We have SSH open on one of our production servers leaving it prone to various brute force attacks to break in. I reduced the attempts by changing the default port from 22. I want to further harden ...
I have been working on this for 2 days now and am about to give up so someone please help. I have a Red Hat 6 server joined to my active directory domain. Logins work just fine under normal ...
I'm running the below command, and monitoring the output file on the other system: ssh $ip_address 'for n in 1 2 3 4 5; do sleep 10; echo $n >>/tmp/count; done' If I kill the ssh command ...