Chris Buechler wrote:
> On 1/7/07, Sven Brill <madde at gmx dot net> wrote:
>> Security could be strong enough with PPTP,
>> depends on your own risk assessment. For a fun read, try this:
> This is a bit of FUD, as it's based on issues that were fixed years
> ago and Schneier never updated that page. But, PPTP still has its
first hit on google, as I said, it might be enough, I just don't trust
it and have nothing to base this on right now, other than general
industry practices where security is a factor, e.g. banking.
> combination of IPsec and OpenVPN is ideal IMO. Two for redundancy,
> and if one can't get through whatever firewall your client machine is
> behind, you have another to try.
I like that idea - don't limit yourself, you only have to configure your
m0n0wall once. Leave your options open, and set yourself a priority
list. Basically, the three VPNs mentioned use three different
approaches, and one of them is sure to get through whatever firewall the
client is behind.