[Full-disclosure] SSH brute force blocking tool
simon at snosoft.com
Wed Dec 6 02:42:11 GMT 2006
You have experience in disarming land mines with a hammer while you are
Now that¹s a real man¹s job!
On 11/27/06 4:20 PM, "Brian Eaton" <eaton.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/27/06, J. Oquendo <sil at infiltrated.net> wrote:
>> There is no hocus pocus here. Look at /var/log/secure and fine the term
>> "error retrieving" and print the next line, 13th column. Then sort it and
>> print the unique entries into /tmp/hosts.deny. After you do this, compare
>> /tmp/hosts.deny with /etc/hosts.deny and put the differences not in
>> into /etc/hosts.deny
> Parsing malicious input with shell commands is like disarming land mines with
> a hammer.
> And doing it as root? That's like disarming land mines with a hammer while
> you're stark naked.
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