||Linux 3.6.11+ armv6l
||Pi Rev. B
||Generic AMD A4-3400 APU Dual Core
18.104.22.168 was *unable* to successfully authenticate to any valid user.
Attack was mitigated at the firewall (DROP).
firstname.lastname@example.org was contacted about this event.
More for my records than anyone elses. Still someone may find some use for this information.
I started off by doing a standard network install of Debian Woody. After that I installed ssh and got to work.
Before doing anything else, I create a “poor man’s” disk mirror. This probably isn’t the best solution but it works for my needs. The first thing we need to do here is take a look at the current partition info:
venus:/# df | grep ^/dev
/dev/hde2 1999804 100580 1899224 6% /
/dev/hde1 999868 42036 957832 5% /boot
/dev/hde5 4000088 163476 3836612 5% /usr
/dev/hde6 999868 32840 967028 4% /tmp
/dev/hde7 4000088 37680 3962408 1% /home
/dev/hde8 16028688 198940 15829748 2% /var