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Set port knocking with knockd and iptables

This document describes a stealth method to externally open ports that, by default, are kept closed by the firewall. Server side 1. Install knockd 2. Configure knockd Notes: sequence – the sequence required to open desired port seq_timeout – time to wait for a sequence to complete Start_Command – command to be executed when a … Continue reading Set port knocking with knockd and iptables

Use Your Raspberry Pi as Access Point

This post describes all required steps to make your Raspberry Pi to act as a Access Point. Prerequisites: A Raspberry Pi, model B. A boot SD card for the Raspberry Pi. A USB WiFi device that supports “Access Point” mode. An Ethernet cable to connect to the local network. IMPORTANT NOTES: Please make sure you … Continue reading Use Your Raspberry Pi as Access Point