Disable root access for your SSH Server

This is just a short tutorial about one of many possible ways to protect your server from external attacks. If you’re running a Server you’ll probably access it via SSH and as root user. This is a default setting, but easy to fix with almost no effort. Since you’re able to log in as root, others will be able to log in as root as well. Therefore, we’re adding an extra layer of security while we’re removing direct root access and only force one specific user to log in. Continue reading “Disable root access for your SSH Server”