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Old 02-18-2008, 04:32 AM
"Harold Hallikainen"
Default top - ssh sessions/processes

> Customer just called about a Fedora 6 box with
> an active hard disk. Ran top, and found 10 - 15 ssh tasks running.
> This is NOT normal for the specific machine.
> So, in /etc/ssh/sshd_config
> I changed the listento port to 5675 and set
> PermitRootLogin No
> Protocol 2
> ListenAddress xx.xx.xx.xx (to an internal ip address )
> Any ideas. Hackers...Yum update
> Which log can I look at to see WATZ-UP?
> Bret Stern
> Machine Management

On my FC4 machine, ssh logins are in /var/log/secure . Also, I get a daily
log summary emailed to me that shows the ssh logins. Finally, I also run a
script (sshblack) that blocks IP addresses that have failed ssh logins.


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