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I have an application in asp which operates electrical appliences in home/office, through a network of physical devices connected to the computer.
so if i want to operate these ele. appliences remotely,then is there any secured way to access my application.
i have tried this by creating dial-up connection, on the remote computer and succeded to connect my home pc and got the asp page displayed on my browser.(this connection is through modems connected on my home pc and on the remote pc).
is this way is secured or not and can any body what may be the connection i.e.. isdn or some other mode(with out a modem) can access my application.

pls. any body help.

regds
mohan
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If your dialing into your home computer the olny way anyone can connect to it is by also dialing in. Given that they must know the phone number\ username & password and know what to do once there in i would say that your pretty secure.

You could alway configure your home PC to dial back to your work one for added security
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You could also use SSL and a different username/password combo for the page. Also set the site/page up to only be accessable from your network/domain. Or perhaps tunneling the page via SSH or something like that. But as it is now, its about as secure as you can get without going crazy. SSL is pretty easy to though.
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