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Prevent brute force attacks with Brutelock


Brutelock is an open source program that actively monitors various system logs and immediately blocks malicious IPs trying to attack your server. Brutelock not only protects against ssh attacks but also other common systems such as ftp, pop and imap. It has an extendible rules format that allows you to monitor an unlimited number of other services by simply supplying the log file and a simple regex search pattern.
 read more | score:5500 | -falko, October 6, 2009
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