Category Archives: Raspberry PI

Hardening your PI: SSHD protection

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Steps to take to protect an internet-facing Raspberry PI (or other Debian) from brute-force SSH logins from subnets Note: Fail2ban 0.10.2 on 2020/12/22 Install firewall ufw and log analyzer fail2ban:

(PiOS Buster: the sshd jail is enabled by default via /etc/fail2ban/jail.d/defaults-debian.conf) Copy /etc/fail2ban/jail.conf to /etc/fail2ban/jail.local. This is the config… Read more »

Setting up a static IP address or Wifi on Raspberry PI 2 B

Setting up a static IP address or Wifi on Raspberry PI 2 B

Eth0 static IP address configuration On the latest version of Raspbian (in my case, Raspbian GNU/Linux 8), you should not use /etc/network/interfaces to set up your networks. All configuration has been offloaded to the dhcpcd client. For a static IP address on the eth0 interface, you’ll need to edit file /etc/dhcpcd.conf For… Read more »