Re: Linux and Viruses
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2005 00:16:10 +0000 (UTC)
In article <5XqdnYDemcv5AuXeSa8jmw@karoo.co.uk>,
Dan Andersson <email@example.com> wrote:
>If you really(?) want to use SSH, why not create a SSH script where you open
>the SSH port in the firewall before starting the SSH or SFTP command
>automagically and closing the port when the SSH/SFTP program terminates.
If I want to SSH into my system when I don't already have another way
to get to it (why would I want to SSH in otherwise?), how is this going
Dave Vandervies firstname.lastname@example.org
The solution, of course, is not to introduce bugs in the first place.
The method is left as an exercise.
--Keith Thompson in comp.lang.c
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- Re: SSH hacked?
... I have about 4 people that can use SSH with my computer and the whole ... system is set for using only gpg type passwords. ... For now the ssh port is ... I'd think of changing my password and installing fail2ban package, it' really useful to stop people that tries to break into your system by just hammering ports. ...
- Re: ssh dictionary attacks
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- Re: SSH hacked?
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- telnet to ssh (port 22)
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