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The same way you do it, assuming you use port forwarding. If you try to login to your raspberry from remote, maybe even with a false password, you should see a very similar line in auth.log. Of course, you will connect to your public IP address which is assigned to the external interface of the router. I assume that you established port forwarding in the ...


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You can use nmap for this, by targeting scanme.nmap.org using a full range of ports. nmap -Pn -p 1-65535 scanme.nmap.org More on this topic here: https://hackertarget.com/egress-firewall-test/ Since you are on OSX you can get nmap here: https://nmap.org/book/inst-macosx.html Be aware however, that this practice may violate policies on the LAN you are ...


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Well, They are filters that block specific types of (D)DOS attacks, so yes. They are by no means a panacea however, as there are many ways to DOS/DDOS a server, at the IP layer or higher. There are filters for several other forms of DOS attack here: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/linux-iptables-10-how-to-block-common-attack.html I recommend you look into ...



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