Generate SSH Keys on Windows with PuTTYgen
This tutorial explains how to generate SSH keys on Windows with PuTTYgen. We will also show you how to set up an SSH key-based authentication and connect to your remote Linux servers without entering a password.
How to Set Up SFTP Chroot Jail
If you are a system administrator managing Linux server chances are that you may need to grant SFTP access to some users to upload files to their home directories. In this tutorial we will explain how to setup up a SFTP Chroot Jail environment that will restrict users to their home directories.
How to Change the SSH Port in Linux
By default, SSH listens on port 22. Changing the default SSH port adds an extra layer of security to your server by reducing the risk of automated attacks.
Using the SSH Config File
OpenSSH allows you to set up a per-user configuration file where you can store different SSH options for each remote machine you connect to. This article covers the basics of the SSH client configuration file and explains some of the most common configuration options.