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    The answer is NO. A modem does not have...

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    The answer is NO. A modem does not have an inbuilt firewall. Are you sure its a modem and not a ROUTER ? </quote>

    To clairfy, a DSL modem does not have a firewall, but most new-er DSL...
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    Thanks for the reply and the link. Connecting...

    Thanks for the reply and the link.

    Connecting to the direct IP could be re routed with an arpspoof (but that would require the attacker knowing the target prior to the initial vpn hand shake) so...
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    MITM VPN attack?

    so i know how MITM ssl attacks work, and sinse VPN's use asyncronis key exchange just like ssl... would it be possible to to perform the same type of attack.

    Fool the user into thinking you're the...
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    Great Video, I wonder if its possible to store...

    Great Video, I wonder if its possible to store the hidden volume in an alternate data stream of a regular truecrypt volume. and if not, why?
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    You guys are most excellent, thanks for the info!

    You guys are most excellent, thanks for the info!
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    I would hope that the bios does not do the...

    I would hope that the bios does not do the decrypting. (for security purposes). I would hope that the whole encryption/decryption proccess requires a running vista OS. So maybe you'd boot off of...
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    And by "this version" i mean the public Beta

    And by "this version" i mean the public Beta
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    What im more concerned about is the WinFS (even...

    What im more concerned about is the WinFS (even if its not shipping with Vista). Im told only their high end products will allow Disk encryption. Logically the Decryption Key, or hash, will have to...
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    Monitoring

    Okay, I work for a fortune 500 ISP.

    I am assuming that you are not using Dialup, or some other service in which your IP is changing per connection. Sure they can track you by username and pass,...
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