Remote access

Reindl Harald h.reindl at
Fri Oct 14 11:33:25 UTC 2011

and his boss is "perfectly legitimate" to fire him form one day to the next
it does even not matter if there si any firewall to pierce, it is enough
taht a policy/admin says "it is not allowed" to fire you if you are doing it

peopole like you are a real nightmare because you are enforcing
other ones to break policies which you and we do not understand
from outside and there is only one person who really must undertsnad
them - the admin

the same for recommend to setup openvpn
you can do that at your home but NOT in a company
why? because you are not understanding the security-implications

the company may have well tested rollozts and security checks on all
machines in their network and than comes some stupid boy missing
any knowledge and brings a hidden machine in the network

Am 14.10.2011 13:26, schrieb Marko Vojinovic:

On Friday 14 October 2011 05:32:23 Scott Rouse wrote:

However, every serious firewall admin should know that the firewall is a one-way barrier,
protecting local users from the outside attack, and having in principle no way to protect
the outside world from the local user.

So, if the OP asks his admin to allow him the access, and is refused, I think it is perfectly
legitimate to DIY and pierce a connection through. Best, :-) Marko 

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