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Re: Server Probing



I don't think i'd advise permanently blocking IP's - sometimes I nmap an IP just because I am interested to see what's running or whatever but wouldn't expect to be "banned" for doing this...


On 01/30/2013 06:56 PM, AMDPaulius Paulius wrote:
Yeah, even my small home server which is not advertised anywhere gets
scanned daily. They are always trying to brute force into FTP, or SSH. I
use iptables to block those IPs completely.

On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 1:46 AM, Florez, Nestor <NFlorez sdcwa org> wrote:

THANKS!!!

Né§t☼r


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Florez, Nestor wrote:
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I will take a look at fail2ban
You guys mentioned fail2ban, Does redhat has it available? Where?
epel.

         mark

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