Archive for the tag "ssh"
If you ever ran a SSH server on the Internet, you will probably have noticed the massive amount of ssh break-in attempts. There are a few easy ways to get rid of the attacks and at the same time prevent your root account from being compromised. move the SSH listen port from TCP port 22 [...]
When you are installing Slackware, you have several options of using the network. Your packages can be on a NFS, HTTP, FTP or SaMBa server. But it still requires you do be physically present behind the keyboard of the computer you are installing Slackware on. Or does it? There is a way to make the [...]