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Re: secure vpn or telnet sessions
From: Chris Travers <chris () travelamericas com>
Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 16:45:28 -0800

You have two options-- you might want to investigate both because they are fundamentally different in how they authenticate and encrypt.

1)  Use SSH.

2) use Kerberos and Kerberized Telnet. If you truly have a VPN, maybe you can log into the KDC and then use that to establish an encrypted telnet session. Your Telnet server and client would both have to support kerberos and I would HIGHLY recommend configuring the server to only handle fully encrypted connections.

Leon Ward wrote:

Take a look at ssh, it can accomplish both your goals.

nard
http://www.nardware.co.uk


-----Original Message-----
From: Flory D Jeffrey Contractor 59MDSS/MSISI
[mailto:Jeffrey.Flory2 () LACKLAND AF MIL]
Sent: 30 January 2003 15:38
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: secure vpn or telnet sessions


To all

I need some help,
Need to find out what would be the very best way to set up either one of
these two types of sessions, using encryption, and password protection, etc.

VPN
TELNET,

Thanks for your help.

Jeff



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