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Email addressbdupree at techfinesse.com
First Active2007-11-16
Last Active2009-12-07
SShutout Log File Monitor 1.0.6
Posted Dec 7, 2009
Authored by Bil DuPree | Site techfinesse.com

sshutout is a daemon that periodically monitors log files, looking for multiple failed login attempts via the Secure Shell daemon. The daemon is meant to mitigate what are commonly known as "dictionary attacks," i.e. scripted brute force attacks that use lists of user IDs and passwords to effect unauthorized intrusions. The sshutout daemon blunts such attacks by creating firewall rules to block individual offenders from accessing the system. These rules are created when an attack signature is detected, and after a configurable expiry interval has elapsed, the rules are deleted.

Changes: This release fixes improper calls to open(). It increases the size of the line buffer used to read the configuration file. This allows for longer whitelists. It detects "UNKNOWN USER" signatures.
tags | shell, encryption
SHA-256 | 9e98e0c218cb5a93c55b93a21d9b95ab53d7eca9f240abe58905dd6f332e0a67
sshutout-1.0.5.tar.gz
Posted Dec 31, 2007
Authored by Bil DuPree | Site techfinesse.com

sshutout is a daemon that periodically monitors log files, looking for multiple failed login attempts via the Secure Shell daemon. The daemon is meant to mitigate what are commonly known as "dictionary attacks," i.e. scripted brute force attacks that use lists of user IDs and passwords to effect unauthorized intrusions. The sshutout daemon blunts such attacks by creating firewall rules to block individual offenders from accessing the system. These rules are created when an attack signature is detected, and after a configurable expiry interval has elapsed, the rules are deleted.

tags | shell, encryption
SHA-256 | 567e214628c24ac9db457b67151c215930f9790be908b3898d905e68a6e579c9
sshutout-1.0.4.tar.gz
Posted Nov 16, 2007
Authored by Bil DuPree | Site techfinesse.com

sshutout is a daemon that periodically monitors log files, looking for multiple failed login attempts via the Secure Shell daemon. The daemon is meant to mitigate what are commonly known as "dictionary attacks," i.e. scripted brute force attacks that use lists of user IDs and passwords to effect unauthorized intrusions. The sshutout daemon blunts such attacks by creating firewall rules to block individual offenders from accessing the system. These rules are created when an attack signature is detected, and after a configurable expiry interval has elapsed, the rules are deleted.

tags | shell, encryption
SHA-256 | 246877651e6ded3a85f1a0d91ec894828570c202c8de25ff66b1be65d0fda400
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