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Disable root login to SSHÁstþór IP
Allowing root logins to your SSH damon is a big security threat. If the SSH port is open, hackers will probably at some time attempt to brute force your root password. It’s a good idea to disable root logins to SSH and instead use a normal user to login and type “su -” to enter the super user shell or sudo to perform tasks that require root privileges.
1. Open the SSH daemon config file and change this line: (pico /etc/ssh/sshd_config)
2. Restart the SSH daemon