Getting massive hits on this command:
Mon Jan 14 04:53:36 2008 [pid 22609] FTP command: Client "22.214.171.124", "USER Administrator"
Mon Jan 14 04:53:36 2008 [pid 22609] [Administrator] FTP response: Client "126.96.36.199", "530 Non-anonymous sessions must use encryption."
Recently moved to the stand alone and a random port. Should prevent a few...
Anything to prevent these brute force attacks?
I throttle the port connection but does nothing once someone is connected.
Doubt is these hurt me, just annoying, large log files, 15MB once. Definitely a good reason to have a separate file system for /var or email and truncate the log fails like I do