How to get your own private server to look like a public server in an effort to make your website more secure
I have two server companies, and one of them has had an issue where its servers were becoming quite slow.
So they wanted to add some extra security to their websites, so they had their own private servers.
However, they had a server that was running Ubuntu.
Now, when you try to login to that Ubuntu server, you’re greeted by a warning about “security settings being set too high.”
I asked one of the admins about it, and he told me that they set up their Ubuntu server to be a “public server.”
However, he didn’t mention that the Ubuntu server itself was running on a private server.
It was a completely different environment.
In order to test this out, I went to Ubuntu’s official Ubuntu website.
I clicked on “Ubuntu Server Manager,” and I checked out the security settings.
The “security” tab said, “In order to keep your Ubuntu Server running, you can set the following settings.”
The “Security Settings” section of the Ubuntu Server Manager window.
When I checked that box, the message appeared: “Please ensure that you have set these settings correctly.”
So, I set the Ubuntu servers to have a private network and I started logging in to my own Ubuntu server.
The login screen was completely different.
It had a little more of a “security warning” icon next to my name.
I had to click on that warning icon to confirm that I was logged in.
Now I had a totally different Ubuntu server running on my own private IP address, and the Ubuntu client had to tell me that I had logged in correctly.
The next time I logged in to that private Ubuntu server it was a bit of a surprise.
After I logged into my Ubuntu server with a new username, I was greeted by the same warning message that I saw before.
Ubuntu had set my Ubuntu private server up to be running on Ubuntu, and it was now showing that Ubuntu’s private IP was pointing to my private Ubuntu private IP.
I was completely surprised.
It turned out that this Ubuntu server had a completely new private IP, with Ubuntu’s IP.
So, what did that mean for me?
I was really surprised when I got back to my office.
When my Ubuntu servers were being used on Ubuntu’s public server, the Ubuntu public IP was showing up as a local IP address on the network.
So if I tried to log in to Ubuntu on my private private Ubuntu computer, I would get a warning message saying that my Ubuntu Private IP address was showing as a remote IP address.
I’m not sure why Ubuntu would tell me my Ubuntu public computer was a public IP, but the Ubuntu private servers weren’t pointing to Ubuntu.
So when I logged on to a public Ubuntu server and logged into a private Ubuntu Server, my Ubuntu computer’s Ubuntu private ip address was pointing at my private IP IP address as my private public IP address for the entire internet.
It wasn’t until I looked into it further that I learned that the private Ubuntu servers on my Ubuntu network were not connected to Ubuntu servers.
The Ubuntu private Ubuntu machines were connecting to their Ubuntu public servers as a public Internet service, but they were still on their own separate networks.
So Ubuntu was running a private Linux server on its own private network, and when it was used on a public network, Ubuntu’s Ubuntu public server was still running Ubuntu’s own private Ubuntu public Linux server.
So while Ubuntu was using Ubuntu’s servers to host Ubuntu, it was still a private computer running Ubuntu on its private Ubuntu network.
And it wasn’t just a few users that were using Ubuntu on their private private private network.
I have a company that has two private Ubuntu Linux servers running on its corporate networks.
One of them is a private Internet service for their employees and the other is a public service for other people on the corporate network.
Both of those private Ubuntu Ubuntu Linux computers are running Ubuntu Private Server 1, and both of them are connected to their private Ubuntu Private Linux servers via an external private IP network.
However when I went into the Ubuntu Private server 1 Ubuntu Private Cloud service, there was a warning that Ubuntu Private Service is not available on the Ubuntu Public Cloud.
That was a big red flag for me, because I thought, “Hey, I should probably be on the private network that’s connected to the Ubuntu Cloud Service.”
So when the Ubuntu Customer Service team asked me to install Ubuntu Private on the public Ubuntu private Linux servers, I asked, “So I’m going to connect my Ubuntu Public Server to Ubuntu Private, and Ubuntu is going to start up on Ubuntu Private when it starts up?”
I asked if Ubuntu was really running on the same Ubuntu server as Ubuntu’s Cloud Service, and they told me no.
I asked again, “Is Ubuntu running on an Ubuntu Cloud Server, or is it running on something else?”
And the Ubuntu Technical Support team told me, “No