A 2-post collection

Securing SSH with Authy 2FA

Securing Your Server If you have servers accessible from the Internet, either hosted on the cloud or perhaps a home server that you allow incoming connections to, then you've no doubt worried about how to keep your server secure. In this post we'll demonstrate how you can quickly and easily »

Pimping PuTTY

In my last role, SecureCRT was my console of choice, but my new employer doesn't offer it sadly.  So, instead, I've diligently being using PuTTY, a very popular freely available open source SSH client for Windows. PuTTY is perfectly functionable out of the box, but I thought I'd share a »