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Re: [Full-disclosure] SSL VPNs and security
From: Tim (tim-securitysentinelchicken.org)
Date: Fri Jun 09 2006 - 09:25:22 CDT
> >Set up a wildcard record, *.webvpn.example.org, pointing to the device.
> >The device then maps all internal domain names or IP addresses to a
> >unique hostname, such as: internalhost.webvpn.example.org, or
> >192-168-0-1.webvpn.example.org, etc.
> This has the side effect of making procurement of the SSL certificates
> *very* expensive.
SSL certificates are free. You just have to have enough knowledge to
distribute your own CA certificate. For a VPN appliance, this should
not be a problem at all, since only your trusted users should be
accessing it. Even if you aren't competent enough to figure out how to
distribute your own CA certificate, I believe there are such things as
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