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  • posted on 2005-09-16 by Sivan Greenberg, answered by Sivan Greenberg in gnome-panel package in Ubuntu
  • Fail2ban scans log files like /var/log/pwdfail or /var/log/apache/error_log and bans IP that makes too many password failures. It updates firewall rules to reject the IP address.
    Registered by Curtis Hovey on 2010-02-22
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  • fail2ban (0.9.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium * Fresh release to celebrate jessie release and upload to unstable * Moved python3-systemd to Recommends from Suggests given that systemd is the default init system now.
  • Changelog fail2ban (0.8.7-1) experimental; urgency=low * New upstream release: - inotify backend is supported (and the default if pyinotify is present).
  • Fail2ban is very effective at stopping the brute-force attacks now common to all Internet-connected hosts. We have found it reliable and functional without causing problems.
  • * Configuration: Jaunty, ufw (+gufw), fail2ban. Port 22 opened in ufw. * Problem: fail2ban does not block anything. Shouldn'y ufw put the accepted packets back in the netfilter queue for further processing ? (so that all other tools who rely on iptables/netfilter can continue to work)
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  • JackTheStripper has 12 active branches owned by 2 people. There were 0 commits in the last month.
  • CroLinX trunk series represents the current stable, and is recommended for new deployments.
  • Launchpad Id: jared-fernandez Email: Log in for email information. Member since: 2013-04-17
  • Continuing the troubleshooting, 1) I changed the eth1 netmask in /etc/network/ interfaces, to avoid such interface to pass in promiscuity mode when br100 goes up
  • Hi, problem solved. There was an issue in the configuration of two switches between cloudctrl01 and nova-compute. We have two DELL switches, but different model and o.s.
  • Changelog aide (0.14~rc3-1) experimental; urgency=low * NOT YET RELEASED [ Marc Haber ] * new upstream CVS snapshot * snprintf.c from rsync (more compatible license) * new summarize_changes option by Hannes von Haugwitz * more compatibility with recent autotools (thanks, Steve Grubb) * 31_aide_aptitude: add /var/lib/aptitude * aide-common.postinst: remove unneeded CONFDIR variable * clarify ...
  • Hi, I'm interested in learning more about how to implement a customer portal for an OpenStack installation, and would like to know specifically about how the customer portal is safe from would-be hackers when exposed in the wild.
  • Software Engineer passionate about using containers to build, and test software that solves real problems.
  • logwatch (7.4.3+git20161207-2) unstable; urgency=medium * Revert upstream's change of the declared mail charset. The declared mail charset in mails from Logwatch was recently changed from iso-8859-1 to utf-8.
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  • On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 3:22 PM, Matt Joyce <matt.joyce@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote: > Chris, > > Someone will probably denounce this email as heresy for using this > analogy, but so be it. > > Try to think of OpenStack as you would a motor vehicle's engine.
  • python3.7 (3.7.0-5) unstable; urgency=medium * Update to 20180820 from the 3.7 branch. * Avoid usage of distutils in the platform module.
  • Author: Charles Butler Revision Date: 2015-06-02 00:08:36 UTC Adds Ansible_Basic template to the charm generator - which omits a lot of the charm-helpers installation sync business, along with refactored hook code to
  • aide (0.16-4) unstable; urgency=medium * aide.wrapper: * introduce DBAGE * renumber wrapper errors to get rid of number clashes * refine wrapper man page * daily cron job: * clean up white space lines in different cases of output * give overview over aide results in figlet if installed * streamline indent to expantabs and tab 4.
  • Chris, Someone will probably denounce this email as heresy for using this analogy, but so be it. Try to think of OpenStack as you would a motor vehicle's engine.
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