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Firewall Black List Breaches

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by 1douglask, Jan 25, 2008.

  1. 1douglask

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    I have 3 blogs on my server and I started placing spammers on the Plesk 8.2 firewall black list blocking them from access by any port. I have 2 IP's, and maybe more that I haven't spotted yet but just 2 for sure, that continue to get through attempting to post to my blogs. All of the others seem to have been blocked. I have tried listing the IP twice, I tried deleting these IP's, reactivating the firewall, reentering them and reactivating the firewall, I even rebooted the server. These same 2 IP's keep showing up on my logs? Can anyone tell me why? Better, how do I block them from access at all?
     
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    Hi

    from root ssh :

    iptables -I INPUT -s offending_ip -j DROP

    This, in case that they are fix ips.
    Maybe you enter them in rc.local so they stay out permamnently.
     
  3. 1douglask

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    First, I am hoping the trackback spammers are using fixed IP's at least for the most part.

    I talked to my host and he said this could be done BUT I would have to do it and that is not an option. So, the question still is how are these few getting through the Plesk firewall?
     
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