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Re: Rasberry pi port forwarding security

Sat Aug 02, 2014 3:44 pm

Hi,
pluggy wrote:Expect several attempted intrusions a day if SSH is open.
FYI, I've just checked on my primary server: 97 SSH port probings today so far (in last 15.5 hours).


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Re: Rasberry pi port forwarding security

Sat Aug 02, 2014 5:02 pm

FLYFISH TECHNOLOGIES wrote: I guess that with some coding this might be achieved also with F2B (what might not be their planned use case), but then I have doubts if F2B makes sense - instead of taking base building blocks and implement something by using them, I'd add another layer and then try to find various custom paths through it... more risky approach. ;-)

I assume that further discussion might not be interesting for the wider audience. 8-)
I agree.
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Re: Rasberry pi port forwarding security

Sat Aug 02, 2014 5:52 pm

gkreidl wrote:
A1i2T3R wrote:im a noob but i would think providing you dont forward port 22 (for ssh) then they cant ssh in. Correct me if im wrong.
Yes, of course. But if you are running a web server you usually have to be able to log in via SSH for configuration, maintenance etc.
yeah.
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