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Is there any conflict between DirectAdmin Brute force monitor and LFD?

any help appreciated.


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Out of the box, all BFM does is log the ips which are attacking you.

From this log you can ban the ips as you wish. In my case I am using CSF+LFD+BFM. So everytime BFM notices an unauthorized attack CSF bans the ip.


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