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yeah I am running Linux servers and have a few different ways to check I/O's for R/W's and Net as well so I am not worried at this point just pissed lol

I really don't get why it is such a fun thing to do, I would never do it I mean even if I was mad at someone. It is just childish!


I have gotten the latency to my Gateway back down to 7ms from the 400ms is was at so I guess I can live with that but it sucks as Snort is just another slow down for page loading

and I pay for not seeing a loading icon lol, Biz lines are not cheep and 150mbps down 50mbps up on a biz line well look it up trust me I want my full speed back! Hell even noticed a small amount of

Lag on the MineCraft server yesterday before I got Snort back up and running
post #12 of 13
Actually funny you should mention about root ssh logins. I was just using my raspberry pi the other day and thought, what percentage of the users buying them to run these xbmc distros actually bother/care/know to change the root password. With all the new users to *nix distros you'd think these developers releasing raspbmc and the like would actually implement some common sense. Such as not enabling ssh/ftp with a default login for everyone. I can only imagine the mass scanning going on looking for pi's with default root passwords on them and ssh enabled.
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Originally Posted by nizda View Post

Actually funny you should mention about root ssh logins. I was just using my raspberry pi the other day and thought, what percentage of the users buying them to run these xbmc distros actually bother/care/know to change the root password. With all the new users to *nix distros you'd think these developers releasing raspbmc and the like would actually implement some common sense. Such as not enabling ssh/ftp with a default login for everyone. I can only imagine the mass scanning going on looking for pi's with default root passwords on them and ssh enabled.

While I don't have a Pi for my XBMC setups, I do have a few Linux devices and for the services I run on them, I run them under root. SSH access is allowed for root as well, lol. However, none of these devices are accessible over the internet, just on my LAN or through my Guacamole instance. Disallowing root logon is on my list of things to do, though. smile.gif

@OP, sorry I don't have anything to add. Anything I would think of has already been said.
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