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Linux SSH servers are a favorite target among cyber attackers due to their ability to provide remote command-line access. This ability positions them as essential conduits for controlling and managing server operations.

As a result, this remote access makes them prized entry points for malicious actors looking to exploit or compromise critical services. 

Server administrators can run updates, apply patches, and use fewer standard ports to deter attackers, but how can they determine if they are at risk or have been hacked?

Learn how to check if your Linux server has been hacked and signs of malicious activity to be on the lookout for.