DShield Honeypot Setup with pfSense, (Tue, Jan 31st)

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Setting up a DShield honeypot is well guided by the installation script [1]. After several minutes of following the instructions and adding some custom details, the honeypot is up and running. What's needed after that is to expose the honeypot to the internet. I recently decided to update my home router and thought it was a great opportunity to dig into using pfSense [2]. To expose the honeypot using the pfsense, there are two main options to consider for NAT rules [3]:

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