VPN-1 SecuRemote/SecureClient allows you to connect to your organization in a secure manner, while at the same time protecting your machine from attacks that originate on the Internet. You can access private files over the Internet knowing that unauthorized persons cannot view the same file or alter it. With VPN-1 SecuRemote/SecureClient, remote users connect to the organization using any network adapter (including wireless adapters) or modem dialup. Once both sides are sure they are communicating with the...
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The ease or difﬁculty of packet snooping (also known as eavesdropping) on networks
depends largely on the technology implemented. Shared media networks are particularly
susceptible to eavesdropping because this type of network transmits packets everywhere
along the network as they travel from the origin to the ﬁnal destination. When concentrators
or hubs are used in a shared media environment (such as FDDI, 10BASE-T, or 100-Mbps
Ethernet), it can be fairly easy to insert a new node with packet-capturing capability and
then snoop the trafﬁc on the network.
Remote Access Clients provide a simple and secure way for endpoints to connect remotely to corporate resources over the Internet, through a VPN tunnel. Check Point offers 3 enterprise-grade flavors of Remote Access to fit a wide variety of organizational needs.
The clients offered in this release are:
Endpoint Security VPN - Incorporates Remote Access VPN with Desktop Security in a single client. It is recommended for managed endpoints that require a simple and transparent remote access experience together with desktop firewall rules....
Criminals (thieves, terrorists, competitors, employees, etc.)—Criminal scenarios in-
clude simply gathering information that would give knowledge of the buildings and
how to break in, or maybe getting into the security system and having doors open.
DoS attacks could be used for a variety of purposes including: making a political
statement, interfering with business, etc. Terrorists could use low security on a net-
work to shut down facility operation (i.e. as a smokescreen or disruption) that facili-
tates other destructive activity.