Bans IP addresses that make too many authentication failures

Fail2ban scans log files like /var/log/messages and bans IP addresses
that makes too many password failures. It updates firewall rules to
reject the IP address, can send e-mails, or set host.deny entries.
These rules can be defined by the user. Fail2Ban can read multiple log
files such as sshd or Apache web server ones.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed
f2b-restart.conf 0000000163 163 Bytes almost 7 years
fail2ban-0.10.4-env-script-interpreter.patch 0000000604 604 Bytes about 1 year
fail2ban-0.11.2.tar.gz 0000559552 546 KB about 2 months
fail2ban-0.11.2.tar.gz.asc 0000000488 488 Bytes about 2 months
fail2ban-disable-iptables-w-option.patch 0000000855 855 Bytes over 5 years
fail2ban-opensuse-locations.patch 0000001304 1.27 KB about 2 months
fail2ban-opensuse-service-sfw.patch 0000000750 750 Bytes over 1 year
fail2ban-opensuse-service.patch 0000001352 1.32 KB about 1 month
fail2ban-rpmlintrc 0000000146 146 Bytes over 5 years
fail2ban.changes 0000069588 68 KB about 1 month
fail2ban.logrotate 0000000232 232 Bytes almost 7 years
fail2ban.spec 0000010886 10.6 KB about 2 months
fail2ban.sysconfig 0000000200 200 Bytes about 10 years
fail2ban.tmpfiles 0000000031 31 Bytes over 7 years
paths-opensuse.conf 0000000975 975 Bytes almost 5 years
sfw-fail2ban.conf 0000000217 217 Bytes almost 7 years
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