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Posted Oct 3, 2002
Authored by wirepair

Citrix is a Remote Desktop application that is becoming widely popular. It is similar to Microsoft's Terminal Services, RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). Unlike Terminal Services, Citrixs' lines of products allow the administrator to specify certain applications to be run on the server. This allows them to control which programs they want to allow the end user to execute. There exists an interesting gray line for the security of Citrix applications due to the mixing of both Citrix technology, and Microsoft technology. With an application that allows users remote access to not only published programs, but remote desktops, a serious threat arises.

tags | exploit, remote, protocol
MD5 | 61e74e786bf9267b909c01e175a4c699
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