U.K. government warns of IPSec VPN vulnerability

Thursday, 19 May 2005, 1:53 PM EST

An advisory from a U.K. government group says that certain configurations of remote access IPSec VPNs are susceptible to attacks.

The advisory was dated last week, but the vulnerabilities it outlines have been known for years, so there is no reason for those who have been paying attention to panic. If properly configured, their VPNs are secure.

By Tim Greene at NW.

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