Re: How much difference does it make to run ssh on a different port number?
Opportunistic port scans of port 22 to see if there are openings will not
SO you become exempt from that potential intrusion. It is a deterrent, but
a really easy one to set up.
Here is a sad fact, at least in Murry's Little Book O'Facts.
There are NO SECURE COMPUTERS. Just ones that are harder to attack than
With this one exception; A computer that is NOT connected to any network
can not be hacked via a network. It is then only as secure as the physical
methods to block unauthorized physical access. Watch the first IMF movie on
At 04:07 PM 10/3/2005 +0200, Tarapia Tapioco wrote:
>Occasionally people recommend running sshd on a different port number
>(not 22) to reduce the number of cracking attempts (dictionary
>Does this really make a big difference?
>Anyone have any statistics on it?
>To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to debian-user-REQUEST@lists.debian.org
>with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig - ><>
o BU SysAdmin
/|\ 607 777 6827
^ Tot Ziens