October 22nd, 2001, 11:55 PM
how secure would you guess rate using pc-a via cable modem to connect to an office lan? lan w/netware 5.1 and border manager and home with black ice fw.
October 23rd, 2001, 01:13 AM
It would be pretty secure as long as you configure it right. As long as you don't have BlackIce set on "trusting" you should be OK. But what does that have to do with PCAnywhere?
October 31st, 2001, 10:45 PM
But if you don't configure it right, you've just opened a GAPING hole into your network.
I wouldn't reccomend using PC-A to connect to your companies network. Is this for administrative purposes, check your email, or just to have access?
November 1st, 2001, 01:26 AM
Not with PC Anywhere. The only time they use pc-anywhere at my work is through a dial-up connection. Never, NEVER connected through the internet.
\"Vini, Vici, Vidi\"
I came, I saw, I conquered.
- Julius Caesar
November 1st, 2001, 01:56 AM
I don't think the question involves PCAnywhere, but if it indeed does, I would have to agree. It would be about the same as handing one's computer to the hackers.
November 1st, 2001, 03:28 AM
Good call stflook, I guess we need to know what exactly is being asked here.
November 11th, 2001, 02:10 AM
PCanywhere dosn't intend its product to be used that way. If you look on the installation disk they include a demo of checkpoints vpn client. they did on version 9 anyway.
November 11th, 2001, 02:21 AM
Alter the ports
If you must use PC Anywhere to enter your network:
1. Install it on a computer that requires a secure login to your
network and computer. NOT Windows 98, where the ESC
key bypasses the logon.
2. Have your Firewall configured to allow 2 'alternate' ports to
pass through (to the PC A enabled puter). Default ports are 5631/5632. Change them !!
3. If it's behind a Firewall, PC Anywhere does not advertise it's
presence making it harder to detect.
The user MUST know the IP address, and the alternate ports to enter the system. Then they must first pass the PC Anwhere security and then the Network Logon.