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Re: ssh attacks

you make sure you are using the latest version of ssh. don't allow remote logins, if you must use passwords then restrict it to certain ip's or networks,etc, etc..

there is alot of info about this on google.

On 8/11/05, Rossano Comunelo <rossano@lmpt.ufsc.br> wrote:
We have been attacked from multiples IP at www.
I need protect the our cluster from those attacks..... hohoho
How I do to keep protected ssh protocol from those attacks??????
Which tips and tricks??????
Where are the manuals or files or lines code to I modified????


Rossano Renir Comunelo
Master Degree Student
Federal University of Santa Catarina
rossano AT lmpt DOT ufsc DOT br
rcomunelo AT pop DOT com DOT br

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