Does anybody have any information about LogMeIn's vulnerability? Googling reveals that there's nothing to worry about but I'm curious about SU's take on the matter.
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I have used LogMeIn Ignition and Central for a while now (way back when they were both in beta testing) and I think it is a wonderful tool to allow multiple users to gain access to computers from all over. Much less hassle than RDP, and you don't have to poke holes in your firewall for it. One could argue that because your not allowing Direct VPN or creating holes for RDP that LogMeIn is more secure that other remote access solutions.
From the LogMeIn Security Page
Layered Security Overview
I've used LogMeIn extensively and never noticed anything I would call "insecure." There are multiple (hopefully different) passwords required to access a remote machine. Everything is SSL encrypted. Heck even the entire website uses a 128 bit certificate.