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Re: targetted SSH bruteforce attacks
From: wahjava.ml () gmail com (Ashish SHUKLA)
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2010 23:08:22 +0530
Gary Baribault writes:
Both of these systems are within one /21 and get attacked
regularly. I run Denyhosts on them, and update the central server once
an hour with attacking IPs, and obviously also download the public
How about combining denyhosts with netfilter through its plugin mechanism ? In
addition to adding entry to hosts.deny file, you can also play with netfilter
and 'recent' extension.
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Re: targetted SSH bruteforce attacks Mr. MailingLists (Jun 17)
Re: targetted SSH bruteforce attacks Mark Byrne (Jun 17)
Re: targetted SSH bruteforce attacks Pavel Kankovsky (Jun 18)
Re: targetted SSH bruteforce attacks Ashish SHUKLA (Jun 18)
Re: targetted SSH bruteforce attacks Ryan Castellucci (Jun 23)
- Re: targetted SSH bruteforce attacks, (continued)