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Tag: NAT instance

How to Patch, Inspect, and Protect Microsoft Windows Workloads on AWS—Part 1

Most malware tries to compromise your systems by using a known vulnerability that the maker of the operating system has already patched. To help prevent malware from affecting your systems, two security best practices are to apply all operating system patches to your systems and actively monitor your systems for missing patches. In case you […]

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How to Add DNS Filtering to Your NAT Instance with Squid

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) enables you to launch AWS resources on a virtual private network that you’ve defined. On an Amazon VPC, network address translation (NAT) instances, and more recently NAT gateways, are commonly used to enable instances in a private subnet to initiate outbound traffic to the Internet, but prevent the instances […]

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