Iptables and Logins at boot-up
andor at nl.linux.org
Sun Oct 10 15:44:15 UTC 2004
On Sun, 10 Oct 2004, Cheryl Homiak wrote:
> Ok, I looked on google and verifyed that TLS is transport layer security.
> Where do I look for more info on this from the practical useage end?
rfc's 2246 and 3546 ftp.ripe.net/rfc/ will ahve all protocl details.
using ssh with dsa or rsa-keyparis )public/private) as Janina probably
means by seetingup a .authroized_keys file is the savest option.
However, keep ssh (or opnseeh) as up-to-date as possible cause
seucrity-holes sometimes appear even in this program.
if sshd is comproized, your system is caue sshd has loads of rights on
your local system.
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