Re: VPN client software for Linux
Be very careful doing this. You're connecting a "relatively insecure"
environment for many people (home network) directly inside your
corporate firewall. If you're big enough to have a legal department,
ask them to try to write something specific that your end-users have to
sign -- but it still won't protect you from their mistakes.
And the real fun is watching the legal department have kittens. :)
On Thu, Nov 23, 2000 at 12:07:55PM -0000, Diarmuid Drew wrote:
> My employer uses Checkpoint Firewall 1 and I use VPN-1 SecureClient as a VPN
> client on windows. The checkpoint site says linux FreeSWAN is compatible.
> I'd like to be able to use Linux, has anybody got any experience of FreeSWAN
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> Subject: VPN client software for Linux
> > Hi,
> > Is there any VPN client software for Linux? TIA!
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