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Can't gain access to SFTP after changes in /etc/ssh/sshd_config

I simply trying to make some changes in sshd_config file with port and other line (don't remember which one) and now I can't log in to my SFTP. It is possible to make some changes in this file using ...
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FTP 550: Permission Denied

I suddenly get the error 550: Permission Denied in Filezilla when I try to create a new directory. A few days ago I changed some settings on the server regarding ssl and imap settings, but I don't ...
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Access denied for root user

my ssh has started to refuse users from out of the blue. I started to connect via Putty as root, me and other users. login as: root root@31.XX.XX.XXX's password: Access denied What could be wrong? ...
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SSH hosts.deny and hosts.allow

I have this content in hosts.deny (with a new line at the end): # # hosts.deny This file describes the names of the hosts which are # *not* allowed to use the local INET services, as decided ...
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SSH whitelist 2 addresses

We want to block all access to SSH, except for two IP addresses. One address is dynamic, it starts with 124.567.890.xxx where xxx is changing all the time. I read that you can do this by changing ...
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How can I limit root to being able to only login on the console via /etc/security/access.conf

I know that I can prevent root from logging in via ssh with /etc/ssh/sshd_config but the auditors also want to see it done in /etc/security/access.conf as well. It seems doable but I can't determine ...
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Can I access remote server without ssh?

Ssh connection has stopped listening on a linux server, the output of nmap is PORT STATE SERVICE 21/tcp open ftp 80/tcp open http 199/tcp open smux 443/tcp open https 5000/tcp open ...
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How to restrict everyone except a certain group in SSH?

I want to restrict all users on a server to only be able to use SFTP while the members of an admin group should have full SSH access. I found that it is possible to restrict the members of a group by ...
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It is fair to jail my SFTP users to their home directory?

roots. I'm running an Ubuntu 9.04 (home) Server on my LAN. I currently use it to store little web apps, photos, some subversion repository and stuff like that. My (few) users are friends of mine and I ...