I have an Asus K53-SV laptop running my favorite linux distro... Fedora 16! and I have sshd running properlly and awesomely! I have a problem though that if I turn off my laptop and start it up again sshd is running in Failed state! I can not find one problem with my set up I have even disabled it restarted and enabled it but it still is in Failed state...
Hello friends I am a newbie not only to this site but also in tech field though I use some gadgets. I own a samsung np-rc520 laptop which was not working for last few months coz of bad sectors in hdd. I searched for a new hdd for my laptop and in one online store I found seagate sshd for a price of 5600 and without any search I ordered it yesterday.
When it comes to protecting SShd which is better to use
they both protect against attackers trying to guess or brute force their way into the box through ssh.
is there any benefit of one over the other ?
Hi Y'all. How's things in Crunchbang land? All is rosy(ish, see below ) in my Crunchbang garden.I've got what might be a really stupid question regarding VNC. I apologise in advance but if I make a couple of you chuckle then all well and good. Right, down to the question:I'm using Tightvnc server on my laptop and can connect to it from my Android tablet with no problems.
I was updating my Debian server in light of the Hearthbleed bug and it made me wonder:
if I update a running Linux's sshd while connecting to it over SSH, what happens exactly? The sshd does not get restarted? Or it gets restarted and my ssh session is somehow transferred to the new sshd process?