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do πŸ‘ not πŸ‘ expose πŸ‘ rdp πŸ‘ to πŸ‘ the πŸ‘ internet πŸ‘. Use πŸ‘ a πŸ‘vpn πŸ‘ or πŸ‘ ACL πŸ‘ you πŸ‘ coward/potato.

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@GrogsAxle @biffbiffbiff Because when possible, border remote access should be minimized--simple surface reduction. Proxies, IP whitelisting, and VPNs are all solid minimization techniques to achieve that. I'd say the same thing about SSH if possible, really. Sometimes it's not.

@biffbiffbiff @GrogsAxle Plus for RDP (more likely to be hooked to a domain), there is nothing like giving the entire internet a whack at password attacks against your users.

@biffbiffbiff People still do this? I shouldn't be surprised, but there's still part of me that hasn't gone full cynic.

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