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comment Custom fail2ban Filter for phpMyadmin bruteforce attempts
I believe they're the latter
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comment Custom fail2ban Filter for phpMyadmin bruteforce attempts
@mgorven I've update my question with a comprehensive overview of what I changed
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comment Setting up fail2ban to ban failed phpMyAdmin login attempts
Thanks for your answer! I have solved my problem in a different way.
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comment Setting up fail2ban to ban failed phpMyAdmin login attempts
Thanks for your answer! I have solved my problem in a different way.
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answered Setting up fail2ban to ban failed phpMyAdmin login attempts
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comment Setting up fail2ban to ban failed phpMyAdmin login attempts
Thanks for the answer. I agree that your suggestion is likely the most secure, but I'm not in a position where I can implement this right now. I'm interested in finding if there there is a way for me to use fail2ban to block bad access attempts to phpMyAdmin without modifying phpMyAdmin too much.
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