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    Deny ssh access for certain users in Linux

    Updated 5 June 2014

    As we all know that opening ssh for all users is not good foe security reasons.

    So to deny ssh access for certain users we have to

    Just edit sshd_config located under /etc/ssh/  (location can be different depending upon version of linux )

    Add the line

    DenyUsers username1 username2

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    save and exit

    then restart the service

    # /etc/init.d/sshd restart


    Now the users username1 and username2 will be denied.


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