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Old 13th July 2006, 19:07
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Default How to ban failed SSH, FTP, POP3 and SMTP logins?

So, as title says I am interested in findig the best possible way to ban all of IP's from where failed logins originate for ssh, ftp, pop3 and smtp services.

I past few days few hackers from China are permanently trying to login in any/all of those services. My complaints to their network's hostmasteers were hopeless.

As I am still under attack 24h daily, I am open to all sugestions.

P.S. DenyHosts installed for SSH. Logcheck too.
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