had an incident last night which required my coming back to work in the middle of the night. Wasn't 'too' upset, I live close, and I was awake...
Currently, I do not forward port 7071, or ssh through my firewall.
Everything I did at the console last night was done via ssh on the LAN.
Q: If I were to pass ssh through the firewall, do administer the Zimbra server, what would be the most secure way to do so?
I initially thought about building a linux box, with one user account, hideously long and complex password, and then passing ssh from the outside in to this box, rather than ssh to the zimbra server itself. Then I could ssh from that box to zimbra...
But then it dawned on me, if someone were to get into the "ssh box", they would have access to the LAN anyway, so would there be any benefit to that scenario?
Feedback / suggestions / comments / observations greatly appreciated!
BTW: Talk slow please, rather new to *nix