I created a OpenVPN server over pfSense and I'm making a large test before going into production.
Now I have some strange disconnects time to time, with an unknown error 10060. I'm on Windows 10 and latest updates (1809) and also the latest version of OpenVPN for Windows.
I added keepalive to push client configuration and made some changes to server config. But after looking in the server logs I have something like:
PUSH_REPLY,dhcp-option DOMAIN redecorp.local,dhcp-option DNS 10.x.x.x,dhcp-option DNS 10.x.x.x,dhcp-option DNS 10.x.x.x,block-outside-dns,dhcp-option NTP 10.x.x.x,dhcp-option NTP 10.x.x.x,redirect-gateway def1,redirect-gateway autolocal,route-gateway 172.26.254.1,topology subnet,ping 10,ping-restart 60,route 172.20.3.0 255.255.255.240,ifconfig 172.26.254.220 255.255.255.0,peer-id 0' (status=1)
My question is regarding ping 10,ping-restart 60,route 172.20.3.0 255.255.255.240. I don't have these options on the server config part (over the gui or the server.conf) and I don't understand why is adding ping 10 and ping-restart 60, that I don't want to avoid the disconnects. Also this route add is also automatic and not configured by me.
Might the problem be related to these configurations?
Thank you in advance!
Great question, let me see what we can do for you.
The discussion in the episode(s) is centered around the different types of security models that we can use to explain how a system would implement some aspect of the CIA triad.
Bell La-Padula is focused on Confidentiality
Biba is focused on Integrity
Clark-Wilson is focused on Integrity
The issue for you appears to be around the comparison between Biba and Clark-Wilson with regards to how they address the three main points of Integrity in a system, as noted below:
Prevent modifications of objects by unauthorized subjects
Prevent unauthorized modifications of objects by authorized subjects
Protect internal and external object consistency
Biba ONLY addresses the first of the three items above.
Clark-Wilson addresses ALL THREE of the items above.
Hope that helps to clarify.
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It is my understanding that Service Value Chains consist of Service Value Streams which in turn consist of Practices. The Practices produce the outputs which together make up the service for the stream.
Is this accurate? Thanks in advance
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