IPsec VPN Security
- August 11, 2010
Federal IT managers will likely see greater demands to facilitate and improve telework infrastructures at their agencies.
- July 26, 2010
New research from NCP Engineering points out that companies are complacent about VPN security configurations, and poorly managed VPNs are often at the heart of large data breaches.
- November 12, 2008
Tools are available to automate VoIP attacks, but the threat remains low until VoIP communications is more pervasive in the workplace.
- May 22, 2007
Papa Gino's is ahead of many companies in deploying Windows Vista, thanks to its involvement in the Microsoft TAP program. But VPN compatibility has been a sticking point.
- February 06, 2007
Microsoft's chairman tells RSA Conference 2007 attendees that a combination of authentication and access management strategies is what it takes to protect corporate data, but information security pros are willing to wait for the proof.
- August 24, 2006
Attackers could corrupt files, cause a denial of service and bypass security restrictions via flaws in several of Cisco's firewall and VPN products.
- January 18, 2006
Cisco confirms a security hole in its IOS HTTP Server while Symantec warns of a flaw in the Check Point VPN-1 SecureClient application.
- December 05, 2005
But Array Networks' SPX5000 also has rich functionality, including full or split tunneling to facilitate IPSec.
- November 21, 2005
A transportation firm uses wireless technology to keep the trains running on time. But securing mobile devices isn't easy when they're spread across the globe.
- November 14, 2005
Attackers could exploit a vulnerability in a security protocol widely used in VPNs to cause a denial of service or buffer overflows, or to launch malicious code.
- September 13, 2005
The EX-1500 SSL VPN appliance offers a high level of security, using network layer transport, and strong and granular upper-layer policy and access control.
- May 09, 2005
Attackers could use this "very significant" flaw to read plaintext communications.
- February 12, 2004
Microsoft ASN flaw may be biggest defect ever found
- January 19, 2004
Serious vulnerabilities have been discovered in Hewlett-Packard Co.'s implementations of IPSec and SSH in Tru64 Unix.
- November 27, 2002