May 11, 2024, 5:24 p.m. | /u/CyberSecMaverick


Greetings, *CyberSecurity Mavericks!*

Operating two honeypots recently, I've noticed the significant amount of brute-forcing and bot activity targeting SSH. My latest article focuses on SSH security. The most effective ways of fortifying your SSH server is to ditch password authentication and move to SSH Key-based authentication. I'll be sharing how to setup your server for SSH key-based authentication and essential SSH security best practices.

[**A Guide To Securing Your Remote Access Using SSH Keys**](

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