I recently installed a RV082 so that a branch office could have an always-on connection with the main office. That branch, among others, processes credit cards for payment. A security company, Security Metrics, scans their network and looks for any security vulnerabilities. If the company fails the test they are charged a monthly fee to be able to continue processing credit cards.
The branch office that had the router installed failed due to several security issues involving port 443. Is there a way to secure the port in the router? I have attached the Securites Vulnerabilities report that gives the details.
The branch office does not have a server, only about 5 XP Pro workstations (one does the credit card transactions). The other 3 branches have the same setup but they use PIX routers and they do not have any security issues.