Jason | 21st May 2013
CentOS 6, Mac OS X This article is an excerpt taken from Secure SSH on CentOS 6 And RHEL. If you’ve never used public and private keys before, you will LOVE this. A pre-shared key setup allows you to login to the server (via SSH) without the need for a password and (optionally) only allows […]
Jason | 20th May 2013
CentOS 6, Git 1.7 This is a further addition to the article Secure SSH on CentOS 6 And RHEL. By default, Git will try to connect to a remote host over port 22 (the default SSH port). As a security measure, and as a part of securing your server, we need to be able use […]
Jason | 16th May 2013
CentOS 6 SSH is a very powerful tool. It puts you at the server terminal virtually and apart from pressing the power button, you can do just about anything else to the server over SSH. Unfortunately, so can a cracker, if they get access. It is very important to secure your SSH connection. Here’s a […]
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