is the clientless ssl vpn more resistant to worms/viruses?
I have some people that want/need vpn access, but I don't really trust them to keep their home computers clean. I just configured clientless access so that I could access things from my windows 7 home computer, but I haven't done much reading on it yet. Since I'm not directly connected in the same way I would be with an ipsec vpn, I have a feeling it may be better from the worm perspective. I'm by no means an expert on VPN architecture or ASAs yet, however.