This guide will walk you through the steps for setting up a firewall using iptables in Ubuntu 16.04. We’ll show you some common commands for manipulating the firewall, and teach you how to create your own rules.
Have you ever logged into your server and seen a message like this?
Last failed login: Fri Dec 28 11:37:02 MST 2018 from 192.168.0.102 on ssh:notty
There were 942 failed login attempts since the last successful login.
Last login: Mon Dec 24 13:35:57 2018 from 192.168.0.101
What happened here?
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What is ownCloud?
Have you ever used an online collaboration tool or shared files with a co-worker, family member, or friend? You might have used email to send those files, or an online editor to work on a spreadsheet or text document at the same time.
But have you considered the security behind these platforms? Who is safeguarding your data, and who else might have access to it? How can you be certain that content is properly encrypted so that only the intended recipients see it, away from the prying eyes of disgruntled employees, rogue agents, third party data miners, or government agencies? Many people want a certain level of control over exactly who is able to see their sensitive data, and this is where ownCloud comes into play.
- These instructions are intended specifically for setting up POP3/IMAP email on an iPhone or iPad running iOS 9.
- If these instructions don’t quite work for you, check-out our tutorial How to Set up Any Email Client.