Stop SSH from Listening on IPv6

By default, SSH listens on both IPv4 and IPv6, if you don’t connect using IPv6 then you can disable it entirely from listening. Example:

Edit your SSH config file /etc/ssh/sshd_config

Uncomment out the following line:

Restart SSH daemon

Rerun netstat to check it isn’t listening

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Scheduling Cron Job’s in Linux

Linux Crontab Format

Field Description Allowed Value MIN Minute field 0 to 59 HOUR Hour field 0 to 23 DOM Day of Month 1 to 31 MON Month field 1 to 12 DOW Day of Week 0 to 6 CMD Command Any command or full script path Crontab Commands List Crontab

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Building a FTP Server

  1. Install ProFTPd

2. Edit proftpd configuration file

Change the following lines to the following:

Change “servername” to the server name of the ftp server and “/mnt” to the ftp root location. 3. Add user

Change “username” to a username you wish to use. If you are exposing this server… Read more »

Benchmark Linux VPS using Bash script

1. Log in to Linux VPS as root 2. Download bench.ch

3. Change bench.sh to executable

4. Execute bench.sh

5. Review results (example only)

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