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Bastion? We don’t need no stinkin’ bastion

Bastion? We don’t need no stinkin’ bastion

A bastion server, also known as a jump box, is a hardened server placed in a public subnet or DMZ to allow administrators to access other servers on the network remotely. Thanks to features introduced by Amazon Web Services (AWS), we no longer need bastion servers in...

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Good Times With VirtualBox Networking

Good Times With VirtualBox Networking

  Image Source: Oracle TL;DR version: if you run multiple VirtualBox VMs on the same desktop, setup 3 network interfaces on each such VM (one NAT, one internal, one bridged). Now for the long, more entertaining (hopefully!) version: Recently I switched from...

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Setting Up a Virtual Environment

It wasn't that long ago when a development environment required multiple physical computers to perform tasks from the mundane to the most sophisticated. While the virtualization of these environments became more adopted, software vendors introduced new products and...

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