Secure Shell or with its most know name SSH is a protocol developed to connect IT systems remotely and securely. SSH works as expected client server architecture. In this post we will look various security related configuration options of the SSH daemon service or sshd. The tutorial about the client side ssh configuration can be found in the following link http://www.poftut.com/ssh-tutorial-command-examples/ Server Configuration File Ssh generally works as a service or...
access.conf is the configuration file used to logins to the Linux or Unix systems. This file is locate at /etc/security/ path. With this file logins of users, groups, hosts, tty, network are defined to allows or disallowed status. Each line specifies a rule. Syntax
Show Services Using Access.conf Allow Rule As we stated before each line is a rule. The aim of the rules are allowing or denying access with related...
Linux have different type of perimeters to restrict and control network access. hosts.allow and hosts.deny files are one way of those. The TCP wrapper, ssh, ftp applications generally use rules provided in this configuration files. We will look different usage types and examples for hosts.allow and hosts.deny files in this tutorial These rules describes simple access control language based client host name, address, user name and server process name, host name and address patterns....