The failregex should preferably be of a form like
^.*\[Note\] Access denied for user.*<HOST>.*\(using password: YES\)$
and note that...
I am currently testing all thinkable scenario´s (and a lot of them exist), since this particular issue with ModSecurity is not...
With respect to your post and the bugreport
note the following.
The bug is very likely to be more complex than the suggested solution...
It is possible to secure the webmail subdomain of a specific domain.
Just go to the domain in question and
1) Let´s Encrypt (click) >...
The service disruption has been resolved, Let´s Encrypt should be working fine now.
If you (still) encounter any problems, just...
The service disruption at Let´s Encrypt is resolved at this moment.
First, I have to be honest and state that I did not follow the thread completely.
In response to your (last) post, the following...
At this moment, there are some service disruptions that can affect the Let´s Encrypt certification process.
The above mentioned...
In reaction to the question
I can only state: it is not entirely clear "why".
I can mention that, at least in my experience,...
Some important remarks with respect to your last post:
1 - it is not needed to use the include directive, just place the blockips.conf...
Your last post consist of a number of explicit AND implicit remarks and questions.
With respect to
it is pretty safe to assume that...
It is quite hard "to bypass CloudFlare", so the "attacker" is probably doing something else that you do not take into account....
and I must say: no, OR, stated differently, yes, to some extent.
After all, for this action to work, one has to use
Separate names with a comma.