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Managing and using network connectivity on a unix system

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This would be security through obscurity. Apparently there are ways for a client to override their IP, and while you might be able to security in theory, there are a lot of moving parts. Here's a pos …
answered Sep 19 by Pedro
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Reaching Internal Interface, No Routing By default Linux will respond to any of its IPs on any interface, it will even respond to ARP requests on the "wrong" interface. This is super insecure, so most …
answered Feb 11 '18 by Pedro