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re: Analyzing the Attacks on my Website VIEW POST


Blocking IP addresses of attackers is a lost battle. It's incredibly easy for attackers to get a different IP...

I wrote (in 2016) an article with 3 simple tricks (that don't require installing any other app, like fail2ban) that have been working great for me to stop tentative brute force attacks: TL;DR: use SSH keys, rate-limit connections to port 22 (using iptables), and/or change the SSH default port.

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