good as the weakest point. Of course you can add security by
using SSH, and it's definitely indicated when doing things via
the Internet. As long as you are inside your own net, covered
from the Internet, with only trustworthy machines inside it,
you could even use telnet.
which i actually do. even more! i ALWAYS change configuration to allow
root login from telnet rsh and ssh which is disabled by default.
Even 15 seconds of thinking is enough to understand that logging to other
user and then su - gives completely no extra security.
And yes - i do log as root by "insecure" rsh and telnet.
The only think you should be aware is to not do it when connection is from
outside and insecure.
This case i actually don't use even ssh if it's not mine computer. How can
i be sure that ssh is secure, but keylogging isn't installed?
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