How to block telnet and SSH on outside interface on Cisco routers

How to block telnet and SSH on outside interface on Cisco routers By default, a lot of Cisco routers allow Telnet and SSH on the outside interface, this can cause a large security risk of being brute force attacked. Ideally Telnet should be blocked completely as it is an unsecure protocol and SSH should only… Read more »

How to disable root SSH logins

How to disable root SSH logins One of the biggest security holes you could open on your Linux server is to allow directly logging in as root through ssh, because any cracker can attempt to brute force your root password and potentially get access to your system. It’s much better to have separate account that… Read more »

Bypassing Firewalls and Proxies from Work

Okay, so for whatever reason you want to bypass your companies firewall to browse websites without being limited by what you can see. Some companies offer “alternative” access and some are super tight (only allowing news, company and a few other selected websites).This will allow you to connect to anything! If you are hosting services… Read more »