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Old 04-20-2011, 12:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Fail2ban,stop brute force attacks


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In my previous article i've show you Knockd, i've received soem comments regarding the fact that this is NOT at all a good way to secure your server. Well, in my opinion knockd itís a layer of security, perhaps thin but still can save you from some brute force script and so it adds a bit of security to your solution, in this article iíll show you fail2ban that add another layer of security to our network services.

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