This may not be the correct forum for this, but I do use Tomato, so here it goes: I'm curious why admin access over the internet isn't safe. A little background: I have a network hard drive that serves my wife's home business website. Port 80 is forwarded to that. I like to check the router status from work as well as use WOL command to turn on my home computer. I then use Remote Desktop to access it. So, my only open ports are 80, 3389, & the port of router access. Since my ip is dynamic and I use dyndns.com, I can't use https. So, to gain access, wouldn't someone have to correctly guess my access port, then figure out my password to gain access? Why is ssh safer? If they figured out my password they could still get in? Thanks for the help, and pardon my ignorance.