Question about Symantec Gateway Security 1600 Firewall
This is a very bad idea from a security standpoint.
By poking a hole in your firewall you are going to allow a lot more than parents to access the student's data. Once you do that I know that I could access every single computer on the internal network. Trust me, I work in IT security.
I am sure if you tell the parents that accessing the reports will endanger their children they will re-evaluate there needs.
Find a dedicated IT security professional and work with them to find a safe way for parents to get this data. For example, an automated email list that will send reports to parents is a much safer solution. Another method is to utilize a DMZ.
I am sorry to be the one to say this it but if you are coming to FixYa.com for security solutions you are way out of your league.
If I found a hole like this in my kid's school network I would sue the school!
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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