxy and the server. I don’t want to use self-signed certificate in the backend server. So, how can I use let’s encrypt for both the server and the proxy?

How to encrypt data with OTP?

We can generate OTP using HOTP – RFC 4226 and TOTP – RFC 6238.

But the generated OTP normally has a checking function authenticator.check(token, secret);. But this only checks if the OTP is valid.

How to store any data such that it will be encrypted in the storage of the system and can only be accessed after entering the OTP.

How do VPN providers exactly encrypt traffic from client to their server?

I’m thinking to build a VPN for personal use on a VPS but am unable to understand one thing. How exactly VPN providers encrypt data from client to their server? Suppose if I simply configure IP of my VPS and port in my browser it would be simple proxy it won’t encrypt traffic that originates from my machine or browser.

If I use OpenVPN would it solve the purpose?

One more thing which I can’t understand is, how do VPN providers exactly restricts usage to a few devices. Do they save device information? If by few devices they mean only X devices can run this VPN in parallel then how do the exactly restrict usage to only X devices because they have limited IPs and tons of users routing their traffic through them and there’s no way to know to know who is using how many devices. If this is mapped to user account and they figure this out via his unique account then technically they are maintaining logs right?

Server encryption, client decryption, without the client having the ability to encrypt?

Is it possible to encrypt data server side and then decrypt it client side; without the client having the ability to encrypt the data themselves after decrypting?

I’m working on a license manager which needs to be able to read the contents of the encrypted file, but ideally we don’t want the client to have the ability to create their own encrypted license file.