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    David commented  · 

    Andrew (Admin, MongoDB) : commented
    -Unfortunately at the TCP layer we will only see the source IP address of the request and not your domain.

    I'd love to have a call with your developers and explain how you can use DNS to lookup the IP address of the domain name I put into the white list, at the time that the server tries to open a connection, and then verify that IP address with the IP address in the source IP address in the layer 2 header.

    And you said:
    - many customers do open up to 0.0.0.0/0

    It can be done, and it would be valuable to a lot of people. I hope you will bring this up with product management.

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    David commented  · 

    Even if I don't use 2FA, please remember my browser login, so next time I comeback I don't have to step through the login process. Facebook is an example. Heroku is another. Many services just set an encrypted browser cookie to remember the login.

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