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18-June-2009, 13:52

jarjartv your dns is working again as it was reg to us bg
but now you are trying to log in from your ip?
i have removed lines please advise?

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18-June-2009, 17:19

It's always best to run an offshore IP with Firewall and Intrusion detection for a good frequented CCcam-Server. It's hard to setup, though.

This pink view in CCcamPHPInfo is somewhat misleading, as it could certainly be true to use a cline at home and give f lines from a server. Or am I wrong here?
Or have a multi-homed server.

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19-June-2009, 05:49

Hey all,

Some common pointers to keep your box secure from remote exploits:

- A good firewall is everything. Close all ports to incoming traffic from everywhere by default and then only open what is really needed, if possible only to the IP-addresses that need the service.

- If you need to have some services open to the outside, take care that they are configured securely. In case the services are password-protected, use strong passwords. If you don't fully understand what you are doing, get help or read up on it.

- Antivirus-software will help against some backdoors and trojans. Especially if you're running Windows, you're going to need it.

- Be careful with what you run on your box, especially if it originated from questionable sources.

- Only install the servers and services that you really need and disable the rest. Same goes for any software, but servers are usually used as the initial point of entry. Only do a base-install and install the rest on an as-needed basis. The more unused clutter, the higher the chance that something in there contains exploitable holes. Besides, it's just a waste of resources.

- Update, update, update. Check for updates at least once a week.

- Keep an eye out for suspicious activity.

Debian or Ubuntu are IMHO nice and secure Linux-distros to start with, which are also well-maintained and supported.

There's much, much more to it. As for so many things Linux, the Linux Documentation Project's HOWTOs are an excellent starting-point.

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