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- Adrian Marsh (NNTP)
March 11, 2006, 8:03 pm
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I'm trying to figure out how, with Cygwins OpenSSH package running on XP
Home, I can configure OpenSSH, so that when someone connects and fails
to login > x number of times, that OpenSSH then ignores any attempt from
From reading around I've seen scripts for Linux to update iptables to do
the same thing, but I doubt its possible to have my firewall be updated
- so I'm looking for a way to have openssh itself "ignore" those IPs
that repeatedly try to access my system.
Re: OpenSSH,Cygwin and blocking multiple attempts
If Cygwin's sshd is built with tcpwrappers support (I don't know if it
is but you could probably build rebuild with it) then you can dump the
nuisance source addresses into hosts.deny.
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