I have a server running Ubuntu 10.04LTS (I know it is too old), which over the last couple of weeks has on occasion been unresponsive to network traffic, and needed a hard reset first thing in the ...
Basically I want to protect a Ubuntu server with a firewall and sided for ufw. The big problem is that I don't have physical access to the server, neither is it possible to force a reboot or revert to ...
For PSAD to work, I need to add the following iptables rules and enable packet logging : iptables -A INPUT -j LOG iptables -A FORWARD -j LOG ip6tables -A INPUT -j LOG ip6tables -A FORWARD -j LOG I ...
UFW's man page mentions that it can setup iptables rate limiting for me: ufw supports connection rate limiting, which is useful for protecting against brute-force login attacks. ufw ...
I'm sure I'm doing something wrong. I'm expecting my current rules of "denying all incoming/outgoing" to cripple anything network related, but it's not. First, I did: sudo ufw default deny incoming ...
I'm wanting to get my firewall on my new webserver to be as secure as it needs to be. After I did research for iptables, I came across UFW (Uncomplicated FireWall). This looks like a better way for me ...