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Blocking lists of IP addresses using the iptables recent module or ipset and make fail2ban use it.

Posted 04-21-2013 at 08:25 AM by unSpawn
Updated 04-21-2013 at 09:34 AM by unSpawn (//Suggest saving the current rule set)

To combat the common misconception that filling Netfilters filter table INPUT chain is still a valid choice, to show ease of use and for future reference I'll outline how to mass block IP(v4) addresses and how to integrate this in fail2ban.

*This web log post will not explain the fine print on ipset and iptables' {ipt,xt}_recent ('iptables -m recent --help'), nor will it tell you how to install anything, help you configure fail2ban, go into SysV vs BSD init scripts or application...
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Denyhosts vs Fail2ban aka tcp_wrappers vs iptables

Posted 07-22-2010 at 04:58 AM by unSpawn

At times denyhosts is being recommended over fail2ban. The common misconception being these applications are equal. They're not, OK in more than one way, but focusing on method of filtering denyhosts uses tcp_wrappers by default where Fail2ban uses iptables by default.

Using tcp_wrappers means a packet has to be delivered to that service. The serving application is responsible for reading /etc/hosts.{deny,allow} to determine itself if a connection is allowed or not. Requiring a network...
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