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Yes, this is possible, even with arp_filter set to 0. Server listening: # nc -nlvu -s 192.168.250.1 -p 123 listening on [192.168.250.1] 123 ... Connection from Client 1 - Client 1 is set to route all traffic via server, so it does not need any ARP response for eth1: # ncat -nvu 192.168.250.1 123 Ncat: Version 7.01 ( https://nmap.org/ncat ) Ncat: ...


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There is a very extensive article at Wikipedia and it does not make sense to reiterate everything here. But to give you some highlights: It replaces OpenSSL on OpenBSD, OS X since 10.11 and on some other systems. It started with throwing away lots of stuff which was considered useless for the target platforms or insecure by design and it also added some ...


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Depends on the capabilities of your firewall, really, but first: stop doing anything that involves being logged in on port 80! If your CMS asks for username and password, and you're running over HTTP (as would be standard for port 80), your username and password would be sent in clear text between your local machine and your server. Once you're running over ...


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This is a compile-time option, not a run-time option. If you run ./configure --help on the cryptsetup source code, it'll reveal that --with-crypto_backend=openssl will do what you want.


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It ultimately depends on what you mean by "being monitored". Here is a list of checks that you may need to make: - Does the workstation respect its logging / policy configuration? Normally you should be able to trust that this is the case, i.e. that it raises the events that you expect given the configuration. There might be surprises in store though: I ...



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