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Re: live monitoring TCP sessions (how to secure NTOP console)
From: Brent Gardner <brent.gardner () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2007 09:57:05 -0700

sfmailsbm () gmail com wrote:
Talking about NTOP, this tool does not provide an easy way to control access to the console

Access is open to everyone (who knows where and how its installed)

Has someone been able to secure access to NTOP's console?

Thanks to all

Use stunnel with verify=3 (only allows known client certs to connect) to redirect the traffic over an encrypted port. Distribute client certs to those who need access to the NTOP console. Use firewall rules on the NTOP box to block traffic to the unencrypted NTOP port except from

Brent Gardner

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