Leo L. Schwab wrote:
I recently installed FreeBSD 6.1 on my gateway. It replaced an
installation of FreeBSD 4.6.8 (fresh install, not an upgrade) on which I had
disabled the SSH server. Since all the bugs in SSH are fixed now ( :-) ), I
thought I'd leave the server on, and am somewhat dismayed to discover that I
now get occasional brute-force/dictionary attacks on the port.
Whichever service you have running, if you look in the log you will find
attempts of attack, ssh is no different, it's a target.
Honestly, I wouldn't worry about it: review your config and make some
simple choices to reduce the noise, see this article:
Rather than reposting myself - this issue is regularly debated, I think
last time (or last time I participated) was debated 19-09-2006. Check
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