VPN bi-directional?

Discussion in 'Dealing with Spyware' started by Nightwolf, Apr 1, 2008.

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    Nightwolf

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    Hello, I am a new poster with a basic question. My company assigns its employees an RSA SecurID token so that we can log in remotely via VPN, through web browsers. Does logging in in this fashion allow the company to see your home computer? Or is the access basically one way?
     
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    You can apply an access list on the internal interface of the output address to see if you see hitcount for traffic in particular. Be sure to log keyword at the end of the list entry access and an IP address can not be the end of the ACL. In addition, an on-site B device can help to see if a trade is reached or not.
     
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