New to fail2ban.
I use samba on the same server as ssh.
I believe samba is locked down to the web.
But just in case is it possible for me to create a samba jail.
So illegal connections can be banned?
Fedora 8 server.
gpg id EB547226 Revoked Forgot Password :(
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Sorry for my late answer :(
> New to fail2ban.
> I use samba on the same server as ssh.
> I believe samba is locked down to the web.
> But just in case is it possible for me to create a samba jail.
> So illegal connections can be banned?
You will need to provide some log files to fail2ban. If Samba writes a
log message each time someone tries to access the web interface then it
should be possible to write a jail (if timestamp and IP address are
But you should make sure Swat (the Samba web interface) is not
accessible using a firewall. This would be definitely better.
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