Reining in the LAN client

We'll often see inadequate access control for the local area network (LAN). It is usually considered a 'trusted zone' thus unfortunately a frequently neglected zone. While the LAN may well be the most trusted zone to achieve an appropriate level of layered security authorizing clients attaching to...
By David Monaco
February 25, 2005

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