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I set up a Gnu/Linux VirtualBox, and I configured networking to support both NAT and bridged connections, in order to ssh to it remotely from a different PC in my network.

Since an IP was assigned to my bridged connection, that I use to connect to the guest OS, is there a way for anyone outside my local network to connect to it as well?

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Any network traffic that can reach your physical network adapter can potentially reach the VM. That is the point of a vbox bridged network.

Ask yourself, "is there a way for anyone outside my local network to connect to my host system?" The answer to your posted question is the same as the answer to this one I have posed.

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