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Re: could you help interpret my logs?



hi all,

does it exists a deamon wich may detect attacks and simply block the
connections from that ip during like a couple of hours ?

regards
mat


On Mon, 4 Oct 2004 00:48:00 +0100, James Wilkinson
<james westexe demon co uk> wrote:
> Randy Kelsoe wrote:
> > I also had an attempt last week that tried to login as root, admin,
> > test, and guest, then tried unsuccessfully to login as root 3,415 times.
> > I have the "PermitRootLogin no" set in my /etc/ssh/sshd_config  file, so
> > they should not be able to get in even if they do guess the root password.
> 
> Good advice. I like using the AllowGroups or AllowUsers directives so
> that only listed user accounts can log on. *All* the system accounts
> will be barred. (Not that any of them should have a valid password
> anyway, but there you go...)
> 
> James.
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