Securing ssh server

SSH means Secure Shell, and it’s a protocol designed to allow secure communications between different hosts using an encrypted connection. SSH servers allow users to log into remote hosts, run commands and operate network services, securely. In order to establish an SSH connection, you need two parts: the SSH client and the SSH server. Configure SSHD

How can I keep my SSH sessions from freezing

Especially with home connections ssh connections get freezes after few minutes just for an idle timeout.In order to avoid this is possible to setup a keep alive mechanism. To get your configuration working, make these configuration changes on the client:/etc/ssh/ssh_config Host * ServerAliveInterval 100 ServerAliveCountMax 2 ServerAliveInterval: Sets a timeout interval in seconds after which