Thing is thought that using MPPE will make your connection secured is
the security problem that they refer to at the end the crap security in the
windows sam files ?
But if the clients are windows thats something that you will be used to
Is the advantage then with ipsec that the keys are encrypted using industry
standard symetric encryption with a passphrase ?
On Thursday 12 December 2002 04:09, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Stephen Shirley (diamond at skynet.ie):
> > On Wed, Dec 11, 2002 at 02:21:41PM +0000, Ronan Waide wrote:
> >> Also, there's the PPTP stuff, which is Windows' "native" VPN tool. I
> >> believe PoPToP is the name of the Linux server implementation.
> > Not highly regarded (read: insecure), so don't use for important
> > stuff.
>> I'm glad you said that, rather than me. When I said pretty much the
> exact same thing on the Silicon Valley Linux User Group's mailing list,
> I got flamed up one side and down the other as simultaneously
> "ignorant", "wrong", and "elitist". But here's some ammunition:
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