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OpenBSD: OpenSSH with Two-Factor Authentication

The OpenSSH daemon is targeted by brute-force attacks almost everyday. There are various ways to deal with the annoying attempts of unauthorised access, such as using certificates, one of which is multi-factor authentication. Here are some thoughts to set this up in the realm of OpenBSD... [Read More]

#OpenBSD #security #sshd #OpenSSH #two-factor #authentication #certificates #hardening

Multi-Factor Authentication

A general introduction to multi-factor authentication with the emphasis on two-factor authentication and omitting biometrics... [Read More]

#security #two-factor #multi-factor #authentication #HOTP #TOTP

OpenBSD: OpenSSH Hardening Using Certificates

The OpenSSH daemon is targeted by brute-force attacks almost everyday. There are various ways to deal with the annoying attempts of unauthorised access, one of which is authentication based on certificates. Here are some thoughts to set this up in the realm of OpenBSD... [Read More]

#OpenBSD #security #sshd #OpenSSH #authentication #certificates #hardening

Transport Layer Security Hardening

An attempt to provide an up-to-date and secure list of cipher suites for Transport Layer Security (TLS)... [Read More]

#TLS #SSL #security #RSA #Diffie-Hellman #hardening

GrapheneOS: Building Process Prerequisites

An attempt to describe the whole process of compilation of GrapheneOS... [Read More]

#security #privacy #Android #GrapheneOS #AOSP

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