Raspberry Pi hardening is essential for securing your device against attacks.
Here are three essential Raspberry Pi hardening steps:
1. Disable SSH If You Don’t Need It
Disable SSH access to your Raspberry Pi using the following command:
Choose “Advanced Options” and then choose “No ssh”.
2. Change Your Password
Change your password to something secure. You can use the following command:
3. Update Raspbian
Update your Raspberry Pi’s operating system to the latest version available. This ensures that your device is up to date with security patches and bug fixes.
To update your Raspberry Pi, follow these instructions:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
In summary, hardening your device by following these steps will help you protect your Pi from attacks. Making these three basic steps a part of every Pi install you do will go a long way to giving you a safer, more dependable, and more private experience.