Re: Securing telnet
- From: left_coast <void@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2006 07:48:37 -0800
Troy Piggins wrote:
Not sure if you can use it for telnet, but have you looked into
You can use port knocking to secure any port you want, including the telnet
- Re: Best practices for securing SSH server
... differently and leaving you with the illusion of being more secure. ... a system with port knocking is almost certainly more secure ... But even if it's only a heightened "degreee" of security ... still heightened security. ...
- Re: HELP! Ive been had! Someone hacked into my Linux box. What now?
... I thought my passwords were pretty secure... ... other than 22, maybe with port knocking. ... Don't allow root login via ... Repel them. ...
- RE:Reflexive firewalls?
... What you are describing sounds like "port knocking". ... I've recently used an SSH server that had an interesting authentication ... You first had to telnet to the machine on a certain port. ...