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Reverse SSH Tunneling Between Two Linux Hosts

< 1 min read Reverse SSH tunneling allows you to access a host by traversing a firewall / nat router by creating an outbound session from the obfuscated machine.   SSH is a very useful and powerful tool when comes time to access a remote machine or server securely. If you have a machine behind a firewall or NAT router – we can use this method to create a tunnel to a remote server;  from which you can ssh to a port on the remote server to access a local shell session on the server behind the network obstruction. Install AutoSSH with the following: sudo apt install autossh AutoSSH…

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Enable SSH session recording in CentOS 8

2 min read CentOS 8 has been released and it includes some really amazing features. One feature that many security admins will greatly appreciate is session recording. With this feature, CentOS will record any/all SSH sessions, which includes all of the user activity that occurs during the session. Once recorded, videos of these sessions can be played back by any admin with a Cockpit login. What you’ll need To make this work, you’ll need the following: A running instance of CentOS 8 A running instance of Cockpit A user with sudo privileges How to enable Cockpit In order to enable Cockpit, log onto…

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Kubernetes With Kubeadm on CentOS 7

4 min read Overview This article is meant to help you get a Kubernetes cluster up and running with kubeadm in no time. This guide will be deploying two servers, one master and one worker, however you can deploy as many servers as you would like. What is kubeadm? Kubeadm is a tool developed by Kubernetes which allows you to get a minimum viable cluster up and running by following best practices. It will only bootstrap your cluster, not provision machines. Things such as addons, the Kubernetes dashboard, monitoring solutions and so on are not something kubeadm will do for you. Prerequisites There…