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configure bamboo server to remove public facing settings

Hello,

Could you please help me with the following, 

How to configure bamboo server to remove public facing settings.

 

Thanks,

Bobby

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Hello @bobby dammu

Can you please provide some context on "public facing settings"? What exactly are you trying to do/not do?

Regards,

Eduardo Alvarenga
Atlassian Support APAC

Thank you so much for the quick response.

Description:

Due to a security concern regarding 'log4j', we are looking options to mitigate risk. One option is re-configure the Bamboo server (and agents) to no longer be publicly accessible.

 

Thanks,

Bobby

Hello @bobby dammu,

Thanks for clarifying that.

Bamboo is not vulnerable to the recent Log4j CVEs. You can find more details below:

Though, if you still want to disable any "public" access to your Bamboo Server and Agents, you'll have to work with your external configurations such as blocking traffic on our Firewall, Load Balancer, etc.

Bamboo needs to listen to specific ports to work. There is no option to disable such services.

You can also create local firewall rules on each server that is part of your Bamboo solution to allow only trusted sources to reach its service ports:

You can also enable Tomcat's Client authentication to enforce only validated clients

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