I’m thinking about doing something really dumb, self hosting my cloud, website and other services in my nas at home with a dynamic ip.
I think I will let someone else deal with email though.
I don't even think email is possible with dynamic IP, so that bit at least is a wise decision...
@Felipe_B what are the largest risks to “hacks”.
Typically they are social engineering within the corporations that have your data.
Configuring you firewall, static website, dockers, etc so that no one compromised service can affect your entire infrastructure, at home, isn’t a big deal anymore.
Couple that with encryption at rest and the risk, IMO for “hacking” is higher with trusting big tech.
Plus plus, on my own personal web server, I don’t have a database storing my personal information and credit card information or anything like that. So what really might someone get that would actually be of any real value. Worst case is probably more like the server being turned into a bot potentially for a threat campaign.
A friends and family instance for Nova Scotian friends and family.