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Change the default ssh port on Ubuntu

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Changing the default port of ssh is not a huge improvement in security, but I’ve found it to be a useful tool in keeping log files free from failed login attempts with username root on port 22 (and I hope you do spend the time to review your log files!). A large number of scripts run scans on the default ssh port of 22 looking for known vulnerabilities. Of course, you should keep ssh fully […]