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RE: terminal server security vs vpn
From: Chandresh Dedhia <ChandreshD () shoppersstop co in>
Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2007 10:53:14 +0530
Has anybody used Portwise???
Thanks & Regards
From: listbounce () securityfocus com [mailto:listbounce () securityfocus com] On Behalf Of Chris Barber
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2007 12:48 AM
To: Juan B
Cc: security basics
Subject: Re: terminal server security vs vpn
If you use SSL-VPN you will not need a client, or at worst you will
not be required to install a client before you can make the
connection. The only thing needed from that standpoint is a browser.
This makes VPN more "Web Like" and easier on the user, without
compromising your security. i would contact one of the loacl
resellers in your area and ask for a demo
Cisco, Juniper, Aventail and Checkpoint all have SSL-VPN solutions
that are quite nice. I prefer the Juniper myself.
Hope this helps
On 8/13/07, Juan B <juanbabi () yahoo com> wrote:
I am looking for a solution to my users so they can
log in from home and work connect to there office
pc's, of course I will use terminlal server.
My question is, why to use double encryption, why use
vpn client to connect to the corporate FW and then to
connect throw it with a ts session, AFAIK Ts is
encrypted as well and one can set the encryption to
high which is the same as VPN right?
I want to nake the connection simple to the user and
securure. do I need also a vpn client, I guess not, am
I missing something here?
I will also change the port to increase security.
Thanks a lot,
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