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I have a Linux box running CentOS 5.2. I need to remotely connect to this server using putty. How can I configure sshd to allow remote login and using Putty? I have not been successful; the server does not accept my password even though it was correctly type
I build a mailserver on centos 5.0 with postfix in my enviornment but when i logged into my mailserver from any user through sshd then user send a mail with username & password to firstname.lastname@example.org. Is there any script working and how to find and block it. Plz help....