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Also visit your router firewall rules.
I use MikroTik routers, and deploy this strategy which seems to work well
You can also just block external attempts if you just access your Pi from your LAN.
On Wed, Feb 15, 2017 at 12:58 PM, John D Hays - K7VE <john@...>
A few observations:
- The latest Raspbian/Jesse/Debian 8 releases, upon which Compass is based do not turn on SSH by default, you have to enable it: sudo systemctl enable ssh ; sudo systemctl start ssh
- Since Compass is based on Raspbian-Jesse, you can use Raspbian resources for documentation and help.
- I usually use tightvnc or xrdp vs realvnc - be aware that hacker robots probe the well known ports for these applications
- Be sure you change/update all system and user passwords
- xrdp is accessible from Windows Remote Desktop clients (which are available for Windows, Android, MacOS, ...)