dbrain at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 12:28:24 EDT 2007
Or just RNAT it - however if you don't trust your webadmin..it might
just be time to look for a new webadmin. The security exposure
increases significantly once someone has a login to the box, the
number of vulnerabilities that are 'local privilege escalation' are
considerably higher than the 'remote exploits'.
On 8/21/07, Patrick Brewer <patwbrewer at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Well if you don't trust your webadmin, and you want the convenience of port 80, you could set up a simple apache server on port 80 that just proxies traffic to a second apache server that doesn't run as root on something like 8080 and give your webadmin control over the second non-root server. Makes things more complicated, but secure.
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