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From: Marsh Ray (marshextendedsubset.com)
Date: Thu Jun 10 2010 - 05:44:23 CDT
On 6/10/2010 4:44 AM, Larry Seltzer wrote:
> All right, I guess you've got a point. I reflexively say VPN at times like
> this because the very few reported RDP attacks I've seen have been MITM
> attacks of the sort that VPNs effectively block. But a client
> certificate/TLS implementation accomplishes the same thing and all you have
> to open is the RDP port.
MS Terminal Services Gateway can be set up to require client cert
authentication and comes in over SSL/TLS over port 443 (RPC over HTTPS I
Allowing raw RDP to come in through the firewall is not something I
would feel real good about.
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