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Exposing Java Web Application Server

 
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Hi,

I want to expose 2 things on my pc

#1 - Expose my entire system
#2 - Expose my application server

I want to access my system or application from anywhere in the world when i am out of the home or city....

When i searched for it...I come across several remote PC software to be installed in the PC...

Some suggested to go for installing ngrok and get the remote access from outside

I never read or know about ngrok earlier...Can someone explain me which would be the best option to go???

Also comments about ngrok

Thanks
 
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