Perhaps this is outside of the scope of what ApisCP should cover -
Include documentation on best securing root user access to the server that hosts the ApisCP install.
When logging in as root I noticed the little message that “there have been 84,000 failed login attempts since your last login”. I decided to disable root login access to the server as a temporary fix.
I would like to enable ssh-key login only for root, but allow other accounts password login. I am not sure if this is a possibility or not, yet - but I thought that it would be convenient if there were some “best practices” or guidelines in the documentation about securing the root user. I created another user account and added to sudo user group, however I encountered that I was unable to cd into some directories and so I’m not sure what to do from there.