Installing the vsftpd FTP-server

This article goes through the steps you need to follow when installing a fast and secure vsftpd ftp-server that supports anonymous users for FreeBSD
About vsftpd
vsftpd (stands for a Very Secure FTP Daemon) is a FTP server that supports IPv6 and SSL. It is a default ftp-server in a number of GNU/Linux-based systems and their [...]

Posted on September 29, 2010

Protection server SSH Dictionary Attacks

If you are running a Linux VPS, you’ll notice that bots will try to gain illegitimate access to your server through ssh. While this unsettles a lot of people, there’s really nothing to worry about as long as you don’t permit root logins (Many Linux distributions allow direct root login via ssh by default) and [...]

Posted on April 6, 2010

Installing OpenVPN on Debian Linux (part2)

Order a server with this operating system; submit a ticket to the technical support to enable the module (if necessary) and support the NAT.
With the server activated, log in using the SSH-protocol, for example the PuTTY SSH-client.

Posted on March 23, 2010