Securi-Pi: Using the Raspberry Pi as a Secure Landing Point

After a bit of fiddling with a Raspberry Pi 2 I have at home, I was able to get a nice clean solution that lets me hit various services on the Raspberry Pi via port 443—allowing me to walk around blocked ports and hobbled networks so I can do the things I need to do.

In a nutshell, I have set up this Raspberry Pi to act as an OpenVPN endpoint, SSH endpoint and Apache server—with all these services listening on port 443 so networks with restrictive policies aren’t an issue.

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