Previous versions of c-treeACE provided TCP/IP communication protocol support that could be camouflaged by adding COMM_PROTOCOL FETCPIP to ctsrvr.cfg and building a special matching client-side library. This "Camouflage" added a small level of security for Client/Server applications. CAMO or "Camouflage" is an older, legacy method of hiding data, which is not a standards-conforming encryption scheme, such as AES. It is not intended as a replacement for Advanced Encryption or other security systems.
Please note that, starting with c-treeACE V11.5, this technology has been deprecated and the c-treeACE Server technology now supports TLS communication encryption, discussed in the Advanced File Encryption section.