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comment Multiple Domain Authentication for app with One LDAP path
It would help if we knew what application it is.
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Dec
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comment OpenSSL handshake failure
makes sense, if I remember correctly I was actually heading down that path. We ended up migrating and updating the server though so I will never know if this would of fixed it.
Dec
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accepted OpenSSL handshake failure
Dec
19
comment Apache OpenSSL Loop
sorry, ip-lookup.net, it's reporting it wrong I guess.
Dec
19
comment Apache OpenSSL Loop
your right, that's strange... iplookup.net still reports it as Hong Kong though
Dec
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answered Apache OpenSSL Loop
Dec
18
revised Apache OpenSSL Loop
updated with critical info
Dec
18
comment Apache OpenSSL Loop
With only one, or the other enabled, there is no lockups. Could it be some sort of keep alive?
Dec
18
comment Apache OpenSSL Loop
Now I'm wondering if there is more to this, the apache jail doesn't do anything. However I created a permaban list following the instructions at looke.ch/wp/list-based-permanent-bans-with-fail2ban, however apache will effectively lockup after less then a minute with both the apache jail and permaban turned on.
Dec
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comment Apache OpenSSL Loop
I just had a brilliant flash of insight.. The IP that was triggering the loop is based out of Hong Kong, it's 1 digit off from the Azure host's IP so I didn't think much of it, I just turned on the apache jail in fail2ban.
Dec
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asked Apache OpenSSL Loop