Episode 1201 – When You Expose Servers Online, Pay Attention To All The Ports As Well

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Exposing services to the open Internet is a necessity if you have an Internet business. However, there are components of a service/server that you don’t want open. This episode talks about how benign ports/protocols that are unused but open can lead to an attack.

Source – https://www.shadowserver.org/news/the-scannings-will-continue-until-the-internet-improves/

API Report – https://www.shadowserver.org/what-we-do/network-reporting/accessible-kubernetes-api-server-report/

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