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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Configuring squid to block brute force attacks

    Thanks SeijiSensei, I will check that.
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Configuring squid to block brute force attacks

    Thanks SeninjiSensei for your response!

    So, a good option is to make 3389 a private port then log every attack on IPTABLES, and use fail2ban to read logs and block the attacker, right?
    If I...
  3. [SOLVED] Configuring squid to block brute force attacks

    Hello there,

    Lately I detected several RDP brute force attacks to my proxy server.
    I was wondering how can I configure squid to drop a packet and block the sender (adding him to a blacklist)...
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