For paranoid non port forwarders - Homeland Security Says Hackers Could Crack Some Enterprise VPNs

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  1. Mike

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    "The nonprofit CERT Coordination Center—which acts as the Internet’s emergency response team—and the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued an alert for enterprise VPN apps made by Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, Pulse Secure, and F5 Networks on Friday. The bulletin also warned that more testing will be required to determine if hundreds of other VPN apps are at risk...."

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    though it seems to suggest the encrypted VPN itself isnt being broken but that they're stealing credentials from stored cookies?
     
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    no reported problems on openVPN !
     
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