I administer a webserver, and while I'd like to restrict the SSH access to an IP range, I wouldn't be able to do so because a) I travel a lot and b) I don't have a static IP at my homeoffice. I've ...
I'm going to purchase my own dedicated server service soon and run few python server scripts on it. Firstly, let me tell you that I am total noob when it comes to internet security and was unable to ...
I have a Debian server with KVM available 24/7. It was recently broken into and its root password changed. My hosting provider has restored my access and helped me change the password. But in the ...
Possible Duplicate: Invalid users trying to log in to my server I have a small ssh server mostly used for file sharing. A couple of other people and I use it and there are only 3 users. ...
I have configured sshd on an Ubuntu server to use key authentication and it is working fine. I had to disable password authentication for key authentication to work. Server is always accessed via ...
It seems that they are mutually exclusive, as disabling one gives me the other, and vice versa. Two-factor auth for my ssh servers sounds really nice, so is there any way to accomplish this?