Posts Tagged ssh security
I have several servers which run an assortment of http, svn, ssh, and ftp services. One of the largest annoyances are automated breaking scripts pounding my services. Recently, I have been looking into blacklist.py: a handy python script written by Reto Glauser, which monitors syslog-ng logs looking for possible break-in attempts. The script uses iptables to block future traffic from suspicious IP’s for a specified amount of time.
After I got the script setup and running I wanted a Gentoo init script that would automatically start the script on boot. After reading through some examples in my /etc/init.d/ directory I seem to have managed to cook up something that works: Read the rest of this entry »