The Nucleus PPTP software, combined with the Nucleus NET networking stack, the Nucleus implementation of the Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE) protocol, and the Nucleus PPP software, provides embedded developers with a complete secure VPN solution.
What does MPPE stand for?
MPPE stands for Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 3 other meanings of MPPE in our Acronym Attic
- Multi-Pixel Photon Detector
- Multi-Purpose Peripheral Device
- Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association (Lakeshore Nature Preserve; University of Wisconsin; Madison, WI)
- Medicine-Pediatrics Program Directors Association
- Motion Picture Producers & Directors Association
- Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America (now Motion Picture Association of America)
- Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission (Virginia)
- Macro-Porous Polymer Extraction (hydrocarbon removal system)
- Maximizing Participation Project Extension (Pennsylvania)
- Mean Percentage of Parenchymal Enhancement (radiology)
- Multiple Posterior Pigment Epitheliopathy (ophthalmology)
- Marine Pollution Prevention in the East Asian Seas
- Michigan Pulp and Paper Environmental Council (Michigan Forest Products Council; Lansing, MI)
- Material Potentially Presenting An Explosive Hazard
- Missouri Program Performance Evaluation & Reporting System
- Massachusetts Preservation Projects Fund
- Materials Processing Products Facility
- Modal Positive Position Feedback
- Multi-Payload Processing Facility (US NASA; Kennedy Space Center)
- Multifunctional Plug & Play Facade
Samples in periodicals archive:
developers and distributors of world-leading internet subscriber management software and hardware, today announced that its ServPoET Broadband Management System (BMS) now supports Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption (MPPE).
Interceptor PPTP incorporates the latest PPTP security enhancements, including Windows NT Hash authentication; and Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption to protect the confidentiality of user data.