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Ubuntu Apache IP based access restriction

My server has been infiltrated by an outsider using my root user qualifications. With the root password changed, I'm trying to find extra strategies for securing the server. Using the ...
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Right way to configure Nginx filtering with ProxyPass

I am using Nginx to proxy pass to my wsgi app served with Circus. I want to allow the traffic to that app for some urls of the app only for some IP address. For now it look like this: server { ...
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Can /etc/hosts.deny/allow be overridden?

I have security measures put in place to keep unwanted users out of my server. I've changed the SSH port, disabled root login, have a software firewall to block portscans, and have entries in ...
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What services does hosts.allow NOT affect?

I know that hosts.allow and host.deny only affect things that are tcpwrappered, but what does this mean in practice? It seems that most people use hosts.allow to handle ssh and nfs blocking, but what ...
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Linux: hosts.allow, hosts.deny - how do I allow all except hosts mentioned in hosts.deny

How do I configure hosts.allow and hosts.deny to allow all connections from all hosts except for some hosts/ports specified in hosts.deny? This is what I have now in these files: hosts.allow: ...
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Accessing IP restricted server from dynamic IP

Our servers (all CentOS) are all restricted by IP but often i am out and about and stuck on a dynamic IP address. Using a DynDNS widget I have set this dynamic IP to always sync with a DynDNS hostname ...
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What exactly is handling hosts.allow and hosts.deny?

On a Linux machine, there is hosts.allow and hosts.deny to either allow or deny certain hosts to access services running on the machine. The question is, what exactly is taking care of allowing or ...