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Port knocking through NAT for self-hosted server

Exposing port 22 is not such a big deal if you are going to use Fail2ban. An attacker only has a limited number of attempts until their IP address gets blocked. And brute forcing for passwords is not ...
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How to learn to secure Web Applications?

I am currently learning the opposite - how to attack. But I am also learning full stack web development to help me understand how these things are built so I can better learn how to attack them. I don'...
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Do I need to study how to find security flaws in order to harden my Linux server?

As Schroeder says in a comment, the reports should have remediation steps so you can fix the vulnerability. However, as a server admin, programmer and also penetration tester, I have found that ...
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