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So I'm running Debian on a raspberry and use it as a media/file server (with two attached HDD). Every morning, i'm sent a logwatch summary, showing any activity during the previous day. This morning, there was a LOT of activity that I did not recognize and wasn't sure if my system had been compromised. I'm talking there was 381 unrecognized sshd attempts. Here is a portion from the Logwatch email for IP's that I don't recognize. --------------------- SSHD Begin ------------------------ Couldn't resolve these IPs: 184-75-212-146.amanah.com [184.75.212.146]: 3 Time(s) 184-75-212-154.amanah.com [184.75.212.154]: 4 Time(s) 184-75-212-194.amanah.com [184.75.212.194]: 9 Time(s) 184-75-212-2.amanah.com [184.75.212.2]: 2 Time(s) 184-75-212-202.amanah.com [184.75.212.202]: 10 Time(s) gecker.agencyology.net [162.219.179.104]: 3 Time(s) kant.agencypad.net [162.219.179.117]: 2 Time(s) mouth.agencyology.net [162.219.179.103]: 3 Time(s) nagano.agencypad.net [162.219.179.123]: 4 Time(s) thejob.agencypad.net [162.219.179.116]: 6 Time(s) vodka.agencypad.net [162.219.179.110]: 2 Time(s) zbox.agencypad.net [162.219.179.111]: 4 Time(s) Users logging in through sshd: pi: 184.75.212.202 (184-75-212-202.amanah.com): 10 times 184.75.212.194 (184-75-212-194.amanah.com): 9 times 162.253.129.122: 8 times 184.75.221.58 (184-75-221-58.amanah.com): 8 times 162.253.128.50: 7 times 162.253.128.178: 7 times 184.75.213.114 (184-75-213-114.amanah.com): 7 times 162.219.176.26: 6 times Running Last resulted the following. I didn't see any users logging in during the suspected breach (7/20) reboot system boot 3.12.20+ Mon Jul 21 07:52 - 08:24 (00:32) pi pts/0 192.168.1.7 Mon Jul 21 07:44 - down (00:07) pi pts/0 192.168.1.7 Mon Jul 21 07:36 - 07:44 (00:07) pi pts/2 192.168.1.7 Sat Jul 19 15:42 - 15:42 (00:00) pi pts/1 192.168.1.7 Sat Jul 19 15:42 - 15:42 (00:00) pi pts/1 192.168.1.7 Sat Jul 19 00:21 - 02:41 (02:20) So, it looks like no users actually logged in on the 20th, or am I reading this wrong? Did anyone actually get access to the server? If they were attempting to login using Pi, which i've used to successfully login to the system, would they even show up in the last results? What other steps should I take to verify if anyone actually logged into the server? submitted by salzgablah [link] [5 comments]

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I have an old-ish machine running Ubuntu that is connected to my TV. We use it for everything from streaming TV shows, to playing emulated games, to doing any other various scheduled tasks on the local network. I'm considering putting a big ol' HDD in there and using rsync to keep regular backups of each of our computers. I'm pretty security minded, so of course I'd set up the firewalls of the gateway, server, and clients appropriately, so that nobody outside the LAN could abuse the rsync server. Is there any reason this would be a bad idea? submitted by crwcomposer [link] [comment]

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Both companies are pretty much dystopian corporations trying to take over the world ;) Both (aside from PR) do not care about privacy or their users actually. Yet, both bring some good and useful products and I'm wondering, from a Linux user point of view, which ecosystem is worth using (web services, cloud, anything else), if any? What do You think? submitted by gutigen [link] [2 comments]

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