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In AWS, and networking in general, a [...] host/server provides a single point of entry to your instances/servers (i.e. for SSH), so it reduces the surface area of what you need to harden against hacker attacks. This way you just have to harden your [...] host/server, not all the instances you want to ssh to from the internet. <- same answer for both occulsions
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In AWS, and networking in general, a [...] host/server provides a single point of entry to your instances/servers (i.e. for SSH), so it reduces the surface area of what you need to harden against hacker attacks. This way you just have to harden your [...] host/server, not all the instances you want to ssh to from the internet. <- same answer for both occulsions
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In AWS, and networking in general, a [...] host/server provides a single point of entry to your instances/servers (i.e. for SSH), so it reduces the surface area of what you need to harden against hacker attacks. This way you just have to harden your [...] host/server, not all the instances you want to ssh to from the internet. <- same answer for both occulsions
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