myuser Posted July 16, 2022 Share Posted July 16, 2022 Hello dear community! Unfortunately, a small mishap happened to me and i would now like to check whether any data was stolen. I previously ran a self-hosted Fedora Linux server and forwarded the 443 port to my NGINX container there. When i decided to switch to Unraid and get the Pro version, i set everything up from scratch, started setting up Unraid and migrating my data to the new server. For this work (i thought, i was on my private network anyway) i worked without a password for about half a day. After that i installed the myServer plugin (but did not activated it) and assigned a password. The real issue i'm a bit worried about is that port 443 from the old server was still open and forwarded to the new unraid server, so theoretically it could have been available on the internet. Now i wanted to recreate that, but i can't get to the server from outside if only port 443 on the router is enabled. Various checks with port scanners or IOT scanners did not find any services either. Is it possible, that Unraid doesn't make port 443 available by default, but only as soon as i set up the myServer plugin? Many thanks for your help! Chris Quote Link to comment
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