idk how, but someone changed the password on my linux server that's behind 3 NAT Layers (ISP's CGNAT, modem NAT and then router NAT)... Kudos to you, whoever it is, that managed to do that. Now pls don't delete all my stuff plz.


needless to say, i did immediately unplug the network cable, then later connected it to a air-gapped router that only my laptop and the server were connected to.

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