Blocking SSH access based on bad logins?
jkikpole at cairodurham.org
Tue Aug 25 13:16:37 UTC 2015
I've noticed a number of SSH login attempts for the username "admin"
on my FreeBSD systems. None of them have a username of "admin". So I
was wondering if there was a way (even via a port) to tell the system,
"If an IP tries to login as 'admin', block that IP."
I'm already using SSHGuard to block certain obvious attempts to break
in. I'm fine with altering its configs or adding/switching to a new
Cairo-Durham Central School District
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