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See how to Set Up Keys and Disable Password Login for ssh on your Raspberry Pi

February 2, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Password ScanAfter posting a recent blog about how Robert Hammond has built his own Raspberry Pi WordPress Server using the following guide Turning your raspberry pi into a WordPress Server and putting it on the internet.

You can see his live WordPress site at the following address being powered by a Raspberry Pi


I started to think on a better way to secure the Raspberry Pi running the WordPress server and having a look around the internet for ideas, I found an article from the guys over at raspi.tv about disabling the ssh password and using a set of public/private key’s which should stop a hacker from gaining access to your Raspberry Pi by guessing your password.

How to Set Up Keys and Disable Password Login for ssh on your Raspberry Pi


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