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accepted Conflicts with PAM configuration files when upgrading system
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comment Conflicts with PAM configuration files when upgrading system
@kasperd See my answer for the workaround I settled with.
Apr
21
answered Conflicts with PAM configuration files when upgrading system
Apr
20
comment Conflicts with PAM configuration files when upgrading system
@kasperd I saw that in the manual, but the files in /usr/share/pam-configs have drastically different syntax from /etc/pam.d/common-* ones. I have no knowledge of PAM internals so I don't know how to "translate" these files into the etc ones.
Apr
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comment Conflicts with PAM configuration files when upgrading system
The thing is, I assume pam-auth-update has to get its new configuration from somewhere; where is it?
Apr
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comment Conflicts with PAM configuration files when upgrading system
I thought about this solution but I don't want to change the PAM configuration before reviewing changes; I'm looking for a mean to inspect the changes without changing the behavior of the system.
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asked Conflicts with PAM configuration files when upgrading system
Jan
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comment How to detect SMTP AUTH attempts in Fail2Ban?
Thanks @BillThor I did as you suggested (filtering on connect from unknown) and I can detect the AUTH attempt as I wanted. However, do you have an idea why even with an IP banned by iptables, Postfix reports AUTH attempt anyway? Thanks again.
Jan
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comment How to detect SMTP AUTH attempts in Fail2Ban?
@BillThor What do you mean by "They may no longer be trying"? I tried using Telnet, and I have a behavior similar to the output in the verbose log.
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asked How to detect SMTP AUTH attempts in Fail2Ban?
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accepted How can I configure Cyrus IMAP to submit a default realm to SASL?
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comment How can I configure Cyrus IMAP to submit a default realm to SASL?
Humm, so I guess my choice is to either switch to another IMAP implementation or require the domain name to be specified in the username... Thanks for the reply.
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