NAI's PGP VPN Client
patrick at SECUREOPS.COM
Mon Jan 10 11:56:35 EST 2000
I managed to download the PGP6.5.1 off the international site. I'm still
waiting for the demo CD to get here(I was supposed to receive it "expidite"
last week. NAI uses "whois" to do their export control verification.
Personally, that isn't the best way to do things and it also causes us not
to be able to retrieve anything from their American website.
Can you point me to the 6.5.2a International(If it exists)??? I'd greatly
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jarrett Knoll [mailto:knoll at email.msn.com]
> Sent: Monday, January 10, 2000 11:43 AM
> To: Patrick Ethier
> Subject: Re: NAI's PGP VPN Client
> which version of pgpnet are you using? version 6.5.2a seems
> to work the
> best. 6.5.3 has caused several dreaded blue screens. Several
> issues have
> been presented to the backline support, but we have not received any
> response back yet.
> Jarrett Knoll
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Patrick Ethier" <patrick at SECUREOPS.COM>
> To: <VPN at SECURITYFOCUS.COM>
> Sent: Monday, January 10, 2000 9:35 AM
> Subject: NAI's PGP VPN Client
> > Hi guys,
> > As you have probably read, I have been working on setting
> up a client VPN
> > link between NAI's PGP VPN(Otherwise know as PGPNet
> commercial version)
> > client and OpenBSD 2.6. I have been able to successfully
> achieve my goal
> > I have 1 major problem. PGP VPN keeps crashing on my win98 box.
> > Here is the situation:
> > 1- I manage to set up a Security Gateway as an SA without
> any problems.
> > 2- I configure a Secure Host behind that security Gateway.
> > 3- When I try and connect this Secure Host, I get the "Blue
> Screen of
> > saying "Fatal Exception in PGPMAC.vxd"
> > According to my OpenBSD box, my netstat says I have an IPSec tunnel
> > that particular host and the PGP client.
> > Has anybody set up a client connection to any VPN
> technology using PGP VPN
> > client and experienced similar problems? Basically, I'm trying to
> > whether this is a flaw in the software or it is the
> configurations that
> > wrong.(With such a serious crash, my biased opinion is that
> there is a
> > flaw in PGP VPN client and that it does not support
> Client-to-LAN VPN
> > properly).
> > Thanks for your time,
> > ____________________
> > Patrick Ethier
> > patrick at secureops.com
> > [ It doesn't matter if you don't know where you're going....]
> > [ As long as you get there --- DrBones ]
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