Re: denyhost

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On Sun, 2010-04-25 at 06:50 -0700, Craig White wrote:
> what? The only scenarios where you don't need something like denyhosts
> are where only publickey authentication is allowed (no passwords) or
> the
> system is not connected to the Internet and cannot be accessed by
> untrusted users.

You failed to comprehend what I wrote.

Put ALL: ALL in /etc/hosts.deny

Put the IP addresses (and services -- read man hosts.allow for the
syntax) that you need to access the box from into /etc/host.allow.

Done.

Again there is no need to run denyhosts on a computer that you access
only from specific outside IP addresses.

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