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Hacked Servers

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port 22 and 23 are most vulnerable, now i don't see a reason running port 23 on a telnet when 22 SSH is far more secure !

 

 

now closing unneeded ports is another for example cups server :lol:

 

typically it looks like there are some inexperienced folks running servers out there.

 

apache tomcat on 8080 there are ways to secure it http://www.google.com/search?q=howto+secur...lient=firefox-a

 

 

 

thanks jacee

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just a side note i don't think this applies to specific home servers, i am uncertain about windows home server, could someone verify this ?

 

edit: for folks concerned about SSH' fail2ban is an interesting pa, to many failed password attempts bans the originating ip :lol:

 

http://www.fail2ban.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

Edited by duanester

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I just read it.

 

Every single issue is easily avoided.

 

The end result of infections via browser should never happen to begin with. That is of course people not going out on the internet running a browser with administrator privileges.

 

No one does that right?

 

So there is no problem right? :rolleyes:

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