4 Comments on “SSH – Can It Be More Secure?”

  1. lilbambi says:

    Those are great things for sure. But still need to do two other things:

    1. Change from the Standard port 22 to different port maybe in the user ports area

    http://linuxlookup.com/howto/change_default_ssh_port

    2. Disable Root Logins

    http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/linux/security-tip-disable-root-ssh-login-on-linux/

  2. [...] Yes, actually. There are ways to harden your ssh implementations that aren't that difficult. An example of a simple way to increase your security when using ssh is to utilize the public/private key…  [...]


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