How to Secure SSH | Linux Security with HackerSploit
In this series, HackerSploit takes us through a scenario where we’ll have to secure a WordPress instance from SSH based attacks.
0:00 – Intro
1:06 – Project Scenario
2:56 – Creating the Server
8:00 – Disable Remote Root Login
13:30 – Securing Using SSH Keys
22:00 – Disable Password Authentication
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