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security – nginx only allows Encryption in ports 80 + 443

I want to configure a nginx reverse proxy behind a NAT. It will project multiple internal servers to the outside world. ALL services will run on a non-standard port (that is, not 80 or 443). nginx will also perform HTTPS encryption for internal servers that use HTTP. For that I want to use Let's Encrypt with certbot. Therefore, I need to allow connections on ports 80 + 433 to nginx.

Is there any way to block any access to these ports other than when certbot renews the certificates? As stated earlier, these ports are not used for anything else.

keyloggers – Are mechanical keyboards a security risk (in your network)?

I bought my first mechanical keyboard (Razer Black Widow Elite) and quickly noticed that the entire keyboard configuration MUST be done using the manufacturer's web application in the cloud. There was no separate software for the keyboard configuration.

It may be from the old school, but I do not expect my keyboard to be too smart. My main reason for the purchase was the mechanical feel of the keyboard, but not how smart the keyboard is. My biggest challenge is the fact that the main manufacturers do not offer us any alternative that allows us to make changes in the keyboard configuration.

You could use the keyboard without the cloud with the basic Windows driver and without configurations, but how could you trust that there is no software hidden and hidden on a keyboard like this because they are becoming very smart and therefore can be more prone to being hacked. All I want is a secure mechanical keyboard without connection to the manufacturer. Is that possible these days?

Coins – Cryptocurrency collateral security box service?

There are N participants who have agreed to some contract compliance that can not be reliably verified by a third party.

To ensure that all participants comply with the contract, each participant is required to place a certain amount of collateral cryptocurrency in a trusted public "safe".

A participant sends a confirmation request to the "safe deposit box" service if he believes the contract has been fulfilled. If all participants do, all collateral assets are returned to all participants, otherwise, they remain in the "safe" forever.

Is there such a "safe deposit" service?

security – Possibility of a DDoS attack

Theoretically, this is not a mechanism of any type of attack, but it is about the "lost" coins. Perhaps. It's just for an educational experiment.

What happens if someone has the ability to send transactions to the memory pool of each node? It also has the ability to send TCP packets from some list of Internet protocol addresses (65533 IP against 9686 nodes, for example).

You sent transactions, but R and S in your signature are not formed in the way they can be formed by the true owner of the private key. Each node must obtain an unsigned TX hash, and then verify that it is Sig to confirm the expense of the output amount. It will take a little time.

Is a DDoS attack theoretically possible for [any]network of coins? Each node needs to verify the signature and it takes some time. As long as the attacker has the full set of UTXO locally in his [XXXX] IPs of the machine.

Or does IPv6 double this "problem"? Or what does "bitcoin full-node" really mean?

security – Is the NetCat command dangerous?

I'm a server-side developer and I used to invoke the North Carolina command to check if a remote port is open.

Suddenly, the security guy banned the command and as soon as I use the North Carolina order my accessibility to the EC instance be lost.

They are saying

Use telnet.

My questions are

  • Is the North Carolina dangerous command?
  • Do you have a security hole?
  • Can you use some functionality in some dangerous way?

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security – Securing Admin in a separate port

I am trying to secure the administration pages (/ admin / *) and the login page (/ user / login) to port 8443. I have done this successfully with the following in apache 2.4:


    
    
    
    ServerName example.com:443
ServerAlias ​​drupal
DocumentRoot "/opt/rh/httpd24/root/var/www/html/example.com/current"
    
            Require everything denied
    



    
    
    
    ServerName example.com:8443
ServerAlias ​​drupal
DocumentRoot "/opt/rh/httpd24/root/var/www/html/example.com/current"

The problem I have is when I go to https://www.example.com:8443/user/login and login, I am redirected to http://www.example.com:8443/user/1.

This creates an error 400 – Incorrect request. Trying to serve http content through an SSL port.

How do I tell drupal to stay on the https protocol and stay on port 8443?

security: scanning error of "The following CGI are not protected by a random token"

An analysis executed on my website Dev Drupal 7 shows the following error:

The following CGIs are not protected by a random token:
/ contact-ocr
/ civ-rts-coordinators

The content of these 2 URLs is generated by a view whose content is modified by the associated tpl.php files.

How can I make sure that a random token is generated for these pages?

Once a random token is generated, how can I confirm the random token generation when I see the source of the pages?

Magento2 Security: How to better filter the GET parameters before they reach Magento?

I want to increase the security of one of our Magento2 installations by filtering the GET parameters. It seems that, according to our WAF, we often try to exploit the "filter" parameters; for example:

/sweets/candies/natural-flavours.html?product_filter_tryout=1133%25%27%20UNION%20ALL%20SELECT%20NULL%2CNULL%23

This happens, it does not matter if the filters are used on the website or not. Therefore I want to block all requests to ? product_filter_tryout *, or better white list all parameters actually used on the site (such as ? p = * etc.). How I can get this?