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Jun 17

There are many things one can do to help keep your ssh access secure on a shared hosting enviroment.  Grab your client (putty links can be found on the software page), log in, and lets go!

  1. The first one, don’t allow it!  Pretty simple huh?  In a shared hosting environment, there are very few reasons why you should allow a user to have ssh.  If you do, make sure you inspect the script(s) they plan on running, and keep an eye on the logs. Read the rest of this entry »