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Are country IP address blocks officially standardised and can they be reliably used for access control?

Blocks allocated by an certain RIR (Regional Internet Registry), e.g. ARIN, while being allocated to a North American entity can end up being used in another country, it can e.g. happen for an ...
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Are country IP address blocks officially standardised and can they be reliably used for access control?

I don't know if you can determine if an IP address is used in a given country simply by looking at its prefix. However, ISPs generally sell the geolocation of their IP addresses and there are ...
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Blocking ipv6 packets with firewall, if using an ipv4 router

As mentioned by others, the fact that the router is IPv4 could change (with a software upgrade, new router, etc.). So a complete firewall needs both, IPv4 and IPv6. One thing that you cannot do is ...
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Are there security implications of allowing Discord through Windows Firewall?

Discord could be considered a trusted application dependant on its purpose. One major concern I would say Discord opens up is the ability to carry out file transfer which may introduce malicious data ...
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I am still receiving ssh-bruteforce on my VPS

I don't think your configuration is working as you think it should. It is always strongly advised to test your setup from a non-whitelisted IP address. Your output says: services: dhcpv6-client ssh ...
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