If you forgot the password of your Google account and you couldn’t find it on the “Find My Device” website, you can use your Google account information to reset it.
What does PermitRootLogin mean?
The sshd_config file contains a setting that determines whether or not you can use root to login remotely. If you set it to “yes”, root can login remotely.
What does ClientAliveCountMax mean?
The keep-alive packet in SSH is sent every 30 minutes by default. This means a host is considered active as long as it receives at least a keep-alive packet every 30 minutes.
What does PermitRootLogin without password mean?
PermitRootLogin without password means that the root user is allowed to log in to the system without providing a password. This is used to bypass sudo restrictions. This setting should only be used if you are sure that you can trust all users who have access to the system.
What is IgnoreRhosts?
IgnoreRhosts is an instruction that tells the ssh client to ignore host keys of a certain computer; you can use it to prevent your key from getting locked on a computer that you don’t control, without having to type in your key every time you connect.
What is MaxAuthTries?
A setting which determines how many tries a user can perform before their access is declined.
What is LoginGraceTime in SSH?
It’s the amount of time in seconds that a user has to login to a remote server.
What is prohibit-password?
Prohibit-password is a tool that helps organizations to enforce their password policies and also allows them to monitor user activity such as password creation and management.
How do I disable root login?
You can disable root login on Linux and Windows systems by editing the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file. Find the line that says “PermitRootLogin yes” and change it to “PermitRootLogin no”. Then restart the sshd service with the “sudo service sshd restart” command.
What does prohibit-password mean?
The phrase has been used to describe a password policy that disallows characters like!, $, %,?, &, \, or \\. This helps make passwords safer to use and less likely to be guessed.
What is X11DisplayOffset?
The X11 server has a configuration setting that is used to start the display on a certain position.
What is AuthorizedKeysCommand?
The AuthorizedKeysCommand will help you to manage the keys of the remote server. This may be useful for when you need to manage the access privileges for a remote server.
What is ClientAliveInterval?
Setting ClientAliveInterval determines how often the server sends a message to the client to check whether it is still alive. A client shouldn’t die unexpectedly.