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How To Set Up a Firewall Using FirewallD on CentOS 7

The majority of this definition is actually metadata. You will want to change the short name for the service within the tags. This is a human-readable name for your service. You should also add a description so that you have more information if you ever need to audit the service. The only configuration you need to make that actually affects the functionality of the service will likely be the port definition where you identify the port number and protocol you wish to open. This can be specified multiple times.
For our “example” service, imagine that we need to open up port 7777 for TCP and 8888 for UDP. By entering INSERT mode by pressing i , we can modify the existing data center in moldova definition with something like this:
/etc/firewalld/services/example.xml
  Example Service This is just an example service. It probably shouldn't be used on a real system.    
Press ESC , then enter :x to save and close the file.
Reload your firewall to get access to your new service:
sudo firewall-cmd --reload 
You can see that it is now among the list of available services:
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You can now use this service in your zones as you normally would.

Creating Your Own Zones

While the predefined zones will probably be more than enough for most users, it can be helpful to define your own zones that are more descriptive of their function server management in romania.
For instance, you might want to create a zone for your web server, called “publicweb”. However, you might want to have another zone configured for the DNS service you provide on your private network. You might want a zone called “privateDNS” for that.
When adding a zone, you must add it to the permanent firewall configuration. You can then reload to bring the configuration into your running session. For instance, we could create the two zones we discussed above by typing:
sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --new-zone=publicweb 
sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --new-zone=privateDNS
You can verify that these are present in your permanent configuration by typing:
sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --get-zones outputblock dmz drop external home internal privateDNS public publicweb trusted work 
As stated before, these won’t be available in the current instance of the firewall yet:
firewall-cmd --get-zones outputblock dmz drop external home internal public trusted work 
Reload the firewall to bring these new zones into the active configuration:
sudo firewall-cmd --reload 
firewall-cmd --get-zones outputblock dmz drop external home internal privateDNS public publicweb trusted work
Now, you can begin assigning the appropriate services and ports to your zones. It’s usually a good idea to adjust the web hosting in moldova active instance and then transfer those changes to the permanent configuration after testing. For instance, for the “publicweb” zone, you might want to add the SSH, HTTP, and HTTPS services:
sudo firewall-cmd --zone=publicweb --add-service=ssh 
sudo firewall-cmd --zone=publicweb --add-service=http sudo firewall-cmd --zone=publicweb --add-service=https sudo firewall-cmd --zone=publicweb --list-all outputpublicweb target: default icmp-block-inversion: no interfaces: sources: services: ssh http https ports: protocols: masquerade: no forward-ports: source-ports: icmp-blocks: rich rules:
Likewise, we can add the DNS service to our “privateDNS” zone:
sudo firewall-cmd --zone=privateDNS --add-service=dns 
sudo firewall-cmd --zone=privateDNS --list-all outputprivateDNS interfaces: sources: services: dns ports: masquerade: no forward-ports: icmp-blocks: rich rules:
We could then change iaas platform in romania our interfaces over to these new zones to test them out:
sudo firewall-cmd --zone=publicweb --change-interface=eth0 
sudo firewall-cmd --zone=privateDNS --change-interface=eth1
At this point, you have the opportunity to test your configuration. If these values work for you, you will want to add the same rules to the permanent configuration. You can do that by re-applying the rules with the --permanent flag:
sudo firewall-cmd --zone=publicweb --permanent --add-service=ssh 
sudo firewall-cmd --zone=publicweb --permanent --add-service=http sudo firewall-cmd --zone=publicweb --permanent --add-service=https sudo firewall-cmd --zone=privateDNS --permanent --add-service=dns
After permanently applying these your rules, you can restart your hourly kvm vps in europe network and reload your firewall service:
sudo systemctl restart network 
sudo systemctl reload firewalld
Validate that the correct zones were assigned:
firewall-cmd --get-active-zones outputprivateDNS interfaces: eth1 publicweb interfaces: eth0 
And validate that the appropriate services are available for both of the zones:
sudo firewall-cmd --zone=publicweb --list-services outputhttp https ssh sudo firewall-cmd --zone=privateDNS --list-services outputdns 
You have successfully set up your dedicated server in romania! If you want to make one of these zones the default for other interfaces, remember to configure that behavior with the --set-default-zone= parameter:
sudo firewall-cmd --set-default-zone=publicweb 

Conclusion

You should now have a windows remote desktop fairly good understanding of how to administer the firewalld service on your CentOS system for day-to-day use.
The firewalld service allows you to configure reseller kvm vps program maintainable rules and rule-sets that take into consideration your network environment. It allows you to seamlessly transition between different firewall policies through the use of zones and gives administrators the ability to abstract the port management into more friendly service definitions. Acquiring a working knowledge of this system will allow you to take advantage of the kvm virtual server flexibility and power that this tool provides.
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Run a Bitcoin Full Node for $50 a year

If you support bitcoin then you should run a full node to show your support for Core. While we can always run one on our home PC, many people prefer to run them on a VPS for the security, uptime, or bandwidth restrictions
Here are 3 options to run a full node on a VPS. Both companies take bitcoin as payment. While there are plenty of other VPS hosting companies out there, and I do not have any affiliation with these specific ones, they do seem to offer the best bang for the buck for running a full node.
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With 300gb of space, you can run the full chain without pruning and still have a while to run before requiring to upgrade the hard drive. At $50 a year, its not a bad deal. Located in USA.
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While 150gb will run a full chain node (barely), this VPS is cheap for the space and RAM you get. Run a pruned node and have room for OpenVPN and Nextcloud, all at $18 a year.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Run a Bitcoin Full Node for $50 a year

The following post by djyoungcity is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
reddit: /Bitcoin/comments/6yopwt
The original post's content was as follows:
If you support bitcoin then you should run a full node to show your support for Core (or Bcash or 2x). While we can always run one on our home PC, many people prefer to run them on a VPS for the security and uptime.
Here are 2 options to run a full node on a VPS. Both companies take bitcoin as payment. While there are plenty of other VPS hosting companies out there, and I do not have any affiliation with these specific ones, they do seem to offer the best bang for the buck for running a full node.
1) LetBox - $50 annually https://my.letbox.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=47
With 300gb of space, you can run the full chain without pruning and still have a while to run before requiring to upgrade the hard drive. At $50 a year, its the best deal I could find with enough space for the entire chain at at least 2GB of ram.
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Full tutorial for setting up a hidden service store

Hello everybody! There are a lot of vendors which reputation is very high and may be trusted for direct orders. If they do not want to rely only on third parties markets and be dependant to their downtime, death, exit scam etc. with this tutorial they will be able to easily setup a private store (and harden it a bit).
Advantages:
Disadvantages:
This tutorial will guide you with the entire procedure, from buying a server to setting up Anonymart. This tutorial assumes that you will start with a freshly installed Debian 7. Other setup and software may interfere with my setup script, so if you are unsure read the source code.

Buying the server

This is probably the hardest part. You should look for a provider who accept Bitcoin and that has not strict practices on verifying customers identities.
One of the best resources for finding out such providers is:
https://www.exoticvps.com/
While there are some providers like vultr.com which will not ask for personal details and will not complain about tor, I'd suggest to avoid such large scale companies (especially if based in the US). For example, if we assume the scenario where everybody choose Vultr because it's the easier place to obtain a server, LE may force Vultr to monitor all instances which generate tor traffic without being a a tor node. After that they may cause some seconds of downtime each and compare the result to the availability of the store. The whole point of this tutorial is to decentralize, and you really should think always about that.
On most providers you can't order via Tor with obviously fake credentials because all of them use MaxMind fraud prevention which will blacklist all orders done via Tor, VPN or anonymous proxies.
First of all install proxychains on your torified system. You can install it in Tails and debian based distributions with
sudo apt-get install proxychains
(on Whonix this step is not required)
Now, in order to place an order which seems legit to fraud prevention we need a clean ip from a residential connection. This is what Socks Proxies exist for so you should buy some at Vip72 (or obviously any other provider). The demo cost 3$ and you can pay with Bitcoin via Tor.
After your payment has been verified you should be able to browse Socks Proxies by their Country/Region.
Select one and test it via proxychains. Proxychains is useful because, as the name says, it can chain proxy, so you can connect to the specified set of proxy you want via tor.
Here's the default configuration:
[ProxyList] # add proxy here ... # meanwile # defaults set to "tor" socks4 127.0.0.1 9050 
Now add the selected proxy to the conf:
sudo nano /etc/proxychains.conf
[ProxyList] # add proxy here ... # meanwile # defaults set to "tor" socks4 127.0.0.1 9050 socks5   
Now open a browser using proxychains:
proxychains chromium
or
proxychains firefox
Keep in mind that this should not be done with tor-browser because it's iser agents and other specifics are detected by the anti fraud system.
If the socks proxy is working you should be able to browse the internet. If nothing loads, just get another socks and change the proxychains configuration.
Now go to http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/ and get something which will match your proxy and seems to be believable.
Choose your provider and try to order depending on which location you prefer and how much money you wish to spend. Keep in mind that this tutorial is aimed to full system, so if you are not ordering a dedicated server but a VPS you should select a full virtualized one (KVM, vmware, XEN-HVM). Unless you're expecting a huge load, 512MB of RAM and 10GB oh storage should be enough.
Your provider will send you an email with information to access to you control panel from where you will be able to install the operating system. This tutorial is specifically for Debian 7 x64 (x86 is ok too), but if you know what you are doing you can obviously

Basic server setup

First of all you have to generate a ssh key if you already don't have one.
ssh-keygen -t ecdsa
With that command we are generating a 256 bits ECDSA key.
If you left the dafult options you should be able to get the public key using:
cat .ssh/id_ecdsa.pub
Now login to your newly installed server. The panel should have generally asked you to provide a root password or sent via email a random generated one. Since here we're assuming that you are on Tails, Whonix or any othe system which force all connections trough tor. In particular, if you are on Tails, you should enable SSH keys persistence. If you continue on the tutorial skipping this part, you will loose your keys and the access to the server as soon as you shutdown your computer.
ssh [email protected]
Answer yes to the first question.
Now the last step:
git clone https://github.com/anonymart/anonymart.git /vawww/anonymart
sh /vawww/anonymart/bin/full_setup.sh
The installation script will update the system, remove useless packages, install the required ones, configure a nginx+php-fpm+mysql stack, configure tor, configure iptables and much more. If everything goes smoothly at the end it should tell you an onion address which will be the the url of your store and an onion address which you will use to connect via ssh to the server instead of the original ip.

Configure anonymart

Now go to your new url. You will be redirected to /settings/create where you will create the basic settings for yout store. Choose a very strong password. Bitcoin address for payments will be generated using your Electrum master key (which can't be used to spend the coins) using BIP32.

Final

I've already coded a small script where vendors may enter their onion url signed with their GPG key. The script will look up on Grams for that GPG key and match the vendor to the url and add it to a public database. If some stores start to popup, i will make it available as a hidden service.
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Some notes on anonymart

The original developer of anonymart has decided to abandon the project because interested in something else. I was already collaborating with him before that decision so he decided to pass to me the lead of it. I've reviewed part of the code and i haven't seen security issues, but this doesn't mean it's 100% secure. I'll do my best to review it all and add some missing features like:
  • Two factor authentication
  • Switch from blockchain.info api to lookup on Electrum stratum servers
  • Add the possibility to add more than one image per product
  • Change the order id from incremental to a random one
  • Add JSON api to list store products to facilitate third parties search engines
Unfortunately I'm not very familiar with laravel yet, so before messing with the code I'd need some times, so don't expect huge updates soon.
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