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Fancy 403: Ban them All!

Lot's of tech savvy computer users these days have figured out how to set up a home server to act as a file server, a streaming media server, a legitimate web-site server, a proxy server, and any number of other case sues. Surely, having access to your home computer, akin to your own personal "cloud", while away from home is not only a luxury, but in the professional or academic world, this can be a ral life saver.

But, along side that convenience, the problem of security arises when we connect our home computers to the internet and register a domain to our dynamic IP address. Suddenly, there are potential prying eyes that we may not want paying attention to us. There are, of course, several ways to mitigate this problem, here is one more...

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Progress...for the record (or "what makes ClearVision Community posible")

Ok, so here is a list of all of the things I have up, in order:

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Give credit where credit is due! Without the free services and packages provided by these guys and gals, I would not have my little corner on the net, not to mention the countless (and sometimes thankless) howto's, forum posts and irc chats that have been there to help me out along the way!

Long live open source!

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Hello World

Hello World! So, I did it, or am doing it. Set up a server, and a website (actually 3 websites, but they act, almost totally, as one). I am serving a community portal, an online multiuser calendar, and a photo gallery. Soon the community portal will also be a private bittorrent tracker, on top of the many other great services it currently serves. You may scoff, but I am very excited! Even if this doesn't take off, it's a great adventure, and can, at the very least, host a website for me and my own.

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