In this article we will make a setup that will allow to use Ledger Nano S to generate a pair of keys and use it to protect the SSH session to the LOC staking Raspberry Pi.
Let's harden the security of our staking Pi. Our goal is to keep the minimal number of open ports on the Pi and secure them.
Let's use the tiny, yet powerful Raspberry Pi 4b to recompile the LOC staking wallet with GUI!
The new Raspberry Pi 4b has arrived! Let's set it up for best performance for staking with the LOC staking wallet!
In this third article we continue the series about making secure the Pi for staking LOCs. We will increase the security level of SSH by adding 2FA to the session login.
This article is the second in a series that helps begin staking LOCs on the Raspberry Pi 3b+.
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