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Archive for the ‘testssl.sh’ Category

Hardening: sshd_config – How to configure the OpenSSH server | SSH.COM

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/06/05

If you want to harden your ssh server, read at least [WayBack] sshd_config – How to configure the OpenSSH server | SSH.COM.

After that use some ssh tools to check your config from the outside world. They work in a similar way as the TLS/SSL/https scans from Source: SSL Server Test (Powered by Qualys SSL Labs) or these console based scans and documentation references:

Simiarly for SSH:

Then read further on more in depth SSH topics around key management:

–jeroen

 

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Reminder to self: testssl.sh has supported IPv6 for a long while if the OpenSSL binary supports it

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/07/31

testssl.sh has supported IPv6 for a long while if the OpenSSL binary supports it

See the below thread, specifically the mentioned comments.

–jeroen

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testssl.sh on BashOnWindows (Ubuntu from Win10) – drwetter/testssl.sh

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/08/08

It works (but is sloooooow)

Source: BashonWindows (Ubuntu from Win10) not finding openssl · Issue #337 · drwetter/testssl.sh

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