Using TCP Wrappers to control access

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David Tansley

Date archived: March 7, 2017 | First published: July 12, 2011

TCP Wrappers allows system administrators to control and log incoming TCP-based connections to the local host run from inetd.conf. TCP wrappers, often called wrappers, can lock down popular TCP inbound clients on your AIX box quickly. Find out how wrappers can easily protect and secure your machines.

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