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Tunneling specific webserver port on localhost using SSH

It is possible allow website surfing running on a specific port (10000) only accessing it trough SSH tunnel? Real case: Apache is running on port 80 for http and 443 for https, anyone can surf all ...
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Cannot access webmin remotely even when the firewall stopped

I have webmin running on centos on port 307, I can access it locally and I verified it by trying wget localhost:307 However, I cannot it access it remotely, I have even tried to disable the ...
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Blocking an IP in Webmin

I've been checking my /var/log/secure log recently and have seen the same bot trying to brute force onto my Centos server running webmin. I created a chain + rule in Networking -> Linux Firewall: ...
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Development Server Blocked Only from Home

Recently I've been having an issue with my CentOS 6 test server running Apache and Webmin running on port 10000 where when I try accessing any part of the server - SSH/FTP and even my domains (I have ...
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Configuring linux server firewall to allow access from a certain range of IP addresses

I'm new to linux server. I'm currently trying to get an Ubuntu 10.10 server up and running for the first time and I'm using Webmin for administration. I'm stuck on the setting up the firewall. What I ...
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configuring linux server firewall to allow access on a certain range of IP addresses

I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this but I'm currently trying to get an Ubuntu 10.10 server up and running for the first time and I'm using Webmin for administration. I'm stuck on the ...