Use SSH for more secure browsing in public networks

Original article by Dominik Zajac published on his blog In the time of free wifi and free internet connections in every hotel, bar or cafe you should be sure your connections are secure. In some cases you can’t trust the connection but you need to go online and read some mails or share some documents. [...]

More SSH Port Forwarding

Today I present another excellent article by Domenico Raffaele originally presented in his blog (in Italian) where you can find many other interesting articles about hacks and VoIP. This is his second article about ssh. Here you’ll see some example of SSH Port Forwarding, sometimes called SSH Tunneling, which allows you to establish a secure SSH [...]

Unusual SSH

Today I present this excellent article by Domenico Raffaele originally presented in his blog (in Italian) where you can find many other interesting articles about hacks and VoIP. I’ve already wrote about unusual use of ssh. I want to return to this topic fascinating and almost unknown, once again, and I promise I will not [...]

Fail2ban,stop brute force attacks

As comment of the article Knockd, to secure your ports, i’ve received: “Port knocking is bad idea; a very bad idea. Port knocking is, in the end, a password. A sniffable one that is subject to man-in-the-middle attacks so you can’t even use one-time-passwords and be secure. Public/private key pairs and/or one-time-passwords (opie, skey and [...]