Re: Securing telnet
I don't now right off hand if sshd that comes with debian is linked with the
libtcp or not, but try not putting that in the /etc/hosts.allow and if you are
denied access to ssh to the box, try putting:
in the /etc/hosts.allow.
Also, does tcpd accept CIDR notiation now - I saw a response that included:
I didn't believe this was allowed? (Although I have not looked at TCPD) in
a long time.
Personally I think this program is useless, you should always use
ipfwadm/ipchains/netfilter/ipf. They are MUCH better for securing your system
On Tue, Jul 04, 2000 at 04:21:05PM +0100, Patrick Kirk wrote:
> > everything).
> > In your hosts.allow you should have (in addition to anything else you have):
> > in.telnetd: 10.0.0.
> Won't that mean that ssh from remote is DENYed?