Questions tagged [whitelist]

A whitelist shows data that specifically is allowed. All other data (not on the whitelist) will be filtered out or ignored. A whitelist is the opposite of a blacklist. - Whitelist - only these things. - Blacklist - everything but these things.

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Is IP whitelisting safe enough for a HTTP Basic protected service available on the internet?

We are discussing about making available through the internet one of our microservices deployed on a public cloud on Kubernetes. This ms offers some sensitive information to the clients. This ...
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IP-whitelisting for DB access, does solution fit best practices?

All the data we have on our customers sits in our data-lake, which is hosted by one of our suppliers. Currently the security is such that a limited number of users has (limited) access to the database ...
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Could an attacker spoof a whitelisted IP to access the network?

There is a network that is protected with a firewall and only one IP is whitelisted. Assuming the attacker knows the whitelisted IP, what would prevent an attacker from sending traffic via a spoofed ...
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Finding all random IPs and ranges of Torguard VPN or any VPN service provider

I'm securing our networks and want to be able to whitelist all known Torguard VPN ip addresses for accessing my network. I read that I have to use the dig command, but I only get one result when I do. ...
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applocker script rules blocking diagnostic troubleshooter by default

My googling came up with nothing useful. I assume others must have ran into this too. If we start the Network Troubleshooter wizard it generates some temp ps1 files that are blocked silently to the ...
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When using Symantec security, is our IP address our own or shared, should we whitelist?

The company I work for uses Symantec security. When I am connected to the network (by cable) I can see that my IP address is registered to Symantec. My question is, do other companies that are also ...