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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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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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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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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 ...