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How is it possible for this to be a security risk: access cpu via RDP (thru a hefty corporate VPN (token, vpn password) then, the corporate network login to the CPU.e RDPw -a security risk, given there are many levels of security
Posted by: How could this be risky? ()
Date: August 04, 2022 08:33PM

I'm just a user who won't be able to remotely access my cpu the way I left it yesterday or last week.

How the fuck could the access set-up I described be a security risk? There are multiple layers of security!

I'm suspicious that "security risk" is an excuse being used to justify killing RDP.

Maybe it's because of some inefficiency or cost associated with maintaining RDP protocols especially when other means of access have been available.

Re: How is it possible for this to be a security risk: access cpu via RDP (thru a hefty corporate VPN (token, vpn password) then, the corporate network login to the CPU.e RDPw -a security risk, given there are many levels of security
Posted by: Ask Jeeves ()
Date: August 04, 2022 09:07PM

Try rebooting the computer.

Re: How is it possible for this to be a security risk: access cpu via RDP (thru a hefty corporate VPN (token, vpn password) then, the corporate network login to the CPU.e RDPw -a security risk, given there are many levels of security
Posted by: Security risk? ()
Date: August 05, 2022 07:35AM

Good question!

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