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Security basics with IPTables

Published by SPK Blog Post
on February 16, 2012

When on the internet, there’s always concerns of security.   If you’re listening on some services but not others, you need to modify the Linux firewall to allow this.

Also, if there’s undesirable clients accessing ports and hacking,
IPTables is an effective way to keep them at bay.
Here’s a few basic IPTables command to get started:

Security Basics with iptables

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