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Using ssh config to save settings and make your life easier

SSH is an amazing tool, I use it all the time and not just for logging into remote computers, but also to create tunnels, copy files and access git repositories.

But I don't want to have to remember fidily commands something like ssh I2P_Router is so much nicer than something …

Backing up a remote server with rsync

I've got a couple of VPS boxes over at RansomIT including the server that run this site1. One of those boxes is a cheap little VPS with 512MB of RAM that costs me $5 a month. I need to back up this box, my usual go to for personal …

Changing SSH from port 22

Changing the SSH service to run a port other than 22 is fairly common security practice but I don't like it. The problem is that I find it really hard to argue against doing it, because it works.

What ever else I might say in this post it doesn't change …

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