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Flaws jeopardize VPNs, servers

Flaws in Microsoft's FrontPage and virtual private network software could leave networks and servers vulnerable to a hacker's control.

Flaws in Microsoft's FrontPage and virtual private network software could leave networks and servers vulnerable to a hacker's control.

VPN flaw puts internal networks at risk
A suspected vulnerability in Microsoft's point-to-point tunneling protocol, if confirmed, could leave corporate intranets open to attack, say security experts.
September 26, 2002

FrontPage flaw places servers in jeopardy
Microsoft warns Web site administrators that a flaw in its FrontPage extensions could allow an attacker to take control of their servers or cause their computers to seize up.
September 25, 2002

previous coverage
Two flaws taint Microsoft's Java
Microsoft releases an advisory warning all users of its Windows operating system of two new critical flaws that could allow an attacker to take control of a victim's PC.
September 18, 2002