How to Edit SSH Login Message

each time I ssh login to my vps I see message like this:

This server has installed CyberPanel.
Log in https://xx.xx.xx.xx:8090

Current Server time : 2018-12-13 15:57:43.
Current Load average: 0.00, 0.01, 0.05
Current CPU usage : 1.40236%.
Current RAM usage : 247/991MB (24.92%).
Current Disk usage : 3/25GB (14%).
System uptime : 0 days, 0 hours, 30 minutes.

Enjoy your accelerated Internet by CyberPanel.

it might not be an important question but, how can I configure this message?

Did you find any solution? I do not want another user with ssh access to have this type of information, regards

You can normally change the SSH login message (on CentOS at least) by uncommmenting Banner in the sshd config file and then specifying a new file for it to display from…

I’d guess it still works with CyberPanel but haven’t tried it.

Edit /etc/ssh/sshd.config

Uncomment the line #Banner none

Change ‘none’ to a file path, e.g. /etc/banner

Create the file /etc/banner and put whatever message you want in it.

Again, I haven’t tried this with CyberPanel running but it works with CentOS normally.

It seems there are lots of ways to do startup messages in Linux. In my CyberPanel 2.0.3 running on Ubuntu 20.04 on Azure, the CyberPanel-specific messages seem to come from