Security professionals allege RDP vulnerability

Wednesday, 30 May 2007, 12:06 AM EST

ccording to security professionals, it's possible for users of Microsoft's new RDP 6.0 client to bypass server-side security settings and successfully establish connections—even when their sessions haven't been authenticated.

"With Terminal server installed on Windows 2003 Server [sic] with current service packs and patches it is possible to bypass the server side setting that requires SSL with a self-signed cert," the Bugtraq contributor—an enterprise support specialist with a state government agency—wrote.

At ESJ.

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