In this case, since its not serving any sort of critical need, I would
suggest against it. One way to maintain security it to prevent the
leakage of any information that might be used by an intruder to their
advantage. Also, taunting hackers never really seems to work out too
well.


Derek Frye wrote:
> I want to do this so I can print a message to persons/bots attempting
> automated ssh login. Maybe something like "Good luck getting in, this
> box runs OpenSSH".
>
>
>
> Chris Rapier wrote:
>> I'm curious as to why you'd want to do this. Not that there is never any
>> reasons to do this but I'm wondering why.

>
> Thanks,
> Derek Frye
>
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