Securing your SSH

Running SSH as a way to enter into any server is one step to protecting your needs by not sending cleartext passwords. But there are other things you have to do to make sure that your SSH is up-to-par. Thinkhole Labs has a great step by step to look at different methods to securing your SSH. While we don’t agree with all of the methods since it depends on what you’re trying to accomplish, they are all good things to keep in mind.
Via Thinkhole