By: jlove

May 24, 2017 9:09 am

How Low Can You Go?

Every since my days on dial-up internet and telnet MUD’s, I’ve always been interested in low-bandwidth utilities. After all, not every user get’s to live in an area that provides unlimited high-speed broadband. Some, like those who depend on cellular or satellite internet, have to choose between work and watching a few YouTube videos. This […]

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By: Erico Mendonca

July 24, 2015 9:22 am

Running graphical programs remotely as root

Sometimes when dealing with Linux servers, you find products that require running a graphical installer as root. That’s fine when you have access to the graphical console, and you can do it using various methods, like gnomesu or kdesu. But what happens when you need to run it via SSH?

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By: olorin112

March 19, 2010 4:26 pm

XEN live migration over encrypted connection (ssh tunnel)

As XEN only has limited authorization capability for its live migration and all the communication is unencrypted, this solution shows how to set up live migration over an ssh tunnel. Any authorization is handled via the ssh stack.

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By: woodsy_ca

July 28, 2009 2:28 pm

By: dgersic

May 29, 2009 1:02 pm

Further Securing OpenSuSE 11.1 Against SSH Script Attacks

Detecting and blocking scripted attacks on the SSH daemon.

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By: DamianMyerscough

June 26, 2008 4:06 pm

Syslog-ng – SSH Logging

In SUSE Linux Enterprise Server you may have noticed that the SSH daemon logs are written to the /var/log/messages log file, this can be a little annoying because it makes spotting errors a little more tedious.

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By: dhardik

April 11, 2008 3:02 am

SSH Quick Login and Get Result Approach: No More Long Syntax!

Many of you know how to do password-less login with SSH. But one problem remains: that is “AnyUserName@IP/ServerName”. I am sure that you adminstrators are tired of it, typing the same thing every time! But, how to get rid of it? Now we have a quicker Login and Get Result Approach. No More Long Syntax!

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By: DamianMyerscough

February 11, 2008 7:16 am

SSH (Secure Shell) Tricks III

Here’s part 3 of Damian Myerscough’s series on SSH Tricks. Learn how to compile the latest version of OpenSSH, restrict users and groups access to the SSH daemon, disconnect idle users, and more…

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By: DamianMyerscough

February 5, 2008 8:23 pm

SSH (Secure Shell) Tricks II

This article is part two of SSH tricks. In this article we will take a look at public key authentication, building a list of known hosts using the ssh-keyscan utility, and installing the DenyHosts package to help defend against brute force attacks.

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By: DamianMyerscough

January 18, 2008 3:50 pm

SSH (Secure Shell) Tricks

Damian Myerscough shares some basic and advanced tricks with the SSH daemon along with some tips on how to tighten the security.

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