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anti-bruteforcing daemon that works on connection attempts to services such as SSH

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The reason was the port. I changed into my jail.local, inside the section [sshd] the port port = ssh into port = 26522 And reloaded sudo /etc/init.d/fail2ban reload It worked immediately ! …
answered Mar 13 by realtebo
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I done a fresh new install of fail2ban on a Debian 9.8 I copied /etc/fail2ban/jail.conf as jail.local. And in my jail.local in added enabled=true under [ssh] Tailing fail2ban's log I can see what …
asked Mar 13 by realtebo
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>.*/phpmyadmin The problem is that It causes that fail2ban uses as ip the reverse lookup of www.domain.com when parsing the second kind of rows. Is there a more precise regexp for ip and not host name? …
asked Mar 14 by realtebo