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Jun
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comment How can I prevent denyhosts from adding the same host to the denied file over and over
I currently have denyhosts configured to write all denied hosts to /etc/hosts.deniedssh, and my /etc/hosts.allow uses that file in a rule to deny access to all hosts in that file. Denyhosts for whatever reason keeps adding the same for hosts to hosts.deniedssh
Jun
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comment How can I prevent denyhosts from adding the same host to the denied file over and over
Well denyhosts is adding them to a list for tcpwrappers, would should block them. The question is why does it keep adding them to that list over and over?
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comment How do I get apache to startup at bootime on Linux
Thanks for the answer it got me pointed in the right direction. I summarized what I did below.
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comment How do I get apache to startup at bootime on Linux
Thanks for the answer it got me pointed in the right direction. I summarized what I did below.
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comment Preventing brute force attacks against ssh?
I wouldn't mind changing the port all that much, but I have learned that most firewalls (other than my own) tend to lock down all ports other than the common ones (80,22, 443, etc). If I am behind those firewalls I cannot get to my home server on that nonstandard port. For me that is a no go.
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