Blacklisting (and blocking) remote sites - blt.tar.gz (0/1)
joerg at anslik.de
Thu Dec 27 16:20:33 PST 2007
>An easy solution to this problem (suggested by a friend of mine) is
>simply to run sshd on a port other than 22.
Yeah, I considered this, too, but finally came to the conclusion it's
uncool to do so. :-)
Like I said, there are many different ways and applications out there,
enough for everyone to find the one that fits. But I didn't see no
reason to install phython or whatever, just to have some big
application maintain my /etc/hosts.allow.
And as long as the tcpwrapper config file doesn't grow too rapidly,
it's become fun again checking the logfiles...
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