Schneier on Security: Analysis of Microsoft PPTP Version 2

IT Security Vulnerability | Virtual Private Networks | MTI The below is blog 5 in a series of 8 that identifies the most common security vulnerabilities that we have experienced first hand. Vulnerability #5: Virtual Private Networks. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is typically one of two types: a Site-to-Site VPN or a Remote Access VPN. What is PPTP VPN and How Does it Work? - PureVPN PPTP or Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol is the outdated protocol by Microsoft and basically encapsulate PPP. PPTP is easy to setup and offers fastest speeds. As a result, it is ideal for streaming and gaming, but not for security because it provides weak encryption. NVD - CVE-2019-15261

PPTP stands for point-to-point tunneling protocol. It is an Internet protocol commonly used in Virtual Private Network (VPN) products. Windows NT supports PPTP server, and both Windows NT and Windows 95 support PPTP client. Their reaction has been to either ignore the vulnerabilities or belittle them. We've found that Microsoft doesn't take

PPTP VPN SECURITY CONCERNS - MyWorkDrive Oct 26, 2017 What Is PPTP: Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol

What is PPTP VPN and How Does it Work? - PureVPN

Jul 09, 2020 Vulnerabilities & attack vectors of VPNs (Pt 1