Re: (prevent + detect Arp spoofing) + Securing Terminal Services

From: Deus, Attonbitus (
Date: 05/08/03

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    Date: Thu, 08 May 2003 14:29:00 -0700
    To: "Dan Rowe" <>, <>

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    At 01:02 PM 5/8/2003, Dan Rowe wrote:

    > I heard about the man-in-the-middle exploit that has been found
    > for
    >terminal services, and have learned that using ssl with terminal
    >can avoid this exploit, but in my case, i am unable to use ssl.

    The post to BT about using SSL and the TSAC web client was actually
    incorrect. Launching the activeX control via SSL is only secure for
    control download- once the control in instantiated in memory, it
    connects to the tserver from the client - the SSL session no longer

    A good bet is certificate based VPN or IPSEC between the hosts. And
    can use IPSec to firewall off the IP/Ports to/from the addresses you
    want. You might also play with the new Basic Firewall option in RRAS



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