PKI vs win 2000 VPN
bugtraq at seifried.org
Thu Jun 14 00:26:27 EDT 2001
> I am looking for some information comparing using a win 2K VPN client vs a
> PKI solution. In this case the PKI solution would be a managed solution,
> a self managed 2000 option. Security of course would be a concern.
> for your input, and or direction.
Do you want PKI, i.e. a certificate authority, or are you asking about VPN,
virtual private networks, a technology that can (and often does) make use of
PKI is basic infrastructure (and essentially useless on it's own), VPN is an
application that can rely on this infrastructure (and do something useful
with all the money you invested in your shiny new PKI).
> Brandy Miles
> 7324 SW Durham Road
> Portland, OR 97224
Kurt Seifried, seifried at securityportal.com
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