Category: Centos 7

Posts about working with CentOS 7

Restrict SSH to one IP


Restricting access to SSH to only allow specified IPs is a good practice for securing your server. Also it is very simple to do. All it take is a change to one file and you are done. Be careful doing this if you have a dynamic IP. You don’t to get locked out of your server if your IP changes.

CentOS Upgrade to PHP7

Change SSH Port

SSH Icon

I recently notices a rise in failed SSH login attempts on my server so decided to lock it down even more. Changing your SSH port is a easy way to add security to your linux box. This will be stop script kiddies from brute forcing your box (make sure you have a strong complex password). This will not stop all attacks, but it will help. I will be using Centos 7, but the process should be pretty much the same on most linux boxes.