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rooter6153dYh, i was surprised as well. I just map ports to 127.0.0.1:8888:80. Socket files is also solution
Edit: oh, you have the solution already. My bad
@rooter yeah, I ended up doing the same thing. Just spent an hour or two searching for solutions before finding that one. The most common solution seems to involve manually configuring iptables which is a headache I want to avoid.
Hmm, I bet fail2ban isn't working either. Damn. Nobody's attempted to brute force my Bitwarden login yet but I should probably make sure.