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http://www.blackmoreops.com/2014/08/05/world-live-ddos-attack-maps-live-ddos-monitoring/ Amazing live updated maps, clicking on the maps shows different information. The map would make a great screensaver if it did not consume so much bandwidth (bandwidth heavy maps) Looking at the avatar on the site raises the Q - has Josh got a secret part time job in the security world.
I spent the evening tonight setting my systems back up for ssh connectivity. During the process, I made some changes to how I had been doing it previously. Read more about it here --> http://noctslackv1.wordpress.com/2013/03/17/ssh-can-it-be-more-secure/ Have a wonderful day!
I was recently introduced to ssh'ing recently. I had never used this before and was suprised at how easy it was to set up. So when I came upon this article on GNU Screen I did some further reading. http://www.archlinux.../x86_64/screen/ http://www.gnu.org/software/screen/ This seems like a pretty good tutorial on screen. http://www.rackaid.c...ial-and-how-to/ Whilst the articl itself was interesting several of the comment were of equal interest. To join a screen that is already attached, use: screen -x screenid You can get the screen ID number using list: [root@gigan ~]# screen -list There is a screen on: 29878.pts-6.gigan (Attached) screen -x 29878.pts-6.gigan Will attach you to that screen. Both users have control so be careful. I use this when training or reviewing staff. There is also BYOBU an extra for screen that adds extra functionality. https://aur.archlinu...es.php?ID=28295 http://www.serverwat...-but-Better.htm Screen is available for most distros but I have only included the links for Arch. Happy ssh'ing.
V.T. Eric Layton posted a topic in Security & NetworkingSSH inventor warns that IT security's getting worse