Protecting against SSH brute-force attacks

Thursday, 24 May 2007, 12:45 AM EST

Practically all UNIX-based servers run a SSH server to allow remote administration across the Internet. From time to time, you might notice a large number of failed login attempts. Often, these are brute-force attacks against your SSH server

In this hack, we’ll show you 5 tips to protect machines running SSH daemons from brute-force attacks.

At Security Hacks.

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