[Cvsnt] Expose CVSNT to internet

Scott Van Kirk scott at mho.net
Tue Jan 8 00:45:27 GMT 2002

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It will not be secure unless you use either a VPN or ssh.  I recently went
through a lot of hassle trying to get a vpn or ssh working.  I was not able
to get the VPN working to the point that I felt comfortable with it.   I
would recommend ssh.   If you do that though, make sure you remove CVSNT
from your server, ( it doesn't work with the ssh protocol ), install cygwin
with its ssh and cvs copies on the server and use those.   That is
currently working for me.


At 04:30 PM 1/7/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>I was using CVSNT on a Windows 2000 machine. If I expose the CVSNT server
>to the internet via a router, will there be any security problems? Will
>hackers break
>into the system easily because of the CVSNT server?
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