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July 01, 2011, 04:34:08 PM
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Hi,
Do I need to do any work to make my rig secure? Currently it's behind a nat router with private address' in my home network.

I also want to display machine data using something like this http://ox.westgrid.ca/temps/

Where should I set up the webserver and what's the best way to get data to it?

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July 01, 2011, 06:10:44 PM
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As long as you aren't opening any ports in your firewall for it you should mostly be good to go.  However, I would definitely as least recommend changing the password for the "user" account from "live" to something that's actually secure.  Other than that -- well, it is Debian GNU/Linux, which isn't exactly a security lightweight (it's not going to have the same vulnerabilities as, say, running an unpatched version of Windows XP).
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If you are worried about security, just install full ubuntu desktop, set ssh and mine with it. There is bunch of software you could use to monitor it and make charts.
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