Discover 18 Posts with “ssh” Tag.
I've been bad. Until recently I haven't been backing up my MySQL database. Bad things could have happened. About a month ago I hacked up a simple script to run from cron that will automatically dump, gzip, encrypt using my key gpg (I wrote an extensive post on gpg which
I own a BlackBerry Q10. It's an amazing smartphone. I've owned two Blackberries in the past. The good old Curve 8520 and a decent, but not that great, Torch 9800. On the way I got my hands on Samsung Galaxy Nexus, probably driven to Android by curiosity, but got back
The Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol uses port 22 by default. Accepting this value does not make your system insecure, nor will changing the port provide a significant variance in security. However, changing the default SSH port will stop many automated attacks and will make it a bit harder to guess
Nowadays, pretty much everyone and their hipster grandmother is blogging, publishing web articles, cooking recipes, or sharing some sort of digital content with free online services such as Blogger, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram and Youtube. These are all great, no cost options for putting content online, but still a poor substitution