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Paul Hoffman (VPNC)

Paul Hoffman is a Santa Cruz-based Internet pioneer.

Hoffman has been involved with the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) since the early 1990s, is current chair of the IETF ipsecme working group, and has chaired numerous working groups in the past. He is the founder of the Internet Mail Consortium and the Virtual Private Network Consortium.

He has authored popular books on technical topics, including Perl for Dummies[1] and Netscape Communicator for Dummies.[2] Additionally, he is the author of the following RFCs:

RFC2311

RFC2312

RFC2368

RFC2487

RFC2585

RFC2634

RFC2781

RFC2987

RFC3207

RFC3233

RFC3454

RFC3490

RFC3491

RFC3536

RFC3664

RFC3854

RFC3855

RFC4109

RFC4134

RFC4156

RFC4157

RFC4249

RFC4266

RFC4270

RFC4308

RFC4434

RFC4677

RFC4718

RFC4894

RFC5518

See also

References

  1. ^ Hoffman, Paul E. (March 2003). Perl for Dummies.  
  2. ^ Hoffman, Paul E. (December 1998). Netscape Communicator for Dummies.  

External links

  • Proper Publishing
  • LookIt Weblog


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