[Owasp-leaders] OWASP for Charities: plea for tech experience
daniel.cuthbert at owasp.org
Tue Mar 23 08:20:28 EDT 2010
As part of the OWASP for Charities project, I've been helping out a handful
of charities with various logistical errors they are facing. One I'm
struggling with, is that of a decent remote administration tool for workers
in the field. Initially I suggested using IntelliAdmin remote desktop. Two
issues have risen with using it in 3rd world countries:
- it's not so easy to adapt the security (LAN firewall, Windows firewall,
Anti-virus firewall) because the IP identified as the remote controller is
not (or not always) the public IP of the remote firewall.
- it's not very much optimised for low bandwidth: taking control of a
computer in the field can take ages - you even ask yourself if the contact
has been lost.
Would you mind forwarding this email to your various chapters and asking if
anyone has any experience with remote desktop solutions that work well with
slower connections? They are all Windows-based machines.
Appreciate the help, thanks all
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