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How to Use Port Knocking To Secure SSH Service in Linux

Port Knocking is a nifty technique of controlling access to a port by only allowing legitimate users access to the service running on a server. It works in such a way that when the right sequence of connection attempts is made, the firewall gladly opens the port that was closed.

Originally published at How to Use Port Knocking To Secure SSH Service in Linux