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How do you set up Squid Proxy behind DHCP router?

I installed Squid on my RPi-3 for use behind a DHCP router. However, the pi will not route traffic back and forth between my computer because my router's DHCP settings. I don't want to give my router ...
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Why is /boot/config.txt executable?

FYI, I installed the R-PI minimal image with dd myself onto an sd card I was messing with the boot config when I realized that this file was set as executable. Looking at the config, I don't see why ...
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wpa_supplicant.conf in raspberry pi 3

In order to have my raspberry pi access using ssh (on wifi) i Created a wpa_supplicant.conf file with necessary details Created an empty file 'ssh' My question was around security. Is it secure to ...
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What encryption to choose for secure directory on USB Storage? [closed]

I need to choose encryption tool to secure my USB stored files, and I'm stuck with tools like VeraCrypt, ecryptfs or dm-crypt. The task is to encrypt folder or virtual disk that could be mounted as ...
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Entrusted Certificates installation

I have a very noob problem with my Raspberry Pi 3b (all updated to latest stable version available). I want to use it to automate some scripts I've written in R that run smoothly on my Win10 machine ...
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How to port knock RealVnc?

I have been having some trouble with port knocking my VNC, as when I nmap my rpi, the vnc ports are still open, here is my config file (excuse the lame sequence, I haven't fully set it up yet) : [...
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How do I protect a port that I need to open for my VPN server?

I used the program pivpn to build my vpn server on a raspberry pi 3. When the build was completed, I forwarded the correct port in my router to my raspberry pi. Now I used one of the web programs on ...
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Running a small HTLM5 website on a RPi3B when it has no fixed IP [closed]

I'm planning on making my first web-server. My plan is to use a RPi3B (or RPi3A if it comes without wifi and bluetooth, but with ethernet) for it. But because I'm new to web-servers I've a couple of ...
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No SSH (Connection refused) using raspbian with pixel [duplicate]

Recently I updated my Raspbian image from a very old image to new Raspbian with PIXEL. On old image I had a lot of trash so I just dd'd a new SD card and inserted it to the rpi- I use Raspberry Pi 3. ...
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Requirements to build a poisontap

I'm new to single board computing and to hardware. I've found PoisonTap to be an interesting project, tough I've got no idea where to start. What would be a list of concepts I'd need to know in order ...
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Kali+Ubuntu+Parrot Security Armhf Image's on same multiboot SD card howto?

Ive installed a bunch of Armhf linux distros to the PI 3 and with allot of success. However i cannot find a good tutorial on installing them all on one SD Card. Im not talking about the preloaded OS'...
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Prevent strangers from logging into Raspberry Pi

I'm connecting a button that user can click to restart the Raspberry Pi if he faced any problems, because of this I don't want the Raspberry Pi to ask for user name and password on every boot or ...
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SELinux on Raspberry Pi 3 running CentOS 7

Issue I'm running CentOS 7 on a Raspberry Pi 3 (image here: http://buildlogs.centos.org/centos/7/isos/armhfp/CentOS-Userland-7-armv7hl-Minimal-1602-RaspberryPi3.img.xz). I'm attempting to enable ...
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Air-gapping the Raspberry Pi 3

One thing I love about my Raspberry Pi 2 is that I can use them as tiny air-gapped devices (I know I could use the Zero too: but they're not as powerful and kinda hard to find). I'm using one to run ...