Authentication angst

Wednesday, 21 December 2005, 12:10 AM EST

Any SSL VPN deployment supporting more than a few dozen users will likely have links to external authentication servers, such as RADIUS or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. Our test in this area measured how well each SSL VPN device worked with our five authentication servers and evaluated how well the vendors had integrated other functions - such as group retrieval for authorization purposes and method-specific security features, such as certificate revocation lists or password changing.

At NetworkWorld.

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