How Do I Change the SSH Port on my Server?

To Change the SSH Port for Your Linux Server Connect to your server via SSH Switch to the root user Run the following command:vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config Locate the following line:# Port 22 Remove # and change 22 to your desired port number. Restart the sshd service by running the following command: service sshd restart

How to Secure SSH

In this post, you will learn how to secure SSH on your Bare Metal Server. Securing SSH on your server is quick and easy, to secure the server , we would disable direct root login. That could be done via¬† sshd_config file. Here Protocol 2 needs to be used which is more secure. Refer the […]

How To Reset Your Root Password On CentOS 7 Servers

This tutorial is going to show you a simple trick that you can use to reset your forgotten root password for CentOS 7 servers. Sometimes things happen and you totally forget your password. It happens to the best of us. This tutorial will only work if you have direct access to the machine (example: You […]

How to Unban an IP Address Using IPTables on a Linux Server

In this Tutorial we will explain how you can simply unban any IP address on your Linux Server. Pro Tip: We recommend you make sure the IP Address in question is IN FACT the one that you want to unban. Sometimes IPTables will ban IP addresses that are in fact malicious, however in some cases […]