[CentOS] Securing SSH

Tue Apr 15 17:42:36 UTC 2008
Tim Alberts <talberts at msiscales.com>

CentOS List wrote:
>>> Tim Alberts wrote:
>>>> So I setup ssh on a server so I could do some work from home and I 
>>>> think the second I opened it every sorry monkey from around the 
>>>> world has been trying every account name imaginable to get into the 
>>>> system.
>>>> What's a good way to deal with this?
> I use denyhosts
Thank you.  I saw several posts (thanks again everyone) on different 
programs to use. failt2ban denyhosts etc.  I figure if I already have 
the tools with iptables, why install more programs.

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