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By defining ACLs and using them in Squid options, you can tailor your Web site with the kind of security you want. See 18 for a more detailed discussion of Squid.
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Although a firewall can protect a network from attempts to break in to it from the outside, the problem of securing legitimate communications to the network from outside sources still exists. A particular problem is one of users who want to connect to your network remotely. Such connections could be monitored, and information such as passwords and user IDs used when the user logs into your network could be copied and used later to break in. One solution is to use SSH for remote logins and other kinds of remote connections such as FTP transfers. SSH encrypts any communications between the remote user and a system on your network. SSH was originally designed to replace remote access operations, such as rlogin, rcp, and telnet (see 18) as well as FTP. The ssh-clients package contains corresponding SSH clients to replace these applications. With slogin or ssh, you can log in from a remote host to execute commands and run applications, much as you can with rlogin and rsh. With scp, you can copy files between the remote host and a network host, just as with rcp. With sftp you can transfer FTP files secured by encryption. Unlike PGP, SSH uses public key encryption for the authentication process only. Once authenticated, participants agree on a common cipher to use to encrypt transmission. Authentication will verify the identity of the participants. Each user who intends to use SSH to access a remote account first needs to create the public and private keys along with a passphrase to use for the authentication process. A user then sends his or her public key to the remote account they want to access and installs the public key on that account. When the user attempts to access the remote account, that account can then use the user's public key to authenticate that the user is who he or she claims to be. The process assumes that the remote account has set up its own SSH private and public key. For the user to access the remote account, he or she will have know the remote account's SSH passphrase. SSH is often used in situations where a user has two or more accounts located on different systems and wants to be able to securely access them from each other. In that case the user already has access to each account and can install SSH on each, giving each its own private and public keys along with their passphrases.
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You create a SSH public and private keys and select a passphrase, with the ssh-keygen command. The ssh-keygen command prompts you for a passphrase, which it will use as a kind of password to protect your private key. The passphrase should be several words long. The ssh-keygen command generates the public key and places it in your .ssh/identity.pub file; it places the private key in the .ssh/identity file. If you need to change your passphrase, you can do so with the ssh-keygen command and the -p option. Each user will have his or her own SSH configuration directory, called .ssh, located in their own home directory. The public and private keys, as well as SSH configuration files, are placed here. Note The .ssh/identity file name is used in SSH version 1, still distributed by default in Red Hat 7.2. SSH version 2 uses a different file name, .ssh/id_dsa. The authorized keys file is also slightly different, .ssh/authorized_keys2. A public key is used to identify a user and its host. You use the public key on a remote system to allow that user access. The public key is placed in the remote user account's .ssh/authorized_keys file. Recall that the public key is held in the .ssh/identity.pub file. If a user wants to log in remotely from a local account to an account on a remote system, he or she would first place their public key in the .ssh/authorized_keys file in the account on the remote system they wants to access. If the user larisa on turtle.mytrek.com wants to access the aleina account on rabbit.mytrek.com, larisa's public key from /home/larisa/.ssh/identity.pub first must be placed in aleina's authorized_keys file, /home/aleina/.ssh/authorized_keys. With ssh, you can log in from a local site to a remote host on your network and then send commands to be executed on that host. ssh is also capable of supporting X Window System connections. This feature is automatically enabled if you make an ssh connection from an X Window System environment, such as Gnome or KDE. A connection is set up for you between the local X server and the remote X server. The remote host sets up a dummy X server and sends any X Window System data through it to your local system to be processed by your own local X server. To log in with SSH, you enter the ssh command with the address of the remote host, followed by an -l option and the login name (username) of the remote account you are logging into. You will then be prompted for the remote account's SSH passphrase. The following example logs into the aleina user account on the rabbit.mytrek.com host:
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