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Re: Dos attack on SSH



Tanweer Noor wrote:
use /etc/hosts.allow option for ssh and for Apache check your httpd.conf
file for options.

fail2ban.

	mark

~Tanweer

On Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 10:13 PM, Raj Har <raj4list gmail com> wrote:

Hello all,
              i want stop DOS attack(like limited IP address or limited
users can access my ssh server {for users i know allowusers option}) on SSH
service by ssh configure file not by iptables.
Is there any option in ssh please update me.

I need same thing in apache web server i want limited users can access my
website.

Thanks
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