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Secure Your VPS SSH
#11
(11-22-2017, 11:55 AM)oraldavid Wrote:  If u want to secure your vps add firewall options to the user ip, as u are admin.
And create range iptables in it.

wow sounds great, xD but any tutorial? or recommendation? because i'm noob in this things.
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#12
(11-22-2017, 11:57 AM)arsalahmed786 Wrote:  wow sounds great, xD but any tutorial? or recommendation? because i'm noob in this things.

Type in google "How to range ban ip *Your os*"
And go to the tutorial you think its good!
You can PM me if u want more security Big Grin
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#13
want it 100% secured!

shutdown -h now best I came up with Smile

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basic steps:

check where you are connecting your vps!!!!! connect to a proxy server before connecting to your vps. so they only capture you connect to an existing secured "proxy".

keep the system up to date
use sha keys instead of plain password
use a tight firewall and close all by default and open THAT IS NEEDED.
check on what kind software u want to use on previous security leaks and how frequently they happen does it happen too much? then try an alternative.

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#14
(11-22-2017, 03:24 PM)perryoo11 Wrote:  want it 100% secured!

shutdown -h now best I came up with Smile

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basic steps:

check where you are connecting your vps!!!!! connect to a proxy server before connecting to your vps. so they only capture you connect to an existing secured "proxy".

keep the system up to date
use sha keys instead of plain password
use a tight firewall and close all by default and open THAT IS NEEDED.
check on what kind software u want to use on previous security leaks and how frequently they happen does it happen too much? then try an alternative.

Well Shut down process better i think xD Big Grin Tongue

anyways, thanks for your guide i'll try to do this.
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#15
Thanks for the tutorial but honestly I'm too lazy to change my ports and all that because the website I own isn't really that big xD
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#16
I like to use fail2ban security with VestaCP. I could probably do more for security, but having fail2ban I think is OK for me. My Websites aren't very high profile and I don't think I'm putting a lot of attention on them.

Probably also important to be with a host that has very high standards and strict rules of behaviour, in other words the kind of host hackers stay away from.
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#17
I'm sure it will not manage to secure your SSH VPS from hacker attacks !!
Because hackers use Port Attack program !!
The function is to find ports from 1 to complete!
My suggestion use ssh password that is hard to guess !! For example a combination of capital letters and symbols that make your vps safer than hacker attacks

Pass: R3fL1y [example]

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