[Freeswitch-users] Brute-force attack
ocset at the800group.com
Thu Jun 14 14:35:24 MSD 2012
If you are looking for a fail2ban equivalent on Windows, how about this
I have not tried it but it may be a good starting point for something to
use with Freeswitch
On 14/06/12 17:55, jay binks wrote:
> Hey ..
> On 14 June 2012 16:16, Peter Olsson <peter.olsson at visionutveckling.se
> <mailto:peter.olsson at visionutveckling.se>> wrote:
> Anyway, for this kind of setup I would also prefer Linux, but
> mostly for the possibilites with fail2ban etc, which doesn't exist
> on Windows. I'm thinking of writiling something similar for
> Windows, hopefully I get som time for that soon...
> if you do get round to writing something like this let me know. ( not
> that I even have a windows box )
> but when I wrote the patches for FS to do the Fail2Ban compatible
> logging, I created ESL Events also
> with the intention that we could do a FS module "mod_security" or
> something ( no time given to the name )
> it would be fairly simple to move some of the fail2ban functionality
> into such a module that could either call out to simple scripts or
> insert firewall rules its self.
> I have some ideas here, and I would probably be interested in working
> on this with others.
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