Re: how to react on ssh attacks?

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Stephanus Fengler wrote:
Hi Boris
Since I need the ssh service, I can't disable it. Actually counting the number of root pw attacks it was 540 within 28 mins after then he switched over to pw guessing for random usernames for another 500 times and 25 mins. Anyway nslookup gives:


I actually don't know what to do with this output.
and btw just using the ip in a webbrowser it comes up with a page from IBM ?!? ... wired...

I modified the sshd_config file so SSH uses a port other than 22. In /etc/ssh/sshd_config, add
port 2122

To connect to the machine, you'd use

ssh -p 2122 hostname



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