Apr 27, 2020 · For the greatest reliability across the widest range of platforms and network configurations, UITS recommends using the Pulse Secure SSL VPN client (produced by Pulse Secure, LLC), where available, to connect to IU's SSL VPN. The Pulse Secure client is the official replacement for the Junos Pulse client previously used at IU.

The Pulse Secure VPN installed client is an application that runs on your desktop, laptop or mobile device and allows you to connect directly to the UCSF network as if you were on campus. When you are connected to the UCSF network, all your applications will work the same way they do when you are on campus. Pulse Secure VPN clients are available for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, Android and ChromeOS. Please click on and follow the appropriate instructions link below. You Pulse Secure (VPN) VPN is the only remote access choice if you meet any of the unique conditions below. Click here for details and instructions. (VPN requires Duo Two-Factor Authentication) You have a special application only on your computer and it needs to get to UT Southwestern for a specific reason. To access the Tulane VPN (Virtual Private Network) you will need to download the Junos Pulse VPN client here https://vpn.tulane.edu. Enter your Tulane email and password to login. Detailed instructions for downloading and installing the Junos VPN client are in the Tulane Knowledge Base at the links below: The Pulse Client creates a secure connection to your corporate Pulse Connect Secure SSL VPN gateway to provide instant access to business applications and data from anywhere at any time.

The Pulse Client creates a secure connection to your corporate Pulse Connect Secure SSL VPN gateway to provide instant access to business applications and data from anywhere at any time.

CVE-2019-11510 is a pre-authentication arbitrary file read vulnerability affecting Pulse Secure VPN appliances. A remote attacker can exploit this vulnerability to request arbitrary files from a VPN server. The vulnerability occurs because directory traversal is hard coded to be allowed if the path contains dana/html5/acc.

To set up your device for use with UTMB's Virtual Private Network (VPN), watch the video or follow the instructions below. UTMB's myVPN uses a third-party client called Pulse Secure to connect your device to the VPN, and adds an additional layer of security by requiring the use of Duo two-factor authentication.

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a secure way of connecting to a private network from a remote location via the Internet. The network supports client based VPN as well as dedicated or net-to-net VPN solutions. Client VPN. Client based VPN is a software based solution that allows individual devices to securely connect to network resources. Pulse Secure VPN - Installation Instructions To install and configure Pulse: Click on Downloads » Pulse Secure- Production . Find and download the Pulse Secure