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Fail2ban fail.

Ok so in my previous post about fail2ban I mentioned that it banned all hacking attempts. However I noticed it is only banning Registration attempts and not calls sent directly to the incoming context. So I introduced the little script to ban any call going through the Incoming context. You . . .

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Asterisk Config for Fail2Ban

As promised in my previous Post [Fail2ban Installation for Debian/Ubuntu] here is the Asterisk Configuration how-to for Fail2Ban. Adding a Asterisk configuration file to Fail2Ban so that it can understand attacks against your Asterisk PBX. Create a new filter configuration for Asterisk: touch /etc/fail2ban/filter.d/asterisk.conf The contents of /etc/fail2ban/filter.d/asterisk.conf should be . . .

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Fail2ban Installation for Debian/Ubuntu

Fail2Ban is an application that monitors your log files for potential intrusion attacks and then blocks the IP address of would be attackers. In most cases administrators use it to limit the number of login attempts that are allowed against SSH within a period of time, this can make it . . .

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