Riddle me this, riddle me that
Some folks prefer to use polls, surveys or start threads about ISA 2006 misses.
I have something better for you: riddles.
Note: By the way, if you can't get them, why you should worry about these misses since it looks that you do not miss them ?
So these series of riddles will be called "Dear Microsoft what have you done ?"
I will start with riddles about VPN. People say that ISA 2006's VPN is cool because of this and that. What about the fact of being uncool ?
Time to see the bads too. Because that's the correct way of describing things: with goods and bads.
Note: The answer to these riddles can be found by doing a proper security audit on your ISA 2006 VPN.
Note: I might answer to these in my series called L2TP/IPsec in Pictures. I'm undecided at this moment.
So here's one for you:
" Riddle me this, riddle me that, what door has two locks, locks which can be open with the same key ?
Clues: - L2TP/IPsec, I'm not referring to pre-shared keys "
Here's another one for you(this one is harder to guess since it's quite unbelievable, Yay!):
" Riddle me this, riddle me that, what door can be open with a key from another door&vendor if the house trusts both keys, if the keys and doors are unrelated and if ISA does what other firewalls can't do ?
Clues: L2TP/IPsec, Authentication "
And another one for you:
" Riddle me this, riddle me that, what should be protected and it's not if I'm dumb enough ?
Clues: L2TP/IPsec, Encryption "
I think these three riddles should keep you busy for a while.