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Ubuntu 10.04LTS Server under attack, random reboots UNTIL I blocked China

What could have been sent to my server to cause it to reboot? Details: I have a for-internal-use LAMP server running Ubuntu 10.04LTS (upgrade is scheduled for that nebulous "when I have time"). It ...
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TS_Block and Windows 2008

I am running a Windows 2008 Server and I have installed ts_block on it to help block RDP brute force attempts on the server. Question 1: What I wanted to know is there any benefit for me using ...
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Preventing logon type 2 and 3 attacks on VPS

Sorry if this was asked before, but I've looked at other questions and couldn't find a match. I've been getting a lot of Logon Type 2 and 3 attacks on my Win Server 2008 VPS (from different IPs). ...
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Block brute-force attack using lastb and iptables

Using linux lastb command, I found that my server is brute-force attacked from many different IPs around the world! I have developed an script to detect brute-force attackers by lastb and block them ...
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Rate limiting with UFW: setting limits

UFW's man page mentions that it can setup iptables rate limiting for me: ufw supports connection rate limiting, which is useful for protecting against brute-force login attacks. ufw ...
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Can I Use iptables rate limiting to temporarily block FTP server brute-force attempts?

This is along a similar line to other posts on brute-force attacks, but a bit more specific: We are able to enforce decent passwords, generally, and user name policy also avoids falling prey to what ...