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Meraki Z1: protection of corporate devices from personal devices

My company employees about 600-700 remote employees, each of whom is issued a corporate IP phone an a thin client compute endpoint. In our current deployment, both devices are configured (defaults ...
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Apache2 + Chroot + PHP global prepend

I have a Debian Wheezy server with PHP 5.4 and Apache 2.4 . I have following problem: User A has home dir /home/user_a with public directory /home/user_a/public_html User B has home dir ...
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Owncloud - Proxy changes certificate

I'm running an owncloud server 7.0.2 with apache(Ubuntu host) and configured it to use a self-signed ssl certificate. Everything works fine on my home-PC On an other machine I would like to use the ...
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Do blocking input ports increases security?

1-Do blocking unused input ports in firewall increases system security? How? (as there is no daemon listening on those ports anyway) 2-Do dropping those unused ports will positively or negatively ...
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PCI Failure due to HTTP Reverse Proxy Detection

We use Security Metrics for our PCI compliance scans. Haven't had any issues in the past but our most recent scan said we failed due to "HTTP Reverse Proxy Detection". I'm guessing this has to do with ...
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Intermittent SSH problems with a specific server from a specific Wifi router

I've been ssh'ing into a specific server from my home office via Wifi and Time Warner Cable internet for years with no problem. In recent months, I started having problems, where I'd be unable to ...
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Restrict Access from certain machines to my Web Application in LAN [closed]

I am trying to deploy a Local Network web application, which should not necessitate a client login. The requirement is to block certain machines, (not users, just a few computers, the application ...
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Mysterious http Lp requests found in log

I've noticed the following in my access log: Oct 28 20:01:55 vm1295 nginx: [] 89.109.42.242 400 "Lp" "-" Oct 28 20:58:41 vm1295 nginx: [] 82.208.124.184 400 "Lp" "-" Oct 28 21:14:05 vm1295 nginx: [] ...
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encryption of fiber communications [closed]

We have to connect one site to another using leased fiber ( theoretically it's a dark one ) in order to replace a radio link. All servers are in one site. Both location now have Gigabit networks. Can ...
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How are files being added to site as apache, when site is running as FastCGI?

I have a web server that is running many different sites (standard vhosts setup, most sites are Joomla based, a few wordpress and other non-CMS sites) in a Parallels Automation 11.5 environment. The ...
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Securing Webserver and Database

I need to secure an internal web server and sql db, that is going to be made public(www) At this stage im only looking to provide a reasonable amount of security($$) until it gets bigger at which ...
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Least-Privilege BUILTIN\Administrator Failure Configuring Application Control Policies with AppLocker

I asked this question over at SuperUser to no avail a while ago, before realizing that serverfault may be a better option. I'm configuring execution control on a computer running Windows 7 SP1 ...
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Does DB2 accept SSL3 connections?

Does DB2 allow connection through Secure Sockets Layer version 3 (SSL3)? To be more exact, will a program using SSL3 connection get an access to DB2? or will it fail? If it does accept it, is there ...
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Safety of sshpass and SFTP to dynamic host

I have a server with dedicated IP address A and a server with dynamic IP address B (routing via no-ip.org). A uploads a backup to B via sshpass: export SSHPASS=*** sshpass -e sftp **@** << ! ...
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Create a persistent mapping for a apppool identity

Can I create a persistent mapping for a apppool identity? For instance the IIS website "www.example.net" should access "\10.10.10.222\shared$" through F: My Website is MVC(5) so I think the ...
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How do I block all requests by default in vhost configuration?

I am setting up a site using standard apache vhost but I have multiple domains pointed at the server. I know the first vhost catches all the other names even if they are not listed under the vhost. ...
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Check my own servers for vulnerabilities [closed]

We are a small early stage startup with not so much money to spend. We have less than 3 servers that we want to monitor for security issues. Our website is essentially on one server having: Ubuntu ...
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Enabling cipher TLS_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA (0xa) on Windows Server 2003+ISA 2006

I have been given a task to disable all "weak" ciphers/protocols on our very old ISA server based on Windows Server 2003. I have disabled all protocols but TLS1.0, and all ciphers but RC2/128, RC4/128 ...
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How can I know where and how a security group is triggering a logon script for some users?

The organization I work for has implemented application access and scripts via Security Groups. This is, if a person needs to access some applications or have a script run when he logs on, we add ...
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Can I block inbound traffic from a certain ISP

The problem My server keeps getting DDoS attacks from IP's belonging to Ecatel in The Netherlands. I wrote them a month ago and still haven't heard anything, and keep blocking individual IP addresses ...
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Google Authenticator - generate new set of emergency codes

I use Google Authenticator on my SSH servers with Andoid app for generating codes. After I run $ google-authenticator application create set of emergyncy keys: ...
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verify enabled protocols on HTTPS for POODLE vulnerabilty CVE-2014-3566

after recent POODLE vulnerability I am going around and checking all my servers are configured correctly. Configuration is usually easy, almost all services have a way to set which protocols are ...
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POODLE: SSLv3 vulnerability (CVE-2014-3566) with Apache24 on FreeBSD-9.2

I'm using FreeBSD 9.2-RELEASE-p5 with apache24-2.4.10_2 package. According to CVE-2014-3566 (POODLE), I went ahead and disabled SSLProtocol -SSLv3 following by restart of apache24 service, yet after ...
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Apache HTTP server STIG rule

I am new to setting up Apache HTTP and have to STIG the Apache HTTP 2.2 I have running. (http://iase.disa.mil/stigs/app-security/web-servers/Pages/index.aspx). For one of the rules it says the ...
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How can I check if my server is using ssl 3? [duplicate]

How can I check if my server is using ssl 3? When I run openssl version command I get this. OpenSSL 1.0.1 14 Mar 2012 Thanks.
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How can I tell if my website is vulnerable to CVE-2014-3566 (POODLE)?

Google announced a vulnerability in the SSLv3 protocol that ... allows the plaintext of secure connections to be calculated by a network attacker. This vulnerability has been given the ...
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Powershell script for specifically OU

Need help with hte following, a script that can export all members of a specifically OU with in that multiple security groups. Location of the OU is; OU=Security Groups,OU=Public ...
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Diagnosing heavy bandwidth usage

I run a couple of IIS web servers, one on win server 2008 R2, the other on 2003. Both fully patched and up to date, with AV. Running on a No NAT connection with 8 WAN IP's The 2003 machine seems to ...
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do automatic updates (unattended-upgrades) still work with third party repository?

If I install nginx from the nginx repository by appending the following to the end of the /etc/apt/sources.list file: deb http://nginx.org/packages/mainline/debian/ trusty nginx deb-src ...
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SSH Failed password login - log password

today I checked the log of my sshd and I have discovered tons of lines like :Oct 12 Oct 12 12:31:34 my_user sshd[15324]: Failed password for invalid user admin from 104.194.25.135 port 2683 ssh2 ...
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where should the site root directory be? [closed]

Where should I put my site root directory "my_site"? Any best practice? /var/www/my_site/ /var/local/sites/my_site/ /usr/share/wwww/my_site/ /usr/local/my_site/ /opt/my_site/ /srv/my_site/
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how to run a web app: users/groups to use for each component?

How do you organize your users/groups to run the different components of your web app? Any best practices? The answer of this question (What permissions should my website files/folders have on a ...
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Secure SSH access [duplicate]

I am making a website and I am using a droplet made in digital ocean as my dev server. (No stg or prd yet) The problem is that I am using Dynamic IP and if I blocked access on port 22 to my current ...
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W2K8R2 - A way to convert effecitve Group Policy settings to import on stand-alone machines for local policy?

If I have a relatively robust domain environment (e.g. 20 Security related Group Policy Objects) applying to my servers as a baseline set of policy settings and I have a stand-alone server that I want ...
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OpenBSD chroot for nginx/Apache file permissions

I haven't been able to find a satisfying answer on Goole or the various Stack forums: I noticed that files under /var/www (where nginx and I believe Apache are chrooted by default) have permissions ...
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Check Unix Credentials on Apache Server Web App

I am building a number of web apps served by apache for internal use and I really want to have them use unix credentials for access. I know a few ways I could do this but all of them seems to expose ...
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Ways to follow newly discovered vulnerabilities?

I happened to be in a situation where I am in charge for 100+ systems on top of my job as a programmer. Everything we run is Linux (Debian, Ubuntu, Centos) and gladly our sysadmin set everything with ...
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Local port access blocked by iptables

Although experienced with Linux, I'm new to iptables, having set it up following a Rackspace virtual server setup guide. Using port scans and checking remote access to required ports, I can see all ...
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Http 1.1 protocol detected

I have a CentOS server and we had a Retina security scan. I have no idea how to fix this vulnerability. Can you point me in the right direction? We are running nginx.
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Submit a certificate request file from a non domain computer. How to figure out policy server parameters

I'm trying to submit a certificate request. I'm trying to do it from command line so I can run it from code. Previously I have done it by using the Microsoft Active Directory Certificate Services for ...
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Audit policy applied, then removed after each gpupdate

This question addresses my issue, however the solution isn't solving it on all my workstations. One of my workstations turned off auditing this morning magically on its own. Each time I run a gpupdate ...
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How is a private data center more secure than a public cloud?

I have customers in the financial services industry that insist that a SaaS hosted on public clouds like Amazon's are not as secure as colocation in a private data center. However, I can't find ...
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Security risks of using Google DNS to resolve names on a private net (192.168.x.x)?

Are there any known risks associated with using a public DNS versus a DNS which we or our partners control? Our solution involves a few embedded devices so using Google DNS would give us a degree of ...
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How do I know how the hacker gained access to my machine? [duplicate]

I own a dedicated machine and today I got an email from my host saying that my server will be blocked if I don't stop abusing the network. I am not a spammer or hacker. Someone was using my machine to ...
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IIS 8.5 Securing FTP [closed]

I have a IIS installation on Windows Server 2012 R2. I need to provide FTP access to a website. Its only one person. The easiest way to make it secure is to make an ip-restriction and only ...
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Should a NAT host be separate from a Bastion host

Have a private network with servers that required SSH access. Since the instances are in a private subnet, they cannot be accessed directly via SSH and require a public Bastion host to access. ...
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“File not found” from bash script executed by Apache (CentOS)

I have a bash script that sets up a classpath for accessing a series of JARs (it's tf, the cross-platform, command line tool for Team Foundation Server). The file structure is something like: ...
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how should I configure selinux when running nginx inside docker

There's a good article in docker's documentation about security with docker : https://docs.docker.com/articles/security/ However, it's not very clear to me how root-priviledged processes in the ...
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Failed logons not being audited Server 2008r2

We recently configured advanced auditing on our Windows Server 2008 R2 domain and now the domain controller is not displaying failed user login attempts. There are some 4625 login failures, but none ...
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Is PHP 5.3.3 on RHEL 6.5 receiving security fixes?

I notice that the latest PHP available on RHEL 6.5 is PHP 5.3.3. See Distrowatch and also my own check: $ php -v PHP 5.3.3 (cli) (built: Jul 15 2014 08:48:08) However, the PHP website claims that ...