Dangers Of Port Forwarding...Marketing Material?

Does anyone no of any marketing material or news articles outlining the dangers of port forwarding? We would like to provide this with our proposals to customers. Thanks.

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**** ********** *** *** tunnels *** *** ****** analogous. *** ** ** honest, ******* ** *** technology.

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*** ********, ***'** ******** seen **** ** **** mobile ***** ***** ******* up ***** (*****, ********, etc). ***'** ** ***** if *** **** ** use "**** *************" ******* of "**** ***** ****". Similar *******.

******* ******* ** ********* I've ******** ** ****** years ** ********* ***. See ***** ***** ******** @2:05.

***** ******** *** ***** was ** ***** **** is ****** * ** Gateway, ***** *** **** forward *** ***** ** SSL ***********, *** **** users ******* **** ******* are **** ** ******* into **** ******* ** Windows ******** ** **** (via ***). **** ** "reasonably" ****** ***** *** are ********** ******* **** port *** **** ** SSL **** (******* ** any ***** ***), *** still ***** **** **** multiple *************** ** *** RDP ******** **** **** allow ************ ****** **** with ***** ******** ********. So *** **** *** introducing ***** *** ******** where *** ** ****** need ** **** ******* and *** *********** ******** from ****** **** *** "outbound".

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**** ********** ** ****** is ****, ****** ****** arise **** *** ****** is ******* ** *** public ******** ******* **** forwarding. ***** ***** ******* devices **** *** ******** with ******** ********* *************** and **** ** ******* credentials **** *** ****** be ***********.

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*** ** **** ** you **** ******* ********* regarding ****, ** **** is * ************* ******* we ********* *** ******* partners.

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