[vpn] authentication with vpn
danx at geac.com
Tue Jan 1 23:23:44 EST 2002
As a connectivity feature, it's a wonderful benefit to the user to provide a
single sign-on service. However, It is quite likely to be a security loser.
As I read this, your passwords are your only method for ensuring that your
networks aren't hacked. As inconvenient as it is, using this scheme is much
more secure than what you're asking for.
However, if you really want it, Cable & Wireless otters secure dial. This
might meet your needs.
>From: "jean-philippe.planquart at wanadoo.fr"
<jean-philippe.planquart at wanadoo.fr>
>To: "vpn at securityfocus.com" <vpn at securityfocus.com>
>Subj: [vpn] authentication with vpn
>Sent: Tuesday, January 01, 2002 7:20 PM
>I want to deploy vpn service for home users to access to intranet
>Users will first connect through an ISP service, and then to an
authentication server to
>access to my intranet. With this solution, users must authenticate twice
>- first to the ISP to authorize access to Internet
>- Second, to the authentication Gateway to authorize access to the
>Then, after authentication, we build vpn between home user and the
Gateway. With this
>solution, people have to learn 2 passwords ( for ISP and for my Gateway
>Has any body a solution to enter only one password ?
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