How to secure your SSH using two-step authentication on CentOS 6

There are several things you can do to secure and protect your SSH. One of them is to use Google Authenticator and create a two-factor authentication on your CentOS VPS. Google Authenticator gives you an extra layer of security by generating time based one-time passwords (TOTP) on your smartphone that you must enter along with [ ]The post How to secure your SSH using two-step authentication on CentOS 6 appeared first on RoseHosting.com Linux Hosting Blog
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