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Old 27th January 2019
thefronny thefronny is offline
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Default httpd in a vm on a firewall

I currently have httpd running on my firewall. I've been able to get a vm running on that machine (it wasn't that hard at all, I found a good tutorial) and am wondering if there's any security benefits to having httpd running in a vm rather than natively on the firewall machine. Am guessing the firewall is not a good place to begin with.

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