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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 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. The most important file is probably jail.local, which contains the declaration of your jails.
  • 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 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)
  • Bug #1428420: Fail2Ban restart failed Reported on 2015-03-05 All blueprints Latest blueprints. Domain Database backups ... Easy Hosting Control Panel for Ubuntu does not have any download files registered with Launchpad. Announcements ehcp ver 0.30.6 released on ...
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  • ufw 0.34 features before and after hooks, route rules (ie, manage FORWARD chain (NAT not supported yet)), systemd service example, igmp and gre protocol support, updated translations, improved documentation and many bug fixes.
  • JackTheStripper has 12 active branches owned by 2 people. There were 0 commits in the last month. Bazaar branches. Branches with status: Name Status Last Modified Last Commit; lp:jackthestripper ... Corrección warnings fail2ban. 1 → 12 of 12 results First ...
  • issue in ssh login " connect to host port 22: No route to host"
  • 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.
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  • Author: Matt Bruzek Revision Date: 2014-11-24 15:34:54 UTC Added maxretries to the ssh section in template, updated the metadata with the security tag, synchronized charm helpers.
  • Charles Butler 2015-04-01 Update tests to reflect the order dependency exhibited in bug #14 Charles Butler 2015-04-01 Scope the charm deploys to series/service pointing at the store. plan for success Charles Butler 2015-04-01 Correct the relationship sequence for the README if deploying by hand. Charles Butler 2015-04-01 V0.0.5 from github
  • I hope to have servers arrive this week which I can use to build prototypes of my production setup, where I can test hardening configurations. But I don't know where to begin. All I can think of is fail2ban, and I don't think that would apply in this case. What can people tell me that would help me get a handle on this issue? Thanks in advance ...
  • The OpenStack customer-facing portal is called Horizon and is based on Django. It's intended to be tailored and play nicely with ...
  • Author: José Antonio Rey Revision Date: 2014-03-26 04:05:09 UTC Changed README to for CharmWorld to read it correctly, added icon and categories, fixed bug on metadata.yaml and 80-line wrapping on README and made website-relation-changed executable
  • At the moment --pidfile is still used in some scripts in contrib/puppet/. I don't use puppet, please check if there are possible side effects.
  • 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.
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  • 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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