Net-filter as we all know it’s a firewall in Linux. Firewalld is a dynamic daemon to manage firewalls with support for network zones. In the earlier version, RHEL & CentOS 6 we have been using iptables as a daemon for packet filtering framework. In RHEL/CentOS 7/8 and Fedora iptables interface is being replaced by firewalld.
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Over time, the traditional username and password authentication has proven inadequate in providing robust security to applications and systems. Usernames and passwords can easily be cracked using a plethora of hacking tools, leaving your system vulnerable to breaches. For this reason, any company or entity that takes security seriously needs to implement 2-Factor authentication. Colloquially
SSH Key-based authentication (also known as public-key authentication) allows for password-less authentication and it is a more secure and a much better solution than password authentication. One major advantage of SSH password-less login, let alone security is that it allows for automation of various kinds of cross-server processes. Related Read: How to Secure and Harden
How can I allow traffic from a specific IP address in my private network or allow traffic from a specific private network through firewalld, to a specific port or service on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or CentOS server? In this short article, you will learn how to open a port for a specific
The primary Application we require to perform our internet activity is a browser, a web browser to be more perfect. Over the Internet, most of our’s activity is logged to the Server/Client machine which includes IP address, Geographical Location, search/activity trends and a whole lot of information which can potentially be very harmful if used
SSL (Secure Socket Layer), and its improved version, TLS (Transport Socket Layer), are security protocols that are used to secure web traffic sent from a client’s web browser to a web server. An SSL certificate is a digital certificate that creates a secure channel between a client’s browser and a web server. In so doing,