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Wed Mar 13 13:13:30 UTC 2013
Yeah, I run it. It works.
The only problem I have with it is that I have a script to use rsync to backup some directories on a virtual machine to a local machine. Every time that happens, denyhosts adds the virtual machine to the hosts.deny list on the local machine. I don't get it. So, after every remote backup, I have to delete the remote machine from the file. It's not that big a deal, and it's easier to manually modify hosts.deny than it is to find where the problem is...
I have to say, though, that simply moving the ssh port away from 22 took care of 99.99% of the scripted attacks that I was getting. I've had one or two since then, but they followed an honest-to-god port scan. I'd disable password authentication if it were practical for my user's habits, but I tried it with a couple of road warriors and it just didn't fly.
Have you tried to invoke it by failing your login multiple times?
On Tue, 12 Mar 2013, Marvin Kosmal wrote:
> Is anyone running Denyhosts?
> I have it installed.. It says it is running but, nothing is happening..
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